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When you live in a place where hundreds of inches of snow falls every winter, you better enjoy being in it. That was the idea, over 100 years ago, behind the first Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival. Locals created a festival to get people out of their houses, enjoy each other’s company and have some

Returning to Steamboat for its 34th year, MusicFest is bringing the heat to the Rockies with 6 days and 200+ hours of live music. Worlds will again collide as MusicFest serves up the best Texas and Americana music to the snowy peaks at Steamboat Ski Resort for a full week of grooving on and off the

Due to its unique location as Colorado’s northernmost ski and snowboard resort, Steamboat often gets snow that no other place does, averaging nearly 30 feet a season. The Boat’s sprawling terrain stretches across almost 3,000 acres and features 165 trails—more than you could ski in an entire week.

Although he’s lived in Steamboat Springs for more than 20 years, the beauty of the place continues to stop David Wittlinger in his tracks. On a recent drive back home over Rabbit Ears Pass, he pulled over to marvel at the sea of the changing aspens’ lime greens, yellows, and golds. He and his

Fresh ingredients just taste better. For many chefs in Steamboat Springs, buying local produce, meat, eggs and more ensures they deliver the tastiest food possible. Thankfully this is a way of life for many chefs and restaurants in the ‘Boat, which is part of why the food scene is one of the most

The color cascade in the Colorado mountains surpass any fall foliage you might find in New England. Because of Colorado’s varying altitudes, you can extend your leaf peeping trips for several weekends, working your way from high to low mountains and enjoying a full month of glorying in nature’s

Everybody knows that cold suds taste better after you sweat, and a little breathtaking scenery along the way never hurts, either. In Steamboat, you can indulge in this winning combination every time you hit the dirt or pavement. Whether you’re hiking, walking, running, or cycling, countless local