The Steamboat Springs Swim Team notched top results at a weekend meet in Glenwood Springs and placed third overall.
Western Colorado town embraces and grows its cycling tourism
When the ski season winds down, high-country cyclists get the itch to head west in search of dry trails and warm weather. And when they head west, they often end up in Fruita, a place filled each spring with familiar Steamboat Springs faces.
As the competition cranks up, Steamboat Springs hopes to stay even in a cycling arms race.
Routt County Undersheriff Ray Birch said the man died about eight-tenths of a mile up from Cow Creek Road, otherwise known as Routt County Road 45.
It'll probably take another couple of weeks for me to get all of the sand out of my car and the focus ring on my camera. By then, I already may be on my way back to the dunes.
The weather has taken a turn for summer in the past week, and outdoor recreation is on the rise. The biggest local outdoors attraction for summer activities is the Yampa River, where residents can boat, float and fish for much of the year.
The competitive mountain bike season has started for some of Steamboat’s most avid cyclists.
The push to turn Steamboat Springs into Bike Town USA now is several years old, and the effort continues to gather momentum. But what’s to show for the initiative? Supporters say the city already is starting to realize the economic potential of being a cycling hot spot, but not everyone is convinced. Today is the first of a two-part series examining Bike Town USA.
Parts of the vast state harbor a fanatical skiing culture. Other parts of the state lack skiing, and it was into those rural corners of Alaska that Josh Smullin recently traveled with the NANANordic program.
Events are right around the corner for Steamboat summer sports, including the Steamboat Springs Running Series, which kicks off next week.
Northwest Colorado anglers who have liked Colorado Parks and Wildlife on Facebook and followed the agency on Twitter already have picked up on some valuable information to guide their spring fishing trips.
Last weekend's Loveland Pass avalanche left Steamboat Springs backcountry skiers counting their blessings and hoping for better avalanche education.
When she’s all ready, all packed and eager to start, there still has to be room for a letter in Shayla Paradeis's backpack.
Steamboat-enthused social media users helped three local nonprofit organizations secured tens of thousands of dollars in grants through online voting contests this month.
Steamboat Springs mountain climber Eric Meyer is headed back to Mount Everest, fully aware of the joy and the danger that await.