During a Saturday morning adventure last week, I stepped onto a stand up paddleboard and floated into Fetcher Pond to try SUP yoga.
Paddleboards born in Steamboat, bred for rivers, lakes…and yoga.
The surprise isn’t that a start-up, Steamboat-based company has found a way to develop officially licensed skis and snowboards for colleges and universities. The surprise is that it took so long for someone to come up with the idea.
Last August more than 80 alumni, professors, staff and friends - some returning to Steamboat Springs for the first time in more than four decades.
Life pulls at us from many directions. Sometimes we need to re-center our minds and spirits to do the things we know are good for us.
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.
Winter 2011: In Steamboat Springs, you are as apt to run into an Olympian at the grocery store as the lift line.
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.
Holiday 2011: People: Marko Ross-Bryant, Jonathan Bricklin, George Oliphantby Various Authors Life at the TopStory by Kelly BastoneMarko Ross-Bryant's high-speed communte. Photo by Aryeh CopaMost of
Usually by the first of August, the Yampa River flows lazily through Old Town Steamboat Springs.