Explore Steamboat A to Z
Visitors and locals looking for river reports or what to do this summer can find all they need to know by tuning in to the Steamboat TV Morning Show, which resumes for the summer at 8 a.m. Friday.
Wondering what to do this winter in this fair hamlet of ours nestled at the base of Mt. Werner? Practice your alphabet while thumbing through the following A to Z activities.
Like a little more horsepower than local equines provide?
While you might have found yourself in a few yoga-like positions on the slopes over the winter, in the summer you can still work those kinks out at a variety of yoga and Pilates studios across town.
Entering its second season, Enduro-X riding comes full force to Steamboat this summer
Journey in the footsteps of the Yampatika Ute and Arapaho tribes in a walking tour of the city’s mineral springs downtown.
Looking to class up your evening on the town?
On a typical Steamboat morning, you can look out your window and see an unusual bit of color making its way across the sky.
Floating the town stretch of the Yampa River in an inner tube is one of the most popular summer pastimes in Steamboat Springs.
What’s a vacation without a little shopping?
The ongoing Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series will leave you with a desire to saddle up and grab a lasso.
All of Steamboat’s many hiking trails hold spectacular views.
For those looking to enjoy a nice day with a meal, Steamboat offers a variety of picnic sights for your basket and checkered blanket.
Swing by Olympian Hall on the second floor of Howelsen Lodge, where you can see photos touting Steamboat’s Olympic ties and flags depicting Olympic host countries where our athletes competed.
Smell the roses and take in other blooms at the Yampa River Botanic Park just east (upriver) of downtown along the Yampa River Core Trail.