A well-deserved 7-Day journey has the power to change your perspective, and when you have seven days to spare, setting your travel sights on Steamboat Springs is a must. From outdoor adventure to indoor fun, this is a place where everything is possible. Here are a few places to start the journey.
Day 1: Enjoy Old Town Hot Springs
For more than 100 years, enjoying the restorative and relaxing properties of Steamboat Springs’ natural waters has been a popular activity in this area. When you’re here to be part of the adventure, head over to Old Town Hot Springs and take advantage of their many pools. Once you’ve had time to soak, you can follow it up with an on-site massage sure to leave you feeling your best.
Day 2: Explore the Yampa River Core Trail
This paved pathway is one of a kind and takes visitors to Steamboat Springs through the heart of town and past some of the most iconic stops like the Yampa River Botanic Park too! Enjoy the trail by bike or on foot, and make sure you have your camera with you, as this riverside pathway offers up much in the way of scenic beauty to be enjoyed.
Day 3: Give Fly Fishing a Try
The Yampa River is teeming with trout year-round, making it a great place to cast a line, especially if you’re the type of angler that loves to fly fish! The river has many in-town access points, making fly fishing an ideal activity to round out a 7-Day journey this direction.
Day 4: Savor the Flavors at Aurum Food & Wine
When you’re looking for savory flavors, small plates, or a dining experience that comes with an impressive wine list, Aurum Food & Wine promises to please the palate. Situated conveniently on Yampa Street, Aurum Food & Wine is an elegant place to dine indoors or on the patio and it’s hard to go wrong with a dish that features everything from Aurum filet to Cornish hen. This stop is also popular for its selection of handcrafted cocktails.
Day 5: Explore the Howelsen Hill Skill Area
If your seven-day journey has you headed to Steamboat Springs in the winter, make your way to the Howelsen Hill Ski Area and connect with history as well as amazing jumps and runs. This area has been open since 1915 and provides guests with a legacy of downhill excellence with every visit.
Day 6: Stop by the Steamboat Art Museum
There’s nothing like a touch of creativity to enhance your seven-day stay in Steamboat Springs. The Steamboat Art Museum is a great place to get your fill of local and regional art displayed in a space that once served as a local bank.
Day 7: Enjoy the Tread of Pioneers Museum
When you want to know more about the story behind the destination, the Tread of Pioneers Museum is the place to find it. This comprehensive stop brings the past to life and promises to be as informative as it is exciting!
Book Today – 7-Day Journey
There’s no reason to wait when you’re ready to enjoy time away in Steamboat Springs. When you need accommodations that keep everyone comfortable and close to the fun, the team at Four Seasons Steamboat has the home away from home you’ve been searching for. Contact us today to learn more.