As the new president/COO of the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corp.,
Rob Perlman has traveled on the Dreamliner to Japan, worked two jobs at once, and counted down the days ‘til ski season.
1,100 Vertical Feet, Five Trails and State-of-the-Art Lighting Means the Fun Doesn’t Stop When The Day Does
13 Lifts, 156 Trails, 3,668 Vertical Feet & Nearly 2,700 Acres By Saturday, Dec. 14th
Freestyle aerials champion Kris Feddersen and five other athletes and sport builders will be formally inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Read extended interviews with the eye-popping number of local athletes poised to compete at the Winter Olympics and listen to their playlist.
Ski 4 Yellow could be the most fun a skier or rider has all year on the slopes of Mount Werner. But behind the frivolity, celebrity and joviality lies a serious mission: to stand by cancer victims.
The Steamboat Ski Area started in 1955 with one man’s dream. Rancher Jim Temple looked up at Storm Mountain, looming over the tiny town, and dreamt that one day it would become a ski area of international renown.
Last August more than 80 alumni, professors, staff and friends - some returning to Steamboat Springs for the first time in more than four decades.
Holiday 2011: The word is out, not everyone rides the chair lift. We’ve all seen people plodding their way up the mountain, defying gravity.
LOCAL SKIERS AND RIDERS are accustomed to jostling for position to snag Steamboat’s untracked powder.