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If anecdotal evidence is any indication, trail-map-in-the-freezer is a trick that works. Therefore, join me in freezing some maps, and let's get the rest of this mountain opened up!
Families are at the very root of the Steamboat Ski Area: families who looked up at the mountain outside of town and shared a common vision, “The Dream,” as ski area founder Jim Temple described it in 1956.
In January 2010 right here on my home slopes of Steamboat, I saw a blind snowboarder. Facing his instructor, arm-in-arm, the two of them looked like dancers waltzing down the mountain.
This was a bat encounter few will forget – and an opportunity to raise appreciation for bats that lurk in Steamboat’s backyards.
Out of the box? Definitely. Artistically inclined? Of course. Especially when interior designer Irene Nelson is involved in the creative process.
Relax, Locavores. Après ski with genuine local flair has moved beyond microbrews.
Town Quirks - Steamboat Ski Area's 50 year scrapbook.
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.
The Genuine Steamboat Story Contest sponsored by Steamboat Group Realty challenged locals and visitors alike to write a short article on the topic: Why do you think Steamboat Springs is a Genuine Place to Live or Visit?
The Pamper Group brings together a collection of the finest day spas, mobile massage and nail spas in the Rocky Mountain region