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.
Four Steamboat locals were on or near Mount Everest when the earth began to shake
Steamboat Springs mountain climber Kim Hess had envisioned her return to base camp at Mount Everest similarly to the way she envisioned reaching the summit. Those two moments live in her dreams, one just as important as the other, because, as she’d already learned through one excruciating accident, a climb isn’t over until you’ve gone all the way up, then come all the way back down.
Steamboat's Bryce Zetzman took 27th overall in the boys' 12-14 age group.
Looking for a quick getaway? Starting Saturday, the National Park Service will offer free admission to all national parks that normally charge admission fees.
It's mud season in Steamboat, but options still abound in the area. Here's Explore Steamboat's guide to getting through this year's mud season.
Skiers remember Olympic champion Bill Johnson.
Reporter, friends head to Utah to visit parks, explore with wonderment
As we attempted to pitch our tents behind the few barriers we could find, the relentless assailant that was the wind continued to beat down on us, refusing to make our first memories of camping in Moab, Utah, nice ones.
It’s been years since Billy Winters made the “big decision” in his snowboarding career, or, at least the first big decision.
This weekend the 2015-2016 ski season will come to an end with Springalicious festivities and traditions.
Steamboat Springs Swim Team member Jenna Smith continues to up the ante in her young career. The 12-year-old competed at the Speedo Short Course Far Western Championships in Pleasanton, California, from March 31 through April 3, where she finished fifth overall in the 11-to-12-year-old girls’ division.
Holy Tuesday through Thursday storm cycles, Batman. This past week made three in a row when storms have walloped the Yampa Valley in that three-day time frame, dumping 35, 30 and 25 inches, respectively, atop Mount Werner for a March to remember after a February to forget. With another on tap for this Tuesday, El Nino is keeping a schedule as tight as that of any daycare-attending, soccer-playing toddler.
This week, I am on the Big Island of Hawaii with 19 other members of the SKY Club, the student astronomy club at Colorado Mountain College.
Results from inaugural marathon.
Cody's Challenge returns Saturday to Steamboat Ski Area for an 8:30 a.m. start.