Trappeur’s Crossing Resort & Spa by Steamboat Resorts
What We Love
- Condo-style accommodations in a four-season Rocky Mountains resort townAttending the TripAdvisor favorite’s events, like ice-cream socials and happy hours
- Enjoying condo-style accommodations with kitchens, washers and dryers and more
- Walking straight over to the mountains, whether to ski on award-winning slopes, hike or bike
- Visiting in summer, during the Steamboat Free Summer Concert Series
What To Know
- The resort runs a free shuttle that runs daily until 5 pm and can take you in and out of town
- Regular wine and cheese events are held on Fridays while Saturdays spell out ice cream socials
- There's an indoor/outdoor heated pool
- Free WiFi is speedy
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
When you stay at Trappeur’s Crossing Resort & Spa by Steamboat Resorts in Steamboat Springs, you’ll be in the mountains and minutes from Gondola Square and Steamboat Ski Resort. This ski condominium resort is within close proximity of Amaze’n Steamboat Family Fun Park and Yampa River Botanic Park.
Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 69 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Rooms have private balconies or patios. Kitchens are outfitted with full-sized refrigerators/freezers, stovetops, and microwaves. Cable programming and DVD players are provided for your entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. After a day on the slopes, you can relax in one of the 4 outdoor swimming pools or 10 spa tubs. Additional features at this condominium resort include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and ski storage. You’ll be on the slopes in no time with the complimentary ski shuttle.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a computer station, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Planning an event in Steamboat Springs? This condominium resort has 962 square feet (89 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and meeting rooms. Free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
Trappeurs Crossing has plenty of amenities for both adults and children. Our unit was no exception. We had what we needed to grill out or cook in. The kitchen was well stocked with flatware, dishes, etc. Large refrigerator, microwave, blender.
My family stayed at Trappeur's during Spring Break. The check in was simple. The unit was amazing. Very comfortable with plenty of room and "up to date". The TV in each room and sound system were very nice. The kitchen had all of the necessary cookware and then some. Save airline overweight luggage fees and room in suit cases by using the washer and dryer in the unit. There are several nice, uncrowded hot tubs and the pool is refreshing. Ski storage was provided at Christy's Sports for free. Or, you can use your own personal storage just outside the unit. Restaurants, shops and the gondola are within walking distance. Grocery stores are close but use a vehicle or Trappeur's shuttle. Shuttles are readily available to drop off skiers or shoppers in front of the gondola. The longest we waited was five minutes. Trappeur's shuttle will also drop off and pickup in town which is nearby.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Trappers was convenient in every way we can imagine. Wonderful place with everything you need to enjoy your stay. Highly recommend! Will absolutely look to book here again for our next ski vacation.
We went to Steamboat in January 2019 for a week for skiing and snowboarding. We stayed at Trappeur's Crossing Timberline. It was perfect. Room was spacious, clean, had multiple humidifiers, and everything we needed to cook with. The building was located right behind the main check-in building that had two pools and three hot tubs. We used them every day. Towels provided by the hotel. The best part was the FREE transportation by the resort to go anywhere you wanted to go. Steamboat has public transportation but the resort had their own ski loop to and from the mountain plus other buses to bring you downtown or anywhere else we wanted to go. We never used the Public City transportation.
Skiing at Steamboat was fantastic. We were lucky and it snowed about 30 inches right before we got there then it snowed pretty much every day we were there. The rental shop located at the base of the mountain kept our skis and board at night so we just jumped on the bus in the morning with our ski/snowboard boots on. There are plenty of lockers located all over the base of the mountain. My three year old skied for the first time. He was in ski school for the first two days. Ski school was great. They did a good job keeping him interested in skiing and we had no trouble getting him to go back the second day. He skied the rest of the time with us after on the green slopes.
We went tubing at Saddleback Ranch. It was fun but one session is enough. Just plan your days around it because they are only open certain days of the week. They have a free bus that comes get you at the base of the mountain. I would not recommend driving there. A few people had to get towed out while we were there. We also went to the Old Town Hot Springs. It was pretty cool and glad we did that. We went one day in the afternoon. It was dark the entire time we were there. They have free life jackets and puddle jumpers to use for little kids. We got a free coupon to use with our package and it is definitely worth going if you get it. I think it's pretty cheap regardless.
We made several trips downtown to shop. Again, the free bus ride with the resort made it really easy to get around. There are a few shops at the base of the mountain but most of the shopping is done downtown. It's only about 5-10 min. away. There are a few big grocery stores close by and you can use the free buses for that also. They were nice and helped load our groceries.
Everyone in Steamboat working there or the locals were very nice. We have been to several Ski resorts across the country and Steamboat was one of my favorites, especially going the first time with kids. It is geared around families. The buses also run late at night 1-2am for people wanting to go out downtown. We took the shuttle Alpine from the airport and never needed a car after.
This resort was so much more than we thought, it’s amazing, perfect location close to town and close to the resort. There’s a FREE shuttle that’s right you heard it FREE shuttle that will take you anywhere throughout your stay, park you’re car and forget it! The condos are absolutely incredible so beautiful and peaceful. The staff treated us amazing and took care of every need. The units were clean, spacious, relaxing, and romantic! The true thing that really sets this place apart though is the free shuttle that will take you anywhere throughout your whole stay it is a next level move that more places should be on board with in a ski town it was amazing! I have to recommend this place because I was just so happy with my visit! Best trip ever!!!!