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The Love Boat

Saturday, February 15th, 2020

As we celebrate the month of Saint Valentines, we urge you to find your inner romantic. Whether you are looking for love, or some inspiration to reignite the flame, Steamboat Springs is the place to make it happen.  Here’s just a smattering of ideas to get you smooching.

❤️Watch the sun go down over the Yampa Valley from the best viewpoint in town. Ride the gondola to Thunderhead Lodge on most Thursday evenings for Sunset Happy Hour. Snag a table by the window, savor a cocktail and listen to the live music before cozying up on the gondola ride down. $15 for the gondola pass and get $5 off food and drinks.

❤️There’s nothing like trying something new together to break up old habits. Sign up for a class at the Steamboat Snowsports School, or a guided trip to experience ice fishing, dog sledding or horseback riding. Reward yourselves with dinner for two at Café Diva, a favorite among past guests and our team at Condos in Steamboat.

❤️Stash schnapps or a flask of hot chocolate in a backpack, along with goodies from the bakery counter at Winona’s and head for Fish Creek Falls. Strap on snowshoes and follow the trail to the iconic 283-foot waterfall. Stop at the base of the frozen falls then hike up the winding pathway through miles snow-packed forest.

❤️Get your motor running with a two-hour guided snowmobile ride in picturesque North Routt, and cozy up in a cabin at Hahn’s Peak Roadhouse over a three-course dinner.

❤️Relax in style with a massage and a soak at the Strawberry Park Hot Springs. Clothing is optional after dark.

❤️The first ever chairlift speed-dating event happens on Saturday, March 7. Starting at noon, the Denver-based speed dating company Lovebug is staging Love Laps: an afternoon packed with introduction opportunities, live music and après ski festivities. Register @steamboatprings.net/lovelaps


With 23 days to go…..

Monday, October 29th, 2012

until the Mountain officially opens we are going to run a few other numbers by you, while we wait. So to start us off 10 facts and stats you might like to know about Steamboat’s ski area…….

1963 – on January 12, the ski area was officially opened

165 trails to explore for the novice to the expert.

3,000 skiable acres of cruisers, meadows, trees, bowls and terrain parks.

6,900 ft – ski area base elevation

3 miles and counting – Why Not?- Steamboat’s longest ski run

331 inches is the average snowfall

59 frost-free days (so true we even have a book to prove it, 59 days, 39 degrees F at 6,770 Feet – Meeting the Challenge of Gardening in the Yampa Valley).

19,668 pillows to lay your head are available within the valley.

3 miles between the ski area shopping zone and downtown, a free bus service joins the two.

79 Olympians with links to Steamboat – there are several around to lend a hand each winter on the mountain between guiding and clinics, so keep you eyes open and you might just snag a couple great tips.


Tuesday, October 16th, 2012


To celebrate Steamboat’s 50th birthday this ski season, we are excited to announce the extension of the Early Rewards Program. If you missed the deadline yesterday – it is your lucky week.  It has been extended until 10/21/12.

If you are thinking about skiing Steamboat this winter, this is the last week to save the most on lift tickets.   Reserve 6 nights or more & receive 25% off lodging and 25% off lift tickets.   Available on all properties except Dec 22, 2012 – Jan 5, 2013 where the discount is 15% off lodging and 10% off lift tickets.   Minimum purchase of 3 days on lift tickets.  Kids Ski Free™ 12 & under when a parent or grandparent buys a 5 day lift ticket.

Don’t miss out on this deal!   This is the last week to save the most on lift tickets.  
Call Kim in Steamboat on 1-800-820–1886 for more info or check out the web site for availability.


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