Base Elevation: 6,900 feet/2103 meters
Midway Elevation: 9,080 feet/2768 meters
Summit Elevation: 10,568 feet/3224 meters
Vertical Rise: 3,668 feet/1118 meters - Second highest in Colorado!
Permitted Acres: 2,939 acres/1,176 hectares
Trails: 142 named trails - over 65 miles or 105 kms of trails
Trail Classification: 13% Beginner 56% Intermediate 31% Advanced
Longest Run: Why Not - over 3 miles/4.8km
Uphill Capacity: 36,195 per hour
Snowmaking: 438 acres
Annual Snowfall: 337"/863cm - 10 year average
Bed Base: 18,917 pillows
Full Season: November 23, 2011 -April 15, 2012**
Hours of Operation: 8:30am-3:30pm daily
Steamboat Resort is actually a complete mountain range: Mount Werner, Sunshine Peak, Storm Peak, Thunderhead Peak, Pioneer Ridge® and Christie Peak. 2,939 acres (1176 hectares) of permitted terrain offer a diversity of trails for all levels of ability. Mavericks Superpipe, the longest on the continent, is a freerider's dream. Mavericks is 650 feet long, 50-feet wide, has 15 foot walls, and a 17 foot radius. Steamboat's SoBe terrain park adjacent to Mavericks, features an outdoor sound system, a variety of rails; kinked, sliders, rainbows, "S", mailboxes, double barrel, and Mini-Mav, a miniature version of the superpipe with five-foot walls, perfect for novice riders. Gladed areas of Pioneer Ridge, Sunshine and Storm Peak are Steamboat’s particular claim to fame, with Champagne Powder® snow in the trees for the most avid powder hounds.
The Steamboat Resort is located in Medicine Bow/Routt National Forest. Recreation on this public land is provided by a unique partnership between the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation and the Medicine Bow/Routt National Forest. Steamboat is committed to the wise use of our natural resources, as well as the preservation and enhancement of the Medicine Bow/Routt National Forest. Our efforts in this area include the improvements of wildlife habitat, erosion control, water conservation and recycling of waste products. We are also committed to the use of recycled materials. Steamboat received national recognition by winning the 2002, 1998 & 1993 Silver Eagle Awards, which recognizes environmental achievements of ski areas in North America. The resort was also a finalist for the 2000 Silver Eagle award and the 1994 Golden Eagle award.
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