Guide for relocation to Steamboat Springs, CO

Year round recreation

Settle in Steamboat Springs and you won’t find a better town for four seasons of outdoor fun. Outdoor recreation follows the sun here, from countless snow sports to pursue in the winter — including alpine, Nordic, telemark and backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, dogsledding and more — to such summertime pursuits as golfing, fishing, hiking, backpacking, bicycling, paddling, lake-based activities and more.

Sandwich these around spring and fall pursuits, from whitewater kayaking and rafting  to hunting, fly fishing and fall foliage hikes, and you truly have a home where you can take advantage of every outdoor activity under the sun, all during lunch break right outyour back door.

Steamboat Springs features more than1,000 square miles of public lands, including the 520,000-acre Routt National Forest, four state parks and two wilderness areas.

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