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Steamboat Springs CSR Pick-up Location
Steamboat Springs guests have an array of incredible riding locations to choose from. Our full-day rentals offer plenty of time to explore all that the Steamboat backcountry has to offer. There are eight phenomenal riding locations within 45 minutes of Steamboat, including: Rabbit Ears, Buffalo Pass, Seedhouse Road, Columbine, the Flat Tops, Dunckley Pass, Lynx, and Black Mountain.
You can pick-up your sleds any time after 8:00 A.M. The sleds need to be back at the shop at 5:00 P.M. on the last day of your rental.
Please Note: We are not a ride-from location. Please plan to rent a CSR trailer or bring your own. We are happy to deliver to private property but not the trail head.
More About Steamboat
Steamboat Springs is a hub for family fun in the winter, you can feel the wind in your face as you fly down the Mountain Coaster, hit moguls on the mountain, and of course ride the backcountry on a snow machine! There are eight phenomenal riding locations within 45 minutes of Steamboat, including: Rabbit Ears, Buffalo Pass, Seedhouse Road, Columbine, the Flat Tops, Dunckley Pass, Lynx, and Black Mountain.
“I came for the winter and stayed for the summer,” is the motto of this mountain town. Mild temperatures, golden sunshine, and every outdoor activity imaginable define a summer in Steamboat Springs. The falls leaves are a bucket-list worthy sight and our RZRs are the perfect vehicle to help you get there!
Things to do in Steamboat Springs:
Restaurants: Table 79, Aurum, Low Country Kitchen, Vaqueros, Taco Cabo,Talay Thai Places to stay: Holiday Inn, Rabbit Ears Motel, The Highmark of Steamboat Activities: Steamboat Resort, Fish Creek Falls, Emerald Mountain, Steamboat Library
Activities: Steamboat Resort, Fish Creek Falls, Emerald Mountain, Steamboat Library
Places to stay: Holiday Inn, Rabbit Ears Motel, The Highmark of Steamboat Activities: Steamboat Resort, Fish Creek Falls, Emerald Mountain, Steamboat Library
We want to give you the best rental experience possible; to hold a booking we ask for a deposit of half the total price of your rental. We will collect the remaining balance on the morning of your rental. You will receive a confirmation email after your booking is completed. We will also follow-up with you seven days prior to your reservation to answer any questions you have about the rental. On the morning of your rental you will come into our shop and sign your waiver, get fitted with a 509 helmet, walk through your avalanche gear, and watch a brief safety video. After you have completed our check-out process you can head out and meet your guide or your trailhead of choice. Sleds need to be back in the shop by 5:00 P.M. on the last day of your rental. Before you return, you can choose to fill the sleds up at the gas station, please use 91 octane, or we will fill the sled up and invoice you for the fuel at our current rate. Upon return our team will inspect the sleds for damage. If the sled is damaged, we will put a hold on your security deposit and you will receive an itemized invoice for any damage to the sled. You have 72 hours to pay the invoice after it has been sent.
* Note that not all of the trails in an area will be open to all vehicle types. Follow the Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM)s and signage for the area and ride only on trails open to and wider than your OHV.
Buffalo Pass: Head east to the top of Buffalo Pass Rd. and follow the washboard road about 8 miles towards the Continental Divide and Summit Lake. Continue driving east on Routt County Road 38 and follow the signs to Buffalo Pass.
Rabbit Ears Pass: Follow U.S. Highway 40 for 22 miles then follow Forest Service Road 315 for about 1 mile Seedhouse Road: Follow U.S. Highway 40 to Routt County Road 129, continue heading north on 129 for 20 miles and turn right onto Seedhouse Road. Follow Seedhouse Road to the Slavonia Trailhead to access the Zirkel Circle area.
Dunckley Pass: To access Dunckley Pass from Yampa, travel 5 miles north on Routt County Road 17, then go west on Routt County Road 132/ Forest Service Road 16 for 14 miles to the top of Dunckley Pass.
To go on the scenic byway, take U.S. Highway 40 heading east out of town to Colorado Highway 131 and turn right. Then follow Colo. 131 south to Yampa and take the first right turn on C.R. 17 and look for the scenic byway sign. Continue over Dunkley and Ripple Creek Passes. The byway ends at the intersection of Colorado Highway 13. Turn right and head north to Craig and then turn right on U.S. 40 and return to Steamboat. This loop is 168 miles and takes about 5-7 hours.
Here are a few local hikes that we love:
- Spring Creek
- Fish Creek Falls
- Mad Creek
- Red Dirt
- Emerald Mountain
- Thunder Mountain Trail