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Steamboat Campus Library: About Steamboat Springs

Your library is just that - it's your library. We're here to help you succeed in school and in life. We can help you in person, or you can use this guide as a great way to get info from your CMC Steamboat Campus Library. Enjoy!

Steamboat's Rich History

Native Americans, ranching, mining and skiing - all are part of the rich history of Steamboat Springs and its surrounds.  Learn more with these great resources!

Contact

CMC Steamboat Campus Library
1275 Crawford Avenue

Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Phone:  970-870-4445
Fax:  970-870-4490

Kevin Williams
Library Director
970-870-4493
kwilliams@coloradomtn.edu

Tracey Urbick
Reference & Instructional Librarian
970-870-4451
turbick@coloradomtn.edu   

Jonathan Beam
Library Technician/Interlibrary Loan
970-870-4449
jlbeam@coloradomtn.edu


   
   

The Beauty of Steamboat Springs

 

 

Our town, and our Library in particular, are privileged to have amazing views and beautiful blue skies in the winter, spring, summer and fall.

View from Library Balcony

Steamboat's Activities

We may be a small town in terms of population, but the list of activities we can do here is most definitely not small!

For the outdoor enthusiasts, there is hiking, biking, camping, fishing, rafting, kayaking, skiing, snowmobiling, dirt bike riding, horseback riding, golf, tennis, baseball, softball, running, and more.  (And our CMC Steamboat Campus offers many classes for these activities too!)

For those who prefer less active or indoor pursuits, we have great libraries (ourselves included!), a bowling alley, a stadium movie theater, bookstores, restaurants, cafes, an active knitting and fiber arts scene, dance studios, yoga, pilates, and more activities than we can list here.

We find that being bored in Steamboat takes some effort!

Unique Steamboat Attractions

There are so many unique Steamboat attractions that this is only a starting list and some of our staff's top picks.  The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association is a great place to call to ask questions, and your local libraries are always there to help too!