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Steamboat Barn

Steamboat Barn

First Track

First Tracks

Steamboat

Steamboat Champagne

Steamboat

More Champagne

Steamboat

Tree Skiing

photos courtesy
Steamboat/Larry Pierce.

Steamboat, Colorado
February 5-12, 2005

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About Steamboat

There are plenty of reasons why Steamboat is home to more winter Olympians then any other community in the world: an extraordinary mountain, an abundance of champagne powder and a friendly western town dedicated to excellence. Steamboat Springs' friendly locals give the town its famous Western charm. Steamboat boasts a rich history and small town feel, but with all the modern amenities.

With almost 3,000 acres and 142 trails, Steamboat's six peaks can be enjoyed by all. Cruise gentle beginner and intermediate runs, challenge yourself with expert moguls and open glades or ride the terrain parks featuring the Rocky Mountain's largest superpipe. Steamboat is best known for the deep untouched Champagne Powder that collects between the tall aspens and evergreens creating tree skiing that is nothing short of the legendary.

Mountain Stats:

  • Base elevation: 6,900 feet/2103 meters
    Midway: 9,080 feet/2768 meters
    Summit: 10,568 feet/3224 meters
    Vertical drop: 3,668 feet/1118 meters, Second highest in Colorado.
    Trail System: 142 named trails [over 65 miles, 105 kms of trails]
    Lift System: 20 lifts
    Permitted acres: 2,939 acres/1,176 hectares
    Longest run: Why Not, over 3 miles/4.8km
    Trail classification: 13% Beginner 56% Intermediate 31% Advanced
    Snowmaking: 438 acres
    Annual snowfall: 337"/863cm [10-year average]
Basic Package Includes
• Luxury round-trip transfer from/to Hayden to/from Steamboat
• Seven Nights Ski-In/Ski-Out Lodging [dbl. occ.] in 2 bd/2ba condos
- Torian Plum***** for $1,149
- Thunderhead*** for $899 [each room has 2 queen beds]
• Five of Six Day Lift Ticket
• Welcome Reception
• Mountain Picnic, 2 NASTAR Races [4 runs total]
• Farewell Banquet & Dance
• Registration, Activity Fees, Taxes
• The Usual Parties, Souvenirs and much MORE!
Air Options
• Round trip air from/to LAX to/from Hayden for $325

• Round trip air from LAX to Eagle and Hayden to LAX and ground transfers from Eagle to Snowmass to Steamboat to Hayden for $439

• Round trip air from San Diego to Eagle and Hayden to San Diego and ground transfers from Eagle to Snowmass to Steamboat to Hayden for $499

What's Not Included
• Excursions from Steamboat
• Most meals
• Insurance
• Tips and service charges other than those specified
• Additional gratuities for personal service
• All items of a personal nature, i.e., telephone calls, laundry, etc.
• Ski Equipment Rental and Ski Lessons
For Reservations & Information
  • Full Payment due NOW (Check payable to Pac Rim)
• Registration Form and Waiver due NOW.
• Please mail to Gene Fulkerson, 10818 Viacha Dr., San Diego, CA 92124

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