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Great place to relax, enjoy the beautiful scenery! If you happen to go during the fall to see all the fall colors you will not be disappointed. They have a little bit of something for everyone, kids, adults alike!
Great place to visit, stunning views and vibes, pools are great with the different temperatures. Just have to be very careful walking around very easy to fall on the icy paths. But I enjoyed my visit all the way from New Zealand.
After four days of skiing and walking around, sitting in the hot springs for an hour was amazing.
They have bathrooms and a changing cabin but no electricity.
You can buy a $5 towel which is thin as paper but gets the job done. The...More
This place was beautiful but the ignorance/disrespect from the staff made it not as enjoyable. Took my 2 year old and they turned us away because 4:30 was the last call for children under 18. The guy looked at us and said “we don’t allow...More
Been here twice this last stay in Steamboat and as always, enjoyed it. Advice would be to go early before noon to get a parking spot as the lot is small. No food allowed in the water area but a few tables are for eating...More
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I don't think you'll find anyone who can give you a straight answer to this. The weather can be very unpredictable in the mountains (as you probably know, being from Fort Collins). I would say in November, hope for the... More
I don't think you'll find anyone who can give you a straight answer to this. The weather can be very unpredictable in the mountains (as you probably know, being from Fort Collins). I would say in November, hope for the best but prepare for the worst. If you have 4WD you'll be fine. I have a Subaru and don't own chains. November is right on the cusp- normally I'd say you'd be just fine, but this has been a very wet year and snow could start falling earlier than normal (typically Dec-March is heavier snow season). I'd say go for it if you have 4WD- it's totally worth it. I have also heard there is a shuttle from Steamboat to the springs, but don't know anything about it... Could call and ask.
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