Six months later, during the late fall, we can gaze out of the bottom of the Milky Way to see what lies beneath our galaxy.
The Steamboat Today Show returns for the winter season on Monday, Dec. 5, featuring a new host and plenty of informative and entertaining features that focus on what’s happening in Steamboat Springs.
First Friday Artwalk will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2 in downtown Steamboat Springs.
Steamboat Art Museum will celebrate it 10th anniversary with a special art exhibit featuring the works from past shows.
A crew of kids is warmed up and ready to remind Steamboat of some life-long lessons, note by note.
Steamboat Ski Area announced Monday morning it had opened the gondola and Heavenly Daze trail, affording 2,000 feet of vertical.
Orion is one of only two constellations visible from Colorado that contain two first magnitude stars.
The bestselling author of “Where’d You Go, Bernadette,” Maria Semple, will visit Steamboat Springs Wednesday to talk about her latest book.
A few years ago, the world learned to enjoy the snow and ice in a new way with “Frozen.” Not that there was much difficulty of losing the love for it, but the tropics gets the same adoring treatment in “Moana.”
With about a decade of magic behind us, it seems like moviegoers wouldn’t be impressed by much. Yet, the scaly, slimy, feathery, clawed and horned denizens of hammerspace within “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” show it’s still possible to be amazed.
A collaborative performance of "Finding Christmas," featuring the Steamboat Springs Orchestra, the Yampa Valley Choral Society Chamber Singers and high school music students, will be performed Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 at the Strings Music Pavilion.
Schmiggity's will host a snowboard film and electronic band to create a theme of environmental activism Friday night.
Steamboat Springs will usher in the holiday season with the annual Light Up the Night tree-lighting event at 6 p.m. Friday on the Routt County Courthouse lawn.
Downtown Steamboat Springs stories will be participating in the Sweet Treats on Main Street event Saturday in conjunction with Small Business Saturday.
Carving before the turkey's in the oven
Scholarship Day skiers and riders at Steamboat were rewarded with blue skies and carve-able manmade snow, and 100 early birds went home with a T-shirt too.
There’s a reason the term "Champagne powder" was coined in Steamboat Springs in 1958 by Kremmling rancher Joe McElroy: the ski area gets some of the most and best powder not only in the state, but the entire country.
Strapping on skis or a snowboard isn’t the only way to enjoy Steamboat’s trademark Champagne powder. Snowmobilers also take the region’s meadows and hills to get their winter thrill in the outdoors.
Soothe your weary muscles in natural hot springs after a day of outdoor adventures.
Want a serene change from the slopes? Steamboat’s four Nordic centers offer more than 120 kilometers of groomed trails for classic cross country and skate skiing, as well as snow-shoeing, all within 30 minutes of downtown.
Steamboat Springs offers one of the most quintessential downtowns a mountain town can offer. Lined with shops, restaurants, bars, storefronts and more, historic Lincoln Avenue has been town’s heart and soul since the city was incorporated in 1900, and remains so today, just a block away from the Yampa River.