Page 1

A C T I V I T I E S•L O D G I NG•O U T D O O R S • • D I NI NG S H O P P I NG S E R V I C E S • R E A LE S T A T EE V E NT SC A L E ND A R

G e t u p h e r e

Spr i ng201 7

S p r i n g t i m e i n t h e ‘ B o a t R o m a n t i c O u t i n g s P i c t u r e Y o u r s e l f

1 0

|S |7 5L o c a l s ’ T i p s k i i n g +B i k i n g +H i k i n g S u m m e r S p o r t s


If you’ve only seen the yellow signs, you’re missing the best part of the story. Yes, the yellow and black signs are iconic, but the real story is in the store. F.M. L ight & Sons has been outfittin’ the West since 1905. Five generations later, we are still family owned and operated, still in the same location, still welcoming customers in like family.

Come experience the tradition for yourself. Located at 830 L incoln Ave., downtown Steamboat Springs.

the original Steamboat shopping experience 830 Lincoln Avenue • Steamboat Springs • Colorado, 80487H999O(&'5O".,H (970) 879-1822


• Closest and most Convenient to steamboat • extensive trail system with lots of room to

play in open meadows

• 10,000 foot altitude... best powder around

• small Customized tours • 2 hour, 1/2 day and full day baCkCountry tours with lunCh

• sunset dinner tours • family-friendly tours for all ability levels

• easy online booking

D

iscover the magic of snowmobiling with Steamboat’s favorite snowmobile tour.

Our extensive trail system on Rabbit Ears Pass is a snowmobiler’s dream. When you glide over the “postcard” powder of our sheltered mountain meadows you’ll think you’re in heaven!

Rabbit Ears and Flat Tops Scenic Byway

970.879.6500 www.steamboatsnowmobile.com

Authorized permittee of the Routt National Forest • Equal Opportunity Service Provider


WELCOME TO STEAMBOAT SPRINGS Jeff Pterka and Miranda Shrock hike in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area. Photo by Noah Wetzel

Steamboat Springs is a magical place to visit year-round, with each season offering its own unique beauty,

activities and definition of fun. Springtime brings crisp, bluebird skies with warm afternoons, and nature shows hints of summer. Skiing in late March and early April often means wearing lightweight clothes, cruising down soft corduroy and enjoying après with friends in the sunshine. Due to the lower elevation in the Yampa Valley, fishing season starts earlier and lasts longer. Three local golf courses begin taking tee times as soon as the green grass allows, and early season hiking and biking opportunities expand daily. A spring day in Steamboat could include morning turns on the mountain followed by lunch on a patio at the base of the mountain or downtown, then off for a hike or road ride in the afternoon. Whitewater rafting and kayaking kick in as the spring runoff intensifies, and Fish Creek Falls puts on a display that is as photogenic as it is awe-inspiring. Get a glimpse of the action at the annual Yampa River Festival. The days grow longer and the temperatures stay cool, creating perfect conditions for the Steamboat Marathon, which boasts one of the most scenic courses in the country. We’d love to help you plan your visit to Steamboat, whether it’s a weekend getaway, corporate retreat, sports tournament, wedding or your family vacation. Please give us a call at 970-879-0880, visit us at SteamboatSummer.com or stop by our Visitor Center when you get to town. We look forward to seeing you! Kara Stoller Interim CEO and Marketing Director Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association

VG 2 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM


STEAMBOAT

FLYFISHER

STEAMBOA T ʼ S F L Y F I S H I N G E X PE R T S Exceptional Guides >>> Exceptional Ser vice

P R O U D L Y

O F F E R I N G

SIMMS • R.L. WINSTON • SAGE • HATCH • ABEL • REDINGTON • COSTA SMITH • SCIENTIFIC ANGLERS • TROUT HUNTER • HOWLER BROS • RIO

OWNED & OPERATED BY 3 TIME OLYMPIC MEDALIST JOHNNY SPILLANE STEAMBOATFLYFISHER.COM • 970.879.6552 WINTER HOURS: DAILY FROM 8:00 A.M. TO 6:00 P.M. ON THE CORNER OF 5TH & YAMPA • 35 5TH ST. UNIT 102


STEAMBOATSPRINGS.NET/SKI 970.879.8499 | 845 HOWELSEN PARKWAY ALPINE SKIING AND NORDIC CENTER LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN STEAMBOAT

STEAMBOAT10S.COM 970.879.8400 | 2500 PINE GROVE ROAD OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 7 DAYS A WEEK! LOCATED AT THE BASE OF MT. WERNER

DAILY PUBLIC SKATE BUMPER CARS ON ICE SKATE RENTALS INDOOR FACILITY HEATED LOBBY

STEAMBOATSPRINGS.NET/ICE 970.871.7033 | 285 HOWELSEN PARKWAY LOCATED IN DOWNTOWN STEAMBOAT SPRINGS NEXT TO THE RODEO GROUNDS


✸ S

VISIT UFOR

E ONLIN TIVITIES! C A R E SUMM

Spring 2017 published by Ski Town Media, Inc., in conjunction with the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association.

PUBLISHER Deborah Olsen EDITOR Suzi Mitchell SALES DIRECTOR Danielle Lyn Hubler ART DIRECTOR Melissa VanArsdale MAGAZINE DESIGN AND LAYOUT Picante Creative, Inc. COPY EDITOR/OFFICE MANAGER Dan Greeson BOOKKEEPING/PROOFREADER Sandy Lindsay Jacobs PROOFREADER Christina Freeman PHOTOGRAPHERS Aryeh Copa Ned Cremin Karen Desjardin Corey Kopischke Mike Lane Shannon Lukens Larry Pierce Jim Steinberg Karen Vail Noah Wetzel

All businesses listed in the directories contained within this guide are members of the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, which supplied the data for “Guides to Our Town.” These guides represent businesses that are touristrelated. For more information about these listings, please call 970-879-0880 or visit the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association at www.steamboatchamber.com. The Official Steamboat Springs Visitors’ Guide is published by Ski Town Media Inc., in conjunction with the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association. The summer edition will be published in June 2017. For advertising rates and subscription information write: Ski Town Media Inc., P.O. Box 880616, Steamboat Springs, CO 80488. Phone: 970-871-9413. Website: www.steamboatmagazine.com. No portion of the contents of this publication may be reproduced in any manner without the written permission of the publisher. © 2017 Ski Town Media Inc. All rights reserved. ISSN 2166-9252

www.saddlebackranch.net S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 5


[

Steamboat’s high-flying zipline adventure!

]

• 6 lines ranging from 600’-1300’ • UTV ride beTween line 5 and 6 along The old rabbiT ears Pass road • reserVaTions reqUired • Plan 2-3 hoUrs for yoUr adVenTUre! • PoTenTial To see bear, elk, deer and moose roaming The Valley

Take to the skies for an exhilarating, fun activity to be enjoyed with family and friends. Hidden away in a valley just minutes away from Steamboat Springs, our 6-segment zipline adventure awaits, with breathtaking views of the mountainous and valley terrain of the Yampa Valley and Flat Tops mountain range.

970.879.6500 • www.steamboatziplineadventures.com


ELEVATE

ROCKY MOUNTAIN REMEDIES lS Steamboat's first and finest medical and recreational marijuana dispensary and is a must­ stop while you are here in town. Enhance your appreciation of our panoramic mountaintop beauty with the best marijuana products available anywhere. Come on by.

+ Daily Specials + Best Prices In the Valley + Widest Selection of Edibles and Infused Products + Originators of the RemPen personal vaporizer - great deals everyday

GO TO WWW.ROCKYMOUNTAINREMEDIES.COM FOR UP-TO-DATE DAILY MENUS


Contents Corey Kopischke

18

Welcome Letter

2

Picture Yourself

10

Springtime on the Mountain

14

Party on the Mountain

16

Spring Fun on Snow

18

Ten Ways to be Romantic in the ‘Boat

24

Indoor Fun

26

Hot Springs

28

Spring skiing with Jami Demorest

Hit the Trail

30

Backcountry know-how with Kelly Bastone 22

Spring on Water

34

Biking tips with Brad Bingham

33

Summer Weekend Away

36

Summer fun with Emily Hines

38

Summer Sports

40

Finding wildflowers with Gayle Lehman

42

Calendar of Events

44

City Map

78

Reasons to Return

80

ABOUT THE COVER Olympian Justin Reiter bikes on the MGM trail at Emerald Mountain. Photograph by Noah Wetzel

VG 8 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Mike Lane

34 LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

LOCALS SHARE INSIDE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TOWN THEY LOVE 15

GUIDES TO OUR TOWN ACTIVITIES DINING LODGING OUTDOORS REAL ESTATE SERVICES WHERE TO WORSHIP SHOPPING

52 56 62 65 70 72 75 76


6 PM STEAMBOAT'SS NEWEST TRADITION 700 YAMPA AVE,

- AWARD OF E XC E L L E N C E

CARLSTAVERN com DOT

daily happy hour 4PM

reservations accepted

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS , COLORADO 80487 | PHONE: 970.761 .2060


PICTURE YOURSELF

Join Olympic bronze medalist Nelson Carmichael for a free bumps clinic at the Steamboat Ski Area. Meet on Sundays at 1 p.m. at Four Points. Check the grooming report for schedule. Larry Pierce

VG 10 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM


Jennie Brown paddles down the Yampa River in June.

Noah Wetzel

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 11


PICTURE YOURSELF

Karen Desjardin

A fly fisherman makes a cast in Mica Lake in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area of Northwest Colorado.

VG 12 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM


Jordan Edwards and Miranda Schrock hike the five-mile, out-and-back Rabbit Ears Peak trail.

Noah Wetzel S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 13


SPRINGTIME ON THE MOUNTAIN

GET TO KNOW THE MOUNTAIN Ski, snowboard or snowshoe with a Steamboat Ambassador on a daily-guided tour. Ski and snowboard tours start at 10:15 a.m. at the sign outside Thunderhead atop the gondola. The snowshoe tour starts at 10:30 a.m. from the base by the Information Center. Tours last approximately 1 ½ hours. A ski- or foot-traffic gondola ticket is required. www.steamboat.com / 970-871-5454 Ski with a naturalist from the Yampatika Education Program on a free interpretive tour. Cruise around and learn about the forest, mountain habitat and native plants. Meet at the top of Why Not, 1:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays until Thursday, March 23. www.yampatika.org / 970-871-9151

Allen Brandon soaks in the sun while carving turns on Moonlight Run.

VG 14 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

LEARN SOMETHING NEW Pick up tips for free and ski with past Olympians Billy Kidd or Nelson Carmichael. Meet Billy at 1 p.m. at the top of Why Not on any given day to ski down Heavenly Daze, or Nelson at Four Points at 1 p.m. on Sundays for his bump clinic. Check display boards at the top and bottom of gondola to see if either are skiing that day. Book a private or group lesson at the Steamboat Snowsports School, which offers instruction for all abilities. Younger skiers can check into the Kids Vacation Center, where programs mix on-snow activities with indoor play. www.steamboat.com / 970-879-6111

MAKE TRACKS ON A SNOW OR SKI BIKE Explore the mountain on a ski or snow bike. Sit in a saddle and use short skis to maneuver down every run. Riding is easy to pick up, but initial instruction is recommended. Bikes may be used all over the Steamboat Ski Area, with the exception of terrain parks, which are clearly marked. Rentals are available through the Steamboat Snowsports School or Powder Pursuits Shred Shop at the Steamboat Grand. www.steamboat.com / 970-879-6111 www.powderpursuits.com / 970-879-9086

Larry Pierce

Awaken early to ski fast groomers on untracked corduroy or corn snow, or wait until temperatures warm to ski soft bumps. Spring skiing is all about long sunny days on the mountain, carnivals and après ski.


SKI BENEATH THE STARS The day does not have to end, thanks to the incredible lighting technology that illuminates over 1,100 vertical feet of terrain after dark. Ride the Christie Peak Express high-speed chairlift to access five trails including Sitz, See Me / See Ya, Vogue, Stampede and Lil’ Rodeo. Thursdays-Mondays, 6-9 p.m. www.steamboat.com / 970-879-6111

ADAPTIVE RECREATIONAL SPORTS Skiers with disabilities ages five and up can take a lesson with qualified instructors at Steamboat STARS. Equipment is provided. Ski or ride and raise money for this incredible organization in the STARS Mountain Challenge on Saturday, March 4. www.steamboatstars.com / 970-870-1950

Noah Wetzel

WATCH A RACE Cheer on athletes from all over the nation as they compete at the Steamboat Ski Area. Freestyle Mogul/Aerial National Championships, Friday-Saturday, March 31-April 1.

Photographer Noah Wetzel set up a tripod to take a self-portrait on Bashor Bowl at the Steamboat Ski Area.

JAMI DEMOREST

Raised in Columbus, Ohio, Jami Demorest was lured into making Steamboat Springs home in 2001 by the town’s sense of community and friendly Western culture. He is a kids’ Alpine Instructor with the Steamboat Snowsports School. What is the biggest difference between skiing in winter versus the spring? Spring brings warm sunny days and cold temperatures at night, which sets the snow up with a firm surface for fast morning groomers. As the day warms up the snow gets pushed into piles we call “loud powder,” and makes perfect conditions for exploring variable terrain. Keep centered over your skis in any conditions.

What should you wear for spring skiing or snowboarding? Be protected for changing conditions. Light layers, breathable synthetics and natural fibers next to your skin plus a shell jacket and pants. No cotton.

Any tips for keeping little skiers happy on the slopes? Take time to acclimatize and get lots of regular sleep. A good balanced breakfast plus pre- and post-hydrating will keep them happy and active. Eating icicles to cool off is always fun.

Favorite photo stop on the mountain? I really like the action photo stop on Tomahawk below Baby Powder. If there’s a kid that doesn’t like Baby Powder, I haven’t met them yet.

Best place for après ski? Bear River Bar and Grill is great for families and groups. You can get good nachos and your favorite draft beer. For a rowdier local scene, it’s a short walk to the T-Bar or Steamboat BräuHaus.

Courtesy Lance O’Donnell

LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

Jami Demorest loves teaching kids to Alpine ski with the Steamboat Snowsports School.

Craziest costume you’ve ever seen someone wearing on the last day of the season? Contemporary costumes like Minions are fun, but seeing a gorilla skiing or riding makes me laugh out loud every time.

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 15


PARTY ON THE MOUNTAIN HAPPY HOUR After the last run of the day, unclip the skis or board, hang up the helmet and head to happy hour. Chow on a wood-fired pizza and sip suds at Slopeside Grill. Head next door to the TBar at Steamboat, where locals’ personal beer mugs hang from the ceiling.

Swing by Bear River Bar and Grill in Gondola Square and listen to live music every day. Sit by the outdoor fire on the patio at Truffle Pig and reward all the day’s hard work with cocktails and truffle fries.

Aryeh Copa

Chat over the best moments of the day in the comfort of the Base Club, which is open to visitors daily in Torian Plaza.

Earn points for costume, distance and crowd appreciation in the annual Splashdown pond skimming competition at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area. Sunday, April 16.

FUN FESTIVALS Linger on the mountain during holidays to watch torchlight parades and fireworks. Feel the love on Valentine’s Day (Tuesday, Feb. 14) and dress in green for St. Patrick’s Day (Friday, March 17). Each show begins after sunset. Accessorize with beads, watch the parade and chow down at the Cajun Crawfish Boil during Steamboat Mardi Gras. Boogie on at free concerts and join the party for an extra long weekend. Thursday-Tuesday, Feb. 23-28.

MOUNTAIN MUSIC Connect with fellow bluegrass enthusiasts and sample the best craft beers of the year at WinterWonderGrass. Now in its fifth year, the festival has found a new home in the mountains. ThursdaySunday, Feb. 23-26. Purchase tickets in advance. www.winterwondergrass.com

PARTY OUT THE SEASON Celebrate the sun and slush at the wild and wacky Springalicious festival as the season closes on the mountain.

VG 16 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

CARDBOARD CLASSIC Build a vessel using cardboard, glue, string, paint, duct tape and masking tape to race in one of the oldest traditions at the Steamboat Ski Area. Watch as Viking ships, flower-power cars, crayon boxes and even donuts come careering downhill steered by competitors towards the base of the ski area. Saturday, April 15.

SPLASHDOWN POND SKIMMING COMPETITION Brave the icy temperatures and compete, or watch from the sidelines at this annual spectacle. Entrants must generate speed to cross a frigid pond in the snow at the mountain’s base. Points are given for distance, outfit choice and crowd appreciation. Sunday, April 16.

CLOSING DAY Say goodbye to another winter spent cruising through powder and take to the slopes one last time. Expect to see crazy ensembles and plenty of smiles on the hill. Finish up at the base area for the final free concert. Sunday, April 16.


white water

Rafting

Men’s

apparel

Outdoor Gifts

fly

Fishing


SPRING FUN ON SNOW

Pete Kopischke gets his wheelie on, riding his fat bike at Lake Catamount Ranch and Club. Corey Kopischke

TUBING Fly down a snow-covered hill in an inner tube at Saddleback Ranch. A lift takes riders back to the top, which means less time spent hiking back up and more time to have fun. Dress in ski gear. Shuttle service to and from town is available. www.saddlebackranch.net / 970-879-3711

Designated trailheads begin at Steamboat Lake State Park Marina, the east side of Rabbit Ears Pass and the intersection of County Road 129 and Forest Service Road 550. The east side of Rabbit Ears Pass is designated for snowmobilers only. See Snowmobile Guides and Rentals, VG 55.

ICE DRIVING

NORDIC SKIING

Drivers of all skill levels will be challenged with three purpose-built ice- and snow-covered tracks. Sit behind the wheel of a Toyota while professional instructors guide you through emergency stops, elevation changes and tight bends. www.winterdrive.com / 800-949-7543

Steamboat Ski Touring Center Snowshoe, classic ski or skate ski on 15 kilometers of groomed cross-country trails that wind through picturesque aspen glades and along Fish Creek. Private and group lessons are available. The family-run facility offers rental gear, a shop and a cafe. www.steamboatnordiccenter.com / 970-879-8180

SNOWMOBILING Discover endless miles of magnificent backcountry terrain on a snowmobile. A guided tour is recommended for beginners; day trips and cabin stays are available. Those with their own sleds have 146 miles of groomed trails to explore in Routt County National Forest, Steamboat Lake State Park and along County Road 129. VG 18 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

HOWELSEN HILL Join past, present and future Olympians who train on over 21 kilometers of Nordic trails and 17 Alpine runs at the oldest running ski area west of the Mississippi. Warm up with a hot chocolate served in the rustic ski lodge at the base. www.steamboatsprings.net / 970-871-7084


CATAMOUNT RANCH AND CLUB Ride a fat bike, snowshoe, classic ski or skate ski on over 30 kilometers of easy to moderate rolling terrain. Equipment is available for rent. Dogs are welcome for an additional fee Monday through Thursday. www.catamountranchclub.com / 970-871-9300

HAYMAKER NORDIC CENTER Located in the heart of the Yampa Valley between Rabbit Ears Pass and Mount Werner, Haymaker offers eight kilometers of groomed trails. Rentals, lessons and lunch are all available. www.steamboatnordiccenter.com / 970-879-9444

Fifteen kilometers of groomed beginner and intermediate trails encircle the lake beneath a backdrop of the iconic Hahns Peak. The park is situated 26 miles from downtown Steamboat Springs, taking you through the Elk River Valley and past some of the area’s oldest ranches. www.parks.state.co.us / 970-879-3922

Suzi Mitchell

STEAMBOAT LAKE STATE PARK

Chuck and Ellie Mitchell enjoy an afternoon cross-country skiing while staying at one of two yurts available for rent at Pearl Lake.

FREE DELIVERY • IN-ROOM FITTING SLOPESIDE SERVICE • KIDS RENT FREE* EXCLUSIVE VALET IN ONE STEAMBOAT PLACE 970.870.3172 BLACKTIESKIS.COM

20% OFF!* blackout dates apply use coupon code BTIESKIS online or call and mention this ad

You choose the time and place with Black Tie Ski Rentals’ award-winning ski and snowboard delivery service!

ASPEN/SNOWMASS | BANFF | BIG SKY/MOONLIGHT BASIN | BRECKENRIDGE/KEYSTONE | CRESTED BUTTE | MAMMOTH | NORTH LAKE TAHOE SOUTH LAKE TAHOE | PARK CITY/DEER VALLEY | STEAMBOAT | SUN VALLEY | TELLURIDE | VAIL/BEAVER CREEK | WHISTLER | WINTER PARK S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 19


WE’RE DIGGIN’ DOWNTOWN A LITTLE MORE.

Sorry for the inconvenience, but when we’re finished you’ll dig it too.

Just like last year, all of your favorite stores and restaurants will be open, so come down and visit! We’ll also have our usual fun mix of events and activities. The map highlights some of the free public parking lots available downtown. Even though we’re still diggin’ downtown, you’ll dig it too. If you have questions, check out our website at www.steamboatsprings.net/downtown or call 970-871-7052.

12t h

P

col n

y kw en P

il) (Tra

P

Ho we ls

Oak

11t 10th h

Lin

Pin e

8th 9th P

pa

7th

5th 6th

Yam

We’ve made great progress on downtown projects during the past year and appreciate your support and patience. Starting this spring, we’ll continue with safety and streetscape improvements on Yampa Street with construction primarily occurring between 9th Street and Little Toots Park. Also in this area, a section of the Core Trail undergoes reconstruction. The end result will help showcase our community’s connection to the Yampa River. We’ll also continue forward with new sidewalks and curbs along Oak Street.

RODEO GROUNDS

P

P

Project Boundery


SPRING FUN ON SNOW

Glenn Little pauses on Hahns Peak.

RABBIT EARS PASS Long after the snow has melted on the Yampa Valley floor, there is still white stuff to be found on Rabbit Ears Pass. Head up early on a spring morning while the air temperature is still low and ski the crust. Or wait until the snow softens mid-morning as temperatures rise, and explore the plethora of tree-lined trails, wide-open vistas and panoramic viewpoints on skis or snowshoes. See VG 66 for a trail map.

HÅKAN MEMORIAL NORDIC FEST Dress like a Viking and take part in this family funfest to celebrate Steamboat’s Nordic heritage. Join the annual event, which supports local Nordic skiers and jumpers, at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center. Admission is by donation. www.steamboatnordiccenter.com / 970-879-8180

Compete as an individual or group in the ultimate winter challenge. Join locals in this annual event, which combines Alpine skiing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, biking and running. Each leg starts and ends at Howelsen Hill, concluding with a family-friendly lunch and party. Saturday, March 4. www.steamboatpentathlon.com / 970-879-4300

Ned Cremin

STEAMBOAT PENTATHLON

BCEdge_VisGuide201415_E2-PQ300_Layout 1 2/2/14 7:48 AM Page 1

Premier ski in ski out location – step out the door and into your skis. Unsurpassed views of the slopes, valley and surrounding mountains. Elegance and casual luxury, unrivaled amenities. BEAR CLAW CONDOMINIUMS – Slopeside luxury

Exclusive privacy, condominiums from studio to 4-bedroom. Impeccable service – a commitment that keeps guests returning year after year.

EDGEMONT CONDOMINIUMS – Elegance perfected

BREO, Inc. – the exclusive property manager of Bear Claw for over 30 years, and now the official manager of Edgemont.

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 21


LOCAL KNOWLEDGE KELLY BASTONE

Freelance writer Kelly Bastone is a self-confessed snow snob. She and husband, Ben Russell, made Steamboat Springs home in 2002, and imparted their love of powder to their daughter Simone, 6.

Hahns Peak, north of Steamboat Springs. It’s an exhilarating, scenic climb, and there are relatively safe, low-angle slopes that are super-fun. In the spring, I like Cameron Pass. We tend to overlook the Never Summer mountain range, because there’s so much that’s right around us. The higher elevations hold snow longer. Backcountry enthustiasts Kelly Bastone and daughter Simone prepare to snowshoe up to Broome Hut on Berthoud Pass.

VG 22 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Courtesy Kelly Bastone

Where is your favorite place to head for a day in the backcountry?


Do you have any advice regarding the best time of day to ski in the backcountry in spring when temperatures can vary? The best time of day depends on the aspect you plan to ski. If you go in the morning, look for east-facing slopes that get the sun early. West or north-angled aspects are generally better for evening turns.

Do you need to be a certain level of fitness? I don’t think so, but you have to really want to be there. I think everyone should be prepared to work a bit, but that’s precisely what makes it rewarding.

What equipment do you take with you? Along with the basics (climbing skins, avalanche beacon, shovel and probe), I always bring extra clothing, including a super warm puffy jacket and mitts. I like to pack a small thermos of hot tea or chicken noodle soup. It is absolutely the best recuperative.

Hot chocolate and marshmallows served with Honey Stinger chews or a waffle make the perfect backcountry snack.

Suzi Mitchell

If you are on cross-country skis, is there a special technique for skiing in deeper snow? With each stride, I like to make a sharp, strong up-step – which keeps your tips above the snow’s surface. It’s like marching, with high knees. It’s less work than trying to make your skis tunnel beneath the snow.

Can you offer any advice if you plan to take young children into the backcountry? Keep mileage short. Let each outing become

a game: play hide-and-seek, go sleuthing for animal tracks, or make a scavenger hunt that kids can complete while they ski. Games turn anything into an amusing adventure.

Where can you find the best scenery? Our mountains mostly sit below tree line, so I like to admire the close-up views: the bear-clawed aspen forests above Dry Lake Campground, the lichen that drapes off the high-Alpine conifers. I never get tired of gazing at our snow-hushed forests.

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 23


10 WAYS TO BE ROMANTIC IN THE ’BOAT 1. Spend the day together at a Steamboat Springs icon. Hike to the base of Fish Creek Falls, a 283-foot waterfall that pours out of the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area. After freezing in winter, the falls begin to melt in spring and cause a tremendous roar as the snowmelt-fueled waters come crashing down. Take snowshoes and continue up the trail beyond the base for miles of forested hiking. The trail is steep so there will be lots of opportunities for holding hands and scenic stops. Pack hot chocolate and a cookie or two.

2. Try something new or sharpen your skills and book a lesson together through the Steamboat Snowsports School. Pick up a snowboard trick, learn how to telemark ski or spend an afternoon skiing in the trees at the Steamboat Ski Area. Complete the day with happy hour at the Truffle Pig – sit by the outdoor fire, chat over cocktails and share a plate of their legendary truffle fries. www.steamboat.com / 970-879-6111

3. Awaken early, dress warmly, grab a thermos of hot coffee and a camera, then climb into the basket of a hot air balloon. Soar over the Yampa Valley in the stillness of the morning, and watch the city come to life below. Warm up afterwards with a late breakfast at Winona’s, where sharing oversized cinnamon rolls is a must. www.wildwestballooning.com / 970-879-7219

4. Feel the thrill of racing down a snowy slope together inside an inner tube at Saddleback Ranch. Opt for your own tubes and see how competitive you can be. Expect to find yourselves out of control with laughter. www.saddlebackranch.net / 970-879-3711

Noah Wetzel

5. Rent a fat bike and spend the afternoon

Brad Trotter finds a prime view to watch snowmelt-fueled waters cascade down the 283-foot Fish Creek Falls. VG 24 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

riding on marked trails across Emerald Mountain. Stop at the top as the sun starts to set for the best view in town of Mount Werner. Bikers are asked to stay out of ski tracks and avoid using trails if muddy.


6. Even guys who hate shopping don’t mind shopping for gear. Head downtown to Lincoln Avenue during the sidewalk sales and pick up a bargain or two each. Locally-run outfitters, sporting goods, fashion, home and boutique gift stores offer a wide variety of wares to keep both parties smiling. Reward yourselves afterwards with a margarita at Salt n’ Lime or the quintessential romantic dinner at Café Diva on the mountain.

