Ski Trip to Steamboat Springs, CO

Sharon Sobel

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Sharon Sobel

 
Colorado offers some of the most amazing skiing in the country and Steamboat is a great place to check that out! It reminded of an old wild west town with warmth and charm. I recommend flying right into town instead of driving from Denver.

Strawberry Park Hot Springs

Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs, County Road 36, Steamboat Springs, CO, United States

These hot springs were so beautiful and they are all natural! There are different pools with different water temperature (hot, hotttttt, reallllyyy hotttttt and freezing). I recommend signing up for a shuttle to take you there and back - the road should not be driven by someone who is not experienced and many cars wipe out. Go while it is light outside so you can take in the scenery.

Old Town Hot Springs

Old Town Hot Springs, South Lincoln Avenue, Steamboat Springs, CO, United States

These hot springs were right in town and easily accessible. Although they are naturally fed, you feel like you are more at a town pool. This is a nice evening activity after skiing.

Ski

Steamboat Ski Resort, Mount Werner Circle, Steamboat Springs, CO, United States

Skiing at steamboat was amazing! They are known for having champagne powder. The mountain was not as big as some other mountains in Colorado so it is great for a few days but perhaps not the full week.

Morningside Park

Steamboat Ski Resort, Mount Werner Circle, Steamboat Springs, CO, United States

Morningside Park is the back bowl on the mountain of Steamboat and was our favorite place to ski.

Feeding the Grey Jays

Steamboat Ski Resort, Mount Werner Circle, Steamboat Springs, CO, United States

If you ski morningside park, bring some nuts or crackers in your pocket and feed the grey jays! If you take your glove off and hold your hand still they will land right on you :)

Mahogany Ridge Brewing Company

Mahogany Ridge Brewery & Grill, South Lincoln Avenue, Steamboat Springs, CO, United States

Food here was by far my favorite in town!

 

Strawberry Park Hot Springs

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Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs, County Road 36
These hot springs were so beautiful and they are all natural! There are different pools with different water temperature (hot, hotttttt, reallllyyy hotttttt and freezing). I recommend signing up for a shuttle to take you there and back - the road should not be driven by someone who is not experienced and many cars wipe out. Go while it is light outside so you can take in the scenery.
 

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Old Town Hot Springs

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Old Town Hot Springs, South Lincoln Avenue
These hot springs were right in town and easily accessible. Although they are naturally fed, you feel like you are more at a town pool. This is a nice evening activity after skiing.
 

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Ski

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Steamboat Ski Resort, Mount Werner Circle
Skiing at steamboat was amazing! They are known for having champagne powder. The mountain was not as big as some other mountains in Colorado so it is great for a few days but perhaps not the full week.
 

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Morningside Park

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Steamboat Ski Resort, Mount Werner Circle
Morningside Park is the back bowl on the mountain of Steamboat and was our favorite place to ski.
 

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Feeding the Grey Jays

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Steamboat Ski Resort, Mount Werner Circle
If you ski morningside park, bring some nuts or crackers in your pocket and feed the grey jays! If you take your glove off and hold your hand still they will land right on you :)
 

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Mahogany Ridge Brewing Company

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Mahogany Ridge Brewery & Grill, South Lincoln Avenue
Food here was by far my favorite in town!
 

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