Top 15. Best Tourist Attractions in Steamboat Springs, Colorado
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Top 15. Best Tourist Attractions in Steamboat Springs, Colorado: Fish Creek Falls, Steamboat Ski Resort, Yampa River Botanic Park, Strawberry Park Hot Springs, Steamboat Gondola, Yampa River Core Trail, Howelsen Ice Arena, The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs, Old Town Hot Springs, Routt National Forest, Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area, Mount Werner, Howelsen Ski Area, Rotary Park Boardwalk
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List of Best Things to do in Steamboat Springs, Colorado (CO)
Fish Creek Falls
Yampa River Botanic Park
Howelsen Ice Complex
Yampa River Core Trail
Steamboat Ski Resort
Tread of Pioneers Museum
Strawberry Park Hot Springs
Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area
Routt National Forest
Places to see in ( Steamboat Springs - USA )
Places to see in ( Steamboat Springs - USA )
Steamboat Springs is a city in northern Colorado’s Yampa Valley. It’s home to the Howelsen Hill ski area and the Steamboat ski resort. The latter has 6 peaks including Mount Werner. The city’s geothermal hot springs are said to have therapeutic properties. Near the city center, the long-standing Old Town Hot Springs is equipped with swimming and soaking pools, plus water slides.
Steamboat Springs is typically 3-4 hr away from Denver by car in good winter conditions. If heavy snow, there are a couple of passes (including Rabbit Ears Pass) which become much more difficult and slow going. The most direct route from Denver to Steamboat is I-70 west to Silverthorne. From there, take Highway 9 North to Kremmling where you meet up with US 40. Then drive west on US 40 over Rabbit Ears pass to Steamboat. With no traffic or snow, the drive can be as quick as 2.5 hr.
The Local Airport is only 22 miles from Steamboat (Yampa Valley Regional Airport (HDN) in Hayden, CO). Many major airlines, including Continental, American and Delta, provide direct service from hubs and major cities during the winter, It is only a 30 min flight from Denver on United.
The City of Steamboat Springs provides free municipal bus service year round. Buses arrive approximately every 10 min in the winter and every 20 minutes in the summer. The Steamboat Springs Transit stops along every major route with service from downtown to the mountain condos and ski area.
Alpine Taxi is Steamboat's taxi Service. They provide in-town taxis as well as shuttle service to and from the Yampa Valley Regional Airport (Hayden) and the Denver International Airport. Storm Mountain Express also offers shuttle service to and from Hayden. Steamboat420 offers a free Dispensary Shuttle service. They have pick-up locations in Steamboat Springs, providing free roundtrip rides to a local cannabis dispensary.
The Town of Steamboat Springs is essentially separated into several areas. One is the mountain area (known simply as the mountain or the base area) surrounding the base of the Steamboat Ski Area on Mt. Werner, where there are multiple shops as well as dining and nightlife. The area also includes many hotels, condominiums and rental homes. The area is relatively easy to navigate on foot, but driving can be more difficult.
The other major area is downtown, around 4 miles from the Ski Area. Downtown Steamboat is located along Lincoln Avenue (US 40) and stretches 8-10 blocks between Third Street and Eleventh Street. This is the historic area of town. Shopping, dining and nightlife are here as well. Most of Steamboat's better restaurants are located downtown, and the area is much easier to navigate in a car than the mountain area. Parking on Lincoln Avenue is limited, but there are several parking lots on the numbered side streets.
West Steamboat is west of downtown and houses more locally-oriented businesses (like hardware stores, mechanics, and specialty shops).
Steamboat is long known for its legendary Champagne Powder snow, western heritage, and Olympic Tradition which gives Steamboat the name of Ski Town USA. Steamboat is also known for its reputation as a breeding ground for US Winter Olympic Athletes, who often participate in the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club that practices and trains athletes on Howelsen Hill. Howelsen Hill is Steamboat's second, smaller ski area, and is located near the downtown area. Howelsen Hill is the oldest continuous operating ski area in Colorado. Tickets here are much cheaper than at the Steamboat Ski Area, but terrain is also much smaller and includes one lift that operates on weekends, a pomma, a halfpipe, and several runs.
Notable Steamboat sites:
Fish Creek Falls Waterfall located in the town of Steamboat Springs. These falls are also pictured on the label of Coors Beer.
Routt National Forest
Flat Top Mountains
Continental Divide Trail
Steamboat Lake State Park
Stagecoach State Park
Strawberry Park Hot Springs Natural hot springs just outside of Steamboat.
Yampa River Core Trail A beautiful paved trail that follows the Yampa River through downtown Steamboat Springs.
