Howelsen Ice Complex

News & Updates

The Howelsen Ice Complex is currently open with limited programming. This includes a number of designated public skate, freestyle skate and stick-&-puck sessions, with a maximum capacity of 25 people per session. 

We are no longer using an online reservation system for our stick-&-puck, public skate, or freestyle figure skate activities. Instead, we have returned to our former system of registering in person at the Howelsen Ice Arena.  All activity dates, times, and pricing can be found on this website.

Click HERE for additional public skate information and our weekly schedule.

Please note that this is subject to change at anytime due to evolving state and local public health orders.  

Bumper Cars on Ice are not available at this time. 

COVID-19 Guidelines

State, local, and rink guidelines are subject to change. ANY staff, chaperone/ parents, coaches, or athletes not observing state, local, or rink guidelines, including but not limited to those listed, will be required to leave the facility upon request.

Howelsen Ice Complex is one of the only ice facility in Colorado to offer Bumper-Cars-On-Ice. The facility offers Public Skate, Stick & Puck, and Drop-In Hockey for all ages and ability levels.

This Olympic size rink also hosts a variety of adult and youth hockey and skating programs, as well as hockey and figure skating camps. Regardless of age, interest, or skill level, Howelsen Ice Complex can accommodate your needs. From figure skating to hockey leagues, broomball to bumper cars, birthday parties to hockey tournaments, private rentals to public skating sessions, there is something for everyone!

Hockey & Figure Skating Clubs

Howelsen Ice Complex is home to the Steamboat Springs Youth Hockey Association, Steamboat Springs High School Sailors Hockey Team and the Steamboat Springs Figure Skating Club.