Steamboat Ski Resort Steamboat Springs
Where is it at?
Steamboat Ski Resort
2305 Mount Werner Circle
Tel: 970 879 6111
Where are we going today?
Steamboat Ski Resort
Skiing and snowboarding lessons and open routes are available, with lessons beginning at first graders. Trail terrain covers 14% green runs (beginner), 42% blue (intermediate) and 44% black (advanced).
The terrain and pipe park offers opportunity to develop some tricks and further skills on low walls, rails and more including some perfect for beginners, with an outdoor sound system too.
Additional snow sports include snow tubing available for kids over 42", serviced by magic carpet lift.
The mountain gondola will appeal to all ages providing a scenic tour up the mountain.
Snow mobiles are also available if you're taking teenagers.
Summer activities include hiking, mountain biking, alpine slide, kayaking, horseback riding, rock climbing and more besides.
How much does it cost?
- AdultsElements are priced individually.
When can we go?
Daily opening, individual elements have varying operating schedules.
There are several eatery options available..
Any Top Tips?
Children must ride in their own tube, no kids on laps are permitted while tubing..
Can I get one of those?
Relevant equipment and apparel stores available and more..
What people are saying?
by maria santander
Total family oriented, resourceful and beautiful setting, would go back anytime I can wait ahahah!!!
by Kathryn Brod
Thanks so much, Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp, for providing a stellar experience on the mountain. This year's experience topped all others (and they've been great!). The new dining venue (and upticked food choices), the spirit of the staff serving on the mountain, and, of course 30+ inches of snow in 3 days all combined to create a truly excellent experience. Our ski instructor was, simply, the best! Thanks for the great memories.
by Dee Marcotte
I want everyone to know that the guys behind the grill at Thunderhead Lodge really ROCK!!! They were so courteous and made me a special Gluten Free lunch, even though I was complaining.
by Jack Rosenthal
Great ski area with poor management. Their "Christie Express Peak" was a disaster. Christie III has a far faster average ride time than the 6-Pack with all of its mechanical and stopping issues, but they never run Christie III unless it's crowded.
I could go on about the Zoo they call a "Base Area" but that's a whole other problem.
by Marciano Siniscalchi
A sadly too short 4-day trip. The snow is amazing, living up to the considerable hype. Great variety of runs. We stayed at the Sheraton, which is not a luxury resort by any means, but it's ski in, ski out, which rocks.