Skiing & Snowboarding in Steamboat Springs
Steamboat is known as Ski Town USA ® for a reason! The epic Steamboat Ski Area, Howelsen Hill (home of Steamboat Olympians) and plenty of backcountry skiing are all within 10 minutes of Steamboat Springs. Wyndham Vacation Rentals prides itself in providing the best for our guests. Enjoy the deals on lift tickets along with discounted ski rentals to ensure you receive the best experience.
The Winter 2014/2015 season at Steamboat Ski Resort has concluded. We will post Winter 2015/2016 season dates and lift ticket prices when they become available. The Steamboat Gondola's summer lift service begins June 12, 2015, including uplift to the new Steamboat Bike Park.
Areas in Steamboat To Ski and Snowboard
Steamboat Ski Area
The Steamboat Ski Area, with 2,965 acres of terrain, is known for its diverse ski conditions with soft rolling runs for beginners to excellent expert terrain, incredible powder skiing and it's legendary tree skiing. Champagne Powder® is a term coined by Steamboat for the weightless, soft, airy snow that loves to come down thick in Steamboat. It really is hard to find that kind of snow anywhere else!
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- Steamboat Trail Maps & Videos
- Steamboat Ski School
- Steamboat Kids Ski Free
Howelsen Hill in downtown Steamboat was Steamboat's first ski hill and the oldest ski area in continuous use in Colorado. It is now the infamous training grounds of 64 Steamboat Olympians, and future olympians with the Steamboat Winter Sports Club. Howelsen is small but mighty with a double chair lift, poma lift, magic carpet and boardwalk. Don't forget about the cross-country skiing and night skiing! Learn more about Howelsen Hill's pricing, operation times and more.
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