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We’re expecting about 12,000 visitors to stay in Steamboat Springs-area lodging Saturday night. Chances are they’ll find plenty to do on the mountain, with snow in the forecast through Sunday. To fill the rest of the hours in the day, Routt County businesses and organizations have a lot going on

The incredibly fun and truly authentic Winter Carnival is next week (February 2-6) and I’m starting to get super excited for it! You see, not only is the five-day event jam packed with unique events; Winter Carnival marks my five year anniversary of living in Steamboat.

Winter Carnival

I remember driving into town

I headed out on Sunday for an afternoon snowshoe hike on Rabbit Ears Pass. The boyfriend and our puppy dog came along for a 4-mile trek on the West Summit Loop, on the closer side of the mountain coming from Steamboat.

The trail’s rolling hills are less daunting if you take a left at the top of the

Getting here.

November 17, 2010 by Steamboat Chamber Staff

Steamboat is the most conveniently accessed ski resort in Colorado; Yampa Valley Regional Airport is just 22 miles from downtown Steamboat Springs. Our all-jet service boasts direct flights from 7 major cities and versatile connections nationwide with hundreds of flight options to choose from and

6-Pack Chili

November 15, 2010 by Steamboat Chamber Staff

So you may ask yourself, what do people in Steamboat do on the weekends after the trails are too wet to hike or bike, but before the ski slopes open. Well, we do the same thing that rest of the country does…. watch football, particularly the Denver Broncos on Sunday.

We invite our friends over for

We all know the feeling; the leaves start changing color, the temperature drops and our skin starts to feel drab and dry.

Don’t let the weather put a damper on your skin’s radiance. With these simple tips your skin will keep looking fabulous and vibrant.

-Water...drink lots and lots of water. You’ve


November 1, 2010 by Steamboat Chamber Staff

Mountain Biking in Steamboat Springs. Almost everyone does it. For the first two years that I lived here I was continually asked if I mountain biked. I defiantly answered no. My busy season at work is the summer and when I have free time I golf, a passion of mine. I didn’t need another activity to

Golf is fun any time of year and each season brings out a unique feature. Fall is one of the most enjoyable times as it adds an amazing area of colors to enjoy, in addition to the enjoyment of the game. The greens are usually a little dryer this time of year and make the ball roll better and who

Lost Lake Found

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

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