It’s easy to get to Steamboat Springs and the Yampa Valley. In winter, Steamboat is the most conveniently accessed ski resort in Colorado, with daily flights arriving at the Yampa Valley Regional Airport (HDN), located just 22 miles from town. Click here for a full schedule of non-stop jet service.
A scenic drive meandering through the mountains and passes provide a few different routes to Steamboat Springs from the Denver metropolitan area. The quickest route to our Steamboat condo rentals is to take Interstate 70 West to the Silverthorne exit and continue along Colorado State Route 9 North to Kremmling and then take US 40 West over Rabbit Ears pass, to descend into the Yampa Valley and Steamboat Springs. (See Map below) Alternate Routes include going over Berthoud Pass(US 40) or taking the scenic route through Rocky Mountain National Park, via Trail Ridge Road, which is the highest paved road in the United States.
Rental cars as well as Steamboat based ground transportation services will bring you to your specific destination in our lush valley. It is a scenic, 160 mile drive from DIA to Steamboat Springs and the Yampa Valley. The views are spectacular along the I-70 corridor and it’s not uncommon for travelers to see wildlife, including elk, mountain goats, big horn sheep, eagles and deer.
Once you’re here, we have free transportation within the City of Steamboat Springs to help you get from your Steamboat Springs rental property to the various activities throughout the town.
During the summer, United Airlines has daily flights from DIA (Denver International Airport) into the Yampa Valley Regional Airport (HDN). Denver International Airport, is approximately 160 miles east of Steamboat Springs. In addition, most major airlines fly into DIA from both domestic and international locations throughout the world. In winter, Steamboat is the most conveniently accessed ski resort, with daily flights arriving just 22 miles from town.