If you are a mountain biker, you have most likely noticed a new and growing term in the industry, “Enduro.” What exactly is Enduro? Is it a bike? Is it a trail? Is it a new flavor of Stinger waffles? Enduro is one of the fastest-growing forms of mountain bike racing; it is very popular in Europe and is rapidly gaining steam in the U.S. Enduro is not cross country and it is not downhill racing; it is a mix of the two.
You’ll have an opportunity to witness an unusual “blue moon” this month but don’t expect to go outside and literally see a blue-colored moon staring back at you. The term “blue moon” has an unusual and uncertain history, but it certainly does not refer to the actual spectrum of the moon.
This weekend was the inaugural Steamboat Movement Fest which brought a sense of ease and enlightenment to the community of attendees through a wide variety of classes and events offered at the Steamboat Grand.
Kay Clagett, has announced her retirement effective at the conclusion of the 2015 season.
Growing up in a community like Steamboat Springs provides plenty of opportunities and teaches our children to follow them.
LIFT-UP is expanding. By the end of 2015, the organization will have a new, bigger Food Bank, and the Thrift Store will be almost doubled in size.
The importance of keeping children engaged throughout the summer is cited in numerous research studies. The fact is, if students don’t practice the skills they have gained throughout the school year, they lose them. This is commonly known as the “summer slide.”
At Old Town Hot Springs, safety is our number-one priority. We teach Red Cross swim lessons and base our privates on Red Cross standards. The Red Cross program not only teaches kids proper swim technique, but also emphasizes how to be safe in and around the water.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria are on the rise, and Yampa Valley Medical Center is responding vigilantly and proactively.
If you had the opportunity to travel to another planet, either with fellow humans or aliens, would you do it?
With the wet spring and now some July rains, the ground is saturated in places, with standing water in low spots, which combine to form a great breeding grounds for mosquitos. A number of products are now available to ward off mosquitoes, but your first line of defense is to remove their nearby breeding grounds.
We are so fortunate to have the abundance of great trail riding in and around Steamboat, however, as natural creatures of habit, many of us tend to gravitate toward our “regular routes” that we thread between our daily obligations.
The date was July 14, 1965. The entire world held its collective breath as NASA’s Mariner 4 spacecraft sailed past the red planet Mars at close range. Human exploration of our solar system via robot emissary had begun.
Acupuncture can prove an effective treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.
Every industry has its own lingo. I assume jargon was originally invented as shorthand among people doing similar work, but I think we really use it to show off that we know things other people don’t know. For this column, I thought it would be fun to share some concert vernacular I’m familiar with — why should I be the only person in Steamboat who’s confused all the time?