Steamboat Springs

If you love to ski or need a beautiful place to unwind, consider staying at a Steamboat Springs bed and breakfast. Seven thousand feet up in the Colorado Rockies, nestled quietly below one of the largest ski mountains in North America, sits a small ranching community that serves as a constant reminder that the Old West is alive and well. Never far from its ranching roots, Steamboat Springs, Colorado remains firmly linked to a Western tradition that sets it apart from every other ski resort in the world. This is the perfect place to get a glimpse of the splendor that is found in the North West region of Colorado. Steamboat is simply known around the globe as Ski Town USA┬«. Its skiing heritage dates back to the early 1900’s. No other town in North America has produced more winter Olympians than Steamboat Springs, a record 54 and counting, and Steamboat sent more athletes to the 2002 Games than many small countries including Travis Mayer, 2002 Olympic Silver Medalist. Long before people strapped on skis for fun, Steamboat residents in the late 1800s were using ski and snowshoes in their daily lives. In fact, Steamboat Springs recently celebrated its 100-year anniversary. You’ll be hard pressed to find another resort town that exudes this much history, heritage and character. Come see for yourself why so many people call Steamboat home. While visiting Steamboat Springs, CO, make it your choice to stay in a Bed & Breakfast Innkeepers of Colorado inspected and approved member bed and breakfast inns. When you stay at a local B&B, you will enjoy lodging accommodations that are comfortable and convenient to all of the area’s many activities and attractions. Contact our friendly innkeepers and make reservations for your Colorado vacation or weekend getaway today. Your stay will be a memorable one!

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