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Surrounded by soaring mountains and grassy valleys, Steamboat Springs, Colorado, is a hub for adventure and natural wonders. There’s no better way to explore Steamboat’s corner of heaven than to head out to its four state parks—Pearl Lake, Steamboat Lake, Stagecoach, and Yampa River. Each park has

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

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

In the Rocky Mountains, the golf balls go farther and the vistas are prettier. Only in Colorado do golfers need to specify if their “Eagle” means attaining the ultimate two under par or the equally rare national bird is circling the course overhead. Planning your golf getaway in the mountains

A picturesque old ranching town tucked into its own stunning corner of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, Steamboat Springs has etched its name on the world map as a powder paradise for skiers in the winter and a singletrack mecca for mountain bikers in the summer. But that means many visitors don’t take

There’s one other thing besides snow that brings together tourists and Colorado locals: hot springs. After a day filled with wild activities in Colorado’s gorgeous outdoors, there is nothing like a soak in the hot springs to take away the sting of a fall mountain bike ride or burning through

1. Visit Fish Creek Falls

Pay a visit to the towering 208-ft waterfall, just a 2-mile drive and a brief walk from downtown Steamboat. Soon, the falls will freeze over and become a haven for ice climbers. But for now, it’s still the perfect quick hike. This is great for families looking for a small