Expect to start seeing lots of blaze orange around town — hunting season is underway.
It may be time to start thinking about winter in Steamboat Springs, but local snowboarder Nik Baden is already knee deep in the season, and Wednesday, he recorded a strong finish at his first slopestyle snowboarding event of the season.
When Eric Baker signed up for a ski and snowboard product design class at Colorado Mountain College, he hoped he would learn how to fabricate a pair of skis himself.
Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series Howelsen Hammer XC Wednesday, Aug. 17 Novice Men’s 19 to 34 Place, name, age, total time 1. Jeff Harper 41 58:08:00
It’s August in Steamboat Springs, which means the fourth annual Enduro X race is here, and organizer are proud to bring racers to some of the finest single track Routt National Forest has to offer.
XC/MTB/Running Friday Steamboat Springs Junior 17 & Under Place, name, combined time 7 Gage Adrian 2:35.71
The logic for Kelly Boniface went like this: If you’re of the athletic mindset, and there’s an awesome event in your hometown, you’d better do it at least once.
Steamboat’s summer Olympian Rich Weiss battled the odds and the ice to reach the peak of his sport
It took a sledgehammer for Steamboat Springs kayaker Rich Weiss to make it to the Summer Olympics.
Steamboat Springs BMX results for Thursday, Aug. 11
A club of off-road vehicle enthusiasts who enjoy revving their engines in the Routt National Forest have given yet another gift to the land managers in Northwest Colorado
Special qualities can be found at lakes in the Zirkels and the Flat Tops, and some of those lakes have even more spectacular views, better fishing and legal camping just 100 feet from shore. And, yes, they also offer the opportunity to be the only ones there.
A plan to build a more expansive and sustainable trail system on Buffalo Pass for cyclists, hikers, equestrians and off-highway vehicle drivers still is in a holding pattern this summer because of environmental concerns.
Colorado Group Realty’s 10th annual Parade of Homes event, a fundraiser benefitting Steamboat Adaptive Recreational Sports, is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.
The Steamboat Stinger has earned a reputation across the state as one of the most challenging races of the season, but a few of the athletes take that challenge to a new level.
With the Olympics underway in Rio, Steamboat Today tapped magazine editor Eugene Buchanan to reflect on his stint working for NBC at the Beijing Olympics.