7. After a day skiing at the Steamboat Ski Area, step in a gondola car and ride up together to Thunderhead Lodge for Sunset Happy Hour. Wrap up warmly and sit beneath a heat lamp on the outdoor deck where golden-tinged views span for miles. Come inside for some toe tapping fun and listen to the live band while sampling happy hour specials. www.steamboat.com / 970-879-6111

8. Spend time in North Routt exploring Steamboat Lake State Park on a guided two-hour snowmobile ride. Finish up with a three-course dinner while cozied up in a rustic lodge. www.hahnspeakroadhouse.com / 970-879-4404

9. Relax with a couples massage at a number of spas located downtown or on the mountain. Freshen up, then make your way to Low Country Kitchen for an early dinner before catching a stand-up comedy show or live jazz at the Chief Theater. See Live Music, VG 52. www.chieftheater.org / 970-871-4791

10. Spend an afternoon chasing each other on cross-country skis around the scenic trails at the Steamboat Touring Center. Revive tired muscles with a soak at the Strawberry Park Hot Springs. Get there as the sun goes down for skinny dipping or simply gazing at the stars. www.steamboatnordiccenter.com / 970-879-8180 www.strawberryhotsprings.com / 970-879-0342

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS VISITORS’ GUIDE | SPRING 2017 | VG 25


INDOOR FUN THE DEPOT Check out an art exhibition or join a creative class at the historic home of the Steamboat Springs Art Council. Located on 13th Street, the 1909 railroad station was converted into a gallery and performing arts studio and dubbed the Depot by locals. www.steamboatarts.org / 970-879-9008

TREAD OF PIONEERS MUSEUM Take a step back in time and visit an authentic 1908 Queen Anne-style home to experience life as an early settler. Send kids on a scavenger hunt in the museum that hosts a range of exhibits covering Steamboat’s ranching, mining and skiing history. Join the curator twice per month on a behind-the-scenes tour to view thousands of preserved items not on display. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Ask about guided and self-guided history tours of town, plus private group options. www.treadofpioneers.org / 970-879-2214

STEAMBOAT ART MUSEUM Set in the heart of downtown on Lincoln Avenue, the Steamboat Art Museum lures art enthusiasts from all over. The museum, which is housed in the historic First National Bank Building, exhibits works from some of the nation’s most respected artists. Collections focus on the culture and heritage of Northwest Colorado. Explore favorite works from artists who have displayed at SAM over the last decade during the 10th Anniversary Exhibit, which ends Saturday, April 8. Workshops, classes and events are offered all year long. Museum hours are Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Admission is free. www.steamboatartmuseum.org / 970-870-1755

BUD WERNER MEMORIAL LIBRARY Join locals in celebrating 50 years at the iconic Bud Werner Memorial Library, named after the man who put

Steamboat on the international ski map. A hive of activity beyond books, the library is a community hub for talks, classes, workshops, seminars and movie nights for all ages. Sit back in the café and watch the action on the Yampa River right outside the window or check out the impressive collection of titles. www.steamboatlibrary.org/events

SNOW BOWL Take the family for a fun night out, or step inside on a rainy day and fire the competitive spirit up with a game of bowling. www.snowbowl.net / 970-879-9840

HOWELSEN ICE ARENA Skate around the Olympic-sized rink or hop in a bumper car for some laughter-inducing fun. Join stick and puck sessions or watch local ice hockey teams battle it out on the ice. Rental gear is available. www.steamboatsprings.net / 970-879-0341

MOVIE THEATER Catch the latest releases at Wildhorse 6 Stadium Cinema in Wildhorse Plaza on the mountain. www.metrotheatres.com / 970-870-8222

CHIEF THEATER Catch a foreign film, stand-up comedy show or a production by local performers the Chief Players. This downtown gem is enjoyed by theater-goers and live music fans for its intimate setting. www.chieftheater.com / 970-871-4791

Local radio celebrity Brian Harvey and son Griffin take a spin in the bumper cars on ice at the Howelsen Ice Arena.

Shannon Lukens

VG 26 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM


Jack Sibbald and son Rowan cuddle up for their own story time on an oversized chair in the teen section of the Bud Werner Memorial Library.

Noah Wetzel

Steamboat’s Family Sports Grill Fresh food. Craft beers. 50+ TVs.

Come try our 6x Best of the ‘Boat award winning wings. With room for large parties, separate bar seating and new menu items, you’ll always have the best seat in the house at the best value in town!

Downtown between 7th and 8th | 729 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-2431 | TheTapHouse.com @TheTapHouseCO S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 27


HOT SPRINGS STRAWBERRY PARK HOT SPRINGS Strawberry Park Hot Springs is the quintessential place to relax in Steamboat Springs. Float beneath the blue sky by day, or the starry sky at night in geothermal waters tucked in the forest just outside the Mount Zirkel Wilderness. Thermal waters flow from the hillside into a snowmelt creek, where they cool to the ultimate soaking temperatures. Warm pools vary in temperature and are bordered by a cold stream, which is perfect for a cool plunge. Kick back on the stone seating while you feel the sand beneath your feet, and listen to the water flowing by. The atmosphere is rustic and facilities are basic including a teepee for changing and several picnic areas. Massage is offered on site and overnight accommodation in cabins is available. Getting there: The springs are located approximately seven miles from downtown Steamboat, including three miles of unimproved dirt road. Four-wheel drive or chains are mandatory from November 1 to May 1 and strict fines are enforced on this often-hazardous stretch of road. From U.S. 40 (Lincoln Avenue), turn north on Third Street. Turn right onto Fish Creek Falls Road and follow it up the hill. Turn left onto Amethyst Drive. Stay on Amethyst Drive through the residential neighborhoods and past schools until it merges with County Road 36. Turn right onto County Road 36 and follow it to the dead end where the parking lot is located.

STOP IN & EXPERIENCE WHY WE’RE THE #1 DISPENSARY IN THE VALLEY!

f

a e L n e Gold ER FLOW

ES EDIBL

S

JOINT

CBDs

G

LASS

E

TES NTRA

CONC

REL

APPA

Open Daily 8am - 7pm 1755 Lincoln Avenue Steamboat Springs, CO On the Free Bus Route

970-870-2941

www.GoldenLeaf.co VG 28 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM


Noah Wetzel

The best rates for winter rentals. Our experts will help you find the right package to quickly get you out to enjoy more time on the slopes!

Kelly Northcutt enjoys a morning dip at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, located seven miles north of downtown Steamboat Springs. Spring road conditions often require four-wheel-drive vehicles. Shuttle service is available.

After dark, clothing is optional and no youth under 18 are admitted. No glass or alcohol. Sunday-Thursday, 10 a.m.10:30 p.m. No entry after 9:30 p.m. FridaySaturday, open 10 a.m.-12 a.m. No entry after 10:30 p.m. www.strawberryhotsprings.com / 970-879-0342 Leave the driving to someone else and sign up with Sweet Pea Tours or the Hot Springs Shuttle, which offer daily trips to Strawberry Park Hot Springs. www.sweetpeatours.com / 970-879-5820 www.thehotspringsshuttle.com / 970-879-4698

OLD TOWN HOT SPRINGS Old Town Hot Springs in downtown Steamboat has been a place of relaxation for over 100 years. The Ute Indians who first settled the area found the pools offered medicinal and spiritual healing. The initial homesteaders used the springs as a gathering place and bathing area.

The multi-use complex offers eight thermal pools, including one adults-only soaking pool, an aquatic climbing wall and two 230-foot waterslides. Guests may join a group exercise class or work out in the fitness center. Take relaxation to a higher level by booking a massage. Childcare is available at various times. Towel rental is available and swimwear can be purchased.

Men’s/Women’s Clothing

Guided Fly Fishing Trips

Facility Hours Weekdays 5:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Saturday 7 a.m.-9 p.m., and Sunday 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Hot pools are cleared 15 minutes before the facility closes. www.oldtownhotsprings.org / 970-879-1828

Guided Ice Fishing Trips

744 Lincoln Avenue Downtown on the corner of 8th and Lincoln

970-879-7568

www.straightlinesports.com S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 29


HIT THE TRAIL From gentle rides to steep rocky scrambles, Steamboat Springs has a trail for everyone. Options abound around town and far into the wilderness; it’s just a matter of how hard you want to push it.

YAMPA RIVER CORE TRAIL

For unrivaled views of Mount Werner and the Yampa Valley, hit the trails that crisscross Emerald Mountain and Howelsen Hill. Beginning riders will enjoy the gentle challenge of Rotary Trail. Experienced cyclists can follow the 25 miles of trail that make up the famed Honey Stinger Race, an annual event on the race calendar. Nothing beats the scenery after a steep climb to the top of Quarry Trail – a favorite spot for hikers and bikers. Head to the bottom of Howelsen Hill to practice skills at the base on the 950foot BMX pump track.

STEAMBOAT SKI AREA Skip the uphill and ride the gondola to Thunderhead, where a plethora of trail options await. For the gentlest option, hikers can take the one-mile loop on Vista Nature Trail. The scenery is superb and there is plenty to interest younger walkers.

Noah Wetzel

Follow the seven-mile paved trail that winds its way across town. The popular path clings to the Yampa River with scenic stops along the way. Meander through Rotary Park on the boardwalk over the wetlands, or walk among flowers in the Yampa River Botanic Park. The trail is an excellent option for younger hikers and bikers, and those acclimating to the altitude. Join locals to work on riding techniques at the Bear River Bike Park, located at the west side of the Yampa River Core Trail.

EMERALD MOUNTAIN AND HOWELSEN HILL

Justin Reiter mountain bikes the Wild Rose trail on Emerald Mountain.

VG 30 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM


Experience

the adventure of a scenic mountain ride.

Karen Desjardin

Come join us for a scenic ride through the Routt National Forest and the Upper Elk River Valley. We have groomed trails for all abilities, providing fun for the whole family.

A hiker heads along the 5.7-mile Gilpin Lake Trail #1161 with a fly rod on his back during a day in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area.

Zigzag to the top of Storm Peak, then enjoy the switchbacks on the downhill ride. Advanced bikers should try Flying Diamond and Rawhide to experience the area’s most advanced technical downhill riding. Trails are clearly marked for authorized users. Test out tricks at Ski Time Square’s pump track, located at the base of the mountain.

ROAD BIKING Take any route out of Steamboat to bike along rolling paved and dirt roads. Pass historic ranchlands, roll past rivers and climb mountain passes. Share the road and ride single file. For an out-and-back ride with plenty of rollers, take River Road/County Road 14 to

Stagecoach. The road crosses Colorado 131. As an alternative, continue through Oak Creek and ride back on Colorado 131 to make a 42.7-mile loop. Try a local’s favorite gravel grinder and bike the 37.14-mile Cow Creek Loop. Follow River Road (County Road 14) south and keep right onto County Road 35. Continue to Whitewood and take a right at the schoolhouse to climb up County Road 41. Stay right as the road drops down again and join Cow Creek Road (County Road 45). For an adrenaline-inducing road ride, bike up Rabbit Ears Pass. This route was used as part of the USA Pro Challenge and boasts vistas that will take your mind off the climb. Rabbit Ears west summit out and back is 26.9 miles.

Our tours are personalized to fit your desire whether it be riding the trails, cruising open meadows or stopping for breathtaking photos. We offer complimentary shuttle service and hot beverages in our warming hut.

Schedule your tour today! 970-879-9073 877-879-6500 steamboatsnowmobile.com Authorized permittee of the Routt National Forest. Equal Opportunity Service Provider

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 31


HIT THE TRAIL Cyclists climb Rabbit Ears Pass during the 116-mile Gore Gruel, one of four mileage options in the annual Tour de Steamboat bike race. Saturday, July 22.

Karen Desjardin

2016

ITY

S FACIL

FITNES

Hot Springs • Waterslides Lap Pool • Fitness Center Massage • Child Care • Cafe Open year round, 7 days a week in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs 970.457.1190 • oldtownhotsprings.org • 136 Lincoln Avenue • Downtown Steamboat VG 32 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM


LOCAL KNOWLEDGE BRAD BINGHAM

Road or mountain biking: what is your preference? Unfair question! I love them both – plus, fat-biking in the winter, cross racing in the fall and exploring all of Routt County’s gravel roads.

How soon once the snow melts can you get out on the mountain bike trails? I wait until things are really dried out around Steamboat before I hit the trails. This is usually mid- to late May – although I’ve also had some great powder days in May!

Where do you recommend that beginners ride in Routt County? If they are truly a newbie, then a trip to the Rotary Trail on the backside of Emerald Mountain is their best option. If they have some experience and can handle a bit of climbing at this elevation, then the front side of Emerald Mountain. Discovering its endless number of trails is always a blast!

Where can you find the most technical mountain bike trails here? Fish Creek Falls trail off of the Continental Divide has to be the most technically challenging trail in Routt County. Great skill building can also be had at Steamboat Resort, whether you are riding cross-country up and down, or getting tons of vertical using the gondola.

Courtesy Brad Bingham

Brad Bingham, owner and operator of Kent Eriksen Cycles and Bingham Built Bikes, first fell in love with cycling in his home state of Oregon. Twenty years ago, he switched gears and moved to Steamboat Springs, where he builds custom titanium bicycle frames and enjoys the strong cycling culture in town.

Brad Bingham has bike-raced in many states, but the Town Challenge “Sunshine Loop” race in Steamboat Springs is one of his all-time favorites.

What is your favorite bike race to enter here? The Town Challenge “Sunshine Loop” race must be my favorite. It requires a fast uphill pace followed up by a ridiculously fast-flowing descent!

What is the most scenic road bike route here? The “Trout Creek Loop” is an incredibly scenic ride along County Road 29. This is a mixed asphalt/gravel loop that can be added on to the Coal Mine Loop and heads southwest towards Dunkley Pass before circling around Pinnacle Peak and dropping into Oak Creek. Be sure you have good tires and lower gears as the climb is a bit steep.

Can you give any advice about riding etiquette? Just be cool. Share the roads and trails with everyone.

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 33


SPRING ON WATER KAYAKING Before embarking downriver in a kayak, scout the route from the road first. This will allow you to flag obstacles and plan where you will get out in advance. Dress for the water temperature and not the weather. Practice in the ponds at the junction of Walton Creek and the Yampa River where the water is flat. Advanced kayakers can try the Upper Elk River from Box Canyon to the Home Ranch, which is Class III (IV when river is high). Get the adrenaline pumping, especially in early-season, riding big waves at the C and D holes on the Yampa River near Bud Werner Memorial Library and the Depot. For kayak rental and instruction see Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddleboarding Outfitters, VG 52.

Noah Wetzel

PADDLEBOARDING

Justin Reiter walks through a field of lupines on his way to fish the Yampa River at Chuck Lewis State Wildlife Area.

FLY FISHING Some of the year’s biggest catches happen in the spring. Dress in layers as air temperatures vary. Stop by local fly shops to ask about hatches and what flies are working. February-March: Ice begins to thaw on the Yampa River and hungry fish lurk below the surface. Large fish ready to spawn enter the shallow water at the tailwaters of Stagecoach Reservoir and Sarvis Creek. April-May: Fish in the morning and mid-afternoon to avoid runoff water that is muddy and cold. Large rainbows move to spawn in nearby creeks around Steamboat Lake, Stagecoach Reservoir and Pearl Lake. Try around the edges of the lakes where ice is melting to find large fish that are drawn to the surface. June: Temperatures are rising and downtown on the Yampa River is popular all morning until noon. Consider taking a float trip west of town with a local guide. See Fishing Outfitters, VG 53.

Once the water levels drop after the snowmelt ends and temperatures rise, hop on a paddleboard to explore the waterways of the Yampa Valley. Beginners can start in Fetcher Pond, the upper stretches of the Yampa River or local lakes. Look forward, not down, keep knees slightly bent and start with your feet parallel to each other, centered on the board. Drop to your knees for greater stability if the water flow becomes more intense and maintaining balance is too challenging. Advanced paddlers can try the whitewater found on downtown stretches of the Yampa River, or opt for a day trip to the upper Colorado River. Try something new and book a yoga paddleboard session or sign up with a local guide. See Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddleboarding Outfitters, VG 52.

For an early-season opportunity to experience fun on the river, take a guided rafting trip. Roll with the rapids after snowmelt-fueled waters mellow and the weather warms on the Colorado River south of Steamboat or on the Elk River. Options vary from mellow rides along the Yampa River to Class IV waters at Cross Mountain on the Yampa River. See Boating and Rafting Outfitters, VG 52. VG 34 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Mike Lane

RAFTING

Bud Werner Memorial Library provides a backdrop during the 37th Annual Yampa River Festival on Saturday, June 3.


TO BE E C A L THE P

See our menu @ Slopesidegrill.com open 7 days a week! 11AM to Close Late Night Happy Hour 10 P.M. To Midnight 970-879-2916 ski time square

A little bit of Mexico in the Colorado Mountains 11am-Close

1875 Ski Time Square Dr., Mountain Next to Slopeside Grill www.loslocossteamboat.com

OPEN NIGHTLY

SERVING DINNER 5:00 pm

reservations at opentable.com New Location Downtown at 11th and Yampa St. yamasteamboat.com | 970-761-2087

Lunch

DOWNTOWN EATERY & BAR

Dinner Happy Hour Everyday 700 Yampa St. • 970-761-2586 www.scratcheatery.com


SUMMER WEEKEND AWAY Summer in Steamboat Springs is one long festival. Peruse the weekly farmers market on Saturday morning, then be entertained all weekend long at any of the signature events.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN MUSTANG ROUNDUP Treat Dad to a memorable Father’s Day at this annual motor spectacle in the mountains. Hear the roar of over 450 Mustangs that take part in scenic drives, auto-cross events and the Show ‘n Shine on Lincoln Avenue. Friday-Monday, June 16-19.

COWBOY ROUNDUP DAYS AND JULY FOURTH PARTY

STEAMBOAT WINE FESTIVAL Set your taste buds alight at this food and wine extravaganza. Novice tasters and food/wine aficionados have over 100 food artisans, wineries, breweries, distilleries and epicurean purveyors to visit. Wednesday-Sunday, Aug. 9-13.

Team roping is one of the attractions during the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series on Friday and Saturday nights at the Brent Romick Rodeo Arena. Friday, June 16-Saturday, Aug.12.

Gallery 89

Contemporary art gallery featuring an exquisite collection of local and international artists. Expert art consulting and complimentary home shows.

Gregory Block Iron, Leather, Bone | Oil

970-439-8196 VG 36 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

www.artgallery89.com 1009 Lincoln Avenue, Steamboat Springs

Shannon Lukens

Experience Steamboat’s ranching and skiing heritage during this weekend-long party. Events include Pro Rodeo, Fourth of July Parade, block party with strawberries and cream, Jumpin’ and Jammin’ ski jumping event and nighttime spectacular. Saturday-Tuesday, July 1-4.


Noah Wetzel

Ranch to Table cuisine in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs

Kaitlyn Wetzel and Christi Barber soak up warm summer rays during happy hour by the Yampa River at Sake2U.

HOT AIR BALLOON RODEO AND ART IN THE PARK Watch the blue sky fill with a kaleidoscope of color as balloonists from around the country float across the valley. Early morning rodeos and evening balloon glows offer a feast for the eyes. Spend the day perusing one-of-a-kind art and buy handmade items at the annual Art in the Park festival. Stroll through the pop-up village to watch live performances and sample an eclectic mix of foods. Saturday-Sunday, July 8-9.

Explore the world of artistic media at this celebration of creativity. Watch live performances, attend a talk or join a workshop. Events are offered for all ages. Friday-Sunday, Aug. 11-13.

RACES Steamboat’s rural roads and mountain lakes attract athletes from all over to test their endurance at altitude. Sign up to run, ride or swim in a race and turn it into a weekend getaway for family and friends. Options range from a 5K family fun run to 100-mile ultra marathons and bike races. www.runningseries.com www.withoutlimits.co www.steamboatbiketown.com/events

Serving Fresh, All Natural & Seasonal Products Reservations Suggested E3 Certified Beef

Private Events: events@e3chophouse.com Shannon Lukens

The Show n’ Shine on Lincoln Avenue is a Father’s Day weekend favorite during the Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup. Friday-Monday, June 16-19.

ALL ARTS FESTIVAL

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 37

701 Yampa Street, on the river 970.879.7167 www.E3Chophouse.com


I TA L I A N C U I S I N E Courtesy Emily Hines

& SO MUCH MORE

LOCAL KNOWLEDGE EMILY HINES

Emily Hines, the marketing and special events coordinator for the City of Steamboat Springs, is as local as it gets. What is your favorite thing to do in Steamboat Springs on your day off? Hiking in the backcountry. Favorite trails include the Mad Creek/Red Dirt Loop, Flattop Mountain, Windy Ridge and Fish Creek Falls to Long Lake.

What is the best way to experience a taste of Steamboat’s Western heritage? Visit Tread of Pioneers Museum. Participate in a cattle drive at Saddleback Ranch, shop at F.M. Light & Sons, and attend the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo.

Any ideas for a girls’ night out in town?

MAMBO

970.870.0500

www.mambos.com

521 Lincoln Ave.

SMALL CLASSES. BIG FUTURE. dosomethingMAJOR.com VG 38 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Go for dinner and drinks at restaurants along the river on Yampa Street. Attend the free summer concerts at Howelsen Hill from June to August for a perfect place to get together with friends.

Do you have any must-try dishes you can recommend? The tacos al pastor at Fiesta Jalisco, salsiccia pizza at Mambo Italiano, salmon noodle bowl at Mahogany Ridge and shrimp and grits at Low Country Kitchen. However, the most “local” dining experience has to be at the Ore House. I love the Corona shrimp, prime rib and the Rocky Mountain trout.

If you could buy one souvenir, what would it be? A photo of a well-known landmark like the More Barn, or something that incorporates aspen leaves. Ohana is my new go-to spot downtown for souvenirs and gifts. All of the items are handmade and unique to Steamboat.


Your best day ever... 970.879.5188 steamboatpowdercats.com Steamboat Powdercats operates under special use permit from the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest and is an equal opportunity provider. Keeping it fresh since 1983


Jeff Franks, Andy Bucholz, Cody Stalcup and Lamb Sanders finish a round on the 18th hole at Haymaker Golf Course.

There is a saying in the Yampa Valley that you come for the winter and stay for the summer. Anyone who has spent time exploring what Steamboat Springs has to offer during the long summer days knows this to be true. Try a different sport for each day of the week.

GOLF Test out the theory that the ball travels further at altitude. Walk, ride or bike a round at the links-style Keith Foster designed Haymaker Golf Course. The city-owned facility offers an 18hole course, full-service practice area and restaurant. Play at the Rollingstone Ranch and Club on the Robert Trent Jones II-designed 18-hole course. The parkland-style course offers panoramic valley views and borders Fish Creek in places. A driving range and refreshments are available. www.haymakergolf.com / 970-870-1846 www.rollingstoneranchgolf.com / 970-879-1391

TENNIS Pick up a racket and step onto a tennis or pickleball court for a rally. Play indoors or outdoors at a number of public facilities across Steamboat. Reserve a court, or join locals during open play sessions VG 40 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

at The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. The full-service facility offers six indoor, cushioned, hard courts and 10 outdoor courts (four hard and six clay). Old Town Hot Springs has two outdoor tennis courts at Third and Oak Street, which can be reserved in advance. Howelsen Hill Sports Complex hosts two outdoor tennis courts that are used on a first-come basis. The complex also has three volleyball courts and a picnic area with a park. www.10s.com / 970-879-8400 www.oldtownhotsprings.org / 970-879-1828

WATERSPORTS Paddleboard, kayak, wakeboard or swim in the lakes and waterways of Routt County. Head north for a local’s favorite day trip to Steamboat Lake. Located 26 miles from town, the lake offers camping and a full-service marina beneath the stunning backdrop of Hahns Peak. Stop by the Clark Store en route to stock up on home-baked goodies, or grab an ice cream on your return. Expect to wait in line – it will be worth it. Travel south to Stagecoach Lake for a fun-filled day of volleyball and swimming at the beach. Kayaks, paddleboards and pontoon boats are available for rent.

GLIDE Get a bird’s-eye view of Routt County by gliding with the Steamboat Springs Soaring Association. Fly over Mount Werner and the Park Range, cross over to Wyoming and travel south as far

Noah Wetzel

A SUMMER SPORT FOR EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK


as Silverthorne. Located to the west of Steamboat, the club offers winch-assisted lifts for gliders, plus training for future glider pilots. www.soarsteamboat.org / 970-879-3935

SPORTING CLAYS Corey Kopischke

Situated west of town, the family-run Three Quarter Circles offers a 12-station sporting clay course that can be adapted for all abilities. Everyone from novice shooter to marksman is welcome and instruction is available. www.3qc.net / 970-846-5647

Pack the camera for a two-hour photo opportunity ride at Saddleback Ranch, a fourth-generation cattle ranch located west of downtown Steamboat Springs.

HORSEBACK RIDING

ROCK CLIMB

Envision life as a cowboy exploring the Yampa Valley on horseback. Short rides in town are offered at Howelsen Hill with Sombrero Stables. Longer rides and full-day options are available at Del’s Triangle 3 Ranch and Elk River Guest Ranch. Learn the art of horsemanship with stay-and-ride packages at Vista Verde Guest Ranch, the Home Ranch and Elk River Guest Ranch. Stay in a cabin, dine on local fare and spend the days exploring North Routt in the saddle. See Horseback Riding Outfitters, VG 53.

Tucked in the nooks and crannies of Routt County is an abundance of rock that has been a training ground for several of the nation’s well-known climbers. Join Rocky Mountain Ventures for a half- or full-day trip climbing in and around Steamboat. Most climbs are “top rope,” meaning climbers are belayed by a guide from bolted anchors. Climbers of all abilities from age six and up are welcome. www.rmclimbing.com / 970-870-8440

Let Us Keep Your Vehicle Clean & Protected This Season Wa sh

es s

$10

tart

!

ing

at

We Offer: Full Service Tunnel Washes Professional Detailing Services Complete Line Of Vehicle Accessories Two Self Service Locations Corner of HWY 40 & Trafalgar Dr.

CALL OR STOP BY TODAY!

970-870-3363

STEAMBOATCARWASH.COM

Home of the Unlimited Wash Club

u s B i n y ess b a B With Naomi

L LC

Steamboat’s Finest Babysitting Service “We pet sit too!” Certified in Pediatric First Aid & CPR Insured & Bonded BBB Member From Infants To Teens

“When Caring Counts”

970-879-6645 www.babybusiness.org

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 41


LOCAL KNOWLEDGE GAYLE LEHMAN

Outdoor enthusiast Gayle Lehman moved to Steamboat Springs in 1979 for a winter, and never left. She has been a supervisor at the Yampa River Botanic Park since 1997.

Glacier Lilies: they have big, yellow, showy flowers and are the earliest to bloom. Look for them in spots where there is melting snow, all summer long.

Where is your favorite place to hike in early summer to see wildflowers? Red Dirt Trail – FS trail 1171 is accessible from County Road 129 (Elk River Road). The west-facing slope has many flowers among

Courtesy Gayle Lehman

What are the first wildflowers to bloom in the Yampa Valley?

Gayle Lehman has been a supervisor at the six-acre Yampa River Botanic Park since 1997. The park is open from dawn until dusk, May 1-Oct. 31. Admission is free.

When Mountains Move,

MOVING

MOUNTAINS

exceeding expectations is completely normal...

Open at 2 p.m. Daily

Luxury Vacation Homes and Catered Chalets

HAPPY HOURS Early 2:30-5 p.m., Late 9 p.m.-CLOSE

Come enjoy Steamboat’s only traditional German Beer Hall and home to the best Apres Ski on the mountain.

One stmBt Place Ptarmigan inn

www.MovingMountains.com | 877-624-2538 or 970-870-9359 445 Anglers Drive, Suite 1-B, Steamboat Springs, CO 80488 VG 42 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

WildPlum

Brau Haus

2500 Village Dr., the corner of Apres Ski Way and Village Dr. Only 400’ from the Gondola 970-541-0189 visit www.SteamboatBrauHaus.com


the sagebrush and scrub oak before the snow melts under the trees.

Are there any guided hikes you can recommend to learn more about the flora and fauna of the area? Yampatika offers a wide range of interpretive walks on topics from wildflowers to bird life. Yampa River Botanic Park offers guided tours of the park on Wednesday mornings at 10 a.m. from mid-June until mid-August.

