Adventure starts here - what to know and where to go. Expanded stories from the Steamboat Outdoors issue and summer Visitors' Guide.
Q&A with Steamboat Springs local Dan Hagney
The Steamboat Bike Park has gained notoriety over the past summer and continues to evolve offering a variety of downhill trails.
Local bike builders, Moots, is selling raffle tickets to help Routt County Riders purchase a machine to create single track trails.
Fish Creek Falls, hot air balloons and downhill mountain biking as seen from a remote controlled drone.
Proposed trail network offers mountain bike thrills from beginner to expert.
The community's unbridled enthusiasm for all forms of cycling led Steamboat Springs to officially adopt the nickname Bike Town USA.
Steamboat Springs is always moving. Look outside and you see the healthy pulse of life in mountains. It’s no wonder Routt County is one of the fittest in the country.
At coffee shops, around water-coolers and at the grocery store on Thursdays after a Town Challenge Series Race, locals are talking about their results, their friends’ finishes, that week’s course and the next event.
Tim and Alethea Stone’s home in North Routt County is the epitome of those imaginings. Tim Stone was a young architect and a bachelor when he relocated to Steamboat Springs from the Roaring Fork Valley. The Aspen market was prohibitive, but purchasing property in Steamboat was feasible and in 2003, Stone bought a lot in the woods near Steamboat Lake.