Golf:

The Sheraton Steamboat Resort Golf Course development began in the summer of 1972. By the summer of 1974, this Robert Trent Jones II designed course was ready for play, with Tom Watson as its PGA tour representative professional.
This renowned course is comprised of bentgrass greens, bluegrass and ryegrass fairways, trees and 72 bunkers. Water winds its way through seven holes with tree-lined conditions on most of the 18 holes. Due to our relatively low mountain elevation, you can count on 150 days of playing time each year, from mid-May to late October, with value golf packages available all season long.

Catamount Ranch & Club a Tom Weiskopf Signature Golf Course. "We started with a working ranch in a spectacular setting and created a course of uncommon distinction." - Tom Weiskopf
On the fairways and greens, you play in the presence of history - across alpine meadows, past a stonebuilt dairy barn, along Walton Creek under the watchful majesty of Steamboat´s great peaks. To play at Catamount Ranch & Club is to learn something entirely new about the heart of the game.
In his intricate design, Tom Weiskopf took exceptional care to map out every detail in the course at Catamount Ranch & Club. Every hole has a story, dramatic and compelling. The 14th hole runs along Walton Creek, offering stunning vistas through old stands of Douglas fir. The 17th hole crowns a ridge with an 80-foot drop, looking away over the Flat Tops Wilderness Area. As you play through meadows, hayfields, rock formations, groves of aspen, brush oak and cottonwood, you feel the presence of extraordinary natural grandeur.



Haymaker Golf Course Haymaker is an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Keith Foster, and features a full practice facility, pro shop and the Haybale Bar & Grill.
Haymaker is located three miles east of Steamboat Springs, Colorado at the junction of U.S. Highway 40 and State Highway 131.


 

Skiing:



Steamboat Ski and Resort Corporation is one of the biggest ski mountains in North America is better then ever! 141 trails make Steamboat the 2nd largest mountain in Colorado with 3,668 ft. vertical and 2,939 acres of terrain.

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's primary mission "is to provide an opportunity for young athletes to become successful individuals and achieve their personal goals through participation in winter sports". That we have been successful in transmission of this achievement process is proven not only through our list of US Ski Team and Olympic Team members, but also through the thousands of SSWSC alumni who are now achievers and creators in all aspects of life. We have enjoyed being recognized as USSA Club of the Year 1999 and continue to earn the title of Ski Town USA.

Steamboat Powder Cats provides a welcome alternative to the traditional ski resort experience. We offer untracked powder conditions, snow cat transportation and a full service environment that allow our guests to indulge in their powder skiing and snowboarding fantasies.
Located just north of the Steamboat Ski Area in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, our exclusive U.S. Forest Service permit area receives over 600 inches of the lightest Champagne Powder in North America every year. Two luxury snow cats provide transportation for 24 guests per day in our 10,000 acre ski terrain. Our runs cater to guests of intermediate and expert ability, whether they seek the adrenaline charge of a steep tree run, or the serenity of a peaceful descent through one of our open bowls.



Steamboat Ski Touring Center What better way to spend the winter than cross country skiing on 30 kilometers of groomed trails winding through aspens and along beautiful Fish Creek! Our trails welcome all ability levels, novice to advanced, and are groomed for both classic, skate skiing and snowshoeing.

 


Howelsen Hill SKi Area holds a unique place in the history of skiing. It has sent more skiers to international competition than any other area in North America. Howelsen boasts a remarkable heritage. It is the oldest ski area in continuous use in Colorado, and has the largest and most complete natural ski jumping complex in North America. Howelsen has been the training ground for 47 Olympians, 15 members of the Colorado Ski Hall of Fame & six members of the National Ski Hall of fame.


Local Attractions:

Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation The Steamboat group of mineral waters is one of the largest and most varied in the world. In each spring in Steamboat, the water contains alkaline, saline alkaline, iron, lithia, sulphur, and magnesium in all combinations. Whether fact or myth, many people testify to the healing qualities of the hot baths. Whether they heal your reg or your soul, bathing in the springs is truly an experience to enjoy.
These springs have been enjoyed in one form or another for over 100 years. It is known that the Ute Indians who first settled the Yampa Valley gathered around the Springs. In the early 1900s, there was always a bath-house with pools for people to enjoy. The last 20 years have seen the most change with a fitness center added and many additions to the locker-rooms, waterslide, and kiddie pool.



Strings In The Mountains Festival Of Music was launched in 1988 in order to foster an appreciation for fine music, present diverse programming with a focus on chamber music, and stimulate the cultural, educational and economic environment of Colorado's Yampa Valley. It is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, nationally recognized as one of the foremost music festivals in the country.



 

Tread of Pioneers Museum is open daily, year-round, 11 am-5 pm Located at the corner of Eighth and Oak, the house dates to the early 1900s and contains fabulous displays of the early pioneers' lifestyle. The historical ski collection is equally fascinating and this year will feature the 100 Years of Steamboat Springs Exhibit in honor of centennial celebration of the incorporation of Steamboat Springs. Guided walking tours of downtown Steamboat available Wednesday mornings at 9:30, running July 12 through August 23. Summer 2000 brown-bag lecture series will take place on Fridays. Admission fee. (970)879-2214.

 

Biking: 

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When you think of riding in Steamboat Springs, what comes to mind first?
Going big with a downhill rig? Epic rides on your crosscountry rig? Flying on a road bike? How about just an easy pedal around town on a comfy cruiser?


 

Hiking:


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It's such a simple activity to do that lots of people forget all about day hiking. They hang out on the porch watching the day go by and wonder why there is nothing to do. Nothing to do? Come On! Take a hike!

The local list of great trails is extensive. Not sure about Where To Hike? How about Fish Creek Falls, Spring Creek, Emerald Mountain, Sarvis Creek, Mount Werner, Mad Creek, Silver Creek, Rabbit Ears Pass, Buffalo Pass.... Nothing to do? No where to go? Are you sure?



Steamboat Weather:

Steamboat Weather is dedicated to providing you up to the minute, reliable weather data and forecasting tools for the Steamboat Springs, CO area. Our weather station is located on the top of the Celebrity Resorts building, and updates our data every 5 minutes.


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