Skip to main content
Lone Star Skiers and Adventure Club
Dallas, Texas
Home2018 Steamboat Long


2018 Texas Ski Council Traditional Steamboat Long

Saturday, January 13 - Saturday, January 20, 2018

Steamboat gondola

Standard Package Includes Seven Nights Lodging, Air Fare (DFW to Hayden),

RT Ground Transportation, and TSC and Lone Star Activities



Without air/transfers

Lodging, TSC and LSS Activities  ... $876

Sign Up / See Who's Going


  • Champaign Powder!Second to none!
  • Great Tree Skiing
  • Base Altitude of 6,900 feet.More oxygen than other CO mountain towns
  • Come on…it’s known as Ski Town USA!!A real town with a friendly community, western heritage and a laid back attitude.  And so much more!

Steamboat is famous for its Champagne Powder snow.  Advertised as the lightest, driest and fluffiest on earth!  Steamboat also boasts of 26% more trails and 10% more lifts than the average Colorado ski resort.  HINT: Means you’ll spend less time in lift lines and more time skiing!

Steamboat’s wide variety of terrain offers the perfect skiing experience for all skill levels.  With an average 338” of annual snowfall and snowmaking on 375 areas, you just can’t go wrong.  Daytime not enough ski time?  You’re in luck - Steamboat offers night skiing 5 nights/week.  The Christie Peak Express whisks you to the top to ski across five trails with Ultra Tech lighting. 

Lodging is at the beautiful Kutuk Condos (2 bdrm/2 ba).  Located in Ski Time Square, not only do the condos offer ski-in/walk out access, they have exceptional views of the mountain or Burgess Creek.  The huge sundeck has 2 outdoor hot tubs, fire-pit, BBQ grilling area and complimentary ski locker storage.  With over 100 bars and restaurants, Steamboat will delight even the most finicky palates. 

Come join us at one of our favorite Lone Star Skiers resorts!  Contact Alton Moore, Steamboat Short Trip Director, at for more information.


  • Permitted Ski Acres: 2,965 acres
  • 165 Names Trails,
  • Gladed Tree Areas
  • 1,100 Vertical Drop
  • Trail Breakdown: 14% Beginner, 42% Intermediate, 44% Advanced
  • Longest Run: Why Not (Over 3 miles long)

Sign Up / Who's Going