The Inn at Steamboat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn at Steamboat Steamboat Springs
Travel Blogs from Steamboat Springs
... The thing I forgot to mention about Steamboat Lake is the altitude. Yes we are back above the 8000 feet mark (9419 feet). I start to feel the effects of the altitude sickness again. The nausea, shortness of breath, confusion all came back with a vengeance. It was a shame that I can’t take the altitude because this area is quite beautiful. Well one more night and we will be gone. Needless to say, we don’t do a whole lot today and are still put off about the water ...
... this alternate. After about four hours of solid rain, it stopped, and we stopped for lunch. We obviously looked pretty pitiful on the side of the road in our full waterproofs and gloves and hats as a guy called Eamonn checked to see if we were OK. He ran the ranch down the road called Ladder Livestock and said we could stop in for coffee. He also told us that the three South African lads who we had met at the A&M Reservoir a few mornings ago had decided to call it a day because ...
... br> stand up and even smelt ozone. Both happen when static builds up on
Earth’s surface because a lightning strike is imminent. No sooner did we
turn around than it started pouring down heavily with a lot of
lightning and thunder. Once, lightning struck pretty close to where we
were. A bit scared ...
... friction. At first it was a little weird riding a bike on the snow, but the bikes have very wide and grippy tires, so that they don’t slip.
Today’s lunch was make your own taco--chicken mole, shrimp or beef. Cheese, lettuce, tomato, sour cream, salsa, guacamole, onion, 2 cheeses were also available. Chips, Grilled Mexican Caesar salad, cheese and black bean enchiladas were also on the buffet. Apple crisp with whipped cream was the dessert. This was ...
... preoccupied with staying on the trail I couldn’t really look around at the scenery. It took a lot of muscling around to keep it going where I wanted to go. Anyway, we stayed out about 2.5 hours--frankly I was just glad to get back in one piece. I’m glad I tried it, but think I’ll stick with skiing and riding!
After that it was happy hour with the guides in the Nordic Center so I stayed for that and then went back to my room to get ready ...