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Steamboat Springs is located 6,732 feet above sea level. If you're coming from sea level, you could have some symptoms of altitude sickness. Almost all symptoms of altitude sickness can be cured by drinking enough water. Dehydration is the main issue, so making sure you're well hydrated is key. When you think you've drank more water than you've ever drank in your life-- drink more! You should also keep in mind that alcohol affects you a much lower level when you're at altitude. Make sure to drink water between drinks and to drink plenty of water before bed to make sure you're not too hungover to party with us! We'll have some altitude geared welcome bags for you guys when you arrive, so don't worry about stocking up on things before you get there! 

What's Around?

Wondering what to do in the area? There are so many activities to do in September/October in and around Steamboat, even just in Colorado, that you may want to stay longer! The basic info: While Steamboat is definitely off the beaten path, they do have almost everything you'd need right there. Major grocery stores, amazing restaurants, hiking, biking, and so much more. The halfway point between Denver and Steamboat is Vail, so taking a scenic drive to see the changing leaves and maybe explore another mountain town (one VERY different than Steamboat) could be a great addition to the trip! If you're looking for ideas, these websites give some great information on things to do in and around Steamboat Springs. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out! 





We'll continue to add more tips so keep checking back! 

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