This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$170 - $450 per night 2-3 night min stay
Ski Trails Travel Tips
Ski in, Ski out at Ski Trail Condos
Ski Trails condos offer Steamboat visitors a luxurious location at an affordable price. These slope-side condominiums offer visitors easy access to the slopes, restaurants, and a variety of shops. Whether you're taking a family vacation, a romantic getaway, or a large group outing, you'll find the room you need, and the luxurious add-ons you want in Ski Trails lodging. Rentals include storage for your skis on site, a hot tub, and the Silver Bullet Gondola. The entrance and lifts are only a few steps away. Come enjoy all the luxurious accommodations that are included in Steamboat Springs vacation rentals.
Ski Trail Condos Offer Off-Site Entertainment Too
When you need a break from the slopes, you can take the free city transit from your Ski Trails lodging to downtown Steamboat Springs. Located only 200 yards from the condos, the transit will take you to the downtown area, which features the Lincoln Avenue dining and shopping district. You can visit a mix of commercial and residential projects at Lincoln and Yampa Avenues, the Steamboat Springs Health and Recreation Pools, and the new Public Library. Howelsen Hill Ski Area is also located downtown. You can see a mix of new and remodeled homes in the old town area, as well as the new Soda Creek Elementary School. Once the transit drops you off, you'll be able to walk to all the downtown places you wish to visit.
Ski Trails Lodging Makes you Feel Right at Home
Ski Trails condos are available in 1, 2, or 3 bedroom units with fireplaces. Several of the Ski Trails condos have been renovated to make them more comfortable and modern for you. With the ski-in, ski-out feature, you'll be able to hit the powdery slopes all morning, go back to your condo for lunch, and hit the slopes again for the afternoon.