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ACTIVITIES | LODGING | OUTDOORS DINING | WEDDINGS & REUNIONS SHOPPING | SERVICES | REALTORS

Summer 2013

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Bikes & Hikes Arts & Music Fishing & Swimming Rodeo & Riding

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Tom Kern Welcomes you to Steamboat springs

Colorful fields of wildflowers await hikers, bikers and photographers during prime summer months. As you drive down Rabbit Ears Pass, you are welcomed with an incredible vista of Steamboat Springs and the Yampa Valley. Luscious green pastures, a winding river, quaint downtown and mountains abound. Coming into the valley with a sigh of relief to be home, I am always mesmerized by the beautiful place where I live. As you make your way to Steamboat Springs, either by driving down Rabbit Ears or by flying into the Yampa Valley Regional Airport, I know you will also feel as though you have come home. Steamboat is your home away from home in stunning Northwest Colorado. Your home is outfitted with everything you need. Adventures big and small are out your front door. Relaxation is just a step away, where all your stress will melt away. Time with your friends and family couldn’t have a better backdrop. We look forward to your trip home to Steamboat Springs, Colorado. See you soon! Tom Kern Chief Executive Officer Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association

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Summer 2013 published by Ski Town Media, Inc., in conjunction with the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association

EDITOR/PUBLISHER Deborah Olsen Art Director/Associate Publisher Julia Hebard SALES EXECUTIVE Karin Kagan DIGITAL MEDIA DIRECTOR Grant Johnson STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Corey Kopischke WEB EDITOR Christina Freeman BOOKKEEPING Sandy Lindsay Jacobs STEAMBOAT SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL INTERN Katy Jones PHOTOGRAPHERS Aryeh Copa Ned Cremin George Fargo Corey Kopischke Jim Steinberg

All businesses listed in the directories contained within this guide are members of the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, which supplied the data for “Guides to Our Town.” These guides represent businesses that are touristrelated. For more information about these listings, please call 970-879-0880 or visit the chamber at www.steamboatchamber.com. The Official Steamboat Springs Visitors’ Guide is published by Ski Town Media Inc., in conjunction with the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association. The Winter 2013/14 issue will be published in October 2013. For advertising rates and subscription information write: Ski Town Media Inc., P.O. Box 880616, Steamboat Springs, CO 80488. Phone: 970-8719413. Fax: 970-871-1922. Website: www.steamboatmagazine. com. No portion of the contents of this publication may be reproduced in any manner without the written permission of the publisher. © 2013 Ski Town Media Inc. All rights reserved. ISSN 2166-9252

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Table of Contents ACTIVITIES | LODGING | OUTDOORS DINING | WEDDINGS & REUNIONS SHOPPING | SERVICES | REALTORS

Summer 2013

The Air Is Cool

All Trails Lead To Adventure Bikes & Hikes Arts & Music Fishing & Swimming Rodeo & Riding

Photographer Corey Kopischke used a timer to create this image of his wife, Amy, and himself, relaxing after arriving at Gilpin Lake, along a popular hiking route in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness. To visit the area from Steamboat Springs, go north on County Road 129 about 18 miles to Seedhouse Road, just past Clark, and turn right. Continue about 11 miles to Slavonia Trailhead. Take the left fork to remain on trail #1161 to Gilpin Lake. To complete the “Zirkel Circle,” continue to Gold Creek Lake, then back to the Slavonia Trailhead.

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Guides to Our Town A c t iv it ies 47 Dining 51 L o d g ing 57 O ut d o o r s 6 4 Real E s t at e 6 8 Wedding & Event Planning 71 S er v ices 72 S ho pping 77

Welcome Letter

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Best-Loved Places

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Olympic, Springs and Historic Walking Tours

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Steamboat’s Signature Events 12 Special Biking Section USA Pro Challenge 14 Road Riding and Cruising 16 Mountain Biking 18 Biking at the Ski Area 19 Downhill Biking 20 BMX Track 21 Watersports 22 Golf, Hiking, Fishing & Tennis 24

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The Real West

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Location Neutral Business

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Calendar of Events

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Map of Steamboat Springs

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Guides to Our Town

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Where to Worship

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See You Next Winter

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Steamboat’s Best-Loved Places The original “Coors Falls”

Fish Creek Falls

The original “Coors Falls,” Fish Creek Falls is known as a “rabbit” waterfall because its shape resembles a rabbit. It inspired the beer can that was introduced in 1937. When Coors Light was introduced in 1978, Melton Falls, near Marble, replaced it. Four miles east of downtown Steamboat Springs, the 283-foot waterfall pours out of Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area. An ideal spot for a short, handicap-accessible hike to the base of the falls, it’s also a jumping-off point for miles of day hikes. From Lincoln Avenue, turn north on Third Street, then right on Fish Creek Falls Road. Follow it to the end. Daily parking fee: $5

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One of the few botanic parks in Colorado, Yampa River Botanic Park consists of six acres of ponds, berms and more than 40 gardens showcasing plants from the entire river basin, which stretches from elevations of 12,000 feet in the Flat Tops Wilderness to 4,000 feet where the Yampa meets the Green River and then the Colorado River in Utah. The park’s serene setting is ideal for a stroll, a wedding or similar event, and is a summer music venue. From U.S. 40, turn south onto Trafalger Lane, then left onto Pamela Lane and park in the lot at the end of the road. Walkers and bikers may also access the free park via the Yampa River Core Trail. Open from dawn to dusk. No dogs allowed. 970-846-5172/www.yampariverbotanicpark.org


Who Was Buddy Werner?

City Park Extraordinaire

Who was Buddy Werner, and why is Bud Werner Memorial Library named after him? A permanent