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Vibrant, rowdy, chill, sophisticated: in the ‘Boat you can relax, dance or howl the night away at dozens of bars and restaurants downtown and at the mountain.
Summer 2013 is the right time, and Steamboat Springs is the right place to enjoy music and the arts. As Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp celebrates its 100th anniversary, this is the season of the arts.
In the 1940s, Steamboat pioneer Lowell Whiteman dreamed of a school which would offer young people a rigorous college preparatory education coupled with "so much adventure for so long that they would have sufficient opportunity to grow and mature."
We’re looking for great and unusual (and thoroughly inhabitable) trailers, truck toppers, sheep wagons and more, to feature in the summer issue of Steamboat Magazine.
Theresa Jacobi's natural artistic eye has honed in on stunning perspectives of the Yampa Valley from Alpine Mountain Ranch.
We've teamed up again this year with our partners to offer Greater Sage Grouse viewing tours. While the future of this western icon seems to be in doubt, there are still opportunities to see it and one of the wild’s most spectacular mating displays.
Read the book. Listen to an author tell the back story. Or vice-versa. Either way, readers of all genres are in for a treat this spring when a stream of high-profile authors flows through Steamboat Springs.
This from a woman who solo-hiked 1,100 miles of the Pacific Coast Trail, then bravely bared her soul in her bestselling memoir.
Jordan Matter’s bestselling book showcases Steamboat and some awe-inspiring dancers.
Five Yampa Valley artists reveal the spaces from where their creativity flows.