Trappeurs Crossing Resort is a popular development in Steamboat Springs with 6 separate buildings that appeal to all tastes and budgets. It always ranks at the top of travel lists for the best places to stay in Steamboat. People like staying here.
Trappeurs Crossing in Steamboat Springs is a cozy and luxurious condominium property that offers Trappers, a private on-site amenities club, to its guests.
Nestled at the base of the Steamboat Ski Area, Trappeurs Crossing provides slopeside access to some of the best skiing and snowboarding in Colorado. When the snow melts, Trappeurs Crossing is the perfect place to enjoy all that Steamboat Springs has to offer including hiking, biking, fishing, and more.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, Trappeurs Crossing has something for everyone. With one, two, and three-bedroom units available, we can accommodate groups of any size. All of our units come with fully equipped kitchens, fireplaces, private balconies, and much more.
If you’re looking for the perfect place to stay in Steamboat Springs, look no further than Trappeurs Crossing. Call us today to book your stay!
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Trappeurs Crossing Resort Amenities
You’ll find some of the best amenities at Trappeurs Crossing Resort. There are multiple outdoor pools and hot tubs, tennis courts, a fitness center, a concierge, underground parking, and social events to meet your neighbors and other guests during peak seasons. Whether you buy at the original Trappeurs Crossing or luxurious Bear Lodge, you have access to all the amenities at all the Trappeurs Crossing lodges.
You can take the seasonal shuttle or walk to the base from Trappeurs. It’s only two blocks from the ski area and the Wild Plum market, restaurants, and Gondola Square.
See which Trappeurs Crossing building works for you:
- Trappeurs Crossing
- Timberline Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing
- Champagne Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing
- Aspen Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing
- Emerald Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing
- Bear Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing
Trappeurs Crossing (The original Trappeurs)
Trappeurs Crossing is the original building that was completed in 1983. You’ll find 2, 3, and 4 bedroom condos. Some of the larger floorplans are on two levels so you and your guests can spread out. Many of the condos have been remodeled with granite countertops, new kitchen cabinets, and new baths.
Timberline at Trappeurs Crossing
Timberline Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing was completed in 1999 and has mainly 1 and 2-bedroom condos with a few 4-bedroom units. Timberline was built 16 years after the original Trappeurs and the rest of the buildings opened within a few years of each other. Timberline units are often one of the better values if you’re looking for a smaller condo at Trappeurs Crossing.
Champagne Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing
Champagne Lodge at Trappeurs opened in 2001 with more luxurious finishes like granite countertops and rock fireplaces. Air conditioning wasn’t introduced until Aspen Lodge was built, but many owners have added swamp coolers (and similar air conditioning units) for summer comfort. Summertime is one of the best times to be at Trappeurs, and one of the pools is right outside the Champagne Lodge door.
Aspen Lodge at Trappeurs
Aspen Lodge at Trappeurs began a new focus on luxury and introduced a few private patios with private hot tubs, fire pits, and barbeque grills off of some of the ground floor units. When it was completed in 2006, Aspen Lodge was one of the first condo complexes in Steamboat to have central air conditioning, and there was a noticeable step up in finishes including granite, and heated towel bars in the baths, and stainless steel appliances. Owners also get a large storage closet in the garage and two ski lockers.
Emerald Lodge at Trappeurs
Emerald Lodge at Trappeurs has 3, 4, and 5 bedroom condominiums to accommodate the families coming to the “Best Resort for Families in the West”. Most bedrooms are ensuite and living areas feature open floor plans. Emerald Lodge raised the bar once again with radiant floor heat, frameless showers, and granite and stainless. If income is a priority, the patio units tend to rent better and command higher rental averages than Emerald Lodge condos without private patios.
Bear Lodge at Trappeurs
Bear Lodge at Trappeurs Crossing was completed in 2009 as the last building in the Trappeurs Crossing Complex. Bear Lodge also features larger condos with 3, 4, and 5 bedrooms with interiors almost identical to Emerald Lodge. The exterior was upgraded with stone and there are more patio units with gas fireplaces, hot tubs, and grills.