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A Steamboat Springs Getaway

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Steamboat Springs is nestled in the Rocky Mountains of northwest Colorado. It’s known for its famous dry powdery snow, family friendly atmosphere, true ranching heritage and its friendly folks. Off the beaten path from other Colorado resorts that are close to I-70, Steamboat doesn’t experience huge crowds of people every day. That means the slopes are yours to enjoy and when you’re done, find a place to truly relax and unwind from your daily stresses in one of the condos or townhomes managed by Steamboat Resorts.



The Steamboat Ski Area encompasses 6 peaks and almost 3000 skiable acres. The resort offers something for every ability level to enjoy with a variety of terrain ranging from gentle bunny slopes to steep chutes and what it’s really known for is amazing tree skiing. On a powder day nothing beats gliding through the perfectly spaced Aspen trees of Closets and Shadows. There are on-mountain dining options with views, including the newly expanded Four Points Lodge. Want to learn how to ski or brush up on your skills? Take a group or private lesson at the ski school run by former Olympian and Steamboat ambassador Billy Kid. The little ones will love the Kids Vacation Center with daycare options for kids age 6 months and up and lessons for 3 years and up.

Besides the inviting slopes and glades of the Steamboat Ski Area, there are a plethora of activities to enjoy in the winter. Visit the natural Strawberry Park Hot Springs, located just outside of town to relax your muscles and enjoy the peace that only basking in nature can bring. Or experience a horse-drawn sleigh ride dinner at Saddleback Ranch. Want to harness your inner cowboy or cowgirl? Head to Del’s Triangle 3 Ranch, hop on a horse and take a trail ride through the snow. Looking for something more adventurous? Check out a snowmobile tour on Rabbit Ears Pass with Steamboat Snowmobile Tours or view the beautiful Yampa Valley from above in a Hot Air Balloon.

Just because Steamboat is located off the beaten path, doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy fine dining and great microbrews. Fine dining can be found at Café Diva where Chef Kate creates a unique new American cuisine using local ingredients served up with personalized service. Or visit the Laundry, a gastro-pub serving up small plates in a historic building downtown. Steamboat is home to 3 craft breweries, Butcherknife Brewing, Storm Peak Brewing and Mahogany Ridge Brewery. All of which serve up tasty microbrews with a selection for any palate.

Stay with Steamboat Resorts by Wyndham Vacation Rentals this winter and let them help make your vacation unforgettable. With the largest selection of professionally managed vacation rentals located around the base of the ski area, they have something to meet every desire and budget. Choose from affordable hotel rooms to luxury six bedroom townhomes and everything in between. Their properties feature hotel-like amenities including pools, hot tubs, shuttle service and free Wi-Fi and conveniences of home like full kitchens and room to spread out. Plus their friendly staff offers world-class service that sets them apart from the rest.



Book your vacation with Steamboat Resorts by Wyndham Vacation Rentals by November 27th and not only will you receive great rates on lodging, but save up to 20% on lift tickets as well. Their vacation specialists can also book complete packages including airfare, airport transfers, equipment rentals and more. Visit their website or call 866.931.1580 to start planning the ultimate Steamboat vacation today.