Steamboat

Steamboat Ski Resort (aka, Steamboat or Ski Town U.S.A.®) is located approximately 154 miles from Denver, in Routt County, in the northwest part of Colorado. Steamboat was established in 1963 and is the only place in the world to find it’s trademarked Champagne Powder®.

Steamboat is notorious for being one of the premier ski and snowboard resorts in Colorado. The mountain consists 165 marked trails (mostly intermediate and advance) on 2,965 skiable acres, serviced by 18 lifts that can accommodate up to 41,465 people per hour.

With it’s western charm, family friendly atmosphere and world famous snow conditions, you have to ski or snowboard at Steamboat at least once if you consider yourseld a true enthusiast!

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Steamboat Stats

Statistics

Skiable Acres: 2,965
Annual Snowfall: 349"
Number of Trails: 165
Longest Run: 3 miles
Lift Capacity: 41,465
Established: 1963

Elevation

Base: 6,900
Summit: 10,568
Vertical Rise: 3,668

Terrain

Expert: 0%
Advanced: 44%
Intermediate: 42%
Beginner: 14%
Parks: 1

Lifts (18)

Gondola: 1
Six Person (High Speed): 1
Quad (High Speed): 5
Quad: 1
Triple: 6
Double: 2
Surface: 2

Ticket Prices
(2013-14)

Adult: $119.00
Senior: $75.00
Youth: $98.00
Child: $71.00
5 & Under: Free

Early season discounts may be available.

Season Passes
(2013-14)

Adult: $1,309.00
Youth: $739.00
Child: $519.00
Senior: $649.00

Hours of Operation

8:00am-3:30pm

Contact

2305 Mt. Werner Circle
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

(970) 879-7300

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