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Steamboat Springs

• Population: 9,815 • Elevation: 6,728 • Area Code: 970 • Routt Co., CO 80477

Points of Interest: Fish Creek Falls, Strawberry Park Hot Springs, Mineral Springs, Howelsen Hill Sports Complex, Steamboat Ski Area, Tread of Pioneers Museum, Steamboat Lake, Rabbit Ears Pass

Visitor Information   Chamber of Commerce 1255 Lincoln (970)8790880

Hospital                    Yampa Valley Medical Center 1024 Central Park Dr. (970) 879-1322

Public Transit             Steamboat Springs Transit 1463 13th St. (970) 879-3717

Airport                    Steamboat Springs Airport 3495 Airport Cir. (970) 879-9042

College                    Colorado Mtn. College 1330 Bob Adams Dr. (970) 870-4444

Post Office                Steamboat Main Post Office 200 Lincoln Ave. (970) 870-3001

Library                     Bud Werner Memorial Library 1289 Lincoln Ave. (970) 879-0240

Museum                   Tread of Pioneers Museum 800 Oak St. (970) 879-2214

Golf Courses             Catamount Ranch & Club 33400 E. Catamount Dr. (970) 871-9300

                                  Haymaker Golf Club 34855 US Hwy 40 E. (970) 870-1846

                                  Sheraton Steamboat Golf Course  2200 Village Inn Ct. (970) 879-1391

                                  Steamboat Golf Club US Hwy. 40 W. (970) 879-4295

Ski Areas                    Steamboat 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. (970) 879-6111

                                    Howelsen Ski Area 845 Howelsen Park Dr. (970) 879-8499

Police Department       840 Yampa Ave. (970) 879-1144

Eire Department          840 Yampa Ave.

                                    2600 Pine Grove Rd. (970) 879-0700

Newspaper                Steamboat Pilot & Today 1901 Curve Plaza (970) 879-1502

Annual Events:

Cowboy Downhill January (970) 879-6111

Winter Carnival Early February (970) 879-0880

St. Patrick's Day Torchlight Parade Mid-March (970) 879-6111

Howelsen Hill Easter Egg Hunt Late March (970) 879-4300

Mt. Warner Easter Egg Hunt Late March (970) 879-4300

Cardboard Classic Early April (970) 879-0880

Strings in the Mountains Music Fest Summer (970) 879-5056

Steamboat Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K Race   Early June (970) 879-0880

Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup Mid-June (970) 879-0880

Yampa River Festival Mid-June (970) 879-6249

Sore Saddle Bike Festival Late June (970) 879-1675

Cowboy Roundup Days & 4th of July Celebration    Early July (970) 879-0880

Hot Air Balloon Rodeo Mid-July (970) 879-0880

Rainbow Weekend Mid-July (970) 879-0880

Classic Labor Day Celebration Labor Day Weekend     (970) 879-0880

Literary Sojourn Fest. of Authors Early September (970) 879-0240

Fall Foliage & Mtn. Brewfest Late September (970) 879-0880

Ski Town USA Nordic Comb. World Cup Early December (970) 879-6111

 

Think skiing isn't a religion here? You can ski-jump downtown! More Olympians have represented Steamboat Springs than any other town in North America, and Ski Town USA boasts that it sent more athletes to the 2002 Winter Games than some countries did. Famous for its champagne powder runs through the trees, Steamboat Ski Area now offers snowboarders the continent's longest superpipe. The town got its name from French trappers who mistook the chugging of a natural mineral spring for the sound of a steamboat engine. Skis and snowshoes were merely modes of transport before the Flying Norseman turned skiing into the local obsession. Carl Howelsen, a champion cross-country skier and ski-jumper, organized the first Winter Carnival in 1914 to celebrate winter and introduce competitive skiing. Today's carnivals include a shovel race, the dog sled pull, and a marching band on skis. Howelsen Hill remains a training site for Steamboat's present and future Olympians.