Transportation & Lodging
Steamboat Springs, CO
The Steamboat Grand Resort
2300 Mount Werner Circle
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487-9029
Steamboat Springs is located in northwest Colorado in the Rocky Mountains and is surrounded by forest and wilderness areas. The Steamboat Grand Resort is situated at the base of the ski area at a comfortable elevation of 6900 feet above sea level.
The Yampa River flows through downtown Steamboat Springs and eventually meets the Green River in Dinosaur National Monument. Three Colorado state parks, hot springs, lakes, rivers, and trail systems cater to a plethora of outdoor activities. Summer activities in the area include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, camping and canoeing. For attendees that prefer not to engage in outdoor activities, the resort offers an afternoon shuttle to downtown Steamboat Springs. The downtown area has art galleries, western outfitters, outdoor retailers and gift shops. For more information on activities and attractions in Steamboat Springs click here.
The average summer temperature in Colorado is 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit (21-26 degrees Centigrade) although the temperatures can drop into the 50's in the evening. Casual clothing is suggested. Visitors to Steamboat Springs may need some extra time to acclimate to the higher altitude. Be sure to drink plenty of water, use sunscreen, and start off with lighter activities and gradually build up to more strenuous activities.
The Steamboat Grand is a luxury ski resort for most of the year. During the summer months, guests of the resort can enjoy the onsite amenities and the beautiful views of the surrounding area. Guest rooms have either one or two beds, and some single rooms offer kitchenettes. All rooms have a private bath, phone with voicemail, 32” flat screen TV and DVD player, complimentary wireless internet, humidifier, air conditioning, in-room safe, coffee maker, hair dryer, ironing board and iron. Onsite amenities include a spa, fitness center and outdoor pool.
The single or double occupancy registration fee covers 5 nights of lodging (Sunday through Thursday night, with checkout Friday morning). If you plan to arrive early or stay beyond the official conference dates, you must make your own reservations for the extra nights by contacting the resort directly at 970-871-5050. You will be responsible for the cost of any additional room nights as well as any incidental charges (i.e. in-room movies, room service, parking, etc.). A credit card will be required upon check-in for incidental expenses.
The Steamboat Grand Resort is 22 miles from the Steamboat-Yampa Valley Regional/Hayden Airport (HDN) and 155 miles northwest of Denver International Airport (DIA). Please note, Hayden Airport is a regional airport and only offers two flights per day during the summer months.
From Hayden Airport
Turn right onto Routt Road/CR-51A and follow this road to US-40E.
Turn right onto US-40 E and follow this road for 23 miles.
Take the Mt. Werner Road ramp.
Turn left onto Mt. Werner Road.
Turn left onto Mt. Werner Circle.
From Denver Airport
Take I-70 west towards Grand Junction for 79 miles.
Merge onto CO-9 N via exit 205 towards Silverthorne and continue for 37 miles.
Turn left onto US-40/E. Park Avenue (US-40 West is just past Eagle Avenue).
Continue to follow US-40 W for 49 miles.
Take the Mt. Werner Road ramp.
Turn right onto Mt. Werner Road, and then turn left onto Mt. Werner Circle.
Parking is complimentary and is available in the lot across from the resort.
GO Alpine of Steamboat Springs is providing discounted shuttle service from & to Denver International Airport and the Yampa Valley Regional/Hayden airports. Click here to make your reservations
GO Alpine has three daily scheduled, shared ride shuttles between the Denver International Airport (DIA) and the Steamboat Grand. Reservations are required and payment is due at the time of the booking. The shuttle rides are approximately four hours in length with a 15 minute rest stop in Silverthorne. Shuttles depart DIA at 12:00 pm, 4:00 pm and 9:00 pm. The return shuttles to DIA depart Steamboat at 6:00 am, 10:00 am and 3:00 pm. A round trip ticket will cost $168 USD. Discounts are available for seniors (65+) and children.
- You may meet the GO Alpine shuttle at the Denver International Airport (DIA) on the East side of the Baggage Claim Level, Door 511, Mountain Carrier Island.
GO Alpine can also meet your flight upon arriving at the Steamboat-Yampa Valley Regional/Hayden Airport (HDN). Reservations are required and payment is due at the time of booking. The shuttle rides are approximately 30 minutes in length and a roundtrip ticket will cost $52.26 USD.
- You should check in at the GO Alpine counter located in the baggage claim area of the terminal, prior to retrieving your luggage.
Call Go Alpine toll free 24/7 at 1-800-343-7433. You must be sure to mention they are attending the FASEB Meeting in order to receive the discount.
GO Alpine also offers local taxi service (970-879-8294 or 970-879-2800) throughout Steamboat Springs. For more information please contact GO Alpine via the web
or at 800-343-7433.
Steamboat Springs Transit offers free bus transportation throughout Steamboat Springs. Call 970-879-3717 for bus information and schedules.
It is a scenic 3 hour drive through the majestic Rocky Mountains from Denver Airport or a quick 30 minutes from Hayden. Car rental companies at Denver International Airport (DIA) and Steamboat-Yampa Valley Regional/Hayden Airport (HDN) include:
*Both Avis and Budget maintain a rental counter at The Steamboat Grand Resort across from the elevators.
For those attendees who choose to register as “off-site” (this package includes registration and meals only), below is a partial list of hotels available in the Steamboat Springs area. All off-site attendees are responsible for securing and pay for their own lodging arrangements. Please note that FASEB does not have a rate agreement with any of these venues, and will not be supplying shuttle service from these venues to The Steamboat Grand. The list is provided for informational purposes only.
Child and Family Care Resources
FASEB provides detailed information for each conference site on the Science Research Conference (SRC) website and also provides venue information directly to each attendee. Although FASEB does not directly provide child care services, attendees are welcome to have guests (including spouses, children, nannies and babysitters) accompany them to the conference to provide such care. FASEB offers an alternative off-site registration fee at all conferences, to accommodate those with special family care needs (the off-site fee includes the conference and all meals but enables attendees to book their own accommodations). Both the FASEB and venue websites include information on nearby off-site accommodations that can assist attendees with locating licensed child care providers and daycare services. The venue management will also provide any assistance to attendees regarding child/family care issues or concerns. Each attendee is also encouraged to contact FASEB with any special needs that they may have.