A man reported missing at Breckenridge Ski Resort Thursday, Jan. 12, at about 5 p.m. was found by ski patrol the next morning and pronounced dead shortly thereafter.
Steamboat teen earns World Juniors chance with best-ever finish
Steamboat Springs snowboarder Cody Winters couldn't stay disappointed long after losing his last race Sunday at the Race to the Cup event at Steamboat Ski Area.
A big part of winning is feeling good, Steamboat Springs Alpine snowboarder Justin Reiter said, and Friday afternoon, Reiter may have looked good and mostly sounded good, but he still didn’t quite feel good.
Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarders rode to high finishes Sunday at a United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association slopestyle event at Copper Mountain.
Top results at the U.S. National Championships last weekend in Park City, Utah, have earned Steamboat Springs skier Wyatt Gebhardt a spot on the Junior World Championships team — something he never expected with the seaosn began.
Local outdoor awareness and education organization Yampatika hosts snowshoe tours all winter long, which wind across the Yampa Valley at various lengths and levels of difficulty to meet the experience level of any and all snowshoers and snowshoers-to-be.
High School Nordic skiers opened their season with strong showing at Snow Mountain Ranch.
After 20 inches of new snow Thursday morning, local skiers celebrate with early morning turns of delight.
A brand-new piece of machinery fresh as the driven snow can be fun in the wintertime, but if you’ve got an older model snowmobile you’ve kept in good shape, the chance to show it off is coming up soon. Vintage & Classic Oval Snowmobile Racing takes place all day Jan. 7 and 21 at Hayden Speedway. The event, hosted by X-Treme Mountain Racing and Antique & Vintage Snowmobile Club of Colorado, will highlight older sleds on the track.
After 46 years, Billy Kidd still loves skiing every day in Steamboat
Billy Kidd has been guiding his 1 p.m. daily ski clinics at Steamboat Ski Area for 46 years. Even after all that, the busiest time of the year — between Christmas and New Years — only invigorates him.
Navigating the ski mountain on a busy weekend is an art. With a bit of planning, a skier or snowboarder can find ways to avoid (most of) the lift lines, find a spot to eat lunch in a timely manner and, with a bit of luck, even end up all alone in a bit of untouched powder.
There was no debating last week at a Race to the Cup Alpine snowboarding event in Buck Hill, Minnesota, that Steamboat Springs rider Maggie Rose Carrigan was the fastest woman there.
It takes a different kind of athlete to race snowboardcross. Telluride’s Hagen Kearney, well, he’s a different kind of athlete. Today, he’s a World Cup winner!
Litteral said 24 birders identified 42 species of birds, including many robins, rosy-finches, a Wilson’s snipe and a Lapland longspur, a particularly rare bird to see in Routt County.
Steamboat Springs snowboarder Nik Baden spun his way into a seventh-place finish Saturday at the U.S. Grand Prix snowboarding event at Copper Mountain.