Steamboat ski resort is located in a major ski area in the northwest of Colorado. It is considered to be a truly world-class ski resort that offers an all-around great experience. You can fly directly into Steamboat ski resort, via Denver international airport, or it’s about a 3hr drive. The village is located at 2,103m and the peak elevation takes you up to 3,224m providing skiers and boarders with an extraordinary 1,118m vertical drop.
Operating since the late 60s, Steamboat ski resort has long been known for its champagne powder with over 300 inches of champagne powder each year! The winter Olympic history and Western heritage make the ski resort one of the most memorable ski towns in Nth America.
Steamboat ski resort is well-known for being family friendly as families with beginners to experts can enjoy their ideal terrain, and kids 6-12 get to ski free with a grandparent or parent. For getting the legs in ski shape, the ski resort has plenty of beginner groomers. There are many well-groomed and exceptionally long trails to choose from for intermediate to advanced skiers and snowboarders.
The skiing area at Steamboat ski resort is accessible through each of the 12 lifts. The terrain is very well dispersed, allowing skiers and boarders of all levels to explore the beautiful mountains. The terrain breakdown is approximately 14% beginner trails, 42% intermediate and 44% for advanced skiers and snowboarders.
With 2,965 acres (1,200 hectares) of terrain and 165 named trails, Steamboat ski resort is one of the largest ski resorts in Colorado. The terrain is spread across six peaks, providing a variety of aspects. The whole resort is below the tree line so there are no alpine bowls or cornices and only a couple of chutes, but the tree skiing is rave worthy. Tree lined groomers and moguls make up the rest of the terrain, as well as an impressive terrain park and superpipe.
For the tree skiing, the visitors have provided Steamboat ski resort with a “Best Ski Resorts USA” award. You will just love the events like town challenge races, on and off mountain activities, and high-quality dining options. The ski resort was also voted #1 family resort in the west by SKI Magazine.
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