Steamboat Springs isn’t just for winter skiing. With its miles of hiking and mountain biking trails, rivers for tubing and kayaking, and alpine golf courses, Steamboat Springs is a great choice for anyone who wants to keep their distance from other people and embrace nature.
You can even ride the gondola to the top of Mount Werner to take in the spectacular views of wildflower-covered mountains from 10,570 feet.
For the mountain biker, Steamboat has loads to offer. There are over 500 miles of singletrack. Locals swear by the trails on Emerald Mountain.
If you are frustrated with your golf game closer to sea level, then you are in for a treat. Due to the decreased air density, there is less drag on the ball, meaning you will find yourself driving farther than you ever thought possible. What a morale boost!
For hikers looking for a challenge, the Devil’s Causeway delivers. The steep drop-offs are not for the faint of heart, and the 11,800-foot peak requires a good level of fitness, but the view is worth every blister.
After a long day outdoors, come back to your private villa at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort Villas where you can distance as much as you care to. There are 4 restaurants on-site and each villa comes with a full kitchen. Take advantage of the complimentary shuttle service, on-site spa, business center, valet parking, gym, golf, tennis, heated pool, and more.
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