The business is located 35 minutes south of Steamboat Springs that offers guided ATV tours. The tours last about 3 hours long and include a few different stops where guests and take in the views and learn a little bit about Routt County history. The tour also gives people an opportunity to learn about the American Bison. The guest gets to drive through the herd, even having the opportunity to stop amongst them.
They offer two different tour times: 10:00 AM & 1:30 PM
One of Steamboat’s most exciting events is the Pro Rodeo Series. During the summer months, this long-standing tradition hits Brent Romick Arena every Friday and Saturday night. This family- friendly activity includes all kinds of exciting events such as Bareback Riding, Team Roping, Steer Wrestling, and more. Steamboat prides itself in sticking to it’s Western roots — and the Steamboat Rodeo is an important way we do so. This event is largely popular with locals, and an absolute favorite of our visitors as well.
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History of the Rodeo
The beginning of the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo is known to go back more than a century. It is not know for certain when Steamboat Springs hosted its first organized rodeo competition, however mentions of competitive rodeo events date back to at least 1898. Steamboat has been been a long-standing Western town. It was full of cowboys and cowgirls, and horses that were bred for work, and cattle drives down Lincoln. The local cowboys’ casual betting often led to impromptu rodeo-type competitions.
The rodeo begins at 7:30pm at Brent Romick Arena, located on Yampa Street. There is on-site barbecue with beef, ribs, chicken and of course, your favorite classic sides. To score the best seat, head over early when the doors open at 5:30. The Steamboat rodeo goes on rain or shine, and usually lasts about two hours. From roping games to rodeo clowns, this is the perfect event for the whole family!
Come check out Steamboat Springs’ incredible rodeo series going on all summer long. From a downtown condo to our mountainside locations, Four Seasons Steamboat can provide you with housing accommodations for your trip to Steamboat. We have what you need for for a luxurious vacation, a private home, or a place for the whole family to vacation. Therefore, we have the rental properties and vacation homes you and your loved ones will always remember. Vacation like a local with Four Seasons Steamboat. For lodging, head back to our home page here.
People from all over the world come far and wide to ski Steamboat’s unmatched Champagne Powder. We have thousands of acres to ski, unbeatable trees, and runs for every level of expertise. Therefore, there is nothing quite like skiing Steamboat. Aside from our awesome resort, you can also ride Howelsen Hill and try out backcountry skiing. No matter where your interests lie, Steamboat has anything you need to achieve the perfect ski Steamboat day.
Steamboat Resort – 2305 Mt Werner Cir – (970) 879-6111
One of Colorado’s best ski resorts consists of multiple mountains and peaks. With 18 lifts, 165 trails, and more than 3000 skiable acres, Steamboat Resort has terrain for the beginner to the expert skiers and snowboarders. Champagne Powder snow, an 84-year Olympic heritage, and family programs therefore make Steamboat worth riding. Our snow, coined Champagne Powder® for its light powdery texture, is an experience to ski on like no other. With a ten-year average of 338 inches of this magical stuff, you’re bound to find an untouched stash somewhere.
Howelsen Hill – Howelsen Pkwy – (970) 879-8499
This unique ski area not only hosts the same Champagne Powder, but you can even check out the Olympic ski jumps while you’re ridging the lifts. This is the birth place of so many incredible Olympic Athletes, therefore providing this ski area has a unique heritage. It is Colorado’s oldest ski area in continuous use, as it was opened in 1915. With the largest natural ski jumping complex in North America, Howelsen Hill offers downhill and cross-country skiing too! In addition, night skiing/riding is available 3 nights a week. Folks can ski Steamboat for free on Sundays.
The peaks surrounding Steamboat offer some of the deepest snow in Colorado. With endless miles from Rabbit Ears to Clark, there are a multitude of places to check out backcountry and cross country. However, we absolutely recommend using a guided tour in order to try out the backcountry. Not only will you be further protected in this unique endeavor, but also will get the local’s knowledge. Sometimes the best places to try your hand are hidden. For a full list of popular trails, check our the Chamber’s information provided here.
