search

Top 3 Pages

menu

Steamboat Blog

Category - Featured

A tinge of gold gleaming in the trees is the first hint of fall in the mountains. Autumn happens to be one of the best times to visit Steamboat Springs thanks to a plethora of fun events set against a truly beautiful backdrop. Here are six ways to celebrate Steamboat Springs’ golden splendor this

From the moment ski season ends until opening day, Steamboat Ski Resort is working tirelessly to improve efficiency, guest experience, and sustainability efforts. This year is one of the most exciting yet, with a brand new $15 million gondola set to take off in November. As snow begins to cover Ski

Hiking in Colorado is one of the state’s biggest summer draws. With the beauty of the Rocky Mountains beckoning, visitors of all abilities are drawn to the incredible views. And whether you want to take a quick stroll to the base of a waterfall, scramble on all fours across a rocky, high-elevation

There’s no denying, the summers in Colorado are breathtakingly beautiful. The dry climate and warm temperatures provide a perfect atmosphere for exploring our beautiful state, but they can also create an environment that is susceptible to fire danger. As we navigate through wildfire season in the

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

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 magical WinterWonderGrass Festival. For the fourth year, this bluegrass festival is calling Steamboat Springs, Colorado home. The three-day festival focuses on building an authentic community filled with food trucks, cocktail

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

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