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September 9, 2010 by SSCRA Blogger

Backpacking is not for the weak. Even a one night adventure can be grueling. Over the Labor Day weekend my husband Ben and I, along with our golden retriever Karl, attempted our first backpacking trip. Sure, we have camped before even without fancy gear but we had never fully packed it in and out

With a lifetime of local stories, we asked Johnny Spillane, a Steamboat local and 3 time Olympic silver metalist, to share a few tidbits about Steamboat in the summertime and the best ways to relax and recreate in his own home town. Steamboat Springs Visitors’ Guide: What do you love most about

Join us for a free self-guided tour through downtown and its many treasures including local studios, art galleries, museums, and alternative art venues on the first Friday of every month from 5-8 pm. Downtown Steamboat is home to the over 25 diverse small businesses, working studios, and cultural

I’ll start this blog post off by initially stating that I love my job. There are not many professions where you are allowed to take four hours out of your day to go explore your town, the business that create and sustain it and the revel in the fun that makes where I live, Steamboat Springs, such an

In Steamboat Springs, bed and breakfast lodging is one option many visitors may overlook. These accommodations are usually family-owned featuring real, Western hospitality and exceptional, personalized service. Often, a bed and breakfast costs very little more than the local chain hotels, with the

Steamboat Springs is well known around the world for our Champagne Powder®, genuine Western hospitality and the fact that Steamboat Springs is home to more winter Olympians than any other town in North America; 86 athletes and counting.

But what else is the Yampa Valley known for? The answer can be

My friend Audré and I spent the beginning of our Fourth of July weekend at the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series among the cowboys, horses, cows and true western ambiance. Both dressed the part of cowgirls with our fashionable western boots (mine brown and green, Audré’s black), plaid shirts and

Tubing the Yampa River has begun! There is so much to do in Steamboat during the summer months but tubing down the river gets my vote for the most refreshing, relaxing and best way to get a tan! Tubing is a great way to enjoy these awesome summer days with friends and family and is an easy low cost,

My story is more like a anthology. I am a totally crazy, funky, but still sane after all these years.(59 OF THEM). I am married to a "Criminal Court Judge" in Miami, Florida and his brother has a place here and we come often. I have been coming for 6 years now and everytime I am here I wonder why I

Through all of Colorado, lovely places abound. But a town like Steamboat rarely can be found.

I first visited in summer a few short years ago. A guy I had started dating had some cool places to show.

We went camping in the woods and hiking near a stream. We strolled around downtown and enjoyed the

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