Steamboat’s unique mix of warm sun, cowboy boots and friendly locals lends an inviting, laid back atmosphere to the historic Colorado resort town, where western heritage meets abundant outdoor adventure.
Steamboat Springs was originally a summer resort before it became known as Ski Town, USA® and renowned for its world class skiing and famed Champagne Powder®. Travelers in the early 1900s visited Steamboat Springs in the summer months for the natural hot springs and vast hunting and fishing opportunities.
Today, the snow falls in abundance in the winter months, our cowboys ride mountain bikes and summer adventure runs the gamut, from biking along Steamboat’s Yampa River Core Trail to exploring the hundreds of miles of singletrack and endless county roads; from floating down the Yampa to soaking in natural hot springs; from golfing among the peaks and valleys to casting a line for native trout; and above all, making the most of the long, summer days.
LOCATIONColorado's Yampa Valley is located just 160 miles northwest of Denver. From Denver, take I-70 west through the Eisenhower Tunnel to the Silverthorne exit; go north on Colorado Highway 9 to Kremmling, then west on U.S. Highway 40 to Steamboat Springs. From Salt Lake City (390 miles), take I-80 east, merge into U.S. 40 east (exit 148) and take U.S. 40 into Steamboat Springs.
Steamboat Ski Area: Base: 6,900' Summit/Mt. Werner: 10,568'
Medicine Bow/Routt National Forest: 5,500' to 12,940'
Mt. Zirkel Wilderness: Fifteen peaks reach 12,000' with Mt. Zirkel the highest at 12,180'
Flat Tops Wilderness: Devil’s Causeway 11,600'
Hahn's Peak Village: 8,128' Hahn’s Peak Summit: 10,839'
Timber Run is centrally located at 2015 Walton Creek Road in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The condo is less than 500 yards away from Gondola Square and the entrance to the Steamboat Ski Area.