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With a population of around 12,777, Steamboat Springs is a beautiful town in central Colorado. Steamboat Springs can be harsh in the winter months and mild in the summer months. The area accumulates about 22 inches of rain and 154 inches of snow throughout the year. On average, there are 242 days of sunshine each year. So if it’s not snowing, the sun is shining.

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Located deep in the Rocky Mountains, in the upper valley of the Yampa River, along U.S. Highway 40 about 150 miles west of Denver is the city of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Steamboat is home to natural hot springs that are located throughout the area. Upon first hearing a chugging sound, early trappers believed that a steamboat was coming down the river. When the trappers saw that there was no steamboat and that the sound was coming from a hot spring, they decided to name the spring Steamboat Springs. The oldest continually operating ski area in North America, Howelsen Hill, is one of just three complete ski jumping complexes in the United States. Steamboat Springs has produced more Winter Olympic athletes than any other town in North America.

Before hiring a moving company, here is what newcomers need to know. Steamboat Springs offers excellent skiing opportunities and has been the locale of world-class skiing competitions, including competitions for the 1989 and 1990 Alpine Skiing World Cup. During the Summer months, mountain biking is popular. The Yampa River is a popular conduit for water sports like fishing, rafting, tubing, and kayaking.

With all that the city has to offer, it might just be time to start looking for a Steamboat Springs moving company. From packing to moving the heavy stuff, a moving company can make your move to Steamboat Springs a breeze.

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Jobs & Local Economy

The unemployment rate in Steamboat Springs is 2.6% which is lower than the national average of 3.9%. 



The biggest employer in the area is the Ski resort. The other largest industries include education, retail trade, accommodation and food services, and healthcare/social assistance. 



The overall cost of living in Steamboat Springs is 45%, higher than the national average. This is mainly due to the cost of housing, which is 157% higher than the national average. 

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Attractions

Making the move to Steamboat Springs also means you can enjoy these nearby attractions:

Steamboat Winter Carnival

The Steamboat Winter Carnival is a large annual festival held annually in early February since 1914. The highlight of the festival is a parade down the city's main street, Lincoln Avenue, featuring children on skis pulled by horses, and performances by the Steamboat Springs High School marching band -- the only marching band that performs on skis.

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Strawberry Park Hot Springs

Located in the hills a few miles out of town is Strawberry Park Hot Springs, with two pools, lodging (camping and cabins), spa and natural rock features. Strawberry Park Hot Springs offers excellent stargazing opportunities due to the lack of ambient light.

 

Steamboat Resort

Steamboat Resort is the major ski area adjacent to the town. It is located on Mount Werner, in the Park Range in the Routt National Forest. The ski area first opened in, 1963. The ski area has 169 trails spread over 2,965 acres (4.6 sq mi). It also contains the Mavericks Superpipe, one of the best half-pipes in North America. Limited night skiing began with the 2013–14 season.

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54,218

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594,200

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Located in the central part of the state in the I-25 corridor, about 112 miles south of Denver is the city of Pueblo, Colorado. Pueblo is the 9th most populous city in the state. Pueblo is one of the largest steel-producing cities in the country, for which reason Pueblo is referred to as the "Steel City".

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