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Author: Jennie Lay

Ride Steamboat’s Range

September 29, 2015 by Jennie Lay

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Horses are at the heart of Steamboat Springs’ roots. Northwest Colorado’s Ute Indians first acquired horses in the mid 1600s, making them among the first North American Indians to do so. The Yampa Valley’s first white settlers used horses to get here, then work the land. Cowboys and cowgirls have

Sweet Cabin Livin’

September 19, 2015 by Jennie Lay

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Nothing conjures up a Rocky Mountain escape like the romantic idea of a little log cabin buried in the aspens. Re-imagining life in a cabin makes everything seem simpler, quieter, truly rustic and decidedly Western. Every cabin needs a porch for afternoon reading, a quilt to hunker under on cool

Water lovers, head 17 miles south from Steamboat Springs to your boating, fishing, SUPing, water skiing oasis. Navigate south on Colorado Highway 131 toward that awe-inspiring horizon that is the Flat Tops Wilderness; swing left on scenic Routt County Road 14 with all its working ranches; then pull