Steamboat Ski and Resort Corporation

Steamboat Springs, Ski Town USA, is known for its trademarked Champagne Powder. It is also one of the largest ski mountains in North America and the 2nd largest in Colorado with 3,668 vertical feet, 141 trails, and 2,939 acres of terrain.



Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club

The primary mission of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club “is to provide an opportunity for young athletes to become successful individuals and achieve their personal goals through participation in winter sports”. That we have been successful in transmission of this achievement process is proven not only through our list of US Ski Team and Olympic Team members, but also through the thousands of SSWSC alumni who are now achievers and creators in all aspects of life. We have enjoyed being recognized as USSA Club of the Year 1999 and continue to earn the title of Ski Town USA.

Steamboat Powder Cats

Steamboat Powder Cats provides a welcome alternative to the traditional ski resort experience. We offer untracked powder conditions, snow cat transportation and a full service environment that allow our guests to indulge in their powder skiing and snowboarding fantasies. Located just north of the Steamboat Ski Area in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, our exclusive U.S. Forest Service permit area receives over 600 inches of the lightest Champagne Powder in North America every year. Two luxury snow cats provide transportation for 24 guests per day in our 10,000 acre ski terrain. Our runs cater to guests of intermediate and expert ability, whether they seek the adrenaline charge of a steep tree run, or the serenity of a peaceful descent through one of our open bowls.

Steamboat Ski Touring Center

What better way to spend the winter than cross country skiing on 30 kilometers of groomed trails winding through aspens and along beautiful Fish Creek! Steamboat Ski Touring Center’s trails welcome all ability levels, novice to advanced, and are groomed for both classic, skate skiing and snowshoeing.

Howelsen Hill SKi Area

Howelsen Hill Ski Area holds a unique place in the history of skiing. It has sent more skiers to international competition than any other area in North America. Howelsen boasts a remarkable heritage. It is the oldest ski area in continuous use in Colorado, and has the largest and most complete natural ski jumping complex in North America. Howelsen has been the training ground for 47 Olympians, 15 members of the Colorado Ski Hall of Fame & six members of the National Ski Hall of fame.

Please review the following properties that depict a Steamboat Springs ?Skiing? Lifestyle.