Getting naked is at the top of our ten best things to do in Steamboat during the winter. Here’s the complete list with links.
- Get Naked at the Strawberry Park Hot Springs. Yes, the natural hot springs, just a little ways out of town, are clothing optional after dark. Visit during the day with the kiddies.
- Check out Schmiggitys. It’s Steamboat’s newest music venue, and the best bar in town for live music and entertainment.
- Get a deal on your ski pass. Visit SkiColorado.com for deals on skiing Steamboat and other resorts around the world.
- Be a part of Olympic History at Howelsen Hill. Howelsen Hill is located downtown and is Colorado’s oldest ski resort. They offer daytime and nighttime skiing, and Olympic Hall is like stepping into the epicenter of Olympic History. More winter Olympians have come from Steamboat Springs than any other city in America.
- Get a Couple’s Massage at Life Essentials Day Spa. This contemporary Colorado Day Spa is located downtown on 4th Street (just around the corner from C.V. Bistro) and offers the best Couple’s Massage in Steamboat, along with Thai massage, European facials, deep tissue massage and spa packages. Check out a few of our videos to preview the spa before you arrive.
- Take some winter driving lessons at the Bridgestone Winter Driving School. Guests from all over the world come here to learn how to drive in snow and ice. It’s a great way get some crazy driving skills for extreme winter conditions.
- Go tubing at Saddleback Ranch. Ride an inflatable tube down one of three courses (Larry, Curly & Mo) and take the lift back up. Snacks are available and there is bus pick-up throughout the day.
- Visit the Tread of Pioneers Museum. This is an incredible little museum downtown that has great displays on the early ranching life and ski culture of this Northwestern Colorado town.
- Go Dog Sledding. Learn to drive your own dog sled team at Steamboat Dog Sledding. Feel the call of the wild as you mush these amazingly powerful dogs.
- Eat at Sunpies Bistro. Sunpies is actually less of a bistro and more of a local hangout where you can get some great poboys and hurricanes at really affordable prices. This Cajun restaurant draws from its New Orleans roots and makes a great visit for young and old alike.
There you have it. Enjoy Steamboat with this top ten list of things to do in Steamboat in winter.