Howelsen Hill The oldest continuous operating ski area in Colorado.
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Steamboat Summer Activities
From days filled with biking and tubing on the Yampa River to nights at the rodeo and Strings Music Pavilion.
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Dinosaur National Monument | Remains of the only REAL dragons
Dinosaurs once roamed in the Dinosaur National Monument area of Utah and Colorado. Their fantastic remains are still visible - embedded in the rocks.
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ABOUT DINOSAUR NATIONAL MONUMENT
Dinosaur National Monument is what the dreams of geologists, paleontologists and children are made of! Dinosaurs everywhere. Dinosaur National Monument takes its name from a remarkable deposit of fossil bones of crocodiles, turtles and 10 species of dinosaurs from 150 million years ago. Long ago, dynamic forces pushed and tilted layers of rock upward. Later, erosion exposed the layers as colorful ridges and revealed remnants of ancient ecosystems including now-extinct animals that inhabited landscapes quite different from what you see in the photos. Because of its uniqueness, this is a not to be missed national park.
Today, the mountains, desert and untamed rivers flowing in deep canyons, support an array of life. Petroglyphs hint at earlier cultures. Later, homesteaders and outlaws found refuge here. Whether your passion is science, adventure, history or scenery, Dinosaur National Monument offers much to explore.
Most people come to see dinosaur fossils and there are 1,500 visible bones of these amazing creatures still encased in the rock at the Dinosaur Quarry Exhibit Hall. But there is more to see here beyond the amazing fossils. Go whitewater rafting and star gazing.
Explore mountains and canyons. Watch wildlife and photograph wildflowers. Contemplate historic cabins and Fremont rock art. Dinosaur offers countless opportunities for discovery!
Dinosaur National Monument is spread over 210,000 acres along the Colorado and Utah border. Each part of the monument offers different experiences and things to see.
If you want to see Dinosaur Fossils, the Utah side of the monument is where you will want to go. Utah State Highway 149 takes visitors into the monument and to the Quarry Visitor Center. Depending on the season, you may either drive to the Dinosaur Quarry Exhibit Hall or in summer, a shuttle bus will take you.
If you desire is to see some of the spectacular canyon country scenery, the Colorado side is the place for you. The Harpers Corner Road is a 32 mile scenic drive that includes overlooks of the Yampa and Green rivers. The short Harpers Corner Trail at the road's end is a must to get the most dramatic views. For those with a high clearance vehicle, the drive to Echo Park will take you into the depths of the river canyons.
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The Glenwood Springs Colorado 115th. Annual Strawberry Days Parade, 2012. Taken on the west side of Grand Avenue across from Sayre Park. Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601.
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Arkansas River Overnight Rafting Trips
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River Runners Arkansas River overnight trips combine the best of Colorado Rafting with a complete catered riverside camping experience.
After the hustle bustle of paddling all day, let your professional river guides do all the work.
Simply relax and enjoy the river.
Play riverside games and enjoy friends and family.
No technology or gadgetry for a while, just you and the simplicity of nature.
So go ahead, take a few days and experience Colorado whitewater rafting through an Overnight whitewater rafting trip with River Runners this summer.
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Multi-Day Moab Rafting Trip - Escape On The Colorado River in Moab Utah
Moab Rafting on the Colorado River:
Escape amidst Moab’s magnificent red rock canyon walls and soaring stone towers on a legendary Colorado River raft trip. Experience the cooling splashes from the rapids in Utah’s hot desert and serene stretches with time to swim. Nature’s playground will provide much needed rejuvenation. Share a relaxing day of breathtaking scenery as you experience mild Colorado River rafting through the world famous Castle Valley and Fisher Towers. Our guides will point out the fascinating geology and stories of local history as you explore the most picturesque Utah river trip. Convenient to Canyonlands and Arches, you can experience and sample in just a half or full day trip.
Families and groups looking for the best two and three day mild river rafting trips will find it here on the mighty Colorado River. With plenty of time to swim, play on large sandy beaches, fish, hike and relax around the camp fire, you will surely leave this trip better bonded and with invaluable memories.
Moab Rafting Trip Highlights:
-The majestic Castle Valley and Fisher Towers
-Convenient to incredible recreation surrounding the area (Arches & Canyonlands)
-Unbelievable, picturesque scenery
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-Fun, splashy, mild rapids (and warm compared to our mountain rivers!)
-Rated “Utah’s Best Family Overnight Trip”
-Perfect for youth bonding trips and family/friend reunions
-Big sandy beaches for camp fun, and sleeping under the starry sky