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Running the Steamboat Marathon: Nutrition and Training Tips to get you to the Finish Line

By Cara A. Marrs, RDN, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Hello marathoners!

Here we are again at the beginning of the year and you have signed up for an early summer race. Congratulations, you have picked one

It’s February in the Rocky Mountains and that means the return of the magic that is the WinterWonderGrass Festival. For the third year, this bluegrass festival is calling Steamboat Springs, Colorado home. If you’re new to this incredible festival, their vision explains it best: It’s grounded in the

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

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

Your Guide to Getting the Most out of Your Weekend

Hot Air Balloon RodeoThe Hot Air Balloon Rodeo is one of the most colorful and beautiful weekends in Steamboat Springs. The 37th annual event is a highly anticipated event full of balloons and art in colorful Colorado for a weekend to remember. From balloons floating

There is an assortment of colorful treasures that give Steamboat Springs its distinctive personality, from iconic restaurants to one-of-a-kind activities and festivals, historic haunts, and—of course—the hot springs behind its name. If you want to truly experience the soul of Steamboat this summer,

Steamboat Springs RodeoYeehaw! Ride ‘em cowboy! While I’ve yet to hear someone actually yell that in the stands at the Brent Romick arena in Steamboat Springs, crowds are no less excited to see cowboys and cowgirls compete in tricks, races, and the skills of the Western rancher. In Colorado, we step away from the Pro Bull

Hi Runners!

It’s May and we are about 3 weeks out from the big day! I hope your training has been going well. I wanted to talk today about some specifics on types of fuel for your runs and races, and what to eat before, during and after.

First of all, the basics of a successful nutrition plan is to

Spring in Colorado has sprung, and we’re looking forward to warmer, greener days in the Yampa Valley. With the turn of the season comes budding flowers, spring runoff, plus new and exciting things coming down the pipeline for the summer and fall. Here are a few notable things for you to keep an eye