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Dinner on the mountain - You can walk!
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Mahogany Ridge Brewery and Grill
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Ski and Snowboard School
First things first! Skiing and Snowboarding of course! Steamboat Ski and Snowboard School offers lessons to every level. Call 800-299-5017 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those seeking to buy equipment, the only person to see is Harry at Steamboat Ski and Bike Kare - 970-879-9144. He is the best boot fitter in town with the patience of Job (I know, I have tested him!) He is at 422 Lincoln Avenue which is the main street runnning through downtown.
To rent equipment, the easiest solution is to walk to the gondola area where you will find Sport Stalker, RideSports, Steamboat Ski Rentals and Steamboat Ski & Sport (located in the ground floor of the Sheraton) - 970-871-5346.
Steamboat Snowmobile Tours - 970-879-6500. These guys do a great job. The scenery is just breathtaking up on their high mountain meadows on Rabbit Ears Pass. We have had a lot of fun with them.
You can tube down the Preview run in the evenings. Call 970-871-5359. We haven't done this yet, but it looks like it would be a lot of fun.
An Absoulte MUST-DO is Strawberry Park Hot Springs - 970-879-0342. This is a magical place, especially at night. It is rejuvenating, relaxing, and truly amazing. You do need a 4-wheel drive to go, or you can call Sweet Pea Tours (970-879-5820). They have a small private pool where you can get a Watsu treatment while your other half is getting a regular massage and then you switch. It is the most renewing treatment that we have ever had.
For fun that will make your belly ache, you must try Dog Sledding with Grizzle-t Dog and Sled Works - 970-870-1782. They are located just out of town on the way to the airport. We laughed so hard we could hardly drive the sled. I say "drive" with tongue in cheek! Its a hoot.
Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing
We tried the cross country skiing at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center - 970-879-8180. The scenery was gorgeous and the trails were well kept. We have heard from friends who live in Steamboat that Vist Verde is a must too. You can check that out on their site as well.
We went out to the Elk River Guest Ranch for a tepee sleigh ride dinner. They are out in Clark, and the drive out there is worth it. They have beautiful horses and gorgeous land to take you for your ride before you enjoy your dinner in a real tepee. Good food.
There are so many summer activities to enjoy it's difficult to narrow it down.
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Devils Causeway - Yampa Valley
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Golfing at Haymaker Golf Course
This is a public golf course with all the amenities you'll need. Absolutely
For those of you who do not want to rent a car, it is easy to get around. First you will need picking up at the airport - call Alpine Taxi - 970-879-TAXI and make your reservations before you arrive. They will take you directly to the condo. The bus stop for the free bus is at the bus station in Gondola Square and will take you to the grocery store, Wal-mart, and downtown for all the great shopping. You can rent equipment right by the gondola, which you can walk to.
To fly to Steamboat you will use the Yampa Valley Regional Airport (HDN), which is 22 miles from town. Big planes come in during the winter season. Delta Airlines, American Airlines and United Airlines all have full schedules during winter. In the summer only small planes and a lighter schedule is available coming from Denver on United Express.
Check-in and out is super easy and contactless. The key is in a lockbox by the entrance door to the condo complex. You will be given the combination before check-in.