Directions From Denver

Take N Broadway and W 8th Ave to W 6th Ave/6th Ave. Freeway
7 min (1.8 mi)

Head northwest toward Cleveland Pl
157 ft

Turn right onto Cleveland Pl
328 ft

Turn right onto N Broadway
0.9 mi

Turn right onto W 8th Ave
0.7 mi

Use the middle lane to turn left onto Kalamath St
0.2 mi

Follow I-70 W, CO-9 N and US-40 W to Co Rd 129/Elk River Rd in Steamboat Springs
2 h 53 min (156 mi)

Use the right 3 lanes to turn slightly right onto W 6th Ave/6th Ave. Freeway (signs for I-25)
Continue to follow 6th Ave. Freeway
0.5 mi

Keep left to continue on W 6th Ave/6th Ave. Freeway
1.4 mi

Continue onto US-6 W/W 6th Ave/6th Ave. Freeway
7.7 mi

Take the exit onto I-70 W toward Grand Jct
55.3 mi

Take exit 205 to merge onto CO-9 N/Blue River Pkwy toward Silverthorne
Continue to follow CO-9 N
37.6 mi

Turn left onto US-40 W/Park Ave
Continue to follow US-40 W
53.5 mi

Continue on Co Rd 129 to your destination 28 min (16.8 mi)

Turn right onto Co Rd 129/Elk River Rd
Continue to follow Co Rd 129
10.0 mi

Turn left onto Co Rd 54
4.2 mi

Continue onto Co Rd 52E
0.8 mi

Turn left to stay on Co Rd 52E
0.2 mi

Co Rd 52E turns slightly right and becomes Co Rd 56
1.4 mi

Turn right
0.2 mi
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Steamboat Springs, also known as Ski Town USA®, is part of the Yampa Valley and is a 3-hour drive from Denver. From skiing and fly fishing, to camping, hiking, rodeos and golf, Steamboat Springs is a destination for year round activities. Steamboat is best known for its epic skiing, with an average of over 330” of Champagne Powder® each winter. Besides skiing, Steamboat is also known for its other vibrant seasons, its gourmet restaurants, fashionable shopping, arts and culture, and its western heritage. With a population of about 12,000, the American West is alive and well in Steamboat Springs with its strong economic base grounded in agriculture and tourism.
The town offers 4 golf courses, endless hiking, biking and riding terrain, and the beautiful Yampa River flowing through town. Steamboat is a unique mountain town with a true sense of community, a family friendly place enriched by a diverse economy and rooted in its western heritage.