Steamboat Springs is nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, off the beaten path but still within reach. If you can do it in the summer in Colorado, you can do it in Steamboat. On the water, there’s rafting, kayaking, tubing, fishing, paddleboarding, and relaxing in the hot springs. On land try hiking, biking, horseback riding, golf, and zip lining. When the winter comes around, Steamboat is more than just skiing and riding. Immerse yourself in western heritage with horseback rides, snowmobiling, hot springs, sleigh ride dinners, and more. A year-around authentic mountain town, steeped in adventure, history, and culture.

Steamboat’s special wild places include:

  • Medicine Bow National Forest - Est. 1902

  • Routt National Forest - Est. 1905

  • Mount Zirkel Wilderness - Est. 1980

  • Steamboat Ski Resort - Est. 1963

  • Yampa River

  • Steamboat Lake State Park - Est. 1967

  • Sarvis Creek Wilderness - Est. 1993

  • Flat Tops Wilderness - Est. 1975

To make a donation to the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund, the nonprofit supporting Steamboat’s wild place, text WILD4STEAMBOAT to 44321, or click the button below.