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Military offered free parks entrance

Colorado Parks and Wildlife offers free park entrance to active-duty military and veterans during the month of August as a result of House Bill 15-1045, signed into law May 27.

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Dinosaur National Monument celebrates 100 years

National Park in Colorado, Utah featuring special activities throughout the year

Come October, Dinosaur National Monument will celebrate its 100th birthday, and park staff as well as surrounding communities are coming together to highlight all of the features and attractions that make the monument an international tourist hotspot.

Steamboat Springs BMX Race No. 6

Race No. 6 July 23, 2015

CMC president tapped for national river conservation board

Colorado Mountain College President Carrie Besnette Hauser has been named to the board of directors of American Rivers, a non-profit focusing on river conservation.

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Outdoor apparel company recruits two Steamboat natives to road trip cross country

Steamboat Springs natives David Mucklow and Drew Ruff have spent much of their lives together, from when they met in kindergarten to their time at the University of Puget Sound. So, when the outdoor apparel company Howler Brothers announced for the first time an opportunity for a pair passionate about fishing, swimming, and surfing and spreading the Howler brand, the two partners jumped on the chance to continue their journey together as privateers.

Captain of the Boat results for July 17, 2015

Downhill race No. 2

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Over-the-counter, leftover licenses offered for Colorado hunting

Starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, hunters preparing for a trip to Colorado can purchase over-the-counter licenses both online, in person and over the phone at 1-800-244-5613.

Captain of the Boat, Race No. 2 results

Captain of the Boat race No. 2 results

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Adventure of the Week: A rudimentary guide to camping

The paranoia was real. With my camera slung around my neck, I had a lit Tiki torch in one hand and an axe in the other, the blade too dull for it to be used as much more than a club.

Steamboat Lake Sprint Triathlon continues with beginner-friendly model

Lance Panigutti, co-founder of the Front Range-based Without Limits Productions company, has been competing in the highest level of triathlons for the better part of a decade and a half. Even so, he finds it important to make the races his company organizes as beginner-friendly as possible.

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Continental Divide Trail through-hiker stops to give speech at sponsor Smartwool

It’s nice to have friends — and sponsors — in the right places. Especially if it means a non-dehydrated meal and new socks. So it was last Friday for Continental Divide Trail through-hiker Ken Dawson, of Michigan, who, midway through his 3,100-mile traipse from Mexico to Canada along the spine of the Rockies, stopped over in Steamboat Springs for a welcome lunch, reception and sock swap at the Smartwool world headquarters.

Pair of races await mountain bikers this week

Town Challenge and Captain of the Boat mountain bike races are on tap this week for local cyclists.

Steamboat-Fort Collins nonprofit extends a hand to Sherpa communities in Nepal

When Maya Sherpa was eight years old, she studied in the Solukhumbu region of Nepal, meeting Sherpa children her own age and witnessing their way of life. During her time there, she realized that, although rich in culture, remote Sherpa communities did not have the resources she did growing up. From there, she and her family created the Maya Sherpa Project, with the intention of providing Sherpa communities with resources for a holistically sustainable life.

Captain of the Boat kicks off

Marco Ross-Bryant proved the captain, at least for one week, Thursday evening as the Captain of the Boat downhill mountain bike race series kicked off at Steamboat Ski Area in Steamboat Springs.

Captain of the Boat results, Race No. 1

Results from Thursday's Captain of the Boat downhill mountain bike race at Steamboat Ski Area

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