Steamboat Spring’s Rabbit Ears Motel Hotel–
|Hiking, mountain biking, and road biking in Steamboat are popular with the outdoor enthusiasts. The Gondola allows hiking and biking access to 30 miles of scenic trails on Mt. Werner. For a gentle ride with the kids, take the 5-mile Yampa River Trail, which connects the ski area to the downtown area and goes right by the Rabbit Ears Motel.|
|Steamboat fly fishing offers some of the best fishing, thanks to its bounty of prime trout fisheries on the Yampa River and the Stagecoach Reservoir. With nearly 150 lakes, reservoirs, and streams in Routt County, fishermen can reel in rainbow, brown, and cutthroat trout, native to our area.|
|Steamboat Springs is surrounded by the Routt National Forest, the Medicine-Bow National Forest and the Flat Tops National Norest which are home to countless high mountain rivers, lakes, and streams ideal for horseback riding, rafting, ATVs, rock climbing. Numerous local outfitters offer visitors everything you need to get out and play in the backcountry. Yampatika offers informative walks, talks and campfire programs.|
|Rejuvenating in the Strawberry Park Hot Springs is an experience to remember! Soak in the river pools of hot and warm mineral water that comes right out of the ground. For an in-town hot springs experience, visit the Old Town Hot Springs featuring 2 new 230 foot waterslides, hot mineral pools, lap pool, and kiddie pools. Or visit any one of our area spas to get the pampering you deserve.|
|Golfing in Steamboat promises not only stunning views of the Yampa Valley, but longer drives. Our high altitude and dry atmosphere creates less resistance on the ball. Adding up to 10% on most players’ drives. Our valley offers 5 courses, including: The Rolling Stone Ranch Golf Club, Haymaker city club, Catamount Private Club, Steamboat Golf Club and the Yampa Valley Golf Course, near Craig.|
|Summer is a concert-lover’s paradise. Strings in the Mountains Music Festival pavilion hosts performances ranging from classical to bluegrass to big band. Don't miss the free concerts at the botanical gardens along the Yampa River bike trail! Or, check-out the Free Steamboat Summer Concert Series.|
|Tubing in Steamboat is very popular during the months of July and August, when temperatures are warmer and the River has slowed from the spring run-off high flow. There are local companies who offer full service fun, with gear and transportation.|
|Rain or Shine,The Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series is the most successful weekly rodeo in the country. The roots of rodeo in Steamboat traces back over 100 years. Rodeo is tied to ranching, and Steamboat Springs grew up as a ranching community. As you tour steamboat more, you’ll see authentic western saloons, shops and ranches all around.|
Steamboat is a very active place during the summer. Here are some activities that commonly get left out:
Some visitors say that Steamboat is even more fun in the Summer! Go fishing out your back door in the Yampa River, one of the premier fly fishing spots in the state.
All these activities and more are within walking distance or a short, free bus ride. Come and visit this summer for the time of your life.
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