New season set to begin at Steamboat Bike Park
New trails are on tap this summer in Steamboat Bike Park at Steamboat Ski Area, which is set to open Thursday with Routt County Riders Sponsorship Day.
Colorado author, speaker, geographer and mountaineer Dr. Jon Kedrowski, in town to talk about climbing and skiing the 20 highest Cascade volcanoes in the Pacific Northwest in 30 days.
Friday's kayak race winner tops two more events
There is one final event scheduled in this weekend’s Yampa River Festival — Sunday’s 11 a.m. kayak slalom race at Dr. Rich Weiss Park.
Friday's event was part of this weekend's Yampa River Festival activities
Undoubtedly, Steamboat Springs locals have a bit of an advantage over visitors when it comes to knowing the ins and outs of navigating Fish Creek in a kayak. But, when you're a world champion kayak racer, skill can certainly overcome a lack of familiarity.
Celebrating a river's culture and recreation, the 36th annual Yampa River Festival will commence this weekend with a variety of events and competitions.
Town Challenge gets underway at Marabou
Wednesday certainly felt like summer when the 2016 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series kicked off with the Marabou XC, held on the private Marabou Ranch west of Steamboat Springs. It was the first of eight scheduled events this summer and the only race not held at either Mount Werner or Emerald Mountain.
Proper gear a must for spring, summer water outings
With Memorial Day marking the unofficial start of summer, Steamboat Springs residents may be dragging out their warm-weather toys, including kayaks, rafts and paddleboards — if they haven’t already.
The first race in the 2016 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series will take place Wednesday at Marabou Ranch. Bikers will have the chance to ride the private course this Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
Honey Stinger's Jennifer Shea was tapped as one of SportsOneSource’s annual listing of 40 under 40 award winners.
Steamboat Springs mountain climber Kim Hess reached the summit of Mount Everest on Sunday morning. Chhiring Dorje Sherpa made it Thursday.
The past year of my life is difficult to describe. No doubt it’s been the most amazing 12 months of my existence, but it’s also come with a lot of challenges.
Ski patrol exchange program with Alps resort marks 20th year
During the 2015-16 ski season, Steamboat Ski Area celebrated the 20th anniversary of the ski patrol exchange between the resorts of the Belleville Valley and Steamboat.
The majority of county planning commissioners felt construction of STARS’ 32-guest room lodge is not the primary use of the site but would be an appropriate “accessory” to its adaptive recreation programs.
Twenty years after a serious skiing accident, Craig Kennedy occasionally looks back but keeps moving forward.
Last defendant in Utah and Colorado poaching operation pleads guilty
The last of six defendants in a poaching scheme that involved maiming mountain lions and transporting them across state lines pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on April 6.