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I moved to Steamboat Springs eight years ago from Philadelphia. I will always love Philadelphia but I never thought Steamboat would capture my heart as it has. I met my husband here and we recently had a baby girl. Steamboat is now home.

Though our little girl is just one, many of our friends and

You might know Steamboat for the many attractions and activities that we offer, but you might be wondering the best way to get here or the easiest way to get around Steamboat while you’re here. We’re here to help give you the best insider tips on ways to get here and beat the traffic while you’re in

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“Go after life as if it's something that's got to be roped in a hurry before it gets away.” — Cowboy Wisdom

IMG_7818If you’re in Steamboat over a weekend in the summer, a must do is a visit to the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo. There’s nothing like a stampede of bulls, cowboys, rodeo clowns and barrel racers

Bull Riding at the Base

When the Steamboat summer is in full swing, the base area of the ski mountain is a fantastic spot to bring the family for a day of fun. Start out with a scenic ride up the gondola. The kids LOVE having a bird’s eye view of the valley and the grassy meadows, mountain wildflowers and Aspen trees look

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It probably goes without saying that one of the best ways to view “cowboy country” is from on top of a horse. So if your only mode of transport around the ‘Boat involves four wheels and a motor, then you’re definitely missing out on some “horse” power. If your kids are over 6 years old, then corral

What’s the number one year-round attraction in Steamboat Springs? Nope, it isn’t skiing. It’s hot springs, and the Old Town Hot Springs in downtown Steamboat Springs is a big reason why. It’s convenient, and family friendly. On a cool summertime evening, soaking in a quiet hot spring pool while the

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There is an old saying among Steamboat locals: “I came for the winters, but I stayed for the summers”. That’s because while the winter brings the snow and great skiing that attracts visitors from all over the

Tree Decorating

I’ve just returned from the Tread of Pioneers Museum where the holiday spirit is in full swing. Hot apple cider, cookies and carols were abundant as several organizations from the community gathered to decorate trees donated by community businesses with fun and festive themes. This year at The