Book with Four Seasons Steamboat during your vacation for a personalized experience and a local’s knowledge on all things Steamboat. We have great vacation rentals for you and the whole family! From a downtown condo to our mountainside locations, Four Seasons Steamboat can provide you with housing accommodations for your trip to Steamboat. Regardless if you are looking for a luxurious vacation rental, a private home, or a place for the whole family to vacation, we have the rental properties and vacation homes you and your loved ones will always remember. Vacation like a local with Four Seasons Steamboat. For lodging, head back to our home page here.
When arriving in Steamboat, there’s no need to spend time, money, and gasoline! We pride ourselves on the multiple modes of transportation our city supports. From summer to winter, there are a multitude of ways to find your way around town that are kind to your wallet, your mileage, and the environment! We have compiled just a few ways in which to get around Steamboat Springs — regardless the time of year.
Steamboat Springs Transit – (970) 879-3717
One of most efficient ways to get around Steamboat is the Free Bus System. With tons of stops all over town, this is the perfect way to get your from one side of town to the other. Whether you’re heading to the river to begin your tubing journey, or loading up your skies to hit the mountain, this is the most environmentally and financially efficient transportation Steamboat offers. In order to learn about times, routes, and stops, click here!
Go Alpine – (970) 879-2800
Go Alpine is another awesome way to get around Steamboat! This company get you around town or can safely transport you to and from the Denver or Hayden airports. They own an array of vehicles — shuttle vans, SUV’s, taxis, a limousine, and more! Therefore, Go Alpine is another great way to get around Steamboat.
All of Colorado’s winter sports draw thousands into the Front Range every weekend. And because I-70 is about the only way into the mountains, the ski traffic can at times get pretty severe. If you’re heading to Steamboat for the Champagne Powder, the newest “Snowstang” is an exciting new way to do that. Beat the dreaded I-70 ski traffic with this new bus that rides from Denver to Steamboat beginning this winter. Keep in mind, the Steamboat fare will be $40.
Come check out Steamboat Springs’ incredible activities around the city. From a downtown condo to our mountainside locations, Four Seasons Steamboat can provide you with housing accommodations for your trip to Steamboat. Regardless if you are looking for a luxurious vacation rental, a private home, or a place for the whole family to vacation, we have the rental properties and vacation homes you and your loved ones will always remember. Vacation like a local with Four Seasons Steamboat. For lodging, head back to our home page here.
When heading out for a hike or camping trip, a quick sandwich to go is a must. Steamboat has some incredible sandwich shops — from high-piled italians to more deluxe concoctions, there a diverse and delicious options all over town. While enjoying your Steamboat getaway, make sure to book with Four Seasons Steamboat and in addition, try one of our favorite sandwich shops in town!
Yampa Sandwich CO – 635 Lincoln Ave – (970) 879-3617
Yampa Sandwich CO, previously known as Backcountry Deli, is an all-time local favorite. This incredible shop has self-proclaimed “inspiring ingredients, inventive flavors, and quality nutrition” — and we concur! One of our favorite go-tos, this shop is perfect for a post-ski quick bite or for a pre-camping meal. Hot breakfast, speciality creations, and build-your-own bites is just a few delicious ways Yampa Sandwich CO serves it up.
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Cruisers Sub Shop – 685 Marketplace Plaza – (970) 879-1747
Located in two places — Steamboat Springs and La Jolla, California, this shop puts a beachy twist on our little mountain town. After a long day of winter sports, this shop will take you somewhere on a beach with it’s unique interior and menu. From pulled pork to italians piled high, these sandwiches are to die for. In addition, it is conveniently located on the mountain. This shop is the perfect pull-off when heading back downtown for a hot tub and a shower.
