Quality Inn & Suites
1055 Walton Creek Rd.
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Phone: (970) 879-6669
Fax: (970) 870-1545
Located in Routt National Forest, the Steamboat Ski Resort ski resort is spread over 2,965 acres (1,119 hectares). It has numerous ski trails for all levels of expertise and mostly stays open from November to April.
With a track record of producing almost 70 Olympians, the Howelsen Hill Ski Area is certainly a site that is worth visiting. This skiing area is one of the largest skiing complex across the surrounding areas and towns. The International Skiing History Association and the Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum and Hall of Fame has lauded Howelsen with the most coveted title of 'Pioneer Ski Resort'. So if you want to get trained by the best in the field, there is no better place than Howelsen Hill Ski Area, as it is known for sending majority of skiers to global championships. For more updates and information, call ahead.
Located far away from the hustle bustle of tourists in the main skiing area of Steamboat Springs, the Christmas Tree Bowl is a jewel waiting to be discovered. Visited by the most experienced skiers, the Christmas Tree Bowl presents one with some excellent downhill skiing trails that are full of steep slopes and trees as obstacles. So if you're one of those who likes to take the road less traveled, you know where to go.
Colorado River Guides have the local river scene covered. With decades of experience, they know every exhilirating whitewater alley and fish-filled thouroughfare. Join them for a rafting trip or sign up for some great fly fishing. Rafting trips are offered on the Colorado River May-Oct., and on the Eagle River May-July.