When does the Yampa River Botanic Park come to life after the snow melts? Usually by opening day, or by May 1. Sometimes the spring bulbs will push through the snow.

Do you have a favorite flower that is native to this area? Trillium ovatum are native to the Park Range. They bloom in spring in the coniferous forest. We have some in the Yampa River Botanic Park and it’s the park’s logo.

What are your favorite summer events at the Yampa Valley Botanic Park?

Karen Vail

Yoga on the Green – Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 9 a.m. Music on the Green on Thursdays from 12:15-1 p.m. from midJune until mid-August. Social Gardening is our morning for volunteers on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. until noon. Look for a variety of workshops on gardening activities during the summer.

Trillium ovatum, which is used in the Yampa River Botanic Park’s logo, is native to the Park Range and blooms in spring.

970.879.7653 RemaxSteamboat.com S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 43


DATEBOOK

Bud Light Rocks the Boat Unclip the skis or boards after a day on the slopes and get your boogie on in Gondola Square. The Bud Light Rocks the Boat free concert series is a spring staple on the après ski calendar at the Steamboat Ski Area. There is something to satisfy all music tastes from reggae to rock. Watch internationally acclaimed artists and Grammy-award winning stars strut their stuff on stage every Saturday from March 4 to April 15 and closing day Sunday, April 16.

The Depot art exhibits, Tuesday-Friday, noon-5 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Steamboat Springs Arts Council, www.steamboatspringsarts.com

Emerald Mountain Snowshoe Tour, Saturdays (Dec. 17-March 19), 10 a.m.-noon, ride the chairlift up historic Howelsen Hill, registration required, Yampatika, www.yampatika.org

First Friday Art Walk, 5-8 p.m., every month on the first Friday, various galleries and other venues in the downtown area, www.steamboatartcenter.com

Focus Adventures Local Photo Tours of the Yampa Valley, guided by professional photographic artist and educator Karen Schulman, 970-879-2244

The Motet seen here performing last season at Gondola Square returns March 18 to the Bud Light Rocks the Boat.

Saturday, March 4 – New Breed Brass Band Saturday, March 11 – Magic Giant Saturday, March 18 – The Motet Saturday, March 25 – Martini Shot

Saturday, April 1 - Flow Tribe Saturday, April 8 - Con Brio Saturday, April 15 - Anderson East Sunday, April 16 - The Wailers

10th Anniversary Gala Celebration,

15

Howelsen Ice Arena Public Skate Sessions, 285 Howelsen Pkwy., 970-879-0341

Main Street Farmers Market, Saturdays,

4

6-9 p.m., Steamboat Art Museum, www.steamboatartmusuem.org

June 11-Sept. 17, MainStreet Steamboat, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

Moots Bicycle Factory Tours, 10 a.m., Mondays,

4

Ski with a Naturalist, Tuesdays and Thursdays (Dec. 14-March 14), 1:30-2:30 p.m., meet at the Why Not trailhead at the top of the gondola, Yampatika, www.yampatika.org

Steamboat Art Museum, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.,

6

6-8 Airline Partners Summit, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

6-8 Billy Kidd Race Camp, Steamboat Ski Area, 7-9 Women’s Ski Camps with Steamboat Olympians, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

Tuesday-Saturday, www.treadofpioneers.org

Tread of Pioneers Museum History Happy Hours,

8

8-12 Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival, Ski Jumping, Ski Racing, Biathlon, Street Events, Night Extravaganza, Cross-Country Races, Lighted Man, Telemark Races, Diamond Hitch Parade, Torchlight Parade and Fireworks, Howelsen Hill and downtown Steamboat Springs, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, 970-879-0695

(Dec. 16-March 17), 10 a.m.-1 p.m., moderately strenuous tour along Fish Creek Canyon, ages 12 and up, registration required, Yampatika, www.yampatika.org

FEBRUARY 1

Women Who Wine, 6-7:30 p.m., Sundance Studio, Yampa Valley Community Foundation, www.yvcf.org

1

Wednesday Night Hitchens Brothers Jump Night, Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs

10-13 STARS & Stripes Heroes Week #2, Gondola Square, Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, www.steamboatstars.com

12

10 a.m.-1 p.m., Steamboat Art Museum, www.steamboatartmuseum.org

Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org

3

First Friday Art Walk, 5-8 p.m., www.steamboatartcenter.com

3

The Mark of Zorro, silent film, 7 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

VG 44 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Diamond Hitch Brunch,

14

Torchlight Parade and Fireworks, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

14

Winter Film Series, 7 p.m., Chief Theater, Tread of Pioneers Museum, www.treadofpioneers.org

Wednesday Night Hitchens Brothers Jump Night, Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org

16

The Barefoot Artist, 6:30 p.m., Library Hall, www.steamboatlibrary.org

16

IMPACT100, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Yampa Valley Community Foundation, www.yvcf.org

16-18 Steamboat Dance Theatre Annual Concert, 7 p.m., Steamboat Springs High School Auditorium, www.steamboatdancetheatre.org

17

Foreign Film Series – My King (Mon Roi), 7 p.m., Chief Theater, Bud Werner Memorial Library, www.steamboatlibrary.org

first Tuesday of every month, Butcherknife Brewing Company, www.treadofpioneers.org

Uranium Mine Snowshoe Tour, Fridays

15

www.steamboat.com

The Depot, www.steamboatwriters.com

Tread of Pioneers Museum, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.,

Wild Films – Giraffe: Up High and Personal, 6:30 p.m., Library Hall, Bud Werner Memorial Library, www.steamboatlibrary.org

Tuesday-Saturday, www.steamboatartmuseum.org

Steamboat Writers’ Group, noon-2 p.m., Thursdays,

Speed Dating Tonight, opera, Steamboat

Memorial Library, www.steamboatlibrary.org

Art Depot, Emerald City Opera, www.emeraldcityopera.org

Wednesdays and Fridays, 970-879-1676

Ballads With Love: Tera Johnson and Neil Marchman, 6:30 p.m., Library Hall, Bud Werner

A Taste of History: ‘This and That’ from the “Fair Family Favorites” cookbook, noon, Tread of Pioneers Museum, www.treadofpioneers.org

18

Steamboat Dance Theatre Annual Concert, 12:30 p.m. children’s matinee, Steamboat Springs High School Auditorium, www.steamboatdancetheatre.org

20 Library Author Series: Laura Pritchett, 6:30 p.m., Library Hall, www.steamboatlibrary.org

20-24 Kid Ski Week, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

22 An Evening With Photographer Jordan Matter, 6:30 p.m., Library Hall, www.steamboatlibrary.org

22 Moonlight Snowshoe Tour, Emerald Mountain, registration required, Yampatika, www.yampatika.org

22-28 Sunshine Kids, Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, www.steamboatstars.com

Deborah Olsen

ONGOING


Out s t andi ngaccommodat i ons f ormemor abl ev acat i ons

350pl uspr of es s i onal l ymanagedvacat i onr ent alcondomi ni ums Fr om economi cals l opes i depr oper t i est ol uxur i ouspent hous es Fi ndyourper f ectvacat i onr ent alandbooki tatSt eamboat s Lodgi ngExper t . com Orcal l800. 525. 2622f orper s onal i zedpr of es s i onals er vi ce

Pr ov i di ngout s t andi ngSt eamboatv acat i onr ent al ss i nce1 976

Br onzeTr eeCondomi ni ums,Cr oss Ti mber satSt eamboat ,Hi ghmar kSt eamboat ,Phoeni xatSt eamboat ,RanchatSt eamboat , Rocki esCondomi ni ums,SkiTi meSquar eCondomi ni ums,St or m MeadowsatSt eamboat ,TheWestCondomi ni ums


DATEBOOK 23 Kids Torchlight Parade,

4

Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

23-26 WinterWonderGrass Festival, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

Adaptive Recreational Sports, www.steamboatstars.com

7-9 Women’s Ski Camps with Steamboat Olympians,

Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

8

9 a.m., Carpenter Ranch, Presented with Bud Werner Memorial Library, www.steamboatlibrary.org

10

28 Indie Lens Pop-Up: Newtown, 6:30 p.m., Bud Werner Memorial Library, www.steamboatlibrary.org

14

Women Who Wine, 6-7:30 p.m., Sundance

11

www.steamboatartcenter.com

Broadway’s Next Hit Musical, 7 p.m., Strings

12

Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert – New Breed Brass Band, Gondola Square,

Howelsen Hill and Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

17

Grand, Family Development Center, www.familydevelopmentcenter.org

11

First Friday Art Walk, 5-8 p.m.,

15-20 U14 Rocky/Central Championships, 16

Annual Casino Night Fundraiser, Steamboat Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert – Magic Giant, Gondola Square www.steamboat.com Moonlight Snowshoe Tour, times vary with sunset/moonrise time, Howelsen Hill, registration is required, Yampatika, www.yampatika.org

Winter Film Series, 7 p.m., Chief Theater, Tread of Pioneers Museum, www.treadofpioneers.org

Soul Message Band with Emerald Mountain School and Steamboat Springs Middle School,

Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org

Studio, Yampa Valley Community Foundation, www.yvcf.org

4

Wednesday Night Hitchens Brothers Jump Night,

10-11 Ski Jumping/Nordic Combined Western Regionals, Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs

MARCH

3

www.steamboat.com

Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org

26 2017 Snow Drawing: Finding Peace in Nature,

3

13-17 Kids Ski Week, Steamboat Ski Area,

Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

25-28 Steamboat Mardi Gras Festival,

1

STARS Mountain Challenge, Steamboat

Kids Torchlight Parade, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

A Taste of History: Routt County Soups, noon, Tread of Pioneers Museum, www.treadofpioneers.org

17

St. Patrick’s Day Torchlight Parade & Fireworks, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

17-20 STARS of Tomorrow Kids Camp, Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, www.steamboatstars.com

18

Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert – The Motet, Gondola Square, www.steamboat.com

20-24 Kids Ski Week, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

23

Kids Torchlight Parade, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

www.steamboat.com

pioneering colorado pit bbq in a casual family atmosphere!

“Excellent service, GREAT food, and the ‘scenery’ can’t be beat! We ordered the fajitas, bistek diablo, enchiladas, surf and turf fajitas, we had no complaints, it was all good. The guacamole was excellent!” *source Trip Advisor

Dine In • Takeout • Delivery • Catering

Ribs • Brisket • Pork • Turkey Old-fashioned low and slow cooking with hickory and oak. 970-879-RIBS (7427) SteamboatSmokehouse.com 912 Lincoln Ave. VG 46 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

fresh-squeezed margaritas signature dishes gluten free menu vegetarian options fresh salads/soups children’s menu oldest running bar in downtown

818 Lincoln Ave., Historic Downtown Steamboat Springs Lunch: 11AM – 4PM Dinner: 4PM – 10PM Happy Hour: 3PM – 6PM every day (970) 879-0826 | www.steamboatcantina.com | Like Us On Facebook


23 Moonlight Snowshoe Tour, Emerald Mountain, registration required, Yampatika, www.yampatika.org

23-26 NASTAR National Championships, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

24-26 March Madness Sidewalk Sale, downtown Steamboat Springs, MainStreet Steamboat, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

25 Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert – Martini Shot, Gondola Square, www.steamboat.com 25-26 Snowboard Slash and Burn Banked Slalom, Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org

31-April 1 U.S. Freestyle Championships, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

APRIL 1

Cody St. John Challenge, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

1

Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert – Flow Tribe, Gondola Square, www.steamboat.com

1-10 Springalicious Celebration, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

5

Women Who Wine, 6-7:30 p.m., Sundance Studio, Yampa Valley Community Foundation, www.yvcf.org

7

First Friday Art Walk, 5-8 p.m.,

8

Red Ball Express, Ski Town USA Morning

www.steamboatartcenter.com Rotary Club, www.skitownrotary.com

8

Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert – Con Brio, Gondola Square, www.steamboat.com

8-9 Steamboat Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert, 7 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, www.steamboatorchestra.org

9

Yampa Valley Music Teachers Association Annual Honors Concert, 3 p.m., United

C o l o r a d o ’ s H i g H l o n e s o m e o u t f i t t e r & g uides

Methodist Church, 917-282-1704

13

IMPACT100, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Yampa Valley Community Foundation, www.yvcf.org

15

Cardboard Classic, Steamboat Ski Area,

• Summer overnight horseback trips into the Flattops Wilderness

www.steamboat.com

15 16

Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert – Anderson East, Gondola Square, www.steamboat.com Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert – The Wailers,

• Enjoy a Colorado adventure with comfortable accommodations

Gondola Square, www.steamboat.com

16

Splashdown Pond Skim & Closing Day,

• Now taking reservations for the 2017 summer season!

Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboat.com

20 Beauty Slap with Moffat County and Steamboat Springs High School bands, 7 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

970.638.4239

www.cohighlonesome.com

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 47


DATEBOOK MAY 3

JUNE Women Who Wine, 6-7:30 p.m., Sundance Studio, Yampa Valley Community Foundation, www.yvcf.org

5

First Friday Art Walk, 5-8 p.m.,

2

www.steamboatartcenter.com

4

www.steamboatartcenter.com

6

Hayden Cog Run, 8.4 mile; 5k and fun run, Steamboat Springs Running Series, www.runningseries.com

11-13 Cabaret, Chief Theater, Steamboat Springs Down and Dirty Lot Sale, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Eighth Street Parking Lot, MainStreet Steamboat Springs, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

20

Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach, 2 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

20

Spirit Challenge, 10k; 5k and fun run, Steamboat Springs Running Series, www.runningseries.com

26-29 Memorial Day Sidewalk Sales, MainStreet Steamboat, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

7-10 Rocky Mountain HOG Rally, Colorado State Hog Rally, www.costatehogrally.com

15-18 Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup, 500 cars 17

Moots Colorado Ranch Rally, 50 mile gravel/ road ride, 9 a.m., www.moots.com

17

28

24

JULY 1

24

Opening Night Orchestra, 7 p.m., Strings Music Festival, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

24

OPEN 11am-10pm BAR UPSTAIRS OPEN 4pm-CLOSE

We have a passion for fresh, natural ingredients and a love of old-fashioned burgers and brews. We hand-cut our fries and hand-dip our onion rings every morning. We use only all-natural Colorado beef for our

BURGERS!

We care about the food we serve – and the guests we serve it to.

www.thebackdoorgrill.com 970-871-7888 • 825 Oak Street

BURGERS & BREWS!

Tri the Boat Sprint & Olympic Triathlon, Stagecoach State Park, www.tritheboat.com

Patriotic Americana, Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

1-4

Cowboys’ Roundup Days and Fourth of July Celebration, parade, rodeo, a farmers market, and fireworks, Steamboat Springs Chamber, www.steamboatchamber.com

2

HS45 & HS75 Nordic Jumping Training, 11 a.m., Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org

3

HS45 & HS75 Nordic Jumping Competition, 3 p.m., Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org

Reds, Whites, & Brews in the Boat, 12-5 p.m., Yampa Street, www.redswhitesandbrews.net

Czech Chamber Music, Strings Music Festival, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

Bike Polo Tournament at the Farmers Market, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Main Street Steamboat Springs, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

Tri the Boat Half Iron, Stagecoach State Park, www.tritheboat.com

from Colorado Mustang automobile clubs, www.steamboatchamber.com

WHERE THE LOCALS EAT

VG 48 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Marathon, Half Marathon; 10K and Kids’ Fun Run, Steamboat Springs Chamber, www.steamboatmarathon.com

Art Council, www.steamboatarts.org

13

First Friday Art Walk, 5-8 p.m.,

25

4

Nordic Combined Roller Ski Competition, 1k sprint, 9:15 a.m., Lincoln Avenue downtown, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org


Improve your advanced driving techniques in the most challenging conditions possible: ice and snow. Whether you are a new driver or a racing professional, we have an adrenaline-filled program for you. We offer safety, performance, racing and rally classes on our purpose-built tracks, using specially-prepped Toyota vehicles with Bridgestone Blizzak winter tires.


DATEBOOK 4

Fourth of July Parade, 10 a.m., downtown on Lincoln Avenue, Steamboat Springs Chamber, www.steamboatchamber.com

4

Jumpin’ and Jammin’ Competition and Community Party, noon, Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs

WAT E R S I D E Day Spa & Salon Beauty Shines From Within

Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org

4

Pioneer Day Block Party, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Tread of Pioneers Museum, www.treadofpioneers.org

7

First Friday Art Walk, 5-8 p.m., www.steamboatartcenter.com

8-9 Hot Air Balloon Rodeo & Glow, 6-10 a.m., Bald Eagle Lake, Steamboat Ski Area, Steamboat Springs Chamber, www.steamboatsummer.com

8-9 Art in the Park, arts and crafts festival, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; West Lincoln Park, Steamboat Springs Arts Council, 970-879-9008

10

Seminars at Steamboat presents “Fact-checking, Fake News and the Roles of the Press,” doors open at 4:45 p.m.; talk begins at 5:30 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, www.seminarsatsteamboat.org

12

Parker Quartet, Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

1110 Yampa St. #110 | 970.875.0271 | www.WatersideDaySpa.com Delight in all that new ownership has to offer

14-17 Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament, Steamboat Soccer Club, www.steamboatmountainsoccertournament.com

19

Gold Cliburn Winner, Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

22 Anniversary Concert, Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

22-23 Creative iPhoneography Workshop Weekend with Karen Schulman, Focus Adventure Tours, 970-879-2244

24

Seminars at Steamboat presents “Brexit: What’s Next?” doors open at 4:45 p.m.; talk begins at 5:30 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, www.seminarsatsteamboat.org

26 Boston Brass, Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

29 Rhapsody in Blue: Live and On the Air, Strings Music Pavilion, www.stringsmusicfestival.com

31

Seminars at Steamboat presents “Growth and the Economy: Where Is It Headed?” doors open at 4:45 p.m.; talk begins at 5:30 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, www.seminarsatsteamboat.org

Living the Dream ... Just don’t tell my mom subscribe steamboatmagazine.com/pages/subscribe S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 51


ACTIVITIES GUIDE Arts and Culture

Pedego Steamboat 345 Lincoln Ave. 970-761-5312 www.pedegosteamboat.com

Mad Adventures 1421 E. Park Ave., Kremmling 800-451-4844 www.madadventures.com

Ski Haus International 1457 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0385 www.skihaussteamboat.com

Mountain Sports Kayak School 800 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8794 www.mountainsportskayak.com

Steamboat Dance Theatre 970-367-7807 www.steamboatdancetheatre.org

Steamboat Bike Shop 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5348 www.steamboat.com

Rabbit Ears Motosports 970-367-3752 www.rabbitearsmotosports.net

Steamboat Art Strokes 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 303-921-2254 www.steamboatartstrokes.com

Strings Music Festival 900 Strings Rd. 970-879-5056 www.stringsmusicfestival.com

Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare 442 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9144 www.steamboatskiandbike.com

Steamboat Springs Arts Council 1001 13th St. 970-879-9008 www.steamboatarts.org

Recreation and Activities

Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare 2250 Apres Ski Way 970-879-6350 www.steamboatskiandbike.com

Art Galleries Circle 7 Fine Art 1009 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4744 www.circle7fineart.com Cowboys and Indians 617 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8481 www.cowboysandindiansonline.com

Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts 837 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-5970 www.steamboatartcenter.com

Live Music Chief Theater 813 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-4791 www.chieftheater.com Old Town Pub & Restaurant 600 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2101 www.theoldtownpub.com Rex’s American Grill & Bar 3190 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-870-0438 www.rexsgrill.com Schmiggity’s 821 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4100 www.schmiggitys.com Steamboat Springs Free Summer Concerts 970-846-5086 www.keepinitfree.com Strings Music Festival 900 Strings Rd. 970-879-5056 www.stringsmusicfestival.com Sunset Happy Hour 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com Tap House Sports Grill 729 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2431 www.thetaphouse.com WinterWonderGrass Festival P.O Box 485, Vail 415-871-3253 www.winterwondergrass.com

Performing Arts Chief Theater 813 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-4791 www.chieftheater.com Crooked Key – Live Escape Games 435 Lincoln Ave. 970-367-7619 www.crookedkey.com Emerald City Opera 320 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-9986 www.emeraldcityopera.com

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp 40755 County Rd. 36 970-879-7125 www.perry-mansfield.org Schmiggity’s 821 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4100 www.schmiggitys.com

Adaptive Recreation STARS – Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports 970-870-1950 www.steamboatstars.com Yoga Lila 1955 Bridge Lane 970-946-2941 www.yogalilasteamboat.com

Aircraft Tours Zephyr Helicopter Company Steamboat Springs Airport 970-879-0494 www.zephyrhelicopter.com

Alpine Slide Alpine Slide 645 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-819-8010 www.steamboatalpineslide.com

Art Classes and Workshops Great American Laughing Stock Company 600 McKinley St. 970-355-9403 www.galsco.org Steamboat Art Strokes 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 303-921-2254 www.steamboatartstrokes.com

Bike Shops, Rentals & Tours Black Tie Ski Rentals 1625 Mid Valley Dr. 970-870-3172 steamboat.blacktieskis.com Boomerang Sports Exchange 1125 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-3050 Christy Sports Central Park 1855 Central Park Plz. 970-879-1250 rental.christysports.com Christy Sports Village Center 2500 Village Dr. 970-879-0371 rental.christysports.com MOJO Bike Tours 690 Marketplace Plz. 877-624-2538 www.mojobiketours.com Moots Cycles 2545 Copper Ridge Dr. 970-879-1676 www.moots.com

VG 52 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Boating and Rafting Outfitters Adventures in Whitewater 214 Park Ave., Kremmling 970-724-1122 www.adventuresinwhitewater.com Bucking Rainbow Outfitters 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8747 www.buckingrainbow.com Colorado River Center 4199 Trough Rd., Bond 888-888-RAFT www.coloradorivercenter.com Colorado River Guides 18370 Colorado 131, Bond 970-653-1001 www.raftcolorado.com Colorado River Runs 43 Grand County Rd. 111, Bond 800-826-1081 www.coloradoriverruns.com Mad Adventures 1421 E. Park Ave., Kremmling 800-451-4844 www.madadventures.com Rabbit Ears Motosports 970-367-3752 www.rabbitearsmotosports.net Steamboat Lake Marina Steamboat Lake State Park 970-879-7019 www.steamboatlakemarina.com

Camping Colorado State Parks Steamboat Lake 970-879-3922 www.parks.state.co.us Steamboat Springs KOA 3603 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0273 www.koa.com

Steamboat Paddleboard Adventure Company 675 S. Lincoln 970-846-5926 www.paddleboardadventurecompany.com

Children’s Activities Adventure Bound in Steamboat Springs 245 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-879-4300 www.steamboatsprings.net Alpine Slide 645 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-819-8010 www.steamboatalpineslide.com Amaze’n Steamboat Family Fun Park 125 S Anglers Dr. 970-870-8682 www.amazensteamboat.com Bud Werner Memorial Library 1289 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0240 www.steamboatlibrary.org

Cross Country Skiing Elk River Guest Ranch 29840 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-879-1946 www.elkrivergr.com Haymaker Nordic Center 34855 East U.S. 40 970-879-9444 www.steamboat.com Home Ranch, The 54880 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-1780 www.homeranch.com Howelsen Hill Ski Area 845 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-879-8499 www.steamboatsprings.net/ski Rocky Mountain Ventures/ Climbing Guide 970-870-8440 www.steamboatclimbing.com Steamboat Backcountry Adventures 770 Majestic Cir. 970-439-8427 www.steamboatguides.com Steamboat Ski Touring Center 2000 Clubhouse Dr. 970-879-8180 www.steamboatnordiccenter.com Vista Verde Guest Ranch 31100 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-879-3858 www.vistaverde.com

Dog Sledding

Coca-Cola Adventure Zone 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5255 www.steamboat.com

Grizzle-T Dog & Sled Works County Rd. 205 970-870-1782 www.steamboatdogsledding.com

Colorado River Center 4199 Trough Rd., Bond 888-888-RAFT www.coloradorivercenter.com

Events

Colorado River Guides 18370 Colorado 131, Bond 970-653-1001 www.raftcolorado.com Grizzle-T Dog & Sled Works County Rd. 205 970-870-1782 www.steamboatdogsledding.com Howelsen Ice Arena 285 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-871-7033 www.steamboatsprings.net/ice In Celebration of Kids 831 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-3333 www.incelebrationofkids.com Kids’ Adventure Club 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5390 www.steamboat.com/kac

Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddleboarding Outfitters

Nordic Screamer 645 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-819-8010 www.steamboatnordicscreamer.com

Colorado River Center 4199 Trough Rd., Bond 888-888-RAFT www.coloradorivercenter.com

Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org

Colorado River Guides 18370 Colorado 131, Bond 970-653-1001 www.raftcolorado.com

Steamboat Art Strokes 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 303-921-2254 www.steamboatartstrokes.com

Hala Gear 1051 13th St. 970-367-7885 www.halagear.com

Climbing Rocky Mountain Ventures/ Climbing Guide 970-870-8440 www.steamboatclimbing.com

Colorado Avalanche 1000 Chopper Cir., Denver 303-405-6144 www.coloradoavalanche.com Crooked Key – Live Escape Games 435 Lincoln Ave. 970-367-7619 www.crookedkey.com Denver Nuggets 1000 Chopper Cir., Denver 303-405-6188 www.nba.com/nuggets RageLife 812-345-0789 www.ragelife.com Routt County Fair Association 398 S. Poplar St., Hayden 970-276-3068 www.routtcountyfair.org Schmiggity’s 821 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4100 www.schmiggitys.com Steamboat Movement Fest 430 Blue Bell Court 970-819-9275 www.steamboatmovementfest.com Steamboat Snowmobile Tours 31825 County Rd. 64 970-879-6500 www.steamboatsnowmobile.com Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series 970-879-1818 www.steamboatrodeo.com Strings Music Festival 900 Strings Rd. 970-879-5056 www.stringsmusicfestival.com


Town Square Media 240 Greenwich Ave., Greenwich, Conn. 203-900-5575 www.steamboatwinefestival.com Triple Crown Sports 3930 Automation Way, Fort Collins 970-223-6644 www.triplecrownsports.com

Elk River Guest Ranch 29840 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-879-1946 www.elkrivergr.com

Golf

Home Ranch, The 54880 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-1780 www.homeranch.com

Catamount Ranch & Club 33400A Catamount Dr. 970-871-9300 www.catamountranchclub.com

Fishing Outfitters

Haymaker Golf Course 34855 U.S. 40 970-870-1846 www.haymakergolf.com

Bucking Rainbow Outfitters 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8747 www.buckingrainbow.com

Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club 1230 Steamboat Blvd. 970-871-6528 www.rollingstoneranchgolf.com

Del’s Triangle 3 Ranch 55675 County Rd. 62, Clark 970-879-3495 www.steamboathorses.com

Horseback Riding Outfitters

Mad Adventures 1421 E. Park Ave., Kremmling 800-451-4844 www.madadventures.com Moffat County Tourism Association 1111 W. Victory Way, Craig 970-824-2335 www.moffatcountytourism.com Steamboat Flyfisher 35 Fifth St. 970-879-6552 www.steamboatflyfisher.com Steamboat Lake Outfitters 27400 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-319-4866 www.steamboatlakeoutfitters.com

MINIATURE GOLF

Yampa Valley Anglers 456 Terhune Ave.,Yampa 970-819-4376 www.yampavalleyanglers.com

Colorado River Guides 18370 Colorado 131, Bond 970-653-1001 www.raftcolorado.com Colorado’s High Lonesome Outfitter & Guides 10185 Colorado 131, Toponas 970-638-4239 www.cohighlonesome.com CR Summit’s Equine Riding Center 33255 Creek Summit Lane 970-879-6201 www.crsummit.com Del’s Triangle 3 Ranch 55675 County Rd. 62, Clark 970-879-3495 www.steamboathorses.com

Saddleback Ranch 37350 County Rd. 179 970-879-3711 www.saddlebackranch.net Vista Verde Guest Ranch 31100 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-879-3858 www.vistaverde.com

Steamboat Springs Youth Hockey Association 285 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-871-0063 www.steamboatyouthhockey.com

Hunting Outfitters

Miniature Golf

B & L Quality Taxidermy 2101 Snowbowl Plz. 970-879-1316

Amaze’n Steamboat Family Fun Park 125 S Anglers Dr. 970-870-8682 www.amazensteamboat.com

Del’s Triangle 3 Ranch 55675 County Rd. 62, Clark 970-879-3495 www.steamboathorses.com

Hot Air Balloon Outfitters

Elk River Guest Ranch 29840 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-879-1946 www.elkrivergr.com

Pegasus Balloon Tours 42415 Deerfoot Lane 970-879-9191 www.wildwestballooning.com

Moffat County Tourism Association 1111 W. Victory Way, Craig 970-824-2335 www.moffatcountytourism.com

Wild West Balloon Adventures 42415 Deerfoot Lane 970-879-7219 www.wildwestballooning.com

Three Quarter Circles Sporting Clays 26185 U.S. 40 970-879-5649 www.3qc.net

Hot Springs and Tours Hot Springs Shuttle, The 970-879-4688 www.thehotspringsshuttle.com Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org

Ice Climbing Outfitters Rocky Mountain Ventures/ Climbing Guide 970-870-8440 www.steamboatclimbing.com

Ice Skating Howelsen Ice Arena 285 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-871-7033 www.steamboatsprings.net/ice

SQUIRT GUN FUN!