Drunken Onion – 685 Marketplace Plaza – (970) 879-8423
Putting a more opulent twist on the casual grab and go sandwiches, these concoctions are nothing short of delicious. Located right near Cruisers, this is your place for delicious sandwiches. There is also an array of other grab and go meals. Sandwiches such as Chicken, Basil Pesto, and Gruyere or Prosciutto and Asiago are truly mouth-watering. These pre-made sandwiches are quick to pick up so you can spend more time savoring every bite.
When heading out for an activity-packed weekend, a quick sandwich is always a fan favorite. Steamboat has fantastic sandwich shops — whether it be the quick and delicious bite or more deluxe concoctions, there a diverse and delicious options all over town. Come check out Steamboat Springs’ incredible eateries around the city. From a downtown condo to our mountainside locations, Four Seasons Steamboat can provide you with housing accommodations. Our rentals include luxurious vacation rentals, a private homes, or a place for the whole family to vacation. You will always remember our rental properties and vacation homes. Vacation like a local with Four Seasons Steamboat. For lodging, head back to our home page here.
When bopping around Steamboat, there are some incredible happy hours to check out. Whether you’re kicking your ski boots off after 17,000 vertical, or enjoying a riverside margarita in the summer, we are here to share with you the best Steamboat happy hours. Plan your trip with Four Seasons Steamboat to check out these incredible cocktails and deals!
Aurum – 811 Yampa St – (970) 879-9500
From 4:30 to 6pm daily, head over to the delicious and popular Aurum. Located right along to Yampa River, this is a great place for date night or a sophisticated night out with friends. One of the more cultivated restaurants of Steamboat, this is a great place for both winter and summer visitors. Check out $7 cocktails, $5 Palladio blend, and 1/2 off draft beers. Also try one of their incredible happy hour appetizers such as $9 Aurum Nachos, $6 House Smoked Pork Ribs, Crispy Curried Cauliflower or Parmesan Fries, and an $8 Daily Flatbread Selection.
Laundry Kitchen and Cocktails – 127 11th St – (970) 870-0681
Laundry is noted as a favorite by most locals. As the #1 Steamboat restaurant on trip advisor, this laid-back and intimate setting is the perfect ambiance for date night. From 4:30 to 6, head to the historic Soda Creek building next to Creekside Cafe. Incredible small plates during happy hour are available from tacos, to a seasonal veggie plate, shoestring potatoes, or charcuterie! Drink specials are as follows:
$5 well drinks
$7 daily house-infused cocktail
$9 daily house-infused martini
$1 off cocktails
Wine by time (Price of select wines is the same as the time — $4.30 at 4:30pm, etc.)
Half-price straight pours (Sundays Scotch, Tuesdays American whiskey, Thursdays tequila)
Truffle Pig – 2250 Après Ski Way – (970) 879 – 7470
There is one thing all skiers and snowboarders can agree on — happy hour after a day on the mountain is a must! Truffle Pig is located right above the main gondola at Steamboat Spring’s Mountain Base. After crushing it on the slopes all day, unbind those boots from 2-5pm for $4 well drinks and shots, beers as low as $2.50, and $5 to $7 cocktails. There are tons of delicious food options as well, starting as low as $7.
Sunpies – 735 Yampa Avenue – (970) 870-3360
For summer lovers, a riverside drink a must-do experience while visiting Steamboat. The casual Sunpies’ located on Yampa Street is a favorite! For those who like to kick their feet up, holler at passing rafters, cheer on anglers, and laugh at those being dumped from their tubes — Sunpies is the place to be. Their happy hour is from 3:00-6:00 p.m. daily and $1 Off Alcoholic Beverages. With ever-changing happy hour specials, you can expect to see items like $3.50 Abitas, $1 tacos, or jalapeño poppers.
Come check out Steamboat Springs’ incredible happy hours around the city. From a downtown condo to our mountainside locations, Four Seasons Steamboat can provide you with housing accommodations for your trip to Steamboat. Regardless if you are looking for a luxurious vacation rental, a private home, or a place for the whole family to vacation, we have the rental properties and vacation homes you and your loved ones will always remember. Vacation like a local with Four Seasons Steamboat. For lodging, head back to our home page here.