The Opening Ceremonies for the 95th annual Winter Carnival were held Wednesday night in Olympian Hall at Howelsen Hill.
Skiers ages five to 12 took to the baseball diamonds at Howelsen Park on Thursday afternoon to compete in the Winter Carnival Cross-Country Obstacle Race.
The Soda Pop Slalom on Friday morning at the Steamboat Ski Area was a Winter Carnival event open to any skier or snowboarder through fifth grade. <p> - Click <a href="http://www.nastar.com/index.jsp?pagename=raceresults&race=60327&year=2008" target="_new"> here to see results</a>
Steamboat Springs mountain bikers take on the face of Howelsen Hill in the dead of winter on Friday night during the Winter Carnival Dual Slalom Bicycle Race.
Street event races included street slalom, ski joring, donkey jump and the famous adult shovel race.
Participants in frontier vintage attire combine marksmanship with cross-county skiing at Howelsen Park.
The Steamboat Springs High School skiing band comes down Lincoln Avenue on Sunday during the Diamond Hitch Parade.
Gelandesprung Ski Jumping event Sunday with participants launching of the K114 jump in alpine skis and boots, instead of traditional ski jumping equipment.
The performance by the Lighted Man is a Winter Carnival tradition started in 1935.
The Winter Carnival Street Events on Saturday included the traditional shovel race.