TRANSPORTATION

Taxi:

Go Alpine is the local taxi provider for Steamboat Springs. They are available 24-7 and you can request a taxi by either calling or texting 970-879-2800. Locally owned and operated, Go Alpine has been a part of the Steamboat community for 31 years. Rates are $4 per person to enter the vehicle and $2 per mile thereafter.

Bus:

Steamboat Springs transit system offers a free bus that runs every 20 minutes during the season and has 11 stops on Lincoln Avenue. The last bus leaves Main Street Steamboat around 10:45 p.m. in the summer. Click HERE for an updated bus schedule and online interactive bus map.

Walk/Bike:

There will be bike racks on Yampa Street & Lincoln Ave. for you to lock your bike onto and leave overnight. The Core Trail System connects nicely to our resort area. It is a quick bike ride, rentals are available both downtown and on the mountain, or a beautiful walk from the resort area to Downtown. Remember you can always take the bus back and there is even a spot for your bike.

Uber:

Uber is now available in Steamboat Springs.  Please download the Uber app on your smartphone to get up to date ride services.

Drinking & Driving:

For your safety & the safety of others, The Town of Steamboat has a ZERO tolerance drinking and driving policy.  Please do not plan on driving if you will be drinking at the event.  If you are drinking at the event, please use one of the options below to get home or have a designated driver!


PARKING

If you do choose to drive to Downtown Steamboat Springs, there is on street parking available but in most places you are limited to 2-3 hours. Some spots are parallel parking and some are back-in diagonal parking, designed to be more cyclist friendly.  On the weekend, there is also a stash of parking behind the Routt County Court House on Oak and 5th Street and even more on Oak and 3rd behind the Wells Fargo Bank. Additional no hassle parking is available at the Steamboat Springs Rodeo grounds and Howelsen Hill Recreation complex. To access the Rodeo Grounds, turn onto 5th street and cross the Yampa River. Parking is straight ahead. Here you can generally park all day and access Downtown via the 5th Street Bridge or the pedestrian crossover at 9th Street. Please do not park in any unauthorized parking lots or you will risk being towed at the owner’s expense. – courtesy of Main Street Steamboat

Please do not park in unauthorized parking lots at the risk of being towed!