Destination Colorado Focus On Steamboat Springs

Destination Colorado Focus On: Steamboat Springs

By Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, Inc.

Located in northwest Colorado, Steamboat Springs is nestled perfectly within the Rocky Mountains with wide-open spaces that create an ideal playground to enjoy outdoor activities or simply relax. Bike your way to a breathtaking overlook, fly fish on the Elk River, launch high above the Valley in a hot air balloon, saddle up for a horseback ride to a remote location or rejuvenate in one of our famous natural hot springs. Nearby reservoirs, rivers, forest and four state parks provide excellent adventure opportunities. Award-winning spas offer much-needed relaxation and rejuvenation. The countless activities available in Steamboat Springs double as wonderful team building opportunities.


With a packed calendar of events, there is something for everyone. Throughout the summer, Steamboat hosts the Pro Rodeo Series, farmers market, various athletic competitions and many popular music concerts. In addition, the area has a diverse amount of art galleries and historic landmarks. Other signature summer events include the Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup, Cowboys’ Roundup Days & 4th of July Celebration, Hot Air Balloon Rodeo, Steamboat Wine Festival, Steamboat All Arts Festival and Steamboat OktoberWest. These events offer great downtime entertainment for meeting attendees.


The new Promenade, a multi-million dollar project, includes the daylighted Burgess Creek, Steamboat Stage, and pedestrian corridor connecting Gondola Square, Torian Plum Plaza and Ski Time Square. Burgess Creek flows right through the heart of the base area for summer visitors to enjoy. The Promenade is the main access point for the Gondola which takes guests up to 9,000 feet for incredible views, mid-mountain dining and access to hiking and biking trails. The Steamboat Stage and Promenade are perfect locations for post-meeting events.


Steamboat Springs is just three hours northwest of Denver by car. With daily jet service and convenient connections nationwide, Steamboat is ideal for groups of any size. New this coming winter, there will be weekly flights from Los Angeles into the Yampa Valley Regional Airport.


You’ll find inspiration in our wide-open space but also in our professional planning and flexible meeting spaces. With two hotels and conference space just steps away from one another, as well as additional lodging properties nearby, you can hold small, intimate meetings as well as large conferences. Contact the Sheraton Steamboat Resort or The Steamboat Grand to plan your next meeting or event.


Bring a breath of fresh Rocky Mountain air to your next meeting in Steamboat Springs, where you’ll find the spirit of the West and friendly hospitality everywhere. For more information, visit