The last time Rick Henderson searched a 400-foot stretch of Armstrong Creek deep in California Park for the Colorado River cutthroat trout, he found only two. He was hoping to find 50.
The Steamboat Springs High School mountain bike team picked up a win in the sophomore boys race when Koby Vargas, second throughout the Leadville race, made a dash for the finish line.
It’s about this time of year when I vividly recall a family from Tennessee huddled together in the glass bus shelter on Lincoln Avenue, shaking uncontrollably as they tried to withstand another 15 minutes of subzero temperatures in Steamboat Springs.
Diane White-Crane never forgets when the fall colors usually reach their peak here in Colorado.
Behind every brilliant show of bright fall colors is an abundance of darkness.
The car is filled with gas, and I have a couple of empty memory cards and a bag filled with lenses for just about every situation.
Members of the Routt County Board of Commissioners asked Trout Unlimited to forward them a resolution recently passed by Summit County in support of Our Colorado River project, so they can do the same.
Volunteers will be asked to help transplant pine seedlings sprouting in the trail to the adjacent forested areas to generate regrowth.
Eight Steamboat Springs mountain bikers traversed a 215-mile trail from Durango to Moab, Utah, during the course of seven days. The varying terrain provided "mind-blowing" views and, as it turns out, some trying times along the way.
The new Steamboat Springs High School mountain bike team has been a hit off the trail and a success on it.
The duo of Kelly Boniface and Nate Bird led the way for a pack of strong Steamboat Springs cyclists Saturday at the inaugural Winter Park Epic 50, a 50-mile mountain bike race.
The 5Points Film Festival returns at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Howelsen Hill for its second late-summer stop in Steamboat Springs.
A number of local riders placed well at a Saturday mountain bike race in Breckenridge.
The cranes haven't disappointed the crowds at the second-annual Yampa Valley Crane Festival based in Steamboat Springs.
By the time Steamboat Springs resident David Epperson began studying photography at San Francisco State University in the 1970s, he knew he’d live a life with a camera always in hand. On Sept. 18, Epperson will be inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame.