This year's effort to improve snowmobile parking on Rabbit Ears Pass will create 35 new spaces at Dumont with 40 new spaces at Muddy Creek parking area coming in 2016.
2015 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series season results
The Steamboat Springs high school mountain bike team, bigger than ever this year, started its season Sunday.
The following essay was composed by Steamboat Springs High School student Cole Sias after she competed in the Colorado High School Cycling League State Championships last fall. Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club trains the Steamboat Springs High School cycling team, which just completed its first race of the season last weekend.
The race to win the top divisions of the Steamboat Springs Town Challenge mountain bike series will come to a predictable conclusion Wednesday afternoon with the series’ final race of the summer, the Sunshine Loop XC on Mount Werner.
Rounding a corner along Routt County Road 62 just northwest of Clark Saturday afternoon, Adam Gianforte and his unicycle were enough of a spectacle to warrant second and third glances.
Forest Service officials say the incident is isolated and the risk to the public is low.
To show Routt County Riders’ genuine appreciation for Steamboat Ski Area's donation to the organization, we’ve planned a "Twilight Takeover" for the final Thursday Twilight Biking night of the summer, and we’re encouraging anyone who enjoys riding trails throughout Routt County to head to the gondola, purchase a bike park ticket and enjoy this great amenity.
There are a lot of alpine lakes to explore around Steamboat Springs.
Stage Classification Place, name, team, from John Murphy UHC USA Taylor Phinney BMC USA Lucas Sebastian Haedo JHB ARG Travis Mccabe SSC USA
Rawhide, one of Steamboat Bike Park’s most difficult downhill mountain bike trails, is no joke. Starting from the top of the gondola, the trail is a viciously fast descent through aspens, with a few switchbacks and plenty of rocky obstacles waiting to surprise you.
Tracy Bye’s commitment to wildlife rehabilitation led her to open a center near Steamboat Springs
There is love in Tracy Bye’s voice as she prepares specially formulated bottles in the kitchen sink of her home just outside of Steamboat Springs. As she talks, she describes the animals she has saved, the ones she has lost and the ones she is caring for now at the Born Free Wildlife Rehabilitation Center, which is located just a few steps outside her back door.
Back in 1989, Colorado Department of Wildlife officer Jim Hicks started coming into Tracy Bye’s Soda Creek Elementary School classroom to talk with students about animal tracks.
You can find many of Born Free’s most heartwarming stories on the center’s website — wildlife-rehabilitation.com — under the tab “Stories From the Heart.” There you can read about Bee, a hummingbird who came to the wildlife center after the nest she was in blew off its perch on a satellite dish, or the story of Sailor, a golden eagle found dehydrated near Maybell.
Sal Malone just gets it. The Steamboat Springs resident turns 10 on Monday, but his lack of years doesn’t keep him from understanding the big picture and importance of Saturday’s STARS Biking the Boat Charity Ride.