Trappeur's Crossing Resort and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Steamboat Springs
- Woke up at 8:30
- Realized there was still so much to do
- Went to the Yampa River Core Trail to jog again
- Visited local event called Oktoberwest
-Participated in a meat eating contest
-Got so full that i couldnt go anywhere so i went to the motel room and fell asleep
... there was a bear paw print in the puddle right by the RV.
After setting up, I drove back through Steamboat. It is a very cute town which reminds me a bit of Ashland. It has lots of historical buildings with interesting shops. The Yampa River runs through town and there is a great trail system along it and Spring Creek where you can wander for up to 12 miles. There are several hot springs in the area and a major one is in the heart ...
... motor home and took a bus into town and to the gondola. The bus rides here are free paid for by our tax dollars so we used them as much as we needed and since they picked us up at the campground and took us anywhere we wanted this was perfect. The only issue I had was that the drivers, when announcing the next stop, were just not understandable. They either had marbles in their mouth or did not speak a da goo English! Nonetheless we got to ...
... for the next day. I’ve never considered skipping VVR, as it’s become a staple in my vacation rotation. However, next year they are making a change to their scheduling, which will no longer allow people to stay as long or as short as they like during the winter. Guests will be forced to choose between a Sun-Sun 7 night, Sat-Wed 4 night stay or a Wed-Sat 3 night stay. For years I’ve stayed Wed-Sun because that is what works best for me for downhill skiing ...
... find space on a run and the resort groomed more runs than usual allowing for crowds to disperse more quickly. The resort also opened "First Tracks" during the holidays (normally a privilege you need to pay for) to anybody with a pass. This lessened the Gondola wait time considerably.
Here are a few hints for avoiding crowds:
- Get Going Early: Normal Gondola start time is at 8:30am, be there when it opens, ...