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Howelsen Hill ski area, located in downtown Steamboat Springs, is the oldest ski area in continuous use in Colorado and has been operating since 1915. Howelsen offers affordable skiing and snowboarding, with terrain catered toward all abilities and ages. Howelsen is the site of the largest natural ski-jumping complex in North America and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, where athletes are provided training for alpine skiing, nordic skiing, freestyle and snowboarding for ability levels ranging from beginners to Olympians. The area has 50 skiable acres, 150 inches of average annual snowfall and benefits from a variety of lodging and dining options in the town of Steamboat Springs.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 12/01/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 03/17/2013
Projected Days Open: 100
Days Open Last Year: 100
Years Open: 98
Average Snowfall: 150"
Pros: aweful place don`t go here
Cons: everything is bad here!
It is no wonder that Steamboat Springs and Howlsen Hill provide the United States with more world class Olymipic Athletes than anywhere else. What could be better than a town to have... [! full_review
One of the longest running ski areas in the country! It was a quick walk from downtown Steamboat. The coolest thing ever was when we visited at night. We saw the mountain... [! full_review