Steamboat Colorado: Seven thousand feet up in the Colorado Rockies, nestled quietly below one of the largest ski mountains in North America, sits a small ranching community that serves as a constant reminder that the Old West is alive and well. Never far from its ranching roots, Steamboat remains firmlyl inked to a Western tradition that sets it apart from every other ski resort in the world.
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Whether you’re stepping foot into a local pub, one of our charming boutiques or stepping off the Gondola, the reception is the same warm. But the down home friendliness is only half the reason people choose to vacation here. With 164 trails, 3,668 vertical feet, and nearly 3,000 skiable acres, Steamboat’s 6 peaks are filled with world-class groomed cruisers, bumps, steeps, open meadows, legendary trees and Mavericks North America’s longest superpipe.
Steamboat is actually a complete mountain range: Mount Werner, Sunshine Peak, Storm Peak, Thunderhead Peak, Pioneer RidgeÂ® and Christie Peak. 2,965 acres (1200 hectares) of permitted terrain offer a diversity of trails for all levels of ability. Mavericks Superpipe is a freerider’s dream. Mavericks is 500 feet long, 56-feet wide and has 18-foot walls, and a 22-foot transition. Steamboat’s terrain park adjacent to Mavericks features an outdoor sound system, a variety of rails; kinked, sliders, rainbows, “s” mailboxes, double barrel, and Mini-Mav, a miniture version of the superpipe with eight-foot walls, perfect for novice riders. Gladed areas of Pioneer Ridge, Sunshine and Storm Peak are Steamboat’s particular claim to fame, with legendary Champagne PowderTM snow in the trees for the most avid powder hounds.