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Nature and Wildlife Journey to Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs is the perfect location for anyone that loves nature and wildlife. If you are a nature lover, you’ll enjoy walking and hiking the numerous trails as well as seeing all the interesting animals that make Steamboat Springs home. The following are several places to things to do in Steamboat Colorado if you are a lover of nature and wildlife. 

Sand Wash Basin is home to a variety of wildlife, including elk, foxes, mountain lions, burrowing owls and more, but the main attraction are the wild horses. This 250 square mile area is free to visit and even camp in, although there are no facilities available. Visitors are requested to stay at least 100 feet away from the wild horses, but you will have plenty of opportunity to view these majestic creatures. You can find Sand Wash Basin west of Craig, Colorado.

Steamboat Springs Attractions: Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge

Since 1965, the Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge has provided dedicated space for an assortment of wildlife, many of which are threatened or endangered. At over 12,000 acres, this refuge not only offers a space for wildlife but also for people looking for a serene, majestic, natural getaway among their Steamboat Springs attractions. No matter which season you choose to visit the refuge, you are in store for a treat. The spring brings migrating waterfowl and many of the birds such as the hummingbirds, owls and hawks are much more visible. Early summer mornings are the perfect time to see the young animals such as the otters and elk calves. Fall brings views of birds migrating south for the winter and animals fattening up for the upcoming cold weather. In the winter, you’ll see tons of animals such as deer, elk , pronghorn, otters, and bald eagles fishing in the Green River. 

Medicine Bow/Routt National Forests

This is a large stretch of forest land that covers 2.9 million acres from Colorado to Wyoming. Here you can enjoy year-round recreation with hiking, camping, hunting, fishing and sightseeing. There are beautiful crystal lakes and majestic mountain peaks that reach as high as 12,000 feet. Down at the Thunder Basin National Grassland, there are numerous places for enjoying the local terrain and camping. Because of the varying elevations throughout the forest, you’ll get the chance to experience several climates ranging from semi-arid to cold and less-arid. Visiting these things to do in Steamboat Colorado is quite an experience.