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The Yampa River Core Trail is a seven mile, non-motorized multi-use trail that follows the meandering Yampa River from Dougherty Road through downtown Steamboat Springs to Bear River Park. Groves of cottonwood trees, excellent fishing, scenic...more
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We had heard that a moose and her baby were in the area so we took an 8am stroll to see if we could see them. We parked at the Mt. Werner road parking lot, where Sunday we would begin our rafting adventure, and went...More
Walked from The Steamboat Grand hotel to the Yampa River (total round trip walk was about 2.5 miles) along this paved and partially shaded path. Nice and wide! Easy to walk, run, or bike! See picture for elevation changes and details of this part of...More
This meandering paved walkway follows along the Yampa River through the town of Steamboat Springs. It is multi use for walking, biking and scooters. Much of it is shaded and there is access to the Notanic Gardens.
This trail runs along the Yampa river and Steamboat Springs. It crosses the river at certain sections by a bridge, and the most delightful surprise is the Steamboat Botanical Gardens right along the trail. The garden is free to enter, and the gardens are extensive...More
This paved, wide and well used trail by both walkers and bicycle riders meanders alongside the Yampa river. If you start downtown (there is free parking next to the rescue building) and walk upstream you'll come to an amazing botanical gardens. Do not pass up...More
My husband rode on the Yampa River Core Trail twice, and enjoyed the ride (so much so that he returned). It was well maintained and beautiful. There was a detour because part of the trail was flooded, but the detour was well marked.
My husband and I were super excited to go to a bike friendly community with our new ebikes only to find out they do not allow these on their trails. We have them becuase of my husband disability and it allows us to get to...More
The walk takes you along the river, past a skate board park, past the rodeo area, past a couple of kids play areas, back and forth over the river and past a couple of usable / accessible gazebos. It was level, it was paved, and...More
Response from Travelair36 | Reviewed this property |
We rented from Ski Haus. Easy access to the trail and not far from the Botanical Gardens. Be sure to use the coupon found in the Steamboat Guide. Available for free in many stores, hotels and fast food places.