In its short life, the event has grown quickly into a highlight for young riders, a different kind of race to look forward to late in their competitive season. For older, retired Steamboat Springs riders, however, it’s become a reunion.
Elk River flows over-heated
“It’s crazy how high the flows are for this time of year," hydrologist Ashley Nielson says of the Elk River.
Ladley will appear when show premiers 29th season later this month
Snowboarding had already taken Matt Ladley around the world. Now it could help him do so in a little different way as Ladley was cast on the upcoming season The Amazing Race.
A group of local youth got to learn about survival from the experts at Routt County Search and Rescue.
Justin Reiter rode to one of his best finishes in two seasons Thursday at the World Snowboard Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain.
Steamboat Springs skier Lars Hannah earned All-American skier status during the weekend at the NCAA Championships in New Hampshire.
Arielle Gold won't be a two-time world champion, at least not this year.
Arielle Gold qualified in second place in the women's halfpipe Friday at the World Snowboard Championships in Sierra Nevada, Spain.
A 23-year-old mountaineer missing for two days after attempting to climb Pyramid Peak and falling nearly 1,500 feet was found alive late Tuesday afternoon, authorities said.
A total of 10 local ski and snowboard athletes will compete over the next two weeks in Sierra Nevada, Spain, at the Freestyle World Ski Championships and concurrent World Snowboard Championships.
The rapid on the Green river in Lodore Canyon known as Hell’s Half Mile, guarded by Lucifer’s Rock, will likely be energized during the 2017 floating season.
The U.S. Open has been kind to Steamboat Springs snowboarders in the past. Taylor Gold’s a former champ, and both Arielle Gold and Matt Ladley have posted high results there. They won’t get the chance this year.
Steamboat's Bryan Gilbertson is so familiar with second place that when it became clear he'd end up there again, he could only shrug his shoulders. There was one thing different this time, however.
Steamboat Springs residents who are part of the annual spring migration to Moab will want to pencil in some extra time, and patience, if they plan on visiting one of the area’s most popular national parks.
Lonnie Bedwell had never mountain climbed, kayaked or skied for more than a half of a run before going blind nearly 20 years ago.