Outdoor recreation business leaders are putting their money where their mouths are by taking their biggest trade show out of the state that has hosted it for 20 years following a political feud.
Steamboat Springs High School will play host to the state’s high school skiers next week, Feb. 23 and 24. Nordic skiing and Alpine skiing races will take place at both Howelsen Hill and Steamboat Ski Area. The school is looking for volunteers to help.
There almost wasn't going to be a halfpipe this winter, but a summer decision ensured there would be one, and now, that pipe will play host to skiers and riders from around the region for an event this weekend.
What could have been a life-threatening crisis turned out to be simply an unexpected overnight camping trip for 61-year-old snowmobiler Chris Zigler.
While other college students were spending their fall term listening to lectures and cramming for tests, Jackson Perry was earning his credits in the remote wilderness of Patagonia.
Save for those venturing in for a screwdriver, directions or frostbite help, what lies inside the 1,200-square-foot Steamboat ski patrol shack at the top of Mount Werner has always been a mystery ... until now.
Colorado Mountain College students are inviting Winter Carnival fireworks viewers Saturday to also watch a kickoff party for the school’s new ski and snowboard rail mini-park.
It was one of the best ski runs of Dillon resident Kelsey Malin’s life, but it was nearly her last.
A new Steamboat Springs business is letting skiers and riders skip the lift lines and learn how to safely make turns in the less-traveled backcountry.
Of course, Duct tape is involved. With something as original and demanding of both talent and ingenuity, how could it not be?
Wednesday Place, totals Alpine Girls U8 HS20 1 McKenzie Maines 22.0 2 Gigi Lobeck 18.0
Wednesday Bump jump Name, 1st jump, 2nd jump Everett Baldwin, 4.5, 4 Ben Becker, 2, 3
Baden advances to slopestyle finals
The Opening Ceremonies won’t begin for more than a year, but the 2018 Winter Olympic clock started ticking for at least one Steamboat Springs athlete Wednesday at Mammoth Mountain Resort in California. It's so far, so good for slopestyle snowboarder Nik Baden.
Steamboat Springs High School graduate Maggie Rose Carrigan raced to one of the best finishes of her career earlier this week and brought home a silver medal from Winter Universiade 2017.
Saturday’s X Games women’s snowboard superpipe finals had Steamboat Springs rider Arielle Gold feeling positively mixed up after her runs.