A stroll through downtown Steamboat offers visitors a charmingly diverse mix of local boutiques and shops, art galleries, spas, museums and more than 30 restaurants, from contemporary fine dining to casual tavern fare, gourmet Mexican or modern eclectic options for the sophisticated palate.
Howelsen Hill, a short walk from downtown, is the oldest ski complex in Colorado and the home of Steamboat’s extensive recreational center. Watch Olympic ski jump hopefuls train on Howelsen Hill, ice skate at the Olympic-sized ice arena, cross-country ski, bike or hike on miles of trails, even flyfish downtown on the Yampa. All within easy walking distance.
Steamboat’s arts scene blooms in the summer with diverse musical presentations by Strings in the Mountains and Emerald City Opera, wine festivals, art shows, dance and literary festivals, seminars and more.
We guarantee you won’t be bored. Ever.