LAZER TAG

Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs 44200 County Rd. 36 970-879-0342 www.strawberryhotsprings.com

Steamboat Springs KOA 3603 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0273 www.koa.com

Museums Hahns Peak Area Historical Society Hahns Peak Village 970-846-2991 www.hahnspeakhistoric.com Moffat County Tourism Association 1111 W. Victory Way, Craig 970-824-2335 www.moffatcountytourism.com Steamboat Art Museum 807 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-1755 www.steamboatartmuseum.org Tracks & Trails Museum 129 E. Main St., Oak Creek 970-736-8245 www.yampavalley.info Tread of Pioneers Museum 800 Oak St. 970-879-2214 www.treadofpioneers.org

®

WIN PRIZES IN THE

GIANT MAZE

WATER WALKERZ

IT’S

FAMILY FUN

Single Activities or Full Day Passes! Open late May thru September

FAMILY FUN PARK Great Family Reunions for Groups! Company Events Parties • Team Building

Located behind the Chamber Visitor’s Center

on Highway 40/Lincoln Ave. GEMSTONE (across from McDonald’s & Starbucks) PANNING 125 S. Angler’s Drive www.AmazenSteamboat.com • 970-870-8682

908 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-8566 steamboatshoes.com S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 53


ACTIVITIES GUIDE Wyman Museum 94350 East U.S. 40, Craig 970-824-6346 www.wymanmuseum.com

Christy Sports Central Park 1855 Central Park Plz. 970-879-1250 rental.christysports.com

Powder Tools Snowboard Shop Third Level Gondola Square 970-879-1645 rental.christysports.com

Recreational Vehicle Rentals and Tours

Christy Sports Gondola Square Gondola Square 970-879-0371 rental.christysports.com

Ski Butlers Steamboat 1585 Mid Valley Dr. 970-367-4422 www.skibutlers.com

Christy Sports Village Center 2500 Village Dr. 970-879-0371 rental.christysports.com

Ski Delivery Express 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5367 www.steamboat.com

Door 2 Door by Christy Sports 1625 Mid Valley Dr. 1 970-879-8692 www.d2dskis.com

Ski Haus International 1457 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0385 www.skihaussteamboat.com

Edge Werks Gondola Square 970-870-8863 www.edgewerkstuning.com

Sportstalker in The Ptarmigan Inn 2304 Apres Ski Way 970-879-2445 christysports.com

Fleischer Sport 2250 Apres Ski Way 970-870-0900 www.fleischersport.com

Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare 442 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9144 www.steamboatskiandbike.com

Mountain Outfitters 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5345 www.steamboat.com

Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare 2250 Apres Ski Way 970-879-6350 www.steamboatskiandbike.com

One Stop Ski Shop 35 11th St. 970-879-4916 www.onestopskishop.net

Steamboat Ski & Sport – Gondola Square Gondola Square 970-871-5346 www.steamboat.com

Rabbit Ears Motosports 970-367-3752 www.rabbitearsmotosports.net Saddleback Ranch 37350 County Rd. 179 970-879-3711 www.saddlebackranch.net Steamboat Snowmobile Tours 31825 County Rd. 64 970-879-6500 www.steamboatsnowmobile.com

Ski and Snowboard Shops and Rentals Backdoor Sports Ltd. of Steamboat 841 Yampa St. 970-879-6249 www.backdoorsports.com Black Tie Ski Rentals 1625 Mid Valley Dr. 970-870-3172 www.steamboat.blacktieskis.com Boomerang Sports Exchange 1125 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-3050 Breeze Ski Rental 2000 Ski Time Square 970-879-3343 www.skirentals.com

Powder Pursuits Ski and Snowboard Shop 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-9086 www.powderpursuits.com

Steamboat Ski & Sport – Ski Time Square Ski Time Square, Kutuk 970-871-5682 www.steamboat.com

Steamboat Ski & Sport – The Grand 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5358 www.steamboat.com

Powder Pursuits Ski and Snowboard Shop 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-9086 www.powderpursuits.com

Steamboat Ski & Sport – Sheraton Steamboat 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5348 www.steamboat.com

Steamboat Backcountry Adventures 770 Majestic Cir. 970-439-8427 www.steamboatguides.com Steamboat Powdercats 1724 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-5188 www.steamboatpowdercats.com

Steamboat Ski & Sport – Gondola Transit Center Gondola Square 970-871-5364 www.steamboat.com Steamboat Ski Touring Center 2000 Clubhouse Dr. 970-879-8180 www.steamboatnordiccenter.com

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Sleigh Rides

Surefoot, LLC 2250 Apres Ski Way 970-879-1119 www.surefoot.com

Ragnar’s Steamboat Ski Area 970-871-5150 www.steamboat.com

Skiing

Saddleback Ranch 37350 County Rd. 179 970-879-3711 www.saddlebackranch.net

Black Tie Ski Rentals 1625 Mid Valley Dr. 970-870-3172 www.steamboat.blacktieskis.com Christy Sports Village Center 2500 Village Dr. 970-879-0371 rental.christysports.com Howelsen Hill Ski Area 845 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-879-8499 www.steamboatsprings.net/ski

Sleighride Dinner at Haymaker 34855 East U.S. 40 970-871-5150 www.steamboat.com

Snow Tubing Saddleback Ranch 37350 County Rd. 179 970-879-3711 www.saddlebackranch.net

Sundance Plaza 445 Anglers Drive (970) 871-6999 www.fiestajalisco.net/steamboat

Authentic Mexican Food

Only the freshest ingredients Family Owned and Operated Full Bar, More than 100 varieties of Tequila 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily, Open Year Round! Children’s Menu

In The Heart Of Downtown 730 Lincoln Ave. (970) 879-7570 vaquerosmexican.net VG 54 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM


Snowmobile Guides and Rentals Colorado Sled Rentals 4100 W. Lincoln Ave. 970-439-1707 www.coloradosledrentals.com High Mountain Snowmobile Tours 31750 East U.S. 40 970-879-9073 www.steamboatsnowmobile.com Rabbit Ears Motosports 970-367-3752 www.rabbitearsmotosports.net Rocky Mountain Rentals 61450 County Rd. 62, Clark 970-627-9673 www.snowmobile-central.com Saddleback Ranch 37350 County Rd. 179 970-879-3711 www.saddlebackranch.net Steamboat Snowmobile Tours 31825 County Rd. 64 970-879-6500 www.steamboatsnowmobile.com

Snowshoeing Elk River Guest Ranch 29840 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-879-1946 www.elkrivergr.com Howelsen Hill Ski Area 845 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-879-8499 www.steamboatsprings.net/ski

Powder Pursuits Ski and Snowboard Shop 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-9086 www.powderpursuits.com Rocky Mountain Ventures/ Climbing Guide 970-870-8440 www.steamboatclimbing.com Steamboat Backcountry Adventures 770 Majestic Cir. 970-439-8427 www.steamboatguides.com Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com Steamboat Ski Touring Center 2000 Clubhouse Dr. 970-879-8180 www.steamboatnordiccenter.com

Summer Tubing Outfitters Backdoor Sports Ltd. of Steamboat 841 Yampa St. 970-879-6249 www.backdoorsports.com Bucking Rainbow Outfitters 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8747 www.buckingrainbow.com One Stop Ski Shop 35 11th St. 970-879-4916 www.onestopskishop.net

Summer Tubing Suppliers Christy Sports Central Park 1855 Central Park Plz. 970-879-1250 rental.christysports.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Tennis Facilities Howelsen Hill Ski Area 845 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-879-8499 www.steamboatsprings.net/ski Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs 2500 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-8400 www.10s.com

Tour Companies Bucking Rainbow Outfitters 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8747 www.buckingrainbow.com Colorado River Guides 18370 Colorado 131, Bond 970-653-1001 www.raftcolorado.com

Focus Adventures Photography Tours & Workshops 27846 Silver Spur St. 970-879-2244 www.focusadventures.com Hahns Peak Roadhouse 60880 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-4404 www.hahnspeakroadhouse.com Mad Adventures 1421 E. Park Ave., Kremmling 800-451-4844 www.madadventures.com MOJO Bike Tours 690 Marketplace Plz. 877-624-2538 www.mojobiketours.com Rabbit Ears Motosports 970-367-3752 www.rabbitearsmotosports.net SkyRun Steamboat 928 Lincoln Ave. 970-315-0209 www.steamboat.skyrun.com Steamboat Powdercats Ski Time Square 970-879-5188 www.steamboatpowdercats.com

Tailwind Tours 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-TOUR www.tailwindtours.com Wild West Balloon Adventures 42415 Deerfoot Lane 970-879-7219 www.wildwestballooning.com Yampatika 925 Weiss Dr. 970-871-9151 www.yampatika.org

Winter Driving School Bridgestone Winter Driving School 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6104 www.winterdrive.com

Zip Line Steamboat Snowmobile Tours 31825 County Rd. 64 970-879-6500 www.steamboatsnowmobile.com Steamboat Zip Line Tours P.O. Box 882805 970-879-6500 www.steamboatziplineadventures.com

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Steamboat Snowmobile Tours CR Summit’s Equine Riding Center 31825 County Rd. 64 970-879-6500 33255 Creek Summit Lane www.steamboatsnowmobile.com 970-879-6201 TwistedTrails_VGad_quarter_Summer_2016.pdf www.crsummit.com

1

2/6/16

8:42 AM

Extensive Sunwear Selection

C

M

Y

CM

MY

CY

CMY

K

970-879-2020 Located in Sundance Plaza next to Safeway on the free bus route. 365 Anglers Dr., Ste. A, Stmbt Spgs

www.eyecare-specialties.com S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 55


A TASTE OF

steamboat

A snowcat featuring a fully enclosed climate-controlled cabin takes you on a magical journey to the Four Points Lodge. This special mountaintop culinary experience is rooted in the flavors and traditions of Northern Italy, offering a sophisticated evening tucked warmly inside the cozy lodge under a sky filled with stars.

A nighttime ride up the gondola tells you this is not going to be an ordinary night out. New twists on old favorites, an exceptional wine list, stunning views of the Yampa Valley below, and a dazzling menu of New American cuisine are all yours at Hazie’s.

steamboat.com/dining

970-871-5150 On Mountain

steamboat.com/dining

970-871-5150 On Mountain

For the perfect family night out, try our original Western Style BBQ Buffet at the top of the Steamboat Gondola. Enjoy a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet with a live Western rock dance band and a fun family setting looking out over the lights of the valley below.

steamboat.com/dining

970-871-5150 On Mountain

Dining at Ragnar’s begins with a nighttime ride in the Steamboat Gondola, followed by a snowcat-driven sleigh ride under the stars and across the mountain to the warm, inviting restaurant. Enjoy a gourmet dinner and live acoustic entertainment.

steamboat.com/dining

970-871-5150 On Mountain

Dash through the snow as a pair of majestic draft horses pulls a sleigh through the Yampa Valley’s rolling hills, then settle down to a delicious three-course dinner with all the trimmings. Prior to the sleigh ride, enjoy drinks and appetizers in the cozy Haymaker lodge. A wonderful adventure for the whole family.

Serving a perfect happy hour for guests and locals alike with beer, wine and appetizer specials. For dinner, The Cabin features a menu of fresh favorites for every palate. Great burgers, steaks, salads and appetizers. Our chef favors scratch cooking and local ingredients. Located in The Steamboat Grand Hotel.

truffle pig

steamboat.com/dining

970-871-5150 34855 US-4.0.

steamboat.com/dining

970-871-5500 Steamboat Grand Hotel 2300 Mt. Werner Circle

You won’t find a more convenient place to après or dine after a day on the slopes than Truffle Pig, which is located at the base of the ski area, adjacent to One Steamboat www.trufflepigrestaurant.com Place and the gondola. Featuring casual American Alpine Cuisine crafted from the freshest ingredients, Truffle Pig offers the most indulgent Après Ski scene around, 970-879-7470 including an inviting atmosphere, live entertainment, compelling drink specials and 2250 Apres Ski Way mouth-watering menu items. Summer Happy Hour: Daily 4-6 p.m.

VG 56 | ONLINE A T WWW.ST EAMBO AT CHAMBER .CO M


www.harwigs.com

970-879-1919 911 Lincoln Ave.

www.e3chophouse.com

970-879-7167 701 Yampa St. Downtown

www.carlstavern.com

970-761-2060 700 Yampa St., Downtown

www.mambos.com

970-870-0500 521 Lincoln Ave., Downtown

www.thetaphouse.com

970-879-2431 729 Lincoln Ave., Downtown

www.fiestajalisco.net/steamboat

970-871-6999 445 Anglers Dr. Sundance Plaza

www.vaquerosmexican.net

970-879-7570 730 Lincoln Ave., Downtown

An elegant dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere. Our seasonal menus blend new gastro techniques and traditional French styles that highlight fresh, local agriculture. Harwigs has Steamboat’s only wine cellar and knowledgeable sommeliers to guide you through our award-winning wine list. From après-activity happy hour martinis in our bar to custom chef tasting menus in our dining room, we warmly welcome you to share your next dining experience with us.

Set alongside the beautiful Yampa River, E3 Chophouse offers dishes created from the best local, seasonal, all-natural ingredients including E3 (antibiotic and hormone free) certified beef. E3 cattle are humanely raised and given room to roam, offering you a true “Ranch to Table” experience. Enjoy our daily jet-fresh catch, wild game, and E3 certified steaks and chops in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs. Reservations recommended.

Carl’s Tavern is the place for adventurous spirits to call home. Genuine hospitality, cold beer, and food made from scratch. Boasting over 150 wines, more than 200 whiskeys from around the world and 50 craft beers – Carl’s has something for everyone! 15 HDTVs and all the sports packages have won Carl’s “Best Place to Watch The Game” and “Best Bar” four years running! Happy Hour Daily from 4-6 p.m. Private/ Semi-Private dining rooms available for groups up to 32. Reservations recommended in peak seasons. Mambos offers a unique dining experience in the heart of Steamboat Springs. Featuring a range of traditional and contemporary Italian entrées, pizzas, housemade pastas and chef inspired plates focusing on locally sourced ingredients. Our fully stocked bar, cocktails and award-winning wine list provides a perfect paring to any meal. Mambos seasonal patio is an ideal spot for an alfresco dinner for family, friends or a romantic setting under the stars. Mambos guests enjoy a delicious, satisfying and memorable dining experience.

MAMBO

Celebrating 20 years as Steamboat’s Family Sports Bar, The Tap House serves up fresh food to families and fans alike. Come try our 5x Best of the Boat award-winning wings, 21 draft beers, or other house-made apps, entrées and desserts. With room for large groups, separate bar seating, 14 new menu items, and over 50 TVs, you’ll always have the best seat in the house and the best value in town!

The best Mexican restaurant in Steamboat. Menu features authentic Mexican dishes made from the freshest ingredients. We offer more than 100 varieties of tequila, and our margaritas are handmade. Our Friendly staff makes every meal a special occasion. Perfect for families and large parties. Come experience a locals’ favorite. Open daily 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Sister restaurant to Vaqueros Mexican & Taqueria, Downtown. ALL TO GO orders need to be picked up at the restaurant locaton from which they were ordered.

Savor the genuine flavors of Mexico. We serve traditional favorites like burritos, fajitas, tacos and more. Vaqueros’ menu also features ingredients from old Mexico like nopales and menudo. We use only the freshest ingredients, served in attractive, authentic surroundings. Full bar with extensive tequila selection; children’s menu. Open daily for lunch and dinner. ALL TO GO orders need to be picked up at the restaurant location from which they were ordered. S TE AM B O AT S P RI N G S VI S I TO RS ’ G U I D E | S P R IN G 2 0 1 7 | VG 57


A TASTE OF

steamboat

A longtime locals’ favorite, the Creekside Café specializes in serving breakfast and lunch all day. Highlighting the extensive menu are grass-fed Yampa Valley Beef, organic Davis Family Farms produce, pastured Mountain View pork, farm fresh eggs, homemade breads and creative jams. The Creekside’s garden patio and historic dining room are the perfect places to enjoy one of 8 types of eggs benedicts, an award-winning Bloody Mary, a green chili breakfast burrito, homemade oatmeal pancakes, corned beef hash and more.

www.creekside-cafe.com

970-879-4925 131 11th St., Downtown

Best Family Steakhouse in Steamboat • Handcrafted steaks and fresh seafood starting at $17.95 • Includes unlimited salad bar & Texas toast • 100% certified Angus beef • Specializing in USDA Prime NY, Bone-In Ribeye, Colorado Buffalo and Kobe • 5 HD TVs in Bar & 6 microbrews on tap • Extensive wine list • Happy Hour 3-6 p.m. & 9-CL every night featuring our 8 oz. steak burger for only $5 • Great for large parties • Reservations recommended • Dinner nightly 5 p.m. • Downtown on 8th Street between Lincoln & Yampa.

www.8thstreetsteakhouse.com

We have a passion for fresh, natural ingredients and a love of burgers and brews. We hand-cut our french fries and onion rings every morning, and use only all-natural Colorado beef for our delicious burgers. Specialty Burgers, Classic Burgers, Appetizers, Sandwiches, Fresh Salads, Little Grommet kids menu, Happy Hour Specials every night. NFL, NHL and UFC Packages and HD TVs, plenty of parking on Oak Street. Check out our FB page for daily specials!

www.thebackdoorgrill.com

Irish Tavern, specializing in Traditional Irish fare, juicy steaks, fresh fish and seasonal salads. Our full bar has something for everyone – from wine to our 8 beers on tap, and an extensive whiskey menu. Two Happy Hours everyday 4-6 p.m. and late night 10 p.m.-Midnight. Check out our FB page for daily specials!

970-879-3131 50 Eighth St., Downtown

970-871-7888 825 Oak St., Downtown

www.oneilstavernandgrill.com

970-879-6380 737 Lincoln Ave., Downtown

Pioneering Colorado pit BBQ in a casual family atmosphere! Ribs • Brisket • Pork www.steamboatsmokehouse.com • Turkey. Steamboat Smokehouse Barbecue uses old-fashioned low and slow cooking with hardwoods (primarily hickory) and no artificial gas or electric heat. Large cuts will 970-879-RIBS typically be cooked for 12-15 hours to the tender, almost fall-apart stage. Dine In, Takeout, Delivery and Catering. 879-RIBS (7427). 912 Lincoln Ave., Downtown

The Cantina, in historic downtown, where Chef Omar has been serving creative Mexican cuisine for more than a decade. Enjoy award-winning, fresh-squeezed margaritas – no sour mix here – choose from more than 40 tequilas. Savor signature dishes like tequilafired fajitas, Carne Asada, and cinnamon fried ice cream. Recommended by The New York Times, Denver’s 5280, HiLuxury Magazine and tripadvisor.com. Children’s menu, glutenfree and vegetarian options. Open lunch and dinner. Happy Hour 3-6 p.m. every day.

Craft Beer and Inspired Eats. With a great selection of craft beers we encourage you to branch out and try something new. Steamboat BraüHaus has 56 beers on tap and an additional 50 in cans and bottles, we promise you’ll find something you like. Community is central to who we are. Our Community Tables and Beer Garden encourage you to meet new people and become a part of our community here at Steamboat BräuHaus. Family friendly. VG 58 | ONLINE A T WWW.ST EAMBO AT CHAMBER .CO M

www.steamboatcantina.com

970-879-0826 818 Lincoln Ave., Downtown

www.steamboatbrauhaus.com

970-541-0189 2500 Village Dr., Suite 103


Wake up to wonderful. Considered a local favorite for breakfast, brunch and lunch; The Egg & I offers exceptional food, served by friendly associates. From roasting our vegetables in-house, juicing the season’s freshest fruit and serving freshly ground bottomless coffee, we 970-871-4633 take pride in the details. Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; Saturday, 6:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; and Sunday, 7:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Free Wifi, Patio Seating, Private Meeting Room, Catering 325 Anglers Dr., Between Town and the Mountain and To-Go Orders. Located behind Starbucks in Sundance@Fischcreek. www.theeggandirestaurants.com

970-879-2916 Ski Time Square, Mountain

www.scratcheatery.com

970-761-2586 700 Yampa St.

www.yamasteamboat.com

970-761-2087 at 11th and Yampa St.

www.loslocossteamboat.com

970-761-2394 Ski Time Square, Mountain next to Slopeside

www.thepit-on5th.com

970-761-2164 425 Lincoln Ave., Downtown

Hang with the Big Dogs! Slopeside Grill is where the locals hang out. From wings, brick oven pizza and nachos to salads and ribs, we have what you’re craving – plus one of the largest selections in Steamboat of Colorado craft beers on tap and in bottles. Ski-in/ski-out and heated outdoor seating make it easy to grab a quick bite and head back on the hill. Follow the crowd to Slopeside, where everyone feels like a local. “Best of the Boat” winner.

On Yampa Street in Downtown Steamboat. Opened in 2015 as a great affordable, local eatery, creating rustic mountain fare, with elk potstickers, bison short ribs, sockeye salmon, and a myriad of salads. Hand-shaken craft cocktails and chilled Colorado beers on tap and in bottles and cans. Stop by with the family to join us in a spot that’ll go easy on your paycheck and friendly enough to make you feel at home.

Enjoy a unique dining experience unlike any other in Steamboat Springs. Savor the best ingredients; seafood and shellfish flown in daily, one of a kind Colorado beef, and local vegetables. Be astounded by our cutting edge cooking techniques blending traditional Japanese flavor profiles with a simple, creative, modern approach to our menu. Enjoy YAMA’s incredible modern Japanese cuisine.

A little bit of Mexico at 7,000 ft. in the Colorado Mountains. Tacos, Tequila, Tunes and the great views of Yampa Valley bringing some traditional and unique, tasty and simple on-the-go dishes to Steamboat. Fresh squeezed juices for our Margaritas and plenty of beer from South of the Border. Great for your senses covering all the fresh ingredients and flavors from our 25-year-old recipes.

Locals’ new favorite BBQ. Our unique barbecue sauce is unlike any other and complements a range of meats. Our bar offers a large selection of tequilas and whiskeys plus we serve Absinthe. The Pit on 5th is located downtown with plenty of parking and our friendly staff welcomes large parties. Open daily 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

THE

www.slopesidegrill.com

PIT on 5TH

BBQ smoke it, eat it, share it.

www.wildplumgrocer.com

970-879-1981 Village Drive and Apres Ski Way, Mountain

The “foodie spot for Steamboat” WildPlum is a one-of-a-kind neighborhood market paradise, featuring all of the essentials, plus gourmet and specialty foods. Don’t want to cook? Our deli has you covered with pizza, hot sandwiches, bakery case and a complete menu in our prepared take-and-go case. Walk into WildPlum to appreciate the mountain modern atmosphere, well-stocked unique products and genuine service. Complete liquor store with beer, wine and liquor. Easy parking. Outdoor patio seating. S TE AM B O AT S P RI N G S VI S I TO RS ’ G U I D E | S P R IN G 2 0 1 7 | VG 59


VG 60 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Location – Map VG78

Price

No Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No No No No No Yes Yes

Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes 150 Yes 50 Yes Yes Yes No 0 Yes 200 Yes Yes 50 Yes Yes Yes Yes 100 No 60 Yes 40 Yes 25 Yes No Yes 50 Yes Yes 150 Yes Yes Yes 0 No No Yes 30 Yes 40 No 150 Yes 75 Yes Yes Yes 150 Yes Yes 36 Yes 75

C2 B3 B3 B2 B2 B2 B2 E1 B2 A3 E1 B3 B3 E1 E1 B2 B2 E2 C2 B3 E2 B3 E2 B3 E2 B3 B3 D2 D2 E1 C2 E1 E1 E1 E1 B3 F2

$ $$$ $$ $ $ $ $ $$ $$ $$ $ $$ $ $$$ $$$ $$ $$$ $ $ $ $ $$ $ $$ $ $$ $$$ $ $$ $$$ $$ $ $ $ $ $$$ $$$

Fine Dining American 50s Style Diner Fast Food Eclectic Dining American Southern Comfort Creative American Italian Pizza, Pasta Fast Food Irish Pub Food BBQ American Coffeehouse, Bakery Creative American American Bar/Grill Irish Pub Food American American Steak, Bar Menu Steaks, Seafood Pizza New American Mexican European Cafeteria American American American Bar/Grill Sushi and Asian Influence Mexican Thai, Japanese, Asian Fusion

L, D B, L B, L, D L, D D B, L L, D D, Late L, D D, Late B, L, D D, Late L, D, Bar B, L B, L D D D, Late B, L, D L L, D, Late D L, D B, L, D L, D L, D L B, L, D, Late L, D L, D L, D, Late L, D L, D

Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes No No No Yes No Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes No No No No Yes

Yes No No No No No Yes Yes No No No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No Yes No No No No Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes

Yes 150 No Yes Yes Yes 80 Yes Yes Yes Yes 65 Yes 50 Yes Yes 100 Yes 80 Yes 90 Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes 120 Yes 275 Yes Yes 50 Yes No 200 Yes Yes 100 Yes 50 Yes Yes No Yes 75

E1 F1 B3 E2 B3 A3 C2 C2 C2 B3 D2 E2 A3 F3 B2 F1 B3 B2 F3 E1 B2 D2 E2 E1 E2 E1 E1 F2 E2 E1 E1 C2 B3

$$$ $ $ $ $$ $ $ $$ $$ $$ $ $$ $ $ $ $$$ $ $$ $ $$ $$ $$$ $ $$ $ $$$ $$ $$ $$ $$ $$ $ $$

Banquet seating

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Take-out available

L, D D L, D B, L, D L, D B, L Bar L, D L, D L, D B, L L, D, Late Bar B, L, D D L, D L, D, Late B, L L, D, Late B, L L, D, Late L, D L, D L, D L, D L, D, Late D B, L L, D L, D B, L B, L B, L B, L B, L D B, L, D

Catering/Delivery

Wheelchair accessible

Asian Steakhouse New American Mexican American Deli, Sandwich Shop Bar American Pizza, Italian American Coffe Shop Pizza Brewery Tasting Room Colorado Eclectic Dining Mexican American Bagels Pizza American, Breakfast Deli Pizza, Italian Ice Cream American, Barbeque Quality Take-Home Meals American Steaks, Seafood American Mexican American, Steaks, Seafood Family, American Cafe, Bakeries Coffee Shop/Deli American, Ribs Coffee Shop International American

