At least 137 people died in accidents at the state’s ski resorts since the 2006-07 season.
Steamboat freeskiers closed their season in style at Copper Mountain.
The cancellation of the men's and women's ski programs at University of New Mexico was a massive wrench in the plans of Steamboat Springs skiers on the Lobos roster.
"This is outrageous,"Aaron Mayville, District Ranger, said. "People who vandalize and blatantly disregard the rules have no business being on the National Forest, and we plan on finding and charging the individual responsible."
Local hiking expert Diane White-Crain said there are many popular and lesser-known hiking trails that tend to dry out earlier than others and are great for early season hiking.
Steamboat a bit too ghost-towny for your liking this time of year? Here are a few places you can venture to. And if you leave early enough in the morning, you can be there long before happy hour:
A few steps this spring can ensure Steamboat Springs athletes are both ready to slide again on their skis and snowboards next fall.
The members of the Lester Crown family, of Chicago, have stakes in such high profile investments as the Chicago Bulls, New York Yankees and General Dynamics, as well as Aspen Skiing Co.
It’s about results and having fun, and Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club snowboarders put up plenty of the former did plenty of the latter while competing last week at the United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association national championships at Copper Mountain.
When remodeling their Elkins Meadows home seven years ago, Dianne Fox-Welch and her husband, Keith Welch, prioritized adding an outdoor kitchen.
The Olympics, of course, is the big thing looming on the horizon for Steamboat Springs snowboader Mick Dierdorff, and the pressure to make the team is already starting to mount.
A pack of Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club U16 skiers advanced through regionals last month and to the U.S. Alpine Skiing Junior National Championships last week at Sugarloaf Resort, Maine, and after a strong showing there, several skiers will advance yet again.
Kade Lawton never knew Cody St. John, but that didn't stop the 9-year-old Steamboat Springs skier from joined 200 others in tackling Cody's Challenge on Saturday.
Four adventurers from Steamboat Springs and with ties to the 'Boat experience home and the world.
Traversing the windswept tundra, it’s mid-November, and I’m marking Earth’s hottest year on record with a visit to see Ursus maritimus, the King of the Arctic — a threatened species whose survival depends upon an annual freeze-up.