Petersen, Jill Boyd and Kristen Hager traversed mountain passes with “enormous and mystical snow-capped peaks,” exploring more than 15 different ecosystems while staying at lodges sitting higher than the summit of Mount Zirkel.
Sea kayaking through the remnants of a lost civilization was sobering and scintillating for Hugh Newton last summer.
Climbing an average of 3,300 feet each day, the local riders spent 17 days biking north to south along the coast from Tromsø to Trondheim, mostly above the Arctic Circle.
Local international expedition kayaker Kurt Casey certainly could have picked an easier country to paddle in last spring than Myanmar. But that would have been too easy, and that’s not his style.
When Kim Hess thinks back on her summit day, May 20, 2016, she remembers just a few things after those final steps to the top of the world.
Tale as old as time, song as old as rhyme… You’ve known the story and its title tune for years, but that doesn’t make the new “Beauty and the Beast” any less magical.
A 35-year-old skier died Friday morning, March 24, at Loveland Ski Area, just east of the Eisenhower Tunnel outside of Summit County, the resort confirmed Monday afternoon.
Grand Traverse challenges athletes from across the country and allows Steamboat Springs athletes to shine.
The Gore-Tex Grand Traverse pushed a Steamboat Springs woman to her limits last weekend but didn't stop her from finishing the trek from Crested Butte to Aspen.
Organizers with February’s sold-out WinterWonderGrass Festival said the successful event helped generate more than $20,000 for nonprofits from Steamboat Springs and outside the area.
Oak Creek officials have decided they do not want to pay for the services provided by the Routt County Humane Society.
The Slash and Burned Banked Slalom may be the one event where it doesn’t pay to be an active snowboard competitor.
In its short life, the event has grown quickly into a highlight for young riders, a different kind of race to look forward to late in their competitive season. For older, retired Steamboat Springs riders, however, it’s become a reunion.
Week-long program seeks to introduce young people to the art form
Hosted by the Opera Steamboat (formerly Emerald City Opera), the troupe of five up-and-coming opera singers will perform a diverse selection, highlighting operatic and musical theater repertoire during a concert Friday in Steamboat Springs.
Sandy, Danny, Doody, the T-Birds, the Pink Ladies and dozens of others have spent the past two months rehearsing for Steamboat Springs High School’s production of "Grease," with shows this weekend and next.