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  • debhilz profile photo debhilz
  • Reviews: 1

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Mountain Resorts Storm Meadows At Christie Base: Best Condos for Family or groups - Very Roomy

This condo was one of our favorite places. It has lots of room in the condos, with cozy family room and kitchen. The view is beautiful and you do have ski in and ski out there, but you need to be a bit experienced to do that. If you are a beginner, you should drive or shuttle to the beginner slope.

Priced reasonably and good location.

Cooking your meals can save lots of money. This condo is close to shopping and also has ski-in and Ski-out facilities. Great for families or groups.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Skiing and Boarding, Family Travel
  • Written June 17, 2008
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There are a number of condo's...

There are a number of condo's available in Steamboat Springs as well as hotels (which tend to be cheaper). I would recommend a condo if there's a large group going. It tends to be cheaper and you get more than you can from a hotel. This was the view from our condo patio.
Condo's can average US$150 to US$200 per night.

This place has a pool, hot tub, and great views.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written August 26, 2002
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I prefer to camp in most of...

I prefer to camp in most of the seasons on top of Rabbit Ears Pass. There are many hotels in town and in the off season (summer) the prices aren't too bad but I'd much rather be sleeping under the stars any day. There are many places to camp and hike in the Routt National Forest. During the winter however, you need to make a reservation wherever you can get one as the hotels fill up when the skiing gets good and it gets really good here!
Price for most campsites in the Routt National Forest are 10 (US$)/night. In State Parks it is 10-14 (US$)/night. One tip, If you can help it try to stay away from the camping-in-a-can campgrounds (i.e KOA) They are like spending the night in your driveway! No scenery and way too expensive and not at all what Colorado has to offer. Prices for them are 19 (US$) / night for a basic tent site! There's plenty of space out there so use it wisely!

The scenery in Steamboat is truly spectacular. If you can manage to stay away from the Ski Hill's area, the town and surrounding country harken back to a little of the old west. The nights are filled with stars and the days are sunny and clear.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 24, 2002

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