top steamboat winter activities
5 Things to Do
The Christie Peak Express high-speed chairlift whisks you to top of the Christie Peak to embark on your night of adventure. All levels of skiing and riding will be available with two beginner, two intermediate and one advanced trail. Stay up late with us as you cruise down 1,100 vertical feet of terrain under state-of-the-art Ultra-Tech™ Lighting that significantly improves the night skiing experience.
At the end of an active day, a relaxing soak in a natural hot springs mineral pool can be just what your sore muscles need. Steamboat has two locations with hot springs, The Strawberry Park Hot Springs are like Steamboat itself, a little off the beaten path, but well worth finding. The Old Town Hot Springs, located in downtown, feature a heated outdoor pool and water slides for the kids, while you soak in the natural hot springs.Natural Hot Springs
Take a Sleigh Ride dinner
Dash through the snow as a pair of majestic draft horses pull your 20-person sleigh around Yampa Valley's rolling hills. Upon return to your winter clubhouse retreat, settle in for a delicious three-course dinner with all the trimmings. Dine on a distinctive Colorado menu of prime beef, free range chicken or fresh seafood, followed by coffee and dessert.
Surround yourself with the peace and quiet and beauty of Steamboat under the stars. The guided moonlit snowshoe tour on beautiful Mt. Werner is led by a Steamboat Ambassador, you will have an opportunity to learn about the Yampa Valley and its history, as well as get a new perspective on the slopes you skied during the day. You'll finish the night off by sitting down to a delightful dinner at Hazie's.
Tired of standing all day on a ski or snowboard? Try screaming your way down the mountain at Howelsen Hill or Saddleback Ranch on an inner tube. It's just as much fun for adults as it is for the kids.