Getting To The New Bear Lodge Condos In Steamboat Springs CO
Steamboat Springs, and your new luxury condo at Bear Lodge, are located in the northwest corner of Colorado, not far from the Wyoming border. Despite its remote location, it is actually quite easy to travel here from many locations throughout the United States and the world.
At Bear Lodge, your new luxury condo will be remote enough to be a genuine get-away, but accessible enough to be just a flight-away!
Most guests who travel to Steamboat fly into the Yampa Valley Regional Airport (Steamboat/Hayden HDN) which is located just 22 miles from the Steamboat ski resort. The airport has undergone a recent renovation which has enhanced the traveling experience. The airport is still small and easy to navigate, even with a large family and a pile of skis. One of the reasons the vacation homes in Steamboat Springs, CO are so popular is the ease of travel to get to them.
Your New Luxury Steamboat Springs Real Estate Is Closer Than You Think
In the ski season, there are nine major airports across the country that offer nonstop flights into Steamboat Springs:
- Atlanta (ATL)
- Chicago (ORD)
- Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)
- Denver (DEN)
- Houston (IAH)
- New York LaGuardia (LGA)
- Minneapolis/ St. Paul (MSP)
- Newark (EWR)
- Salt Lake City (SLC)
These flights are operated by American Airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Northwest Airlines, United Airlines and Frontier Airlines. Another year-round option would be to fly into the major hub, Denver International Airport, and then take a short flight to Steamboat/Hayden… or drive here from Denver.
From The Steamboat Airport To The Steamboat Resort
After you land, most people take the local taxi shuttles to the Steamboat ski resort. Let the experienced drivers navigate the snow storms so your family can sit back and take in the frosty mountains and streams. High-end Steamboat resorts, including Trappeur’s Crossing Resort, offer a full service shuttle to chauffeur you around the Steamboat area, including the downtown shops, restaurants and ski area. With this kind of service, there is no need to rent a car.
A Scenic Drive To Your Permanent Vacation Home
The three hour drive from Denver to your new luxury condo in Steamboat is another option if you would like to see some of the best scenery in the state… or the entire country, for that matter. Drive west on the well-maintained four lane highway I-70 from Denver through the Rocky Mountains. After the Eisenhower Tunnel, exit at 205 Silverthorne and head north on US9. As you enter Kremmling, you will take a left at the light onto US40. Follow that over Rabbit Ears pass and into Steamboat. Enjoy the views along Rabbit Ears and keep an eye out for wildlife. Trust us: rabbits (ears and all) will certainly be the smallest creatures you’ll spy along the way!