Steamboat briefs: Super Pass price drops $40 for next season |

Steamboat briefs: Super Pass price drops $40 for next season

Super Pass price drops $40 for next season

Intrawest has cut the price of its Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus for the 2009-10 season. The company, which owns Steamboat Ski and Resort Corp. and Copper Mountain and operates Winter Park for the city and county of Denver, is selling the pass for $399, $40 less than this ski season. The pass includes unlimited skiing at Winter Park and Copper Mountain, as well as six days and free Friday afternoons in Steamboat Springs.

Those who want the new price must put $49 down, according to a news release. The pass is available at and some Christy Sports locations on the Front Range. Ski Corp. plans to release information about Steamboat’s 2009-10 season pass prices this week, spokesman Mike Lane said.

Wrestling club looking for high school students, adults

The Routt County Wrestling Club is open to high school students and adults and includes folkstyle, freestyle, greco, judo and grappling. Call 819-1263 for more information.

Art museum invites local artists to submit items

The Steamboat Art Museum gift shop invites all local artists and craftspersons to submit items for sale on a consignment basis. The shop is preparing for a new exhibit opening in late May and is adding new inventory. Call 870-1755, or e-mail for more information.

Strings Music Festival looking for volunteers

The Strings Music Festival is looking for volunteers for the 2009 Summer Music Festival. If you are interested in volunteering, call Leslie Morace at 970-879-5056, ext. 107, or e-mail

Steamboat Cemetery road closed until further notice

The access road to the Steamboat Cemetery, west of downtown on U.S. Highway 40, is closed to vehicular traffic until conditions all for the road to be repaired. The wet weather has made the road too soft for safe travel or plowing. Call the Yampa Valley Funeral Home at 879-1494 with questions or concerns.