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There are various nature trails that surround Steamboat Springs and hiking is a great outdoors
summer time activity. You can actually see wildflowers in full bloom and the breathtaking views
from many these trails is some thing that you simply will never forget. Here is really a brief guide
to 5 of the very best ones.
Emerald Mountain & Howelsen Hill, which are located in downtown Steamboat Springs, provide
over 10 miles of trails for hiking and biking. The location is quite convenient and the views
overlooking the Steamboat Ski Resort are breathtaking which explains why it is so popular. This is
suitable for the whole family because the options range from difficult to easy. After you are
finished, try the Alpine Slide located at the leading of Howelsen Hill. http://www.zillow.com
Fish Creek Falls is an additional major natural attraction and the reviewing bridge is only a brief
walk away, (about a mile) where you can see the delightful waterfall that's more than 280 feet
high. The path carries on for a few miles more and from that height, you can look down upon the
town. The place is only a few miles from town and you and your family can bring a picnic lunch to
enjoy at the picnic grounds.
The Steamboat Ski Area turns into a playground in summer time after the snow has melted. With
miles of trails to select from, you are able to pick an easy one for the family or test yourself with a
much harder hike. You will discover guided tours that offer a look at Steamboat Springs history as
well as amazing photo opportunities and delicious options for picnics.
Spring Creek Trail is situated in downtown Steamboat Springs and is well-liked for both hiking and
biking. The trail is great for families because it is wide and easy and Spring Creek Park is about
five miles away where it is possible to get to view educational pavilions. After your hike, try the
Old Town Hot Springs where you are able to relax after your exertions.
The Yampa River Core Trail is theoretically not a hiking trail since it is a paved trail for walking
and biking connecting the mountain region to downtown Steamboat Springs. It's an easy walk and
you can stop at any of the many picnic spots on the road. It's possible to also go all the way
downtown and taste some of the great tasting food which can be found there.
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