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Quick Facts

Steamboat

Advanced Terrain: 31%
Average Annual Snowfall: 330 Inches
Base Elevation: 6,900 Feet (2150.9 Meters)
Beginner Terrain: 13%
Double Chairs: 6
Fixed Quad Chairs: 1
Gondolas: 1
Half Pipe: Yes
High-speed Quads: 4
Intermediate Terrain: 50%
Number Of Lifts: 20
Number Of Runs: 141
Skiable Acres: 2,939 Acres
Snowboard Park: Yes
Snowmaking Acres: 438 Acres
Summit Elevation: 10,568 Feet (3294.3 Meters)
Surface Lifts: 2
Triple Chairs: 6
Vertical Rise: 3,668 Feet (1143.4 Meters)




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General Description

Steamboat Ski Area and Mountain Village in evening glow
Copyright: - Steamboat Ski and Resort Corporation
Steamboat Ski Area and Mountain Village in evening glow
This is one of the most inviting ski mountains to be found, with almost 3,000 skiable acres making it the second largest in the region. Steamboat's Hugh mountain offers every level of terrain from wide-open moguls to powder and trees. Steamboat is famous worldwide for its "Champagne Powder" that collects between the tall aspen and evergreens, creating tree skiing that is legendary. Anyone who has been to Steamboat can tell you what the locals have been saying for years: The snow is simply better here. It's lighter, softer and there's a lot more of it.

At the end of the day you will enjoy small-town hospitality, friendly service and affordable, yet distinctive, restaurants for every taste. The town of Steamboat Springs is over hundred years old and is one of Colorado's authentic old western towns. It is still a small ranching community that serves as a constant reminder that the Old West is alive and well. It's a town that welcomes vacationers with open arms and enough small town charm to keep you smiling even after you leave. This Western tradition continues to set Steamboat apart from every other ski resort.

For more information call Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association at 970-879-0880 or Steamboat Resort at 970-879-6111. For reservations call 800-922-2722.

Directions from Denver: Take I-70 west through the Eisenhower Tunnel to the Silverthorne exit, then go north on Colorado Highway 9 to Kremmling, then west on US 40 to Steamboat Springs. Steamboat is 157 miles northwest of Denver.Steamboat is easily accessible by non-stop air service from major cities nationwide.

Seasonal Information:
Normal Ski Season: Late November through Mid-April .



Fee Information
Type Price Remarks
Daily Adult Lift Ticket Call for Current Fee Multi-day and off-peak season
Daily Youth Lift Ticket (12 & under) Call for Current Fee Multi-day and off-peak season
Daily Senior Lift Ticket (65-69 yrs.) Call for Current Fee
Seniors (70 & over) Call for Current Fee



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Number of People Encountered: 0-10 ppl
Recommend to a Friend: Highly
Report: Number 1 place to ski in my book.



Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Downhill Skiing
Yes
ICON Snowboarding
Yes



Related Activities
Howelsen - Howelsen Hill Ski Area is the oldest ski area in continuous use in Colorado. It is a small but very affordable ski area in Steamboat Springs offering night skiing and a halfpipe.



More Information

Links to other sites:
Steamboat Ski Area - Official web site

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