Every sport has its Holy Grail, that pinnacle of perfect conditions. For kayakers in Steamboat this past week, it’s catching the Yampa at peak flood. This is when the river is its most powerful.
As temperatures warm up, area trails are opening on Emerald Mountain, and the city is urging people to stay off muddy trails and follow trail etiquette.
Steamboat Springs riders and hikers are enjoying some early trail openings along the Emerald Mountain trail system and other trails in the valley.
A pair of Steamboat Springs climbers are making their way home a week after an earthquake devastated Nepal, where they were attempting to climb Mount Everest.
It is important to keep water safety in mind with the increased opportunities to recreate in and be around water.
In a fast-paced world where people can buy anything they want with a credit card and a computer, and in a world where people are impressed by brand names instead of workmanship, there is a group of Steamboat Springs’ artists traveling their own path.
A pair of Steamboat Springs-based climbers are safe after a deadly avalanche on Mount Everest triggered by a devastating earthquake in Nepal.
Craigen, Stewart racing in South African event
Steamboat mountain bikers Robin Craigen and Mel Stewart started Friday in a nine-day stage race on the other side of the world. They're competing in the Joberg2C event in South Africa.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club took time last week to reflect back on its recently finished season, handing out awards April 15 to recognize the best performances of what was a long and successful season for club skiers.
Magazines editor and columnist Eugene Buchanan writes about his experience at one of Conservation Colorado's sage grouse viewing trips.
The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame will induct 10 key figures into the hall of fame in a ceremony tonight at the Steamboat Grand.
Sunday will mark the 51st anniversary of Buddy Werner’s death in a 1964 avalanche in Switzerland, but on Thursday, when his friends, family members and teammates spoke about the legendary Steamboat Springs ski racer, they didn’t focus on that black day of death, but the 28 years of life that preceded it.
The shrubs and trees along rivers and streams play a vital role in the web of life in wetlands, which provide habitat during the year to 75 percent of plant and animal species in the state, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
I have been working on putting together Ski History Week for more than eight months now. A week full of activities awaits to include a film festival, three award ceremonies, two legacy lectures (we’ll get to that in a minute), two parties, First Tracks (sold out) and a send-off breakfast. The venues amazingly suit each unique event… ahhhh Steamboat!
Cody's Challenge results April 4, 2015