Outdoor seating

Reservations

720 Fusion Fresh | 720 Lincoln Ave. | http://720fusionfresh.blogspot.com/ | 562-508-1964 8th Street Steakhouse | 50 Eighth St. | www.8thstreetsteakhouse.com | 970-879-3131 Aurum Food & Wine | 811 Yampa St. | www.aurumsteamboat.com | 970-879-9500 Azteca Taqueria Inc. | 116 Ninth St. | www.aztecataqueria.com | 970-870-9980 Back Door Grill | 825 Oak St. | www.backdoorburgergrill.com | 970-871-7888 Backcountry Delicatessen | 635 Lincoln Ave. | www.backcountry-deli.com | 970-879-3617 BARley,The | 635 Lincoln Ave., courtyard | www.thebarleycolorado.com | 970-761-2195 Bear River Bar & Grill | Gondola Square | www.steamboat.com | 970-871-5163 Beau Jo’s Mountain Bistro | 704 Lincoln Ave. | www.beaujos.com | 970-870-6401 Big House Burgers | 2093 Curve Plz. | www.bighouseburgers.com | 970-870-8500 Breezeway Café at The Sheraton | 2200 Village Inn Ct. | www.sheraton.com/steamboat | 970-879-2220 Brooklynn’s Pizzeria | 57 10th St. | www.brooklynnspizzeria.com | 970-871-1000 Butcherknife Brewing Company | 2875 Elk River Rd. | www.butcherknifebrewing.com | 970-879-2337 Cabin,The | Steamboat Grand | www.steamboatgrand.com | 970-871-5550 Café Diva | 1855 Ski Time Square Dr. | www.cafediva.com | 970-871-0508 Cantina of Steamboat | 818 Lincoln Ave. | www.steamboatcantina.com | 970-879-0826 Carl’s Tavern | 700 Yampa St. | www.carlstavern.com | 970-761-2060 Colorado Bagel Company | 1815 Central Park Plz. | 970-870-9657 Colorado High 5 | 635 Lincoln Ave. | www.coloradohigh5.com/ | 970-871-0005 Creekside Café | 131 11th St. | www.creekside-cafe.com | 970-879-4925 Cruisers Sub Shop | 690 Marketplace Plz. | www.cruiserssubshop.com | 970-879-1747 Cugino’s Pizzeria | 41 Eighth St. | www.cuginosrestaurant.com | 970-879-5805 Dairy Queen/Orange Julius | 1755 Central Park Plz. | www.dairyqueensteamboat.com | 970-871-1800 Double Z BBQ, Inc. | 1124 Yampa St. | www.doublezbbq.com | 970-879-0849 Drunken Onion Get & Go Kitchen | 685 Marketplace Plz. | www.drunkenonion.com | 970-879-8423 Dude and Dan’s Bar and Grill | 1106 Lincoln Ave. | www.dudeanddans.com | 970-879-1577 E3 Chophouse | 701 Yampa St. | www.e3chophouse.com | 970-879-7167 Egg & I,The | 325 Anglers Dr. | www.theeggandirestaurants.com | 970-871-4633 Fiesta Jalisco | 445 Anglers Dr. | www.fiestajalisco.net/steamboat.htm | 970-871-6999 Four Points Lodge | Steamboat Ski Area | www.steamboat.com | 970-871-5150 Freshies | 595 S. Lincoln Ave. | www.freshiessteamboat.com | 970-879-8099 Geano’s Caffé Bar | Gondola Square | www.steamboat.com | 970-871-5150 Gondola Joe’s | Gondola Square | www.steamboat.com | 970-879-6111 Gondola Pub & Grill | Gondola Square | www.gondolapubandgrill.com | 970-879-4448 Grand Café and Gift Shop,The | Steamboat Grand | www.steamboatgrand.com | 970-871-5557 Harwigs & L’Apogée | 911 Lincoln Ave. | www.harwigs.com | 970-879-1919 Haymaker Patio Grill | 34855 East U.S. 40 | www.steamboat.com/things-to-do/dining-details/haymaker-patio-grill.aspx | 970-879-1265 Hazie’s | Steamboat Ski Area | www.steamboat.com/things-to-do/dining-details/hazies.aspx | 970-871-5150 Iron Waffle Coffee Company | 2500 Village Dr. | www.theironwaffle.com/ | 218-851-2078 Johnny B. Good’s Diner | 738 Lincoln Ave. | www.johnnybgoodsdiner.com | 970-870-8400 KFC / Taco Bell | 625 Snapdragon Way | 970-879-7618 Laundry | 127 11th St. | www.thelaundryrestaurant.com | 970-870-0681 Lil’ House Country Biscuits & Coffee | 2093 B Curve Plz. | www.lilhousebiscuits.com | 970-870-8500 Low Country Kitchen | 435 Lincoln Ave. | www.lowrestaurant.com | 970-761-2693 Mahogany Ridge Brewery and Grill | 435 Lincoln Ave. | www.mahoganyridgesteamboat.com | 970-879-3773 Mambo Italiano | 521 Lincoln Ave. | www.mambos.com | 970-870-0500 Mazzola’s Italian Restaurant | 917 Lincoln Ave. | www.mazzolas.com | 970-879-2405 McDonald’s of Steamboat Springs | 1150 S. Lincoln Ave. | www.mccolorado.com/12206 | 970-879-0247 McKnights Irish Pub & Loft | 690 Marketplace Plz. | www.mcknightsirishpub.com | 970-879-7881 Moe’s Original Bar B Que | 1898 Kamar Plz. | www.moesoriginalbbq.com/lo/steamboat/ | 970-879-1615 Moose Café | 115 W. Park Ave. | 970-724-9987 Mountain Brew | 427 Oak St. | www.mountainbrewsteamboat.com | 970-879-7846 Mountain Comfort Food and Spirits,The | 2500 Village Dr. | www.eatatthemountain.com | 970-879-5800 Mountain Tap Brewery | 910 Yampa St. | www.mountaintapbrewery.com | 970-879-6646 O’Neil’s Tavern & Grill | 737 Lincoln Ave., downstairs | www.oneilstavernandgrill.com | 970-879-6380 Oak Tree Inn/Penny’s Diner | 98 Moffat Ave. | www.oaktreeinn.com | 970-638-1000 Oasis,The | 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. | www.steamboat.com | 970-871-5150 Old Town Pub & Restaurant | 600 Lincoln Ave. | www.theoldtownpub.com | 970-879-2101 Ore House at The Pine Grove,The | 1465 Pine Grove Road | www.orehouse.com | 970-879-1190 Papa Murphy’s Take’N’Bake Pizza | 1809 Central Park Dr. | www.papamurphys.com | 970-439-1793 Paramount,The | Torian Plaza | www.theparamountcolorado.com | 970-879-1170 Qdoba Mexican Grill | 1755 Central Park Dr. | www.qdoba.com | 970-879-7610 Ragnar’s | 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. | www.steamboat.com | 970-871-5150 Rendezvous Food Court | 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. | www.steamboat.com | 970-879-6111 Rex’s American Grill & Bar | 3190 S. Lincoln Ave. | www.rexsgrill.com | 970-870-0438 Rusted Porch,The | 690 Marketplace Plz. | www.therustedporch.com | 970-879-1455 Saddles Bar & Grill at The Sheraton | 2200 Village Inn Ct. | www.sheraton.com/steamboat | 970-879-2220 Sake2U | 609 Yampa St. | www.sake2u.com/#sake2u | 970-870-1019 Salt & Lime | 628 Lincoln Ave. | www.suckalime.com | 970-871-6277 Sambi Canton | 941 Lincoln Ave. | www.sambicanton.com | 970-870-9988

Kid friendly

Affordability ratings: $= entrees up to $10; $$= entrees up to $20; $$$= entrees $21 and up

Meals served

* LISTING INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE STEAMBOAT SPRINGS CHAMBER RESORT ASSOCIATION

Cuisine type

DINING GUIDE


Price

L, D, Late

Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes 100 B2

L Bar L, D L, D D L L, D, Late D L, D L L, D L, D D B, L L, D

Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No

No No No No No No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No Yes

No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

No No No No No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No

Banquet seating

C2 $$ E1 $$$ B2 $ B2 $ F2 $$$ E1 $$ E1 $$ D2 $ F1 $ C2 $ A3 $ B3 $

No Yes No No Yes No No No No No No No

Take-out available

Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Catering/Delivery

$

Outdoor seating

Location – Map VG78

Wheelchair accessible

B3

Reservations

No No Yes No No No

Kid friendly

Happy Hour, Late L, D B, D B, L L, D, Late D L, D, Late L, D, Late B, L L, D B, L B, L L, D

Meals served

Cuisine type Schmiggity’s | 821 Lincoln Ave. | www.schmiggitys.com | 970-879-4100 Night Club, Bar Scratch of Steamboat | 700 Yampa St. | www.scratcheatery.com | 970-761-2586 Eclectic American Sevens Restaurant at The Sheraton | 2200 Village Inn Ct. | www.sheraton.com/steamboat | 970-879-2220 American Shack Café,The | 740 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-9975 American Skull Creek Greek | 635 S. Lincoln Ave. | www.skullcreekgreek.com | 970-879-1339 Greek Sleighride Dinner at Haymaker | 34855 East U.S. 40 | www.steamboat.com | 970-871-5150 American Slopeside Grill | 1855 Ski Time Square Dr. | www.slopesidegrill.com | 970-879-2916 Italian, American Soda Creek Pizza Company, Inc. | 1585 Mid Valley Dr. | www.sodacreekpizza.com | 970-871-1111 Pizza Starbucks Coffee | 225 Anglers Dr. | www.starbucks.com | 970-871-1303 Coffeehouse Steamboat Brau Haus | 2500 Village Dr. | www.steamboatbrauhaus.com | 970-541-0189 Pub and Grill Steamboat Coffee House | 635 Lincoln Ave. | 970-871-7887 Café/ Coffee House Steamboat Coffee Roasters | 2851 Riverside Plz. | www.steamboatcoffee.com | 970-879-3100 Coffeehouse Steamboat Meat & Seafood Company | 1030 Yampa St. | www.steamboatseafood.com | 970-879-3504 Specialty Food, Seafood & Prime Meats Steamboat Smokehouse | 912 Lincoln Ave. | www.steamboatsmokehouse.com | 970-879-7427 Smoked BBQ, American, Catering Stoker Bar & Restaurant | Steamboat Ski Area | www.steamboat.com | 970-879-6111 American Storm Peak Brewing Company | 1744 Lincoln Ave. | www.stormpeakbrewing.com | 970-879-1999 Brewery Tasting Room Sumatera | 1104 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-2929 Pacific Rim Cuisine Sunpies Bistro | 735 Yampa Ave. | www.sunpies.com | 970-870-3360 American, Bar Sunset Happy Hour | 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. | www.steamboat.com | 970-879-6111 Appetizers T Bar at Steamboat | 2045 Ski Time Square Dr. | 970-367-6018 American, Bar Tap House Sports Grill | 729 Lincoln Ave. | www.thetaphouse.com | 970-879-2431 American Sports Grill Three Peaks Grill | 2165 Pine Grove Road | www.threepeaksgrill.com | 970-879-3399 Steak, Seafood Thunderhead Food Court | Steamboat Ski Area | www.steamboat.com | 970-879-6111 Cafeteria Thunderhead Red’s Bar | 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. | www.steamboat.com | 970-879-6111 Cocktails, Cold Beer, Apps Truffle Pig Restaurant & Market | 2250 Apres Ski Way | www.trufflepigrestaurant.com | 970-879-7470 Contemporary Americana Vaqueros Mexican Restaurant & Taqueria | 730 Lincoln Ave. | www.vaquerosmexican.net | 970-879-7570 Mexican Western BBQ | Steamboat Ski Area | www.steamboat.com | 970-871-5150 Western Winona’s | 617 Lincoln Ave. | www.winonassteamboat.com | 970-879-2483 Fresh Deli, Bakery Yama | 1110 Yampa St. | www.yamasteamboat.com | 970-761-2087 Sushi and Asian Influence

Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes 150 Yes Yes No No Yes Yes 0

Yes 100 No Yes Yes 50 No 0 Yes 0 Yes 100 No 200 Yes 400 No Yes 200 Yes No 200 Yes No

$$

E1 $$ A3 $ B3 $$ B3 $ E1 $ E1 $ B2 $ E2 $$$ E1 $$ E1 $$ E1 $$$ B2 $ E1 $$$ B2 $ E1 $$

Y o ur f u l l s e r v i c e p a r t ne r s i n R e a l E s t a t e Brokerage, Rentals, a n d L ux ur y H o m e C a r e .

TM

You are no longer a person moving a pawn, and you haven’t entered an ordinary room! You are players in the story. Only you can decide – which move is next? This interactive entertainment concept is taking the U.S. by storm. But no one does it quite like The Crooked Key! Search for clues, solve puzzles, and work with your teammates to escape in 60 minutes or less. 5th and Lincoln Ave. next to Mahogany Ridge Brewery 970-367-7619 crookedkey.com

www.sstre.com

970 846 6293

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 61


Dining •

Alpenglow Condominiums | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com B2 $$$/NR Alpenglow Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com B2 $$$/NR Antlers, The | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Aspen Crest | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E2 $$$/EX Aspen Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Bear Claw I | B.R.E.O. | 970-879-6100 | 800-232-7252 | www.destinationsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Bear Claw II | B.R.E.O. | 970-879-6100 | 800-232-7252 | www.destinationsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Bear Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$/EX Bronze Tree | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com E1 $$$/EX Burgess Creek Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com E1 $/EX Canyon Creek | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Cascades at EagleRidge | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E2 $/EX Champagne Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Chateau Chamonix | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Christie Club | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Cimarron Townhomes | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX ClockTower Penthouses | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$/VG Columbine Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 888-672-6938 | 800-509-9578 | www.steamboat-springs.com D1 $$/VG Cornerstone | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com E2 $$/EX CrossTimbers at Steamboat | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com E1 $$$/EX Dulany at the Gondola | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Eagle Ridge Lodge & Townhomes | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E2 $$$/EX Edgemont | B.R.E.O. | 970-871-9100 | 877-607-EDGE | www.destinationsteamboat.com E1 $$$$/EX Elk Run Townhomes | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $/EX Emerald Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Enclave Townhomes | Steamboat Lodging Properties | 970-879-8161 | 800-641-3115 | www.steamboatlodgingproperties.com F1 $$/EX Evergreen Townhomes | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E2 $$$/EX First Tracks | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E2 $$/EX Giant View | 877-824-5734 | www.giantview.com $/EX Gondola Square | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com E1 $$/VG Herbage | Condos in Steamboat | 970-879-5351 | 800-8201886 | www.condosinsteamboat.com E1 $/NR Highmark Steamboat Springs | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-2525 | 877-879-6555 | www.highmarksteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Hillsider Condominiums | Retreatia | 800-848-1960 | www.retreatia.com E1 Howelsen Place | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com B2 $$$/EX Ironwood Townhomes | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$/EX Kutuk | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX La Casa | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Legacy Vacation Resorts Steamboat Springs | 970-879-1211 | 970-879-2900 | www.legacyvacationresorts.com D2 $-$$/VG Lodge at Steamboat, The | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E1 $$$/EX Meadows at EagleRidge | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com E2 $$/EX Moraine Townhomes | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700| 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com E2 $/VG Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com E2 $-$$$$/VG-EX Mountaineer at Steamboat | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com E1 $$/EX VG 62 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Fishing

Kitchen • • • • • • • • • •

✽ summer only

Fireplace • • • • • • • • • • • •

Horseback Riding Pool

Pets

• • • • • •

• • •

• • • • •

✽ summer only

✽ hot springs pass

Ski in and/or Ski out Pool

• •

Hot tub

Minimum Stay

• • • • • • • • • • • • •

Fireplace

For more about ratings in this guide see VG 66

Map VG 78

Condominiums and Townhomes

8 7 18 15 18 8 70 18

Price/ Quality

For more about ratings in this guide, see VG 66

Aspen View Lodge | 844-881-6292 | www.aspenviewlodge.com Bella Vista | 970-879-4449 | www.steamboat1.com CR Summit | Steamboat Springs | 970-879-6201 | www.crsummit.com Elk River Guest Ranch | Clark | 970-879-1946 | www.elkrivergr.com Glen Eden Resort | Clark | 970-879-3907 | 800-882-0854 | www.glenedenresort.com High Tide Ranch | Steamboat Springs | 970-879-1663 | www.hightideranch.com Home Ranch, The | Clark | 970-205-9049 | www.homeranch.com Moving Mountains | Steamboat Springs | 877-624-2538 | www.movingmountains.com Pack Country Outfitters at Fish and Cross Ranch | 970-638-1064 | www.packcountryoutfitters.com Pinnacle Resort Management | 970-879-0600 | 866-992-0600 | www.theporches.com Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Steamboat Springs KOA | 970-879-0273 | www.koa.com/campgrounds/steamboat-springs Strawberry Park Hot Springs Cabins | Steamboat Springs | 970-879-0342 | www.strawberryhotsprings.com Trappers Lake Lodge & Resort | 970-878-3336 | www.trapperslake.com A1 Vista Verde Guest Ranch | Clark | 970-879-3858 | 800-526-RIDE | www.vistaverde.com

Miles from Steamboat

Cabins and Guest Ranches

* LISTING INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE STEAMBOAT SPRINGS CHAMBER RESORT ASSOCIATION

Map VG 78

LODGING GUIDE

• • • •

• • • • • • •

* * • • • • • • •

• •

• • • • •

• • • • • •

• • • • •

* • • • • • • * • * • • • * • •

• • • • • • • • • • • * • • • * • • • • • • • • •

• • •


F2 E1 E2 E2 E1

$/EX $$/EX $$$/EX $$/EX $/VG

$$/EX $$$/EX $$/EX $$$/EX $$$/EX

✽ summer only

✽ hot springs pass

Hot tub

• • • •

• • • • • •

• • * • • • • • • • • •

• • • •

• • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • • • • • •

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

• • • • •

* • •

• • • • •

Pets

Fireplace • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Ski in and/or Ski out Pool

Price/ Quality $$$-$$$$/EX $/NR $/NR $$/VG $$$/EX $$$$/EX $$/EX $/EX $-$$$/VG-EX $$/EX $$$$/EX $/EX $/VG $-$$$$/VG/EX $/EX $/EX $/EX $$/EX $$/EX $/EX $$$$/EX $$-$$$/VG-EX $$/VG $/VG $/VG $/VG $$/EX $$$/EX $$$$/EX $-$$$/VG-EX $$-$$$/EX $$$/EX $/VG $$/VG $$/VG $$/EX $/EX $/VG $/VG $$/EX $/EX $$/EX $$$/EX $$$$/EX $$$$/EX $$$/EX $$/EX

B2 F2 D2 E1 F2 B3 F1

Hot tub/ Jacuzzi

Alpine Rose* | 970-879-1528 | 888-879-1525 | www.alpinerosesteamboat.com Fairfield Inn & Suites | 970-870-9000 | 800-228-2800 | www.marriott.com/sbsfi The Hampton Inn & Suites | 970-871-8900 | 800-909-6285 | www.steamboatspringssuites.hamptoninn.com Highmark Steamboat Springs | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-2525 | 877-879-6555 | www.highmarksteamboat.com Holiday Inn Steamboat | 970-879-2250 | 800-654-3944 | www.steamboathi.com Hotel Bristol | 970-879-3083 | 800-851-0872 | www.steamboathotelbristol.com Inn at Steamboat | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-2600 | 800-872-2601 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

Pool

* This property offers bed and breakfast

Cooking Units

Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, Inns

E2 E1 F1 E1 C2 E1 E1 D2 E2 E2 E1 F2 D1 E2 E1 E1 E2 F2 E1 F2 E1 D2 E1 E1 E1 E1 E1 E1 E1 F1 E1 E2 E1 E1 E1 E1 E1 F1 E1 E2 F1 F1 E1 E1 E2 E1 E1

Map VG 78

Moving Mountains | 877-624-2538 | www.movingmountains.com Mt. Werner Lodge | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 888-672-6938 | www.steamboat-springs.com Northstar Condominiums | Vacation Resorts Intl. | 970-879-9634 | 866-469-8222 | www.vriresorts.com Norwegian Log | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Olympian Condominiums, The | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com One Steamboat Place | 970-870-5100 | 800-966-9433 | www.onesteamboatplace.com Phoenix at Steamboat, The | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Pines, The | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Porches, The | Pinnacle Resort Management | 970-879-0600 | 866-992-0600 | www.theporches.com Ptarmigan House | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Quail Run | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Ranch at Steamboat, The | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Resort Group | 970-879-8700 | www.resortgroup.com Ridge Townhomes | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Ridgecrest Condominiums | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Rockies Condominiums | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Saddle Creek Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Scandinavian Lodge & Condominiums | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Shadow Run | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Sheraton Resort Village Inn Condos | 970-879-2220 | 800-848-8877 | www.sheratonsteamboatresort.com Simply Steamboat | 970-870-3397 | 888-870-3397 | www.simplysteamboat.com Ski Inn | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Ski Ranch | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Ski Time Square | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Ski Trail Condominiums | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Snow Flower | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Spa at Storm Meadows | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Steamboat Grand, The | 970-871-5500 | 877-306-2628 | www.steamboatgrand.com Steamboat Lodging Properties | 970-879-8161 | 800-641-3115 | www.steamboatlodgingproperties.com Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 866-836-8957 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Stonewood | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Storm Meadows at Christie Base | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Storm Meadows Club | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Storm Meadows East Slopeside | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Storm Meadows Townhomes | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Storm Watch | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 888-672-6938 | www.steamboat-springs.com Sunburst Condominiums | Vacation Resorts Intl. | 970-879-9634 | 866-469-8222 | www.vriresorts.com Sunrise Condominiums | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 888-672-6938 | www.steamboat-springs.com Terraces at EagleRidge | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Thunder Mtn. Condominiums | Vacation Resorts Intl. | 970-879-9634 | 866-469-8222 | www.vriresorts.com Timber Run | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Timberline Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Torian Plum | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Trailhead Lodge at Wildhorse Meadows | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Trails at Storm Meadows | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Trappeur’s Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Village at Steamboat | Wyndham Vacation Resorts Steamboat Springs | 800-989-6901 | www.extraholidays.com Villas at Walton Creek | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Waterford | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com Waterstone at EagleRidge | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com West, The | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com Winterwood Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Yampa View | Steamboat Resorts | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

Price/ Quality

For more about ratings in this guide, see VG 66

Map VG 78

Condominiums and Townhomes

• •

• • • • •

• • • • • • •

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 63


$/VG-EX $$$-$$$$/EX $$/EX $-$$$$/G-EX $-$$$$/G-EX $-$$$/VG-EX

6

• • • • • • • •

Pets

• • • • • • • • • •

$$/EX $$$/VG $/EX $/EX $$$$/EX $$$$/EX $/EX $/EX $$$$/EX

• • * • • • •

Pets

Hot tub/ Jacuzzi

• • • • • * *

Fireplace

Giant View | 877-824-5734 | www.giantview.com Mariposa Lodge | 970-879-1467 | 800-578-1467 | www.steamboatmariposa.com Moving Mountains | 877-624-2538 | www.movingmountains.com Pinnacle Resort Management | 970-879-0600 | 866-992-0600 | www.theporches.com Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com Resort Group | 970-879-8700 | www.resortgroup.com Royal Flush House | 303-910-1108 | www.royalflushhouse.com Steamboat Lodging Properties | 970-879-8161 | 800-641-3115 | www.steamboatlodgingproperties.com

Pool

A2 E2 E2 E2 E2 F1 F1

For more about ratings in this guide see below

• • •

Hot tub/ Jacuzzi

Houses and Duplexes

Cooking Units

A2 B3 E1 F2 C2 E1 E1 F2 F2 E1

Number of rooms

Mariposa Lodge* | 970-879-1467 | 800-578-1467 | www.steamboatmariposa.com Nordic Lodge Motel | 970-879-0531 | 800-364-0331 | www.nordiclodgeofsteamboat.com Oak Tree Inn | Penny’s Diner – Yampa | 970-638-1000 | www.oaktreeinn.com Ptarmigan Inn | 970-879-1730 | 800-538-7519 | www.steamboat-lodging.com Quality Inn & Suites | 970-879-6669 | www.steamboat-hotel.com Rabbit Ears Motel | 970-879-1150 | 800-828-7702 | www.rabbitearsmotel.com Sheraton Steamboat Resort | 970-879-2220 | 800-848-8877 | www.sheratonsteamboatresort.com Steamboat Grand, The | 970-871-5500 | 877-306-2628 | www.steamboatgrand.com Steamboat Hotel | 970-879-5230 | www.steamboathotel.net Steamboat Mountain Lodge | 970-871-9121 | 877-245-6343 | www.steamboatmountainlodge.com Victorian Bed & Breakfast, The* | 970-879-7781 | www.thevictorian-bedandbreakfast.com

Price/ Quality

* This property offers bed and breakfast

Map VG 78

Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, Inns

Price/ Quality

* LISTING INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE STEAMBOAT SPRINGS CHAMBER RESORT ASSOCIATION

Map VG 78

LODGING GUIDE

• • • • • •

• •

Property Management Companies Axis West Management & Realty 1585 Mid Valley Dr. 970-879-8171 www.axiswestrealty.com

Central Park Management

Four Seasons Property Management 970-819-2728 www.fourseasonssteamboat.com

InvitedHome

Pioneer Ridge

Steamboat Lodging Properties

2150 Resort Dr. Ste. 200 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 www.steamboat-springs.com

3275 Snowflake Circle 970-879-8161 | 800-641-3115 www.steamboatlodgingproperties.com

The Porches/ Pinnacle Resort Management

Steamboat Springs Timeshare Rentals 877-815-4227 www.sellmytimesharenow.com

800 Weiss Dr., Ste A 970-879-3294 | 866-439-6464 www.centralparkmgmt.com

970-367-7275 www.invitedhome.com

Kamar, Inc.

2096 Indian Summer Dr. 970-879-0600 | 866-992-0600 www.theporches.com

Colorado Commercial Services

1821 Kamar Plaza, Unit 4 970-879-2591

Simply Steamboat

970-290-5314 www.turnkeyvr.com

1169 Hilltop Pkwy., Ste 206B 970-870-3397 | 888-870-3397 www.simplysteamboat.com

WorldMark, The Club – Village At Steamboat

Steamboat Association Management

900 Pine Grove Circle 970-879-2931 www.worldmarktheclub.com

2130 Resort Dr., Ste 250 970-875-2899 www.resortgroup.com

CR Summit 33255 Creek Summit Lane 970-879-6201 www.crsummit.com

Dawes & Associates 2145 Resort Dr. 970-879-9124

Mountain Resorts 2150 Resort Dr., Ste 100 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 www.mtn-resorts.com

Moving Mountains 445 Anglers Dr. Suite 1-B 877-624-2538 www.movingmountains.com

675 Snapdragon Way, Ste. 100 970-875-2800 www.steamboatassociations.com

Steamboat Central Reservations

Turnkey Vacation Rentals

Steamboat Resorts 1847 Ski Time Square Dr. 970-879-8000 | 800-525-5502 www.wvrsteamboat.com

1475 Pine Grove Rd., Ste 202 970-879-0740 | 877-237-2628 www.steamboat.com/plan-vacation/lodging

Most of the lodging facilities available through Steamboat Central Reservations have been assigned quality ratings by an independent rating service. Properties are first placed in price categories of Premium ($$$$), Expensive ($$$), Moderate ($$) or Economy ($) based on regular season rates. A random sample of units/rooms from each property is then inspected and assigned a quality rating designation of Excellent (EX),Very Good (VG), Good (G) or Fair (F). Properties that are not part of Steamboat Central Reservations are not rated.The rating designation assigned represents the overall quality of the furnishings, materials and maintenance. Properties are compared to one another within the same price categories. Standards of quality are Steamboat-based, although national standards are taken into consideration in order to form a baseline. Conditions of the property may have changed since the time of inspection. VG 64 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM


OUTDOORS GUIDE Key

* CHECK WITH LOCAL U.S. FOREST SERVICE OFFICES REGARDING TRAIL OPENING DATES. IN SPRING, MAKE CERTAIN TRAILS ARE DRY BEFORE USING. HIKERS AND BIKERS SHOULD AVOID ANY TRAIL WHERE THEIR FOOTPRINTS OR TIRE TRACKS REMAIN VISIBLE ON THE WET GROUND.

l■

U.S. Forest Service Trails

4.5 miles roundtrip | Starting elevation 7,000 ft. | Highest point 7,400 ft. | Hikers beware of heavy bike traffic Trailhead is not marked. Take Routt County Road 129 and park in the Mad Creek Trailhead parking lot. Walk back down Routt County Road 129 approx. 400 yards to NFSR 128 on your left. About 0.5 miles up, the hot springs trail cuts off to the right. Strawberry Park Hot Springs are private: admission is charged to access the springs. Mandatory winter elk closure Des. 1-April 15. Popular mountain bike trail. USGS: Mad Creek; Trails Illustrated: #117

■◆

5.4 miles roundtrip | Starting elevation 7,680 ft. | Highest point 9,950 ft. | Single track From the junction of Fish Creek Falls Road and Amethyst Drive (Routt County Road 36), go 6.25 miles to the Bear Creek Trailhead parking lot. The lower part of Lower Bear Trail to FSR 314 is one of the earliest trails to dry out because of its relatively low elevation trailhead. The Lower Bear Trail climbs through scrub oak and aspen and had good views of the Flat Tops and dead ends in Summit Park. Voluntary winter elk closure Dec. 1-April 15. USGS: Rocky Peak;Trails Illustrated #117

12.6 miles roundtrip | Starting elevation 6,780 ft. | Highest point 9,000 ft. | Single track Take Routt County Road 129 approx. 6 mi. to the small Red Dirt Trailhead parking lot. Red Dirt Trail is one of the earliest trails to dry out because of its relatively low elevation trailhead. Hikers may use Red Dirt Trail to access Saddle Trail #1140, Ditch Creek Trail #1099, and Swamp Park/Mad Creek Trail #1100. Bikers can ride an out-and-back ride on Red Dirt Trail to the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area Boundary or bike the 6-mile loop described in the Swamp Park/Mad Creek Trail description. Mandatory winter elk closure Dec. 1-April 15.

3 miles roundtrip to 20 miles point-to-point | Starting elevation southern trailhead 6,770 ft. | Highest point 9,720 ft. | Single track Take Routt County Road 129 for approx. 5 mi. to the large Mad Creek Trailhead parking lot. Swamp Park Trail is one of earliest trails to dry out because of relatively low elevation and because is south-facing. For hikers and bikers, a 3-mile out-and-back goes from the Mad Creek Trailhead to the old farmstead 6-miles loop begins at Mad Creek Trailhead, follows Swamp Park Trail #1100 to Saddle Trail #1140 to Red Dirt Trail #1171 to Elk River Road (RCR 129) back to Mad Creek Trailhead. Southern trailhead has a mandatory winter elk closure Dec. 1April 15. USGS: Mad Creek, Rocky Peak, Floyd Peak, Farwell Mountain; Trails Illustrated: #116 and #117

Horseback Riding

Cross Country Trails

Hiking Trails

Snowshoe Trails

Mountain Biking

LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY KEY:

l Easier ■ Moderate ■◆ More Difficult ◆ Difficult

Bear Creek/Lower Bear Trail #1206

■◆

Coulton Creek Loop

Hot Springs Trail #1169

Red Dirt Trail #1171

13 miles roundtrip | Starting elevation 7,640 ft. | Highest point 8,600 ft. | Single track Take Routt County Rd. 129 to Routt County Rd. 64 and continue east for about 4 mi. to NFSR 429 on left. Take Coulton Creek Trail # 1188 about 5 mi. north to Cutover Trail # 1188A. Follow Trail #1188A east for about 1 mi. to Hinman Creek/Scotts Run Trail #1177. Take trail #1177 south for 1 mi. to NFSR 430, then follow this road south about 2 mi. to Routt County Rd. 64 about 2 mi. west back to trailhead #1188. USGS: Farwell Mountain; Trails Illustrated #116

Sarvis Creek Trail #1105

Fish Creek Falls Recreation Area

l

0.4 to 15 miles roundtrip | Starting elevation 7,440 ft. | Highest point 10,090 ft. | Single track Turn north from Lincoln Avenue (U.S. 40) on Third Street and continue one block. Turn right onto Fish Creek Falls Road and follow for 3 mi. until road deadends in Forest Service parking lot. Three different trail options:

l

Fish Creek Falls Overlook Trail – 0.3 mi. from upper parking lot; paved, fairly flat, wheelchair accessible, with photo vantage points.

l

Uranium Mine Trail – 1.45 mi., approx. 500 ft. elevation change, popular year-round, with vantage points of Fish Creek Falls and watershed.

l■ Fish Creek Trail #1102 – 0.2 mi. to foot bridge and great view of first waterfall, 2.1 mi. to second waterfall, 6 mi. to Long Lake, and 7.6 mi. to trail #1101. Snowshoes are recommended in winter and early spring. Use is heavy in summer/fall and moderate in spring/ winter. USGS: Steamboat Springs, Mount Werner, Trails Illustrated; #118

5 miles roundtrip | Starting elevation 7,000 ft. | Highest point 7,840 ft. | Located in Sarvis Creek Wilderness Follow Routt County Road 18 past Stagecoach Reservoir dam approx. 1.7 mi. to Sarvis Creek State Wildlife Area and turn right. Follow main road 0.4 mi. to Sarvis Creek Trailhead parking lot. Most people follow trail 2.2 mi. to bridge that crosses Sarvis Creek and turn around, but trail continues to Buffalo Park Rd. (12 mi. one way). Voluntary winter elk closure De. 1-April 15 USGS: Mount Ethel; Trails Illustrated: #118

South Fork Loop #1100.3A to #1100

12 miles roundtrip | Starting elevation 7,680 ft. | Highest point: 8,400 ft. | Spectacular views of mountain peaks; follows south fork of Elk River Can be done as a loop or one way. For the loop, start at Hinman Campground. Trail exits at NFSR 433; follow it west and north to NFSR 400 and then west back to Hinman. To go one way, park at Trailhead #110 off NSFR 443 and walk downhill to Hinman. USGS Mount Ethel; Trails Illustrated #116 and #117

l

Spring Creek Trail #1160

10.5 miles roundtrip | Starting elevation 7,000 ft. | Highest Point 7,920 ft. | Within Steamboat Springs city limits Access trail at corner of Amethyst Drive and Maple Street. Follow County Road 34 0.6 mi. to reservoirs. Trail continues approx. 4 mi. to Dry Lake Campground. Popular mountain bike trail. Mandatory winter elk closure on city land Dec. 1-April 15. USGS: Steamboat Springs; Trails Illustrated; #116 and #118

Swamp Park/Mad Creek Trail #1100

l

Elk Run Trail – Stagecoach State Park

10 miles roundtrip | Starting elevation 7,212 ft. | Highest Point 7,212 ft. | Wildlife viewing, especially in late afternoon Trail begins at fishing access parking lot off Routt County Road 16 at southwest end of Stagecoach Reservoir. At about 4.5 mi., trail crosses the dam and joins Routt County Road 18. Follow RCR 18 to park road, past marina and offices, then back onto the trail until you have to veer onto RCR 16 to cross the bridge at the southwest end of the lake. In winter used fro dog sledding. USGS: Blacktail Mountain; Trails Illustrated; #118

l■◆

Emerald Mountain Trail System – City of Steamboat Springs

Multiple distances available | Starting elevation Howelsen 6,720 ft., Blackmere Drive 6,840 ft. | Highest point 8,239 ft. | Single track and Blackmere Drive Access the trail system from the 5th or 13th Street bridges across the Yampa River. More than 24 miles of non-motorized, multi-use recreational trails. These planned trails allow two-way traffic for pedestrians, bicyclists and equestrians. The trails are closed to all use when wet, but are some of the earliest trails in the area to open in the spring. USGS: Steamboat Springs; Adventure Maps; Steamboat Springs, Colorado

l■

Rotary, Ridge and Beall Trails – Bureau of Land Management 4-mile loop (Rotary, easy), 9.2 miles roundtrip (Ridge, moderate)| Starting elevation 6,800 ft. | Highest point 8,239 ft. (Ridge) | Single track From downtown Steamboat Springs, turn west on 13th Street and proceed on Routt County Road 33 (Twentymile Road) 6.5 mi. Turn left on Routt County Road 45 (Cow Creek Road) 1.1 mi. to dirt parking lot on left. Non-motorized trails are open to pedestrians, bicyclists, and equestrians. The trails are closed to all use when wet, but are some of the earliest trails to open in the spring. The Beall Trail has a mandatory elk closure Dec. 1-June 30. USGS: Steamboat Springs; Cow Creek; Trails Illustrated; #118 [trails NOT shown on Trails Illustrated map of this area]; Adventure Maps: Steamboat Springs, Colorado

S TE AM B O AT S P RI N G S VI S I TO RS ’ G U I D E | S P R IN G 2 0 1 7 | VG 65


Rabbit Ears Pass / Buffalo Pass Winter Recreation Area 7

To Walden

Wildlife Winter Range Area Nov. 15 - April 15

Mount Zirkel Wilderness

Dry Lake

1D

7

Winter Backcountry Permits Available Here

Û

alo

Buff

Ro Pass

Radio Towers

1F

1A

Û

Motorized traffic on designated routes only

Buffalo Mtn

36

1G

Fish Creek Reservoir

Fish Ck Falls

Steamboat Springs #

Steamboat Ski Area # # # # # # # # #

Lost Lake

# Fishhook Lake

" ". (

#

40 £ ¤

#

#

Mount Werner

#

##

##

1F

#

#

1A

Round Lake

Lake Elmo

# # #

#

Lake Percy

4A

#

## #

#

###

#

1G Long Lake

#

Winter Backcountry Permits Available Here

Grizzly West

1E

ad

38

Winter Elk Habitat Spring Creek Canyon Closed Nov. 15 - April 15

Û

" j

W

1D

Winter Backcountry Permit Area

" j

Summit Lake

Motorized traffic on designated routes only

To HWY 14

24

1E

Soda Mtn

" (

To Strawberry Park Hot Springs

Shawn's Trail

1H

#

#

4A

Rabbit Ears

" (

kT

ar

nP

Dumont Lake

ra il

Wildlife Winter Range Area Nov. 15 - April 15

1F

1A

ga

131

Ho

7

¬ « 7

2B

)"

1J

1D

" j

Lake Catamount

1C

5C

" j

1A

1F

" j

"" 9

j

5E

Old Columbine

North Walton Pk

40 £ ¤

Muddy Pass Lake

To Walden

14 ¬ «

5F Muddy Creek

5B

Baker Mtn

3C

)"

" j

)"

West Summit

5A

)"

)"

)" To Oak Creek

Walton Creek

3A

3B

1A

Dumont

" j

" j

)"

)"

1B

Fox Curve

Bruce's Trail

! (

5A

5D South Walton Pk

5A

Lake Agnes

1A

40 £ ¤

8

To Kremmling

Sarvis Creek Wilderness

To Buffalo Park - 7 miles Gore Pass - 22 miles

5G

! ( ! (

! (

! (

Groomed Snowmobile Route Marked with Ungroomed Snowmobile Route Marked with Non-Motorized Routes Marked with Backcountry Permit Area Designated Routes Forest Boundary VG 66 | ONLINE A T WWW.ST EAMBO AT CHAMBER .CO M

Lynx / Wildlife Corridor Voluntary Restrictions on All Winter Use Winter Backcountry Permit Area, Permit Required For All Use

" 9

" j

Parking

". " (

Closed to all use unless otherwise authorized by USFS Municipal Water Supply PLEASE Stay Off Lakes And Reservoirs

4

Non-Motorized Area Motorized Use Prohibited Motorized / Mixed Use Area Combined Commercial/ Mixed Use Area Wilderness Area Motorized Use Prohibited Camping in Muddy Creek Only

" (

0

Moffat Routt

Jackson

Columbine

! ( ! (

Larimer

! ( Cowdrey

Walden

! (

Clark Hayden

Craig

! (

! (

( Steamboat! Springs

Oak Creek !

( ! (

Yampa Rio Blanco

Garfield Eagle

NB 12/9/15

3

! (

! ( Grand

Kremmling

Granby

Summit

6 Miles

This map provides general orientation of the area, it is not meant for navigation. More detailed maps are available at the US Forest Service office in Steamboat.


OUTDOORS GUIDE Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Routes ■ 1A West Summit Loop A

3.7 miles (loop from trailhead)

Access: Travel east of Steamboat Springs on U.S. 40 approximately 13 miles to the West Summit parking area on Rabbit Ears Pass. Route description: Begin on the north side of the road. Skiing the route in a clockwise direction is less difficult, with gentler climbs and steeper descents through open and wooded areas. Views of the Yampa Valley and the Flat Tops are spectacular. The West Summit loops and surrounding terrain are the most popular skiing areas in the Hahn’s Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District.

◆ 1B West Summit Loop B

3.6 miles/5.4 miles (loop from trailhead)

Access: This route is reached by skiing counter-clockwise on 1A. Ski past the first junction with 1B and climb to the top of the ridge. At the second junction, on the ridgetop, ski 1B to the east. This route is best skied in a clockwise direction. Route description: This route has several steep ascents and descents through heavy timber and open meadows.

◆ 1C South Summit Loop

3 miles

Access: This route begins at the West Summit parking area. Park on the south side of the highway. Route description: Travel counter-clockwise for the best downhill runs. The route begins by following an old road. Woods, open meadows and some steep descents are encountered. This route connects with route 3B midway around the loop. Past this junction, the route follows the telephone lines and old highway, paralleling U.S. 40. The final portion follows the meadow edge back to the West Summit, then retraces the first segment of old road.

■ 1D Bruce’s Trail

3.1 miles

Access: Travel east of Steamboat Springs on U.S. 40 approximately 14 miles to the parking area on the north side of the highway. A short spur connects the parking lot to the main trail. Route description: Designed wide to accommodate both skating and traditional skiing techniques. The trail is machine-groomed in the early ski season. Note that dogs are not permitted when the trail is groomed. The upper loop provides easy skiing, while the lower loop has a moderate difficulty rating. The tight loop design and proximity to the highway make this trail a good choice for a ski workout, a short day, or for skiers wishing to remain relatively close to their vehicles.

◆◆ 2A Hogan Park Route

13 miles round trip

Access: Travel east of Steamboat Springs on U.S. 40 approximately 18 miles to the Walton Peak parking area. One way, 6.5 miles to the bottom of Morningside Lift. Route description: This route is recommended for experts only. If you plan to descend Mount Werner through the Steamboat Ski Area, safety straps are required. Begin on the north side of the highway just west of the large cut bank. The route crosses large open meadows and many streams. Steep ascents and descents will be encountered. During heavy snowfall or whiteout conditions, the route is very difficult to follow across the large meadows. Carry emergency/survival gear. If Morningside lift is not operating, climb 1 mile to top of lift, then descend 3 miles to ski area base.

■ 2B Fox Curve Loop

3.6 miles

Access: Travel approximately 17 miles east of Steamboat Springs on U.S. 40 to the Fox Curve parking area. The parking area is on the north side of highway. Route description: This route has varied terrain including steep ascents and descents. Use caution when crossing Walton Creek.

◆ 3A Walton Creek Loop

1.9 miles

Access: Travel east of Steamboat Springs on U.S. 40 approximately 18 miles to the Walton Creek parking area on Rabbit Ears Pass. The parking area is on the south side of the highway. Route description: Begin at the knoll south of the parking lot and follow the powerline a short distance to the west. Turn south across Walton Creek and through Walton Creek Campground. The junction of route 3B is reached in the meadow south of the campground. Past this junction, the route makes a steep ascent over a ridge and down an open slope to Walton Creek and the junction of route 3C. Follow Walton Creek back to the parking area.

◆◆ 3B Par-A-Lell Route

4.2 miles (one-way from 1A to 3A)

Access: This route can be accessed from route 1C, beginning at the West Summit parking area on the south side of the highway, or from route 3A, beginning at the Walton Creek parking area. Route description: This route connects routes 1C and 3A. Skiing it west to east provides more exciting downhill runs; skiing east to west involves more climbing, though much of it is gentle. Starting at the junction of 1C and 3B (west end), the route goes up a gentle slope and drops into a stream valley. Use caution when crossing streams and beaver ponds on this route as they may be only partially frozen. Heavy timber and open meadows.

■ 3C North Walton Peak Route

3.25 miles (one-way)/6.5 miles (loop from trailhead)

Access: Travel east of Steamboat Springs on U.S. 40 approximately 18 miles to the Walton Creek parking area. Route description: This is the most popular route for telemarking. Begin at the knoll to the south of the parking area and head southeast and downhill through the trees following route 3A. Approximately 1/2 mile from the parking area is the junction of 3A and 3C. The route crosses Walton Creek and travels through wooded areas and open meadows. It connects to Forest Road 302 and follows it to the top of North Walton Peak. Opportunities for steep runs exist on the slopes of this peak. Level of Difficulty Key:

●Easier

■Moderate

■◆More difficult

◆Difficult

◆◆Most difficult, expert only

Directory Routt National Forest | fs.fed.us/r2/mbr Hahns Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District | 970-870-2299 Yampa Ranger District | 970-638-4516

Colorado State Parks | fs.fed.us/r2/mbr/rd-yampa Stage Coach | 970-736-2436 Steamboat Lake | 970-879-3922

Colorado Avalanche Information Ctr. avalanche.state.co.us | 303-499-9650

Steamboat Ski Touring Center www.steamboatnordiccenter.com | 970-879-8180 S TE AM B O AT S P RI N G S VI S I TO RS ’ G U I D E | S P R IN G 2 0 1 7 | VG 67


OUTDOORS GUIDE Snowmobile Routes ■◆ 1A North: Continental Divide

15 miles

Location: Rabbit Ears Pass to Buffalo Pass Route description: Start at Dumont or Muddy Creek trailhead. Open meadows and dense forests. Very popular route.

■◆ 1A South: Continental Divide

26 miles

Location: Rabbit Ears Pass to Rock Creek on Gore Pass Route description: Start at Muddy Creek or Gore Pass. Longer, less crowded trail. Numerous non-maintained routes in the Gore Pass area.

■◆ 1D Buffalo Pass

8 miles

Location: Dry Lake to Buffalo Pass Route description: Limited parking at Dry Lake. Multiple use area. Crowded on lower sections with skiers and snowcats. Opens up above the switchbacks. Stay on groomed route until after switchbacks.

● 1E Grizzly Creek

8 miles

Location: Grizzly Creek Guard Station to Buffalo Pass Route description: Access Grizzly Creek from Colorado 14 in North Park. Alternative access to Buffalo Pass.

● 1F Sawmill Creek

16 miles

Location: Intersection of 1E to Rabbit Ears Pass Route description: Forms a 40-mile loop with 1A and 1E.

◆◆ 1G Round Lake Cutoff

4 miles

Location: Round Lake to 1F trail Route description: Route not groomed or maintained. Know where you’re going. Have map and compass.

■◆ 5A South Walton Peak Location: Muddy Creek or Dumont Lake to South Walton Peak Route description: Nice views as route climbs South Walton Peak. Be aware that nearby North Walton Peak is for non-motorized recreation. Additional trails are located elsewhere in the forest. Contact the U.S. Forest Service for maps and more information or visit the website: www.fs.fed.us/mbr/rd-hpbe. Source: All material supplied by the U.S. Forest Service

Backcountry Information Cross Country Ski General Information 1. Park only in designated areas. These are identified by large trailhead parking signs. 2. Skiing is recommended in areas north and south of U.S. 40 from the West Summit east to Walton Creek. 3. Ski routes are marked with blue diamonds on trees. Bamboo poles are used to mark the trail route through open areas when snow depth permits. After heavy snowfalls, the posts and poles may be covered with snow and not visible. 4. Routes are not groomed and have sections of steep ascent and descent. Skiers should have the skills to handle varied terrain and snow conditions before attempting these routes. The exception is Bruce’s Trail, which is occasionally groomed in early ski season. 5. Dogs’ feet may damage ski tracks. Dog droppings should be removed from the trail. Dogs are not allowed on Bruce’s Trail in the early season when it is groomed. Snowshoe General Information Snowshoers are welcome to use the marked cross country ski routes on Rabbit Ears Pass, but they should travel parallel to the ski tracks, not on them. Snowshoes damage ski tracks. Recommended routes for snowshoeing are Walton Peak Loop and Bruce’s Trail. Smaller loops for snowshoers may be available. Contact the USFS for details: 970-879-2299. Snowmobile General Information 1. Park only in designated areas. These are identified by large trailhead parking signs. 2. Snowmobile use areas are north and south of U.S. 40, from Walton Creek to Muddy Pass. Please respect non-motorized areas. 3. Snowmobile trails are maintained by volunteers from Routt Powder Riders. 4. Snowmobile routes are marked with orange diamonds on trees. Poles are used to mark the trail routes through open areas. 5. Snowmobiles are required to be registered annually with Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Non-Motorized Areas Two areas, the west side of Rabbit Ears Pass on U.S. 40 and an area by the Dry Lake Campground on the Buffalo Pass Road, are managed for non-motorized recreation. These areas are marked on trailhead maps and on the ground. These areas are closed to motorized users. Violations are punishable. Wilderness The Mount Zirkel Wilderness and the Sarvis Creek Wilderness are closed to snowmobiles. Violations are punishable. VG 68 | ONLINE A T WWW.ST EAMBO AT CHAMBER .CO M

6 miles


Reach for the next issue!

subscribe

steamboatmagazine.com/pages/subscribe


REAL ESTATE GUIDE Apartments Central Park Management 800 Weiss Dr. 970-879-3294 www.centralparkmgmt.com Mountain Village Apartments 1101 Mtn. Village Cir. 970-870-1719 steamboatapartments.com One Steamboat Place 2250 Après Ski Way 970-870-5100 www.onesteamboatplace.com

Appraisers Elliott Appraisal Services 732 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1472

Board of Realtors Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors 625 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4663 www.ssbr.org

Business Brokers Mountain States Business Brokers & Advisors 970-221-9950 www.msbba.com West End Plaza 2700 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-6090 westendplazasteamboat.com

Commercial Real Estate Colorado Group Realty 509 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8800 www.mybrokers.com Colorado Partners Realty Group 135 11th St. 970-870-3110 www.coloradopartners.net Commercial Property Group, The 3001 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1402 www.cpgsteamboat.com MR Realty 2150 Resort Dr. 970-879-0763 www.MRRealtySteamboat.com Ski Town Commercial Real Estate 729 Pine St. 970-871-0002 www.skitowncommercial.com Steamboat Group Real Estate, The 32 10th St. 970-819-6930 steamboatsprings-realestate.com

West End Plaza 2700 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-6090 westendplazasteamboat.com

Land and Ranch Real Estate Colorado Group Realty 509 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8800 www.mybrokers.com Steamboat Real Estate – Mitch Clemenston 620 Oak St. 970-879-5000x12 www.steamboatrealestate.com

West End Plaza 2700 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-6090 westendplazasteamboat.com

Mortgage Brokers Alpine Bank Mortgage 1901 Pine Grove Rd. 877-886-3171 www.alpinebank.com Centennial Bank & Trust 635 Marketplace Plz. 970-870-9990 www.centennialbanking.com Fidelity Mortgage Kathryn Pedersen 465 Anglers Dr. 970-761-2245 www.bayequityhomeloans.com Mountain Valley Bank 2201 Curve Plz. 970-870-6550 www.bankmvb.com Wells Fargo Home Mortgage 320 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8586 www.wfhm.com/lynn-reiff Yampa Valley Bank 600 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2993 www.yampavalleybank.com

Real Estate Agents Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties

350 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8814 coldwellbankersteamboat.com Janalee Adams 970-620-6597 Dusty Atkinson 970-846-7687 Karen Beauvais 970-846-8814 Mix Beauvais 970-846-8448 Judy Bingham 970-210-7360 Nancy Blank 303-253-0582 Sebastian Bradley 603-630-3575 Lee Calihan 312-296-1056 Laura Frey 970-734-4831 Vicki Jackson 970-846-9126 Di James 970-846-9006 John James 970-846-0797 Catherine Lykken 970-734-5909 Roy Mcnally 970-326-6566 Yvonne Mcnally 970-326-8346 Dave Moloney 970-846-5050 Lorraine Morrison 970-819-3115 Steve Novack 970-846-3060 Sharon Pace Ward 970-846-3480 Megan Riordan 970-333-4643 Greg Rudolph 970-846-9955

VG 70 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Gabriele Seide 970-819-9891 Ashley Shipman 970-629-8218 Dan Shores 970-846-3860 Mike Shuttleworth 970-846-8692 John Tomasini 303-718-7907 Robert Yazbeck 970-846-7685

Colorado Group Realty 509 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8800 www.mybrokers.com Mary Anderson 970-870-8800 Joe Armstrong 970-846-7441 Todd Asbury 970-846-4621 Mike Autrey 970-846-8183 Kasha Banas 970-870-8800 Dave Barns 970-819-5169 Michelle Barns 970-846-4220 Sharon Beaupre 970-846-8257 Kelly Becker 970-870-8800 Tim Boehm 970-870-8800 Troy Brookshire 970-846-2356 Amy Brown 970-870-8800 Reall Colbenson 970-875-2932 Kelly Conway 970-870-8800 Coleman Cook 970-846-5086 Kevin Dietrich 970-389-6745 Martin Dragnev 970-291-9412 Matt Eidt 970-819-0827 Joanne Erickson 970-819-0755 Lee Findell 970-846-0695 Randi Fox 970-819-5916 Vonnie Frentress 970-846-4372 Peter Guarnero 970-870-8800 Shelby Guettich 970-870-8800 Randall Hannaway 970-846-2104 Dave Hartley 970-846-3281 Donna Mae Hoots 970-846-1823 Nancy Jarchow 970-846-1473 Matt Kauffman 970-870-8800 Dean Laird 970-846-8284 Mike Lewis 970-846-5596 Kristin Lile 970-870-8800 Kara Mann 970-870-8800

Sandi Martin 970-819-6556 Cindy McCarty 970-870-8800 Rusty McRight 409-670-8520 Nick Metzler 970-846-8811 Chris Paoli 970-819-1432 Dan Picaro 970-870-8800 Eliese Pivarnik 970-819-6372 Mike Pivarnik 970-870-8800 Tom Ptach 970-846-6964 Joy Rasmussen 970-846-8678 Kenny Reisman 970-846-5101 Marne Roberts 970-846-1868 Chris Sias 310-344-5458 Shelley Standford 970-846-2991 Bo Stempel 970-819-1123 Sue Stempel 970-819-0981 Bert Svendsen 970-870-8800 Marci Valicenti 970-846-9224 Tom Valicenti 970-846-2859 Ashley Walcher 970-870-8800 Beth Walsh 970-846-7032 Katie Weeks 970-870-8800 Paul Weese 970-870-8800 Ronald Wendler 970-846-7500 Nancy Westphale 970-846-0504 Jessica Whalen 970-875-2911 Amy J. Williams 970-846-8601 Pete Wither 970-846-1867 Scott Wither 970-846-5898

Commercial Property Group, The

MR Realty

2150 Resort Dr. 970-879-0763 www.MRRealtySteamboat.com Kathy Connell 970-846-3746 Ken Schomaker 970-879-0763

RE/MAX Partners 155 Anglers Dr. 970-819-4897

steamboatrealestatepartners.com

Chuck Armbruster 970-846-5655 Steve Asbury 970-879-7653 Angela Ashby 970-819-4897 Stephan Baden 970-846-8575 Ryan Barclay 970-846-8101 Michael Buckley 970-846-5761 Dylan Davidson 970-879-7653 Dan Emert 970-819-4948 Diane Emert 970-846-5404 Michelle Garner 970-819-7017 Suellyn Godino 970-846-9967 Joan Hart 970-879-7653 Christi Herbert 970-879-7653 Robyn Higginbotham 970-879-7653 Karen Hughes 970-846-4841 Kim Kreissig 970-846-4250 Brett Morganti 303-248-6105 Wayne Ranieri 970-846-1002 Ryan Ross 678-472-7702 Christian Talli 970-879-7653 Jim Walters 970-846-8760

The Steamboat Group Real Estate 32 10th St. 970-819-6930

steamboatsprings-realestate.com

3001 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1402 www.cpgsteamboat.com Medora Fralick 970-879-1402 Stephanie McDonald 970-879-1402 Mark McElhinney 970-879-1402

Dianne Bertini 970-367-6488 Paige Brookstein 970-846-9646 Jon Kowalsky 970-846-3565 Jon Wade 970-819-6930

Elk River Realty

620 Oak St. 970-879-5000x12 www.steamboatrealestate.com Mitch Clementson 970-846-3149 Pamela Landy 970-846-7265 Pamela Lindahl 970-879-5000 Kiki Soule 970-988-6933 Tara Yohannan 970-819-7785

Mike Woolverton 970-879-8103 www.elkriverrealty.com

Moser & Associates Inc. 610 Oak St. 970-879-2839

Steamboat Real Estate

Steamboat Ski & Resort Realty

2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5505 www.steamboatrealty.com Dave Irish 970-871-5505 Kristin Lile 970-871-5505 Kathleen Murphy 970-871-5505

Steamboat Ski Town Real Estate 30090 Bannock Trail 970-846-6293

steamboatskitownrealestate.com

Niffy McNiff Bube 970-846-6293

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty 610 Marketplace Plz. 970-879-8100 www.steamboatsir.com Chris Babcock 802-318-2308 Barb Backurz 970-846-0301 Ivy Baker 970-846-7707 Darlinda Baldinger 970-846-7192 David Baldinger 970-846-2560 Moose Barrows 303-579-1924 Bob Bomeisl 970-846-3046 Cam Boyd 970-846-8100 Lynna Broyles 970-629-2526 Bruce Carta 970-819-3633 Jack & Diane Carter 970-846-3261 Colleen deJong 970-846-5569 Michael deJong 970-846-3661 Michelle Diehl 970-846-1086 Chris Dillenbeck 970-846-9933 Steve Downs 970-846-1709 Charlie Dressen 970-846-6435 Scott Eggleston 970-846-7471 Steve Elkins 970-846-5376 Dutch Elting 970-846-1676 Becky Ferguson 970-846-2293 Melissa Fielding 970-291-9594 Meg Firestone 970-846-5643 Heidi Flint 970-846-5330 Cheryl Foote 970-846-6444 Diane Franklin 940-846-2259 Darrin Fryer 970-846-5551 Peggy Garrett 970-734-4132 Ken Gold 970-846-1247


Vicky Hanna 970-846-1725 Molly Hibbard 970-846-8536 Rick Hodges 970-846-1984 Ted Hoffman 970-846-1031 Lani Holmberg 970-846-0457 ChLoe Lawrence 970-819-2150 Sarah Levinski 970-819-5581 Jill Limberg 970-846-2608 Valerie Lish 970-846-1082 Matt Lyon 970-439-8229 Catie Martin 970-819-9525 Ren Martyn 970-846-3118 Anne Mayberry 970-846-1425 Cindy McGray 970-846-0342 Carol Moore 303-618-4966 Kat Murphy 970-846-7316 Carolyn Nickum 970-819-4192 Lisa Olson 970-846-0713 Caroleah Patterson 970-819-0044

Susan Pelloni 970-846-1031 Beth Postemski 970-846-2395 Roy Powell 970-846-1661 Barkley Robinson 970-819-6950 Cindy Rogers 970-846-3671 Lance Romick 970-846-1524 Lisa Ruffino 970-846-6838 Mike Schmidt 970-846-5061 Barb Shipley 970-846-5151 Annamarie Shunny 970-846-7547 Ryan Stafford 970-846-5943 Kathy Billington Steinberg 970-846-8418 Adrienne Stroock 970-846-3590 Harry Thompson 970-846-1556 Lori Thompson 970-846-6350 Josie Tolan 970-846-6781 Dunte Valrey 970-846-9681 Pam Vanatta 970-291-8100 Deb Vanderbeck 970-819-5419

Ralph Walton 406-471-0327 Tony Walton 970-846-7577 Bill Wheeler 970-819-0750 Chris Wittemyer 970-846-1364 Ray Wright 970-846-3048 Stephan Zittel 970-846-4803 Andrew Zopf 970-846-8969 Arlene Zopf 970-846-5310

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty 56 Ninth St. 970-870-8885 www.buysteamboat.com Brooke Crofts 970-367-7637 Linda Cullen 970-846-0122 Penny Fletcher 970-846-4429 Ali Small Kovach 970-879-8100 Doug Labor 970-846-0661 Lambert Orton 970-846-1911 Robyn Orton 970-819-1304 Kimberly Saari 970-819-7134 Marc and Audrey Small 970-846-8815

Real Estate Companies Axis West Management & Realty 1585 Mid Valley Dr. 970-879-8171 www.axiswestrealty.com Colorado Group Realty 509 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8800 www.mybrokers.com Colorado Partners Realty Group 135 11th St. 970-870-3110 www.coloradopartners.net Elk River Realty 404 Oak St. 970-879-8103 www.elkriverrealty.com MR Realty 2150 Resort Dr. 970-879-0763 www.MRRealtySteamboat.com Porches Of Steamboat, The 2096 Indian Summer Dr. 970-879-0600 www.theporches.com Steamboat Real Estate 620 Oak St. 970-879-5000 www.steamboatrealestate.com Steamboat Ski & Resort Realty 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5505 www.steamboatrealty.com

w ne ent r de m Un nage ma

Steamboat Ski Town Real Estate 30090 Bannock Trail 970-846-6293

steamboatskitownrealestate.com

Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty 610 Marketplace Plz. 970-879-8100 www.steamboatsir.com Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown 56 Ninth St. 970-870-8885 www.buysteamboat.com The Steamboat GroupReal Estate 32 10th St 970-819-6930

steamboatsprings-realestate.com

West End Plaza 2700 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-6090 westendplazasteamboat.com

Green Courte Partners 751 Yampa Ave. 970-761-2385 www.greencourtepartners.com Porches Of Steamboat, The 2096 Indian Summer Dr. 970-879-0600 www.theporches.com Resort Ventures West 610 Marketplace Plz. 970-879-7772 www.resortventureswest.com West End Plaza 2700 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-6090 westendplazasteamboat.com

Title Services Land Title Guarantee Company 721 Oak St. 970-870-2822 www.ltgc.com

Real Estate Developers Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club 33105 Meadow Creek Dr. 970-875-1200 alpinemountainranchsteamboat.com

Colorado Group Realty 509 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8800 www.mybrokers.com

Se

afoNot o ju Sa d en st B lad tr BQ s t ees oo an ! d

Unique BBQ style sauce unlike any other. Weddings . Special Events . Off ice Parties Breakfast coming soon

We offer a large selection of tequilas and whiskeys. Absinthe too! Happy Hour 2-6 p.m. Open daily 11 a.m.-10 p.m. 425 Lincoln Ave., Downtown www.thepit-on5th.com | 970-761-2164 S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 71


SERVICES GUIDE Advertising and Marketing Media Always Mountain Time Radio Network 2955 Village Dr. 970-879-5368 www.alwaysmountaintime.com Colorado Activity Centers Inc. Frisco 303-249-7246 www.coloradoinfo.com Comcast 625 S. Lincoln Ave. 888-824-4010 www.comcast.com Dining Guide 970-846-6420 www.steamboat-dining.com Easy 94.1 / ESPN Sports on the FM 2550 Copper Ridge Dr. 970-879-7909 www.steamboatradio.com Homes & Land of Steamboat Springs & NW Colorado 3001 S. Lincoln Ave. 515-745-5279 steamboatspringshomesforsale.com

KBCR 96.9 FM / Big Country Radio 2550 Copper Ridge Dr. 970-879-2270 www.kbcr.com KUNC 1901 56th Ave., Suite 200, Greeley 970-378-2579 www.kunc.org Mountain Living Magazine 1780 S. Bellaire St., # 505, Denver 303-931-0743 www.mountainliving.com Names and Numbers 1169 Hilltop Pkwy. 970-870-9600 www.namesandnumbers.com Park Range Publications 1815 Central Park Dr. 970-879-5465 www.homelinkmag.com Resort Publications 777 McKinley St. 970-846-4334 steamboatcouponbook.com Rocky Mountain PBS 1089 Bannock St., Denver 303-892-6666 www.rmpbs.org Ski Town Media, Inc. 1120 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-871-9413 www.steamboatmagazine.com

Steamboat Guidebook 970-846-6420 Steamboat Pilot & Today 1901 Curve Plz. 970-879-1502 www.steamboattoday.com Steamboat TV18 1901 Curve Plz. 970-871-4215 www.steamboattv18.com Valley Voice 1125 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-8953 www.yampavalleyvoice.com Verne Lundquist Productions 1710 Natches Way 970-879-2393

Steamboat Pilates,Yoga and Fitness 1104 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-6788 steamboatpilatesandfitness.com

Yoga Center of Steamboat 701 Yampa St. 970-870-1522 yogacenterofsteamboat.com

Massage Therapy Advanced Massage & Healing Arts 2955 Village Dr. 970-879-2444 www.lenahealingarts.com

Salons 10th Street Barber Shop 941 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9809 Rocky Mountain Day Spa, Sheraton Steamboat 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-870-9860 www.steamboatmassage.com Wildhorse Salon 690 Marketplace Plz. 970-879-1222 www.steamboatsalon.com

Spas

Dialectic Healing LLC 419 Oak St. 720-295-8053 www.dialectichealing.com

Grand Spa, The 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5514 www.steamboatgrand.com

Grand Spa, The 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5514 www.steamboatgrand.com

Life Essentials Day Spa 345 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-9543 www.massagesteamboat.com

Bath & Body Products

Kneading Hands 306 Oak St. 970-846-9032 kneadinghandstherapy.com

Neptune Healing & Float Spa 941 Lincoln Ave. 970-819-8622 www.neptunefloatspa.com

Life Essentials Day Spa 345 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-9543 www.massagesteamboat.com

Life Essentials Day Spa 345 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-9543 www.massagesteamboat.com

Little Moon Essentials 2475 W. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-6711 www.littlemoonessentials.com

Most Kneaded Massage, A 2955 Village Dr. 970-846-1245 amostkneadedmassage.com

Rocky Mountain Day Spa, Sheraton Steamboat 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-870-9860 www.steamboatmassage.com

Fitness and Health Centers

Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org

Xuma 456 S. Broadway, Denver 303-770-6754 www.xumacom.com

Beauty and Wellness

Align Pilates, Physical Therapy, Wellness 702 Oak St. 970-870-0100 www.alignsteamboat.com Anytime Fitness 1875 Central Park Dr. 970-875-1130 www.anytimefitness.com Foundry Treatment Center, The 1585 Mid Valley Dr. 844-955-1066 foundrytreatmentcenter.com Neptune Healing & Float Spa 941 Lincoln Ave. 970-819-8622 www.neptunefloatspa.com Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org Peak Fitness Center 1103 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4943 peakfitnesssteamboat.com

VG 72 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs 44200 County Rd. 36 970-879-0342 www.strawberryhotsprings.com

Nutritional Products DWS Global 970-871-9663

Personal Trainers Anytime Fitness 1875 Central Park Dr. 970-875-1130 www.anytimefitness.com Fhysical Elements – Personal Training Studio 130 Ninth St. 970-846-0828 www.fhysicalelements.com Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org Yoga Lila 1955 Bridge Lane 970-946-2941 www.yogalilasteamboat.com

Yoga

American Express OPEN Small Business Credit Cards 200 Vesey St., New York 917-593-8729 www.americanexpress.com Bank of the San Juans 270 Anglers Dr. 970-871-8070 www.banksanjuans.com Bank of the West 555 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4040 www.bankofthewest.com Centennial Bank & Trust 635 Marketplace Plz. 970-870-9990 www.centennialbanking.com

Muntean Leadership Group 3145 Aspen Wood Dr. 970-367-4470 munteanleadershipgroup.com

Wells Fargo Bank West 320 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-2000 www.wellsfargo.com

Steamboat Art Strokes 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 303-921-2254 www.steamboatartstrokes.com

Wells Fargo Bank West – City Market 1825 Central Park Dr. 970-879-1593 www.wellsfargo.com

Steamboat Photo Lounge P.O. Box 771242 970-846-6531 steamboatphotolounge.com

Child Care

Banks Alpine Bank 1901 Pine Grove Rd. 970-871-1901 www.alpinebank.com

Corporate Training and Workshops

Vectra Bank Colorado 2155 Resort Dr. 970-871-4400 www.vectrabank.com

Rocky Mountain Day Spa, Sheraton Steamboat 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-870-9860 www.steamboatmassage.com

Business and Professional Services

Young Tracks Preschool & Child Care Center 1647 Mid Valley Dr. 970-879-5790 www.youngtracks.com

Bridgestone Winter Driving School 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6104 www.winterdrive.com

Yampa Valley Bank 600 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2993 www.yampavalleybank.com

Yoga Lila 1955 Bridge Lane 970-946-2941 www.yogalilasteamboat.com

Steamboat Kids Play Garden 345 Anglers Dr. 970-457-4466 www.kidsplaygarden.com

Mountain Valley Bank 2201 Curve Plz. 970-870-6550 www.bankmvb.com

Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org

Sundance Studio 385 Anglers Dr. 970-819-9275 www.sundance-studio.com

Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org

Baby Business 30006 County Rd. 14-C 970-879-6645 www.babybusiness.org Discovery Learning Center 2875 Village Dr. 970-879-5973 familydevelopmentcenter.org First Impressions of Routt County 135 Sixth St. 970-870-5270 firstimpressionsofrouttcounty.org

Kid’s Kabin Preschool 624 Pitkin St. 970-879-5896 Kids’ Vacation Center 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5375 www.steamboat.com MountainTot 2179 Curve Plz. 970-368-4447 www.mountaintot.com

Dry Cleaners and Laundromats Resort Dry Cleaning 405 Anglers Dr. 970-879-1598 Ski Town Cleaners 1815 Central Park Dr. 970-879-0074 www.skitowncleaners.com Ski Town Cleaners – Curve Plaza 2179 Curve Plz. 970-871-4698 www.skitowncleaners.com

Packing and Shipping UPS Store, The 1815 Central Park Dr. 970-879-6161 theupsstorelocal.com/4730

Printing Companies Lone Oak Studio 2570 S. Copper Frontage Rd. 970-879-4889 Northwest Graphics 625 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-5444 www.nwgprint.com PostNet Full Service Business Center 1625 Mid Valley Dr. 970-871-9000 www.co105.postnet.com


Steamboat Pilot & Today 1901 Curve Plz. 970-879-1502 www.steamboattoday.com

Catamount Ranch & Club 33400A Catamount Dr. 970-871-9300 www.catamountranchclub.com

Truffle Pig Restaurant & Bar 2250 Apres Ski Way 970-879-7470 www.trufflepigrestaurant.com

Steamboat Smokehouse 912 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7427 steamboatsmokehouse.com

Steamboat Sign Company 129 Spruce St. 970-879-7606 steamboatsigncompany.com

Circle K Ranch 26855 County Rd. 43 970-871-4296 circlekranchweddings.com

Catering

Truffle Pig Restaurant & Bar 2250 Apres Ski Way 970-879-7470 www.trufflepigrestaurant.com

Telecommunications

Egg & I, The 325 Anglers Dr. 970-871-4633 theeggandirestaurants.com

Ensignal 507 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7601 www.ensignal.com Union Wireless 809 Central Park Dr. 888-926-2273 www.unionwireless.com

Veterinarians and Pet Care Exclusive Pet Sitting & Concierge Services, LLC 2615 Apres Ski Way 970-291-9348 Mt. Werner Veterinary Hospital 35825 East U.S. 40 970-879-3486 www.mtwernervet.com Paws ‘n Claws All Things Pet 1835 Central Park Plz. 970-879-6092 pawsnclawssteamboat.com Pet Kare Clinic 102 Anglers Dr. 970-879-5273 www.petkareclinic.com Steamboat Veterinary Hospital 1878 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1041 steamboatveterinaryhospitalpc.com

Event and Wedding Planning Banquet and Reception Facilities 8th Street Steakhouse 50 Eighth St. 970-879-3131 www.8thstreetsteakhouse.com Aurum Food & Wine 811 Yampa St. 970-879-9500 www.aurumsteamboat.com Bella Vista 31095 East U.S. 40 970-879-4449 www.steamboat1.com

Elk River Guest Ranch 29840 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-879-1946 www.elkrivergr.com Ghost Ranch 56 Seventh St. 970-879-9898 ghostranchsteamboat.com Glen Eden Resort 54737 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-3907 www.glenedenresort.com Harwigs & L’Apogée 911 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1919 www.harwigs.com Old Town Pub & Restaurant 600 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2101 www.theoldtownpub.com Ore House at The Pine Grove 1465 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-1190 www.orehouse.com

Cugino’s Pizzeria 41 Eighth St. 970-879-5805 www.cuginosrestaurant.com Double Z BBQ 1124 Yampa St. 970-879-0849 www.doublezbbq.com Fireside Catering 37735 County Rd. 179 970-879-9922 www.steamboatcatering.com Freshies 595 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8099 www.freshiessteamboat.com Harwigs & L’Apogée 911 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1919 www.harwigs.com Local Flavor 202 Sharp St., Oak Creek 970-846-1626 Marno’s Custom Catering 3367 Apres Ski Way 970-879-4214 marnoscustomcatering.com Mazzola’s Italian Restaurant 917 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2405 www.mazzolas.com

Rex’s American Grill & Bar 3190 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-870-0438 www.rexsgrill.com

Qdoba Mexican Grill 1755 Central Park Dr. 970-879-7610 www.qdoba.com

Sheraton Steamboat Resort 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-879-2220 sheratonsteamboatresort.com

Rex’s Events & Catering 3190 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-870-0438 www.rexsgrill.com

Slopeside Grill Torian Plum Plaza 970-879-2916 www.slopesidegrill.com

Rick’s BBQ Meats and Catering 400 Cherry Dr. 970-846-5681

Steamboat Grand 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5500 www.steamboatgrand.com

Sheraton Steamboat Resort 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-879-2220 sheratonsteamboatresort.com

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Steamboat Grand, The 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5500 www.steamboatgrand.com

Steamboat Smokehouse 912 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7427 steamboatsmokehouse.com

Steamboat Meat & Seafood Company 1030 Yampa St. 970-879-3504 www.steamboatseafood.com

Torian Plum Tent, Steamboat Resorts by Wyndham Vacation Rentals 1847 Ski Time Square Dr. wyndhamvacationrentals.com

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Decorations, Equipment, Rentals and Supplies

Main Event, The 970-879-9020 themaineventcolorado.com One Fine Day Productions 442 Oak St. 970-871-7431 weddingsinsteamboat.com Sheraton Steamboat Resort 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-879-2220 sheratonsteamboatresort.com

Colorado Embroidery Oak St. Plz. 970-879-8342 www.coembroidery.com

SoulSpark Events 970-819-3360 www.soulsparkevents.com

Colorado Event Rentals 1983 Loggers Lane 970-871-6786 www.coloradoeventrentals.com

Steamboat Christmas Dream & Event Decor 1160 Manitou Ave. 970-439-1001 steamboatchristmasdream.com

Royal Flush Industries, Inc. 1605 Shield Dr. 970-870-6500 Steamboat Christmas Dream & Event Decor 1160 Manitou Ave. 970-439-1001 steamboatchristmasdream.com Steamboat Floral & Gifts 435 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1424 www.steamboatfloral.com Steamboat Photo Lounge P.O. Box 771242 970-846-6531 steamboatphotolounge.com Turning Tables Linen Service 2750 Downhill Plz. www.turningtableslinens.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com Wright Group Event Services, The 1400 Yosemite St., Aurora 303-295-7368 www.thewrightgroupnow.com

Steamboat Grand, The 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5500 www.steamboatgrand.com Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp. 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Florists One Fine Day Productions 442 Oak St. 970-871-7431 weddingsinsteamboat.com Safeway 37500 East U.S. 40 970-879-3766 www.safeway.com Steamboat Floral & Gifts 435 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1424 www.steamboatfloral.com

Formal Wear

Proper Exposure Photography 737 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1961 kenproperphotography.com Steamboat Photo Lounge P.O. Box 771242 970-846-6531 steamboatphotolounge.com

Wedding Officiants Fisher, Marlene – Wedding Officiant 970-846-9911 steamboatmountainweddings.com

Wedding Registry Olivia’s Home Furnishings 345 Anglers Dr. Ste. A 970-879-1893 oliviashomefurnishings.com

Government and Community Churches and Synagogues Har Mishpacha 970-457-4270 www.harmishpacha.org Holy Name Catholic Church 504 Oak St. 970-879-0671 www.catholicsteamboat.org Steamboat Christian Center 821 Dougherty Rd. 970-879-0063 www.steamboatchristian.com Steamboat Sk8 Church 2851 Riverside Plz. 970-846-6754 www.steamboatsk8church.com

Allen’s 828 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0351

Venue Church 970-367-7673 www.venuechurch.info

Photographers & Videographers

Community Services

Entertainment B Smith Presents 970-367-6599 http://bsmithpresents.com

Beau Bella Photography 262-496-8712 beaubellaphotography.com

Steamboat Art Strokes 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 303-921-2254 www.steamboatartstrokes.com

Kopischke, Corey Photography 970-846-2141 www.coreykopischke.com

Steamboat Photo Lounge P.O. Box 771242 970-846-6531 steamboatphotolounge.com

Lamansky, Shauna Photography 970-879-6213 www.shaunastudio.com

Event Planners

Natural Light Images 222 Main St., Oak Creek 970-846-5940 www.naturalightimages.net

Last Call floral + events 111 E. Main St., Oak Creek 970-819-3668 www.lastcallevents.com

Better Business Bureau 8020 S. County Rd., Ste. 100, Fort Collins 970-224-4222 www.bbb.org Boys & Girls Club of Steamboat 325 Seventh St. 970-871-3160 www.craigbgc.org Grand Futures Prevention Coalition 445 Anglers Dr. 970-879-6188 www.grandfutures.org Horizons Specialized Services 405 Oak St. 970-879-4466 www.horizonsnwc.org

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 73


SERVICES GUIDE LiftUp of Routt County 2125 Curve Ct. 970-870-0727 www.liftuprc.org Partners in Routt County 465 Anglers Dr. 970-879-6141 www.partnersrouttcounty.org Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mtns. 111 11th St. 970-879-2212 www.plannedparenthood.org Routt County Council on Aging 1605 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0633 www.rccoaging.org Routt County Humane Society 760 Critter Ct. 970-879-7247 www.routthumane.org Routt County United Way 270 Anglers Dr. 970-879-5605 routtcountyunitedway.org South Routt Economic Development Council Oak Creek www.southrouttedc.com Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association 125 Anglers Dr. 970-879-0880 www.steamboatchamber.com Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreational Services 245 Howelsen Pkwy. 970-879-4300 www.steamboatsprings.net Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club Howelsen Hill Lodge 970-879-0695 www.sswsc.org Yampa Valley Housing Authority 627 Tamarack Dr. 970-870-0167 www.yvha.org

Education CMC – Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center 1275 Crawford Ave. 970-870-4491 www.coloradomtn.edu/yvec Colorado Mountain College/ Alpine Campus 1330 Bob Adams Dr. 970-870-4444 www.coloradomtn.edu Emerald Mountain School 818 Oak St. 970-879-8081 emeraldmountainschool.org

Ignite Steamboat 970-870-0467 www.ignitesteamboat.com Junior Achievement 1445 Market St., #200, Denver 303-534-5252 www.jacolorado.org Steamboat Institute, The 970-846-6013 www.steamboatinstitute.org Steamboat Mountain School 42605 County Rd. 36 970-879-1350 steamboatmountainschool.org Steamboat Springs RE-2 Schools 325 Seventh St. 970-879-1530 www.sssd.k12.co.us Yoga Lila 1955 Bridge Lane 970-946-2941 www.yogalilasteamboat.com

Government City of Steamboat Springs 137 10th St. 970-871-2228 www.steamboatsprings.net Routt County Board of Commissioners 136 Sixth St. 970-879-0108 www.co.routt.co.us Steamboat Springs Workforce Center Colorado Department of Labor and Employment 425 Anglers Dr. 970-879-3075 www.yourworkforcecenter.com Town of Oak Creek 129 Nancy Crawford Blvd., Oak Creek 970-736-2422 www.townofoakcreek.com

Libraries Bud Werner Memorial Library 1289 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0240 www.steamboatlibrary.org

Local Products All Natural 12185 Co Rd. #69, Hayden 970-276-3819 www.karengilroy.com Farm-to-Fork Delivery 970-819-6721 www.coloradofarmtofork.com Local Products 141 Ninth St. 970-879-4370 www.communityagalliance.org

VG 74 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Moon Hill Dairy 25490 County Rd. 52E 970-367-6184 www.moonhilldairy.com Paws ‘n Claws All Things Pet 1835 Central Park Plz. 970-879-6092 pawsnclawssteamboat.com Yampa Valley Farms PO Box 776022 970-871-6992 www.yampavalleyfarms.com

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Northwest Co. Ch. #17 970-879-2854 www.rmef.org Rocky Mountain Youth Corps 991 Captain Jack Dr. 970-879-2135 rockymountainyouthcorps.org Rotary of Steamboat 970-879-4595 www.steamboatrotary.com

Yampa Valley Fiberworks, LLC 41180 N. Highway 13, Craig 970-824-9568 yampavalleyfiberworks.com

Safari Club International, Yampa Valley Chapter 1666 Barclay St, Craig 970-819-2531 SCIyampavalleychapter.com

Nonprofit Organizations

Selah 1560 Pine Grove Rd. 970-871-1307 www.selahsteamboat.com

Advocates Building Peaceful Communities 970-879-2034 www.steamboatadvocates.com Bike Town USA www.steamboatbiketown.com CILS Benefactors 1815 Central Park Dr. 970-460-1232 www.cils.net/WEB Community Agriculture Alliance 141 Ninth St. 970-879-4370 www.communityagalliance.org Foundation, The – Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club 35 Fifth St. 970-761-0033 www.sswscfoundation.com Hahns Peak/Bears Ranger District of the Routt National Forest 925 Weiss Dr. 970-870-2299 www.fs.fed.us/r2/mbr Kiwanis Club of Steamboat 970-879-0211 www.yampavalley.info MainStreet Steamboat Springs 141 Ninth St. 970-846-1800 mainstreetsteamboatsprings.com

Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA 1915 Alpine Plz. 970-819-6233 www.nwrmcasa.org Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org Professional Ski Instructors of America – Rocky Mtn 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-8335 www.psia-rm.org

Steamboat Mountain Village Partnership 970-871-6786 steamboatmountainvillage.com Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association 125 Anglers Dr. 970-879-0880 www.steamboatchamber.com

Alternative Wellness Dialectic Healing LLC 419 Oak St. 720-295-8053 www.dialectichealing.com Neptune Healing & Float Spa 941 Lincoln Ave. 970-819-8622 www.neptunefloatspa.com Yoga Lila 1955 Bridge Lane 970-946-2941 www.yogalilasteamboat.com

Assisted Living Casey’s Pond Senior Living 2855 Owl Hoot Trail 970-879-8855 www.caseyspond.com Foundry Treatment Center, The 1585 Mid Valley Dr. 844-955-1066 foundrytreatmentcenter.com Northwest Colorado Center for Independence 1306 Lincoln Ave, Ste. A 970-875-7008

Counseling

Drug Store and Pharmacies Lyon Drug 840 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1114 www.lyonsofsteamboat.com Safeway 37500 East U.S. 40 970-879-3766 www.safeway.com Walgreens 1440 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-1968 www.walgreens.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Eyewear and Optical Services Eyecare Specialties 365 Anglers Dr. 970-879-2020 www.eyecare-specialties.com Mountain Eyeworks 1755 Central Park Dr. 970-879-2595 www.mountaineyeworks.com

Steamboat Springs Ski Town Lions Club 303-518-5690 www.skilions.org

Brainwash 1915 Alpine Plz. 720-949-3177

Steamboat Vision Clinic 130 N. Ninth St. 970-879-4266 www.steamboatvisionclinic.com

Steamboat’s Over The Hill Gang 970-870-8793 www.ssothg.org

Foundry Treatment Center, The 1585 Mid Valley Dr. 844-955-1066 foundrytreatmentcenter.com

Health Care IT Consulting

Yampa River Botanic Park 1000 Pamela Lane 970-846-5172 yampariverbotanicpark.org Yampa Valley Community Foundation 385 Anglers Dr. 970-879-8632 www.yvcf.org Yampa Valley Data Partners 50 College Dr., Craig 970-824-1133 yampavalleydatapartners.com Yampa Valley Sustainability Council 970-819-9299 www.yvsc.org

Health Care Acupuncture Dialectic Healing LLC 419 Oak St. 720-295-8053 www.dialectichealing.com

Dental AvantGarde Dental 1169 Hilltop Pkwy. 970-871-0033 www.avantgardedental.com Dental Center of Steamboat Springs 940 Central Park Dr., Ste. 210 970-871-4611 Pine Grove Dental Arts 1475 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-1959 www.pinegrovedentalarts.com Rabbit Ears Dental Office 440 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-5630 www.rabbitearsdental.com Steamboat Dental Center 1495 Pine Grove Rd. 970-871-4611 steamboatdentalcenter.com Dr. Allan D. Weimer 100 Park Ave. 970-879-4290 www.nwcoloradobraces.com

HCTec 1475 Pine Grove Rd. 970-761-7005 http://hctec.com

Hospitals and Clinics Classic Air Medical 2570 Copper Ridge Cir. 970-871-4652 www.classicairmedical.com Foundry Treatment Center, The 1585 Mid Valley Dr. 844-955-1066 foundrytreatmentcenter.com Gloria Gossard Breast Health Center 940 Central Park Dr. 970-875-2623 www.yvmc.org/BHC Healthcare Foundation for the Yampa Valley 1024 Central Park Dr. 970-871-2515 www.yvmc.org/foundation Memorial Hospital at Craig 750 Hospital Loop, Craig 970-826-3109 www.thememorialhospital.com


Northwest Colorado Health 940 Central Park Dr. 970-879-1632 northwestcoloradohealth.org Yampa Valley Medical Associates 940 Central Park Dr. 970-879-3327 www.yvma.com Yampa Valley Medical Center 1024 Central Park Dr. 970-870-1143 www.yvmc.org YampaWorks Occupational Health Services 3001 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-875-2750 www.yvmc.org

Medical Marijuana Golden Leaf 1755 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-2941 www.goldenleafmmc.com Natural Choice 2835 Downhill Dr. 970-879-4420 www.naturalchoicemmj.com Rocky Mountain Remedies 2730 Downhill Plz. 970-871-2768 rockymountainremedies.com Rocky Mountain Revive 435 Lincoln Ave. 970-367-7373

Medical Supplies Integrated Healing Solutions 940 Central Park Dr. 970-846-9292

Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine Center for Sports Medicine & Rehab. 1169 Hilltop Pkwy. 970-879-7799 centersportsmedicinept.com

SportsMed, Justin DeSorrento Sports Medicine Center 1024 Central Park Dr. 970-871-2370 www.yvmc.org

Airport Transportation

Twisted Trails Running Company 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-761-2379 www.TwistedTrailsRunning.com

GO Alpine 2063 Snowbowl Plz. 970-879-2800 www.goalpine.com

Winters Hand Works P.O. Box 776087 970-879-6556 www.wintershandworks.com Yampa Valley Medical Center 1024 Central Park Dr. 970-870-1143 www.yvmc.org

Physicians and Surgeons Mind Springs Health 407 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2141 www.mindspringshealth.org Steamboat Medical Group 1475 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0203 www.steamboatmedical.com Yampa Valley Medical Associates 940 Central Park Dr. 970-879-3327 www.yvma.com Yampa Valley Medical Center 1024 Central Park Dr. 970-870-1143 www.yvmc.org

Transportation Aircraft Fuel and Maintenance

Captains High Country Charter 970-846-7348 captainshighcountrycharter.com

Storm Mountain Express 2318 S. Copper Ridge Cir. 970-879-1963 stormmountainexpress.com

Airports Captains High Country Charter 970-846-7348 captainshighcountrycharter.com

Steamboat Springs Airport 3495 Airport Cir. 970-879-9042 steamboatsprings.net Yampa Valley Regional Airport 11005 County Rd. 51A, Hayden 970-276-5004 yampavalleyregionalairport.com

Automobile Rental

Automotive Parts, Repairs and Sales Cook Chevrolet 1776 W. Victory Way, Craig 970-879-3900 www.cookchevy.com Cook Chevrolet/Subaru 1955 Curve Ct. 970-879-3900 www.cook-cars.com

Loaf ‘N Jug 555 Marketplace Plz. 970-870-6848 www.loafnjug.com

Collette Vacations 180 Middle St., Pawtucket, R.I. 401-727-9000 www.collettevacations.com

Limousine Services

Moving Van, The 2570 Cortina Lane 970-879-6575

GO Alpine 2063 Snowbowl Plz. 970-879-2800 www.goalpine.com Steamboat420 970-367-7785 https://steamboat420.com

Four Star Auto Repair, LLC 2034 Snow Bowl Plz. 970-879-7557 www.4starautorepair.com

Storm Mountain Express 2318 S. Copper Ridge Cir. 970-879-1963 stormmountainexpress.com

NAPA Auto Parts 2550 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0909 routtcountyautoparts.com

Reservation Services

Neste Auto Glass 3110 Elk River Rd. 970-879-2725 www.nesteautoglass.com Steamboat Auto Repair 2101 Snow Bowl Plz. 970-439-2701 www.steamboatautorepair.com Steamboat Motors LLC 2310 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8880 www.steamboatmotors.com

Cook Chevrolet 1776 W. Victory Way, Craig 970-879-3900 www.cookchevy.com

Yampa Valley Tire Pros & Express Lube 2440 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7779 www.yvtirepros.com

Atlantic Aviation 11005 County Rd. 51A, Hayden 970-276-3743 www.atlanticaviation.com

Travel Agencies

Doc’s Auto Clinic 2565 Copper Ridge Dr. 970-871-1346 www.docsautoclinic.com

Avis Rent A Car Yampa Valley Regional Airport, Hayden 970-276-4377 www.avis.com

Steamboat Motors Rentals 2310 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7424 www.steamboatmotors.com

Gas Stations

Carwash Mountain View Car Wash & Detailing 150 Trafalgar Dr. 970-870-3363 www.steamboatcarwash.com

Steamboat Central Reservations 1475 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0740 www.steamboat.com Steamboat Reservations & Travel 306 Oak St. 970-879-3202 www.steamboattravel.com Travel Center at Steamboat 1475 Pine Grove Rd. 970-871-5080 www.funtravelcenter.com

Steamboat Central Reservations 1475 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0740 www.steamboat.com Storm Mountain Express 2318 S. Copper Ridge Cir. 970-879-1963 stormmountainexpress.com Travel Center at Steamboat 1475 Pine Grove Rd. 970-871-5080 www.funtravelcenter.com

Taxis Captains High Country Charter 970-846-7348 captainshighcountrycharter.com

GO Alpine 2063 Snowbowl Plz. 970-879-2800 www.goalpine.com Storm Mountain Express 2318 S. Copper Ridge Cir. 970-879-1963 stormmountainexpress.com

WHERE TO WORSHIP Anchor Way Church 40650 Anchor Way 970-879-7062 www.anchorway.com

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1155 Central Park Dr. 970-879-0220

Buddhist Center of Steamboat Springs 2550 S. Copper Frontage 970-846-2699

Concordia Lutheran Church 755 Concordia Lane 970-879-0175

Christian Science Church Seventh and Oak cssteamboat@gmail.com

Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses 3000 Elk River Rd. 970-879-4075

Church of Christ 1698 W. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-6670

Euzoa Bible Church 32305 County Rd. 38 970-879-0123

First Baptist Church 3200 Divine Way 970-879-1446

Steamboat Bible Church Heritage Christian School 970-875-4444

United Methodist Church Eighth and Oak 970-879-1290

Har Mishpacha The Jewish Congregation of Steamboat Springs 970-457-4270 www.harmishpacha.org

Steamboat Christian Center The Log Church on East U.S. 40 970-879-0063

Venue Church 970-367-7673 www.venuechurch.info

Holy Name Catholic Church 524 Oak St. 970-879-0671

Steamboat Sk8 Church 2851 Riverside Plaza, #260 970-879-2222 www.steamboatsk8church.com

Seventh Day Adventists Church 347 12th St. 970-871-4927

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Ninth and Oak 970-879-0925

S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 75


SHOPPING GUIDE Antiques & Collectibles Annie’s Home Consignments 1755 Central Park Dr. 970-870-1300 www.steamboatannies.com Into the West 402 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8377 www.romicksintothewest.com

Bath & Body Products F.M. Light and Sons 830 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1822 www.fmlight.com

Books Off the Beaten Path Bookstore, Coffeehouse & Bakery Cafe 68 Ninth St. 970-879-6830 www.steamboatbooks.com Ski Haus International 1457 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0385 www.skihaussteamboat.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Children’s Clothing & Toys Dragonflies 635 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-4632 F.M. Light and Sons 830 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1822 www.fmlight.com In Celebration of Kids 831 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-3333 www.incelebrationofkids.com

Remember Me 734 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1279 www.remembermesteamboat.com

Bucking Rainbow Outfitters 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8747 www.buckingrainbow.com

Ski Haus International 1457 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0385 www.skihaussteamboat.com

Chez Nous 635 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-6995 www.shopcheznous.com

Sportstalker in The Ptarmigan Inn 2304 Apres Ski Way 970-879-2445 christysports.com

Christy Sports Central Park 1855 Central Park Plz. 970-879-1250 rental.christysports.com

Steamboat Apparel & Gifts 703 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-5681 www.steamboat.com

Moxie Home Consign and Design 1855 Shield Dr. 970-879-9866 www.steamboatmoxie.com

Christy Sports Gondola Square 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-0371 rental.christysports.com

Steamboat Bike Shop 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5348 www.steamboat.com

Christy Sports Village Center 2500 Village Dr. 970-879-0371 rental.christysports.com

Steamboat Flyfisher 35 Fifth St. 970-879-6552 www.steamboatflyfisher.com

Twin Enviro Services – Trash & Recycling Collection & Milner Landfill 20650 County Rd. 205 970-879-6985 www.twinenviro.com

Chrysalis 810 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2970 www.chrysalissteamboat.com

Steamboat Shoe Market 908 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-8566 www.steamboatshoes.com

F.M. Light and Sons 830 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1822 www.fmlight.com

Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare 442 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9144 www.steamboatskiandbike.com

Fringe Boutique 907 Lincoln Ave. 970-761-2752 www.fringeboutiquesbs.com

Steamboat Ski & Sport – Gondola Square 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5341 www.steamboat.com

Gigi’s Closet 821 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-4619 facebook.com/GigisClosetSteamboat Gondola General 2245 Gondola Square 970-879-3193

Steamboat Apparel & Gifts 703 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-5681 www.steamboat.com

Kali’s Boutique 525 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-6658 www.kalisboutique.com

Steamboat Gifts 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-871-5365 www.steamboat.com

Moose Mountain Trading Company 824 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1400 www.moosemtntradingco.com

Steamboat Shoe Market 908 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-8566 www.steamboatshoes.com Sweet Mountain Tees 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5366 www.steamboat.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Clothing and Accessories All That 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4422 Allen’s 828 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0351 B.A.P., Inc. 735 Oak St. 970-879-7507 www.wearbap.com

Consignment & Thrift

Breeze Ski Rental 2000 Ski Time Square 970-879-3343 www.skirentals.com

Steamboat Ski & Sport Transit Center 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5364 www.steamboat.com Steamboat Trading Company 810 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0083 Summit Shades 815 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-3300 Sunglasses on Main 635 Lincoln Ave. 970-761-2492 www.sunglassesonmain.com

Ohana 700 Yampa St. 970-367-3008 www.mtnohana.com

Surefoot, LLC 2250 Apres Ski Way 970-879-1119 www.surefoot.com

Outlets in Silverthorne, The 246 V Rainbow Dr., Silverthorne 970-468-5780 www.outletsatsilverthorne.com

Twisted Trails Running Company 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-761-2379 www.TwistedTrailsRunning.com

Overland 612 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-9770 www.overland.com

Urbane 703 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9169 www.urbanesteamboat.com

Powder Pursuits Ski and Snowboard Shop 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-9086 www.powderpursuits.com

Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Powder Tools Snowboard Shop 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-1645 rental.christysports.com

VG 76 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Wanderlust Boutique P.O. Box 77176 858-337-9357 www.wanderlustfashions.com

Annie’s Home Consignments 1755 Central Park Dr. 970-870-1300 www.steamboatannies.com Boomerang Sports Exchange 1125 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-3050 Deja Vu Boutique 624 Lincoln Ave. www.dejavusteamboat.com

Electronics Photo Express House/Hot Shots 743 Oak St. 970-879-6339 www.photoexpresshouse.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Framing East West Frame Shop 810 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-5225

Furniture

Timberline Furniture & Mattress 1707 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8807 timberlinefurnitureandmattress.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Gifts & Home Accessories Annie’s Home Consignments 1755 Central Park Dr. 970-870-1300 www.steamboatannies.com Artisans’ Market of Steamboat 626 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7512 www.steamboatartisansmarket.com Bucking Rainbow Outfitters 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8747 www.buckingrainbow.com F.M. Light and Sons 830 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1822 www.fmlight.com Grand Café and Gift Shop 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5557 www.steamboatgrand.com Home on the Range 1880 Loggers Lane 970-870-6777 www.homeontherangeinteriors.com Hot Stuff Hearth & Home 1625 Mid Valley Rd. 970-879-7614 www.hotstuffhearth.com

Annie’s Home Consignments 1755 Central Park Dr. 970-870-1300 www.steamboatannies.com

Moose Mountain Trading Company 824 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1400 www.moosemtntradingco.com

Christy Sports Central Park 1855 Central Park Plz. 970-879-1250 rental.christysports.com

Olivia’s Home Furnishings 345 Anglers Dr. Ste. A 970-879-1893 www.oliviashomefurnishings.com

David Chase Rugs & Furniture 1809 Central Park Dr. 970-879-5667 davidchaserugsandfurniture.com

Steamboat Apparel & Gifts 703 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-5681 www.steamboat.com

Home on the Range 1880 Loggers Lane 970-870-6777 www.homeontherangeinteriors.com

Steamboat Gifts 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-871-5365 www.steamboat.com

Into the West 402 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8377 www.romicksintothewest.com

Steamboat Trading Company 810 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0083

Irene Nelson Interiors 843 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-7596 www.irenenelsoninteriors.com Moxie Home Consign and Design 1855 Shield Dr. 970-879-9866 www.steamboatmoxie.com Olivia’s Home Furnishings 345 Anglers Dr. Ste. A 970-879-1893 www.oliviashomefurnishings.com Stel House + Home 690 Marketplace Plz. 970-871-0056 www.stelhouse.com

Sweet Mountain Tees 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5366 www.steamboat.com Twin Enviro Services Trash & Recycling Collection & Milner Landfill 20650 County Rd. 205 970-879-6985 www.twinenviro.com


Groceries City Market 1825 Central Park Dr. 970-879-3290 www.citymarket.com Clark Store 54175 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-3849 www.clarkstore.com Kremmling Mercantile, LLC 101 Martin Way, Kremmling 970-724-8979 Natural Grocers 335 Lincoln Ave. 303-986-4600 www.naturalgrocers.com Safeway 37500 East U.S. 40 970-879-3766 www.safeway.com Steamboat Meat & Seafood Company 1030 Yampa St. 970-879-3504 www.steamboatseafood.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com Wild Plum 2525 Village Dr. 970-879-1981 www.wildplumgrocer.com

Jewelry All That 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4422 Cowboys and Indians 617 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8481 www.cowboysandindiansonline.com Moose Mountain Trading Company 824 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1400 www.moosemtntradingco.com Urbane 703 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9169 www.urbanesteamboat.com

Liquor Stores Arctic Liquors 2093 Curve Plz. 970-879-7355 www.arcticliquor.com Central Park Liquor 1835 Central Park Plz. 970-879-3428 www.cplsteamboat.com Clark Store 54175 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-3849 www.clarkstore.com Ski Haus Liquor 1450 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7278 www.skihaussteamboat.com Ski Town Wine & Spirits 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-1660 www.skitownwine.com

Steamboat Discount Liquor 500 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2191

Mattresses Moxie Home Consign and Design 1855 Shield Dr. 970-879-9866 www.steamboatmoxie.com

Music

Specialty Food Products Clark Store 54175 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-3849 www.clarkstore.com Elevated Olive of Steamboat 708 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0300 www.elevatedolive.com

All That 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4422

Homesteader, The 817 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-5880 www.thehomesteader.net

First String Music 1880 Loggers Lane 970-871-4661 www.steamboatspringsmusic.com

Nutterly 2550 Copper Ridge Dr. 970-871-7854 www.nutterlyshop.myshopify.com

Pets & Livestock Supplies

Paws ‘n Claws All Things Pet 1835 Central Park Plz. 970-879-6092 www.pawsnclawssteamboat.com

Elk River Pet and Ranch 2680 Copper Ridge Cir. 970-879-5383 www.elkriverpetandranch.com Outdoor K9 685 Marketplace Plz. 970-761-2278 www.outdoork9.com Paws ‘n Claws All Things Pet 1835 Central Park Plz. 970-879-6092 www.pawsnclawssteamboat.com Powder Hounds Grooming Salon 1136 Yampa Ave. 970-846-8335 powderhoundsgroomingsalon.com Steamboat Ace Hardware 2155 Curve Plz. 970-879-8014 www.aceatthecurve.com Steamboat Dog Spa 130 Ninth St. 970-871-0021 www.steamboatdog.com

Shoes All That 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4422 F.M. Light and Sons 830 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1822 www.fmlight.com Shoe Chalet & Boutique 811 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7915 Steamboat Shoe Market 908 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-8566 www.steamboatshoes.com Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare 442 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9144 www.steamboatskiandbike.com Twisted Trails Running Company 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-761-2379 www.TwistedTrailsRunning.com Urbane 703 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9169 www.urbanesteamboat.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 624 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-3048 Steamboat Springs Coffee & Tea Co. 1890 Loggers Lane 970-439-2808 www.sscatco.com Sweetwood Jerky Company 2670 Copper Ridge Cir. 970-879-7456 www.sweetwood.com

Sporting Equipment, Service and Rentals Backdoor Sports Ltd. of Steamboat 841 Yampa St. 970-879-6249 www.backdoorsports.com Base Club, The 1865 Ski Time Square Dr. 970-871-5192 www.steamboat.com/baseclub Big Agnes 735 Oak St. 877-554-8975 www.bigagnes.com Black Tie Ski Rentals 1625 Mid Valley Dr. 970-870-3172 steamboat.blacktieskis.com Boomerang Sports Exchange 1125 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-3050 Breeze Ski Rental 2000 Ski Time Square 970-879-3343 www.skirentals.com Bucking Rainbow Outfitters 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8747 www.buckingrainbow.com Christy Sports Central Park 1855 Central Park Plz. 970-879-1250 rental.christysports.com Christy Sports Gondola Square 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-0371 rental.christysports.com

Christy Sports Village Center 2500 Village Dr. 970-879-0371 rental.christysports.com

Steamboat Ski & Sport Gondola Square 970-871-5341 www.steamboat.com

Door 2 Door by Christy Sports 1625 Mid Valley Dr. 1 970-879-8692 www.d2dskis.com

Steamboat Ski & Sport Transit Center 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5364 www.steamboat.com

Gondola General 2245 Gondola Square 970-879-3193 Hard Headed 635 Lincoln Ave. 970-761-2680 www.hardheadedsteamboat.com Kent Eriksen, Inc. 1136 Yampa Ave. 970-879-8484 www.kenteriksen.com Mad Adventures 1421 E. Park Ave., Kremmling 800-451-4844 www.madadventures.com Moots Cycles 2545 Copper Ridge Dr. 970-879-1676 www.moots.com Old Town Hot Springs 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org One Stop Ski Shop 35 11th St. 970-879-4916 www.onestopskishop.net Paws ‘n Claws All Things Pet 1835 Central Park Plz. 970-879-6092 www.pawsnclawssteamboat.com Powder Pursuits Ski and Snowboard Shop 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-9086 www.powderpursuits.com Powder Tools Snowboard Shop 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-1645 rental.christysports.com Ski Delivery Express 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5367 www.steamboat.com Ski Haus International 1457 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0385 www.skihaussteamboat.com Sportstalker in The Ptarmigan Inn 2304 Apres Ski Way 970-879-2445 www.christysports.com

Straightline Sports 744 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7568 www.straightlinesports.com Surefoot, LLC 2250 Apres Ski Way 970-879-1119 www.surefoot.com Twisted Trails Running Company 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-761-2379 www.TwistedTrailsRunning.com Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

T-Shirts All That 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4422 Christy Sports Central Park 1855 Central Park Plz. 970-879-1250 rental.christysports.com Christy Sports Village Center 2500 Village Dr. 970-879-0371 rental.christysports.com F.M. Light and Sons 830 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1822 www.fmlight.com Gondola General 2245 Gondola Square 970-879-3193 Grand Café and Gift Shop 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5557 www.steamboatgrand.com Steamboat Apparel & Gifts 703 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-5681 www.steamboat.com Steamboat Gifts 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-871-5365 www.steamboat.com Steamboat Trading Company 810 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0083

Steamboat Bike Shop 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5348 www.steamboat.com

Sweet Mountain Tees 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5366 www.steamboat.com

Steamboat Flyfisher 35 Fifth St. 970-879-6552 www.steamboatflyfisher.com

Twisted Trails Running Company 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-761-2379 www.TwistedTrailsRunning.com

Steamboat Powersports 2989 Riverside Plz. 970-879-5138 www.steamboatpowersports.com

Walmart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare 442 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9144 www.steamboatskiandbike.com S T E A M B O A T S P R I N G S V I S I T O R S ’ G U I D E | S P R I N G 2 017 | VG 77


A

C

B

11

To Fish Creek Falls

Creek

Steamboat Springs Middle School

Strawberry Park Rd.

To Strawberry Park Hot Springs

Missou ri Ave.

Park A ve.

To Clark

r.

k ac ar m Ta

. St

. Dr

d 3r

idge

er R

nhill D

8

Post Office

h 4t

Dr.

Laure l St.

. St

Pahwin tah St.

Rd.

Dow

12

. St

p Cop Elk River

. St

U.S 40 West Shi el

h 6t

r.

. St

h 7t . St

n pe As

Yahmon ite St.

. St

dD

n ol nc Li

14

e. Av

Crawfo rd Ave .

r.

Merrit St.

Ad am sD ob

St .

11

7

A

VG 78 | ONLINE A T WWW.ST EAMBO AT CHAMBER .CO M

t.

6

n se el w o H

ay kw r Pa

Howelsen Hill Ski Area

N Sarato ga St.

St.

1

VG 78 | ONLINE A T WWW. ST EAMBO AT CHAMBER .CO M

S pa m a Y

4

13th

15

. 40 U.S

7

3

Rodeo

. St

5

(see map insert above)

Yampa Valley Regional Airport Steamboat Lake Clark Steamboat Golf Club

6

. St

th 10

12 th

B

WEST STEAMBOAT

10

h 9t

. St

ak O

. St

Gilpin St.

B

.

r Rd

Rive

. St

The B lvd.

h 8t Emerald . St Mountain e School n Pi

th 11

Colorado Mountain College

3

4

h 5t

2

Soda Creek Elementary School

So da Cr eek

Ave.

Steamboat Springs High School

d 2n

WEST STEAMBOAT INSERT

N. Par k Copper Ridge Cir.

East M aple S t.

8

Strawberry Park Elementary School

Maple St.

Butcherknife

Spring Creek

Dr. thyst Ame

Fish Creek Falls Rd.

1

Fi s h Cree k Falls Rd

.

2

© 2017 Ski Town Media Inc. All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in any manner without the written permission of the publisher. The publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of this map. Ski Town Media Inc. P.O. Box 880616, Steamboat Springs, CO 80488 (970) 871-9413 | www.steamboatmagazine.com NOT TO SCALE

C


E

Bu

5

Ste am bo at

2

rge

ss

Cr

F

Burgess Creek Rd.

Blv d.

D

ee

k

Steamboat Ski Area

Ski Trail Ln.

se ou H r. D

tB boa am Ste

ine Medic Rd. s Spring y Ski Wa Apres

Ski Time Square Dr .

ub Cl

Gondola Square Gondola Transit Center

Apres S ki Way

1

Colum bine D r.

e Dr. Villag

. lvd

Pa

Traf alga r

Sundance Plaza

Pamela L n

.

12

2

Ore House Plaza

Central Park Plaza

Pine Grov e Rd.

Hi

U.S. 40

Pine G rove R d.

M t. W er ne rR d.

. Dr op llt

9

10 1

2 To Denver

9 Haymaker Golf Course

. 40 U.S

Visitor Information Center

I

16

Bangt ail Wa y Wildhorse Gondola

Wildhorse Marketplace

y wa rk

Whist ler Rd .

Mt. W erner C ir.

Walton Creek Rd.

Yampa Valley Medical Center

t Blv d.

Central Park Dr.

r.

mbo a

ek Cre

13

Stea

h Fis

An gl er sD

Local Attractions

3

1 | The Art Depot

2 | Fish Creek Falls

er Road Riv

3 | Howelsen Ice Arena 4 | Old Town Hot Springs 5 | Rollingstone Ranch Golf

Parks 1 2 3 4 5 6

| Casey’s Pond | Emerald Park | Fetcher Pond | Howelsen Hill Park | Iron Springs Park | Lithia Springs Park

D

Club/Ski Touring Center 6 | Romick Arena/Rodeo 7 | Little Toots Park 8 | Memorial Park 9 | Rotary Park 10 | Ski Town Park 11 | Spring Creek

12 | Stehley Park/ Butcherknife Canyon 13 | Rita Valentine Park 14 | Dr. Rich Weiss Park 15 | West Lincoln Park 16 | Whistler Park

E

7 | Steamboat Art Museum

3

8 | Strawberry Park Hot Springs 9 | Strings Music Pavilion 10 | Tread of Pioneers Museum 11 | Bud Werner Memorial Library 12 | Yampa River Botanic Park

F

S TE AM B O AT S P RI N G S VI S I TO RS ’ G U I D E | S P R IN G 2 0 1 7 | VG 79 S TE AM B O AT S P RI N G S VI S I TO RS ’ G U I D E | S P R IN G 2 0 1 7 | VG 79


REASONS TO RETURN

10 Reasons to Visit in Summer Hike to pristine mountain lakes and picnic by the water. Play cowboy at the rodeo. Soak in hot springs encircled by wildflowers. Soar above the green valley in a hot air balloon. Paddleboard on a moonlit lake. Bike up a mountain pass. Tube the Yampa River. Catch big trout in a mountain stream.

VG 80 | ONLINE AT WWW.STEAMBOATCHAMBER.COM

Camp beneath the stars in the wilderness. Hike a different trail every day all summer long.

Jim Steinberg

Spring flowers bloom as the sun sets on a lovely early June evening in Steamboat Springs, Colorado on Routt County Road 44 near Deer Mountain.


+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+ +

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

+

P E R F O R M A N C E Featuring Marmot’s award-winning high-performance, technical clothing, casual apparel and equipment. Marmot products have been worn by climbers, skiers, mountaineers and adventurers worldwide.

Come visit us on the corner of Seventh Street and Lincoln Avenue in the Howelsen Place building. 9 7 0 - 8 7 1 - 5 3 0 6 O R S T E A M B O AT. C O M / M A R M O T


Steamboat Springs Visitors' Guide Spring 2017  

Springtime in the Boat; 10 Ways to be Romantic in Steamboat Springs; Picture Yourself; 5 Locals' Tips; Skiing, Biking and Hiking; 7 Summer S...

Steamboat Springs Visitors' Guide Spring 2017  

Springtime in the Boat; 10 Ways to be Romantic in Steamboat Springs; Picture Yourself; 5 Locals' Tips; Skiing, Biking and Hiking; 7 Summer S...