When we refer to the mountain area, we are talking about the areas adjacent to the ski area and reaching to the south and west such as the Whistler and Tree Haus neighborhoods and to the North towards downtown including higher-end homes in Anglers and The Sanctuary neighborhoods. The mountain area is diverse with condo complexes, high-end townhomes, ski-in ski-out properties and a vibrant mix of single family homes. From most properties, there is typically easy access to transportation, the Yampa River Core Trail, nearby shopping and dining and a host of summer and winter activities.
The mountain area has it all, shopping, dining, and is anchored by the Steamboat Ski Area. Over the past few years, there have been many improvements at the ski area as well as neighboring developments. Newer projects include; One Steamboat Place and Trailhead Lodge at Wildhorse Meadows. You will also find more density surrounding the base area footprint with condos and townhomes. Typically, the closer you get to the mountain, the prices will go up. Many of the condo projects and ski area were started in the 70’s but newer properties were developed throughout the years, thus providing diverse combination of architecture throughout Steamboat Springs. There are some spectacular views to be had in many properties throughout Steamboat. Whether it is the ski mountain view or valley view, this area does not disappoint.
- Steamboat Ski Area-for winter and summer fun
- Gondola Square, Torian Plaza, Ski-Time Square-Shopping and dining
- Parks and Trails
- Golf and cross country skiing