January 17, 2019 — Eirlaiani Abdul Rahman came to Steamboat Springs three years ago to learn how to ski.Now, she’s preparing to become the first Singaporean national to ski 100 miles over 10 days across the North Pole.
January 15, 2019 — The U.S. Forest Service and the city of Steamboat Springs have brought the Keystone Policy Center on to facilitate discussion on the Mad Rabbit project, a proposal that would build a presently undetermined amount of trails in the areas of Mad Creek, Rocky Peak and Rabbit Ears Pass.
January 15, 2019 — Registration for the 2019 Tour de Steamboat has begun, and riders will have even more to be excited about this year.The ride, slated for Saturday, July 20, has added a 72-100 mile gravel race to the mix.
January 12, 2019 — Over the last decade, Hans has become a beloved face at Four Points. He never intended to work as a liftie, but a Swiss lottery allowed him to leave a lifelong career and travel to the U.S. Since then, he has found that seasonal jobs offer a freedom that he doesn’t plan on squashing anytime soon.
January 12, 2019 — The Steamboat Hill Climb and the B Fest would feature a professional race up Howelsen Hill as a part of the Rocky Mountain States Hill Climb Association series, complete with a barbecue and bourbon festival with a Saturday night concert at the base.
January 6, 2019 — It’s avalanche season in the Rocky Mountains.The Colorado Avalanche Information Center is forecasting a considerable risk of avalanches at all elevations and all slope aspects Monday, due to new snowfall forming a storm slab on top of weaker layers of snow.
January 3, 2019 — Sloth Events is bringing a new, recreational snowshoe race series to Routt County.The series, which features four snowshoe races in January and February will host 50 participants to come out and try a new sport.
January 2, 2019 — The frigid temperatures and influx of visitors has people looking for winter activities outside of downhill skiing.In addition to fat biking trails opening at Howelsen Hill, both Haymaker and Lake Catamount Nordic centers also offer trails for fat bike enthusiasts or beginners looking for a change of scenery.
December 29, 2018 — Howelsen Hill has opened its Nordic trails to fat bikes for its fifth winter season."Fat biking on Howelsen Hill is an alternative to other areas," Parks, open space and trails manager Craig Robinson said. "It’s wider and people like to just add up the miles when they’re training for endurance events. We want to provide an option for multi-use and if they can treat other users with respect, we believe it can be done."
December 27, 2018 — Recovery is harder to picture for those who don’t understand. In movies or TV shows, it’s depicted as people sitting in a circle, talking about their past at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Ronnie Waneka, owner of CrossFit Steamboat, is trying to change that narrative by bringing a program called The Phoenix to Steamboat Springs.
December 26, 2018 — After 27 years, the Steamboat Pentathlon has run its course.As of Dec. 21, the City of Steamboat Springs has announced that it will no longer sponsor the event due to declining participation, scarcity of sponsorships and conflicting events.
December 20, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Extreme triathlons provide opportunities to see the world’s most beautiful places at the price of a rigorous expedition. The last time Steamboat Springs triathlete TJ Thrasher did an Xtri was the Alaskaman Triathlon in July 2017, a part of the Xtri World
December 9, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — When my editor asked me to cover a Stop the Bleed class to give readers a first-person account, I have to admit, I thought, "Oh my, I'm too fat to be getting down on the floor with Resuscitation Annie and my bad
December 1, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Due to unfavorable conditions, the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club has decided to postpone the ski jumping portion of the Nordic combined competition until Sunday, Dec. 2 at 9 a.m. Athletes will be warming up at 8 a.m. Haymaker Nordic Center opens