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When the snow starts to melt and the days get longer, that can mean only one thing in Steamboat Springs: it’s time to get out those beautiful two-wheeled devices and hit the trails. The excitement of early season is palpable as people dust off their bikes and are eager to get outside and soak up the

Insider Tips for Escaping the Crowds

Steamboat Springs may be a small mountain town, but that doesn’t mean we don’t pack a punch with our access to the great outdoors, and in particular, our wide-open spaces. Visit our mountain town in Northwest Colorado between June and September and you will

Experience Spring in the Rocky Mountains

The days are getting longer and warmer which means spring is on the horizon. It’s that time of year when, as much as we love the snow, we’re looking forward to enjoying a new season of activities. With so many options for spring and early summer trips to

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

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

Possibly the most “Colorado” photo of all time is the famed depiction of a pair of Stetson- and spur-wearing cowhands on horseback riding through two feet of snow in Steamboat Springs and carrying wooden skis across their laps. This also happens to be the quintessential image of Steamboat, which

Many people know Steamboat Springs as a charming Colorado mountain town dating back to the Old West, but it’s recently become a hotspot for another variety of saddle riders. While Steamboat’s first settlers traveled by horseback, town leaders and citizens have emphasized the joys of two-wheel