Steamboat Springs Resources and Info

Where are those properties really located?

We've got you covered. Helpful Steamboat maps: General Area Map; Mountain, Downtown and Fishcreek Boundaries Map; Steamboat City Street Map

Helpful websites and links for you:

Steamboat Chamber  (good source for upcoming events)
Steamboat Ski Resort
Steamboat Pilot (local newspaper)
Strings Music Festival (music festivals and concerts)
Routt County Assessor
Steamboat Library (great source for all things in the Yampa Valley)

Fun Facts (courtesy of Steamboat Chamber)

Location and Geography:

Steamboat is located 160 miles Northwest of Denver and lies against the Western Ridge of the Continental Divide, surrounded by national forest and wilderness areas. The Yampa River begins in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area, flows through downtown Steamboat and eventually meets the Green River in Dinosaur National Monument. Along with the two ski areas (Mt Warner and Howelsen) Steamboat boasts 150 plus natural springs, lakes and rivers.

Summers are mild with average high of 82 degrees, Winters average annual snowfall is 349"

Population (2013 Census):

  • City of Steamboat Springs: 12,100
  • Routt County: 23,513


  • Downtown: 6,696'
  • Ski Area Base 6,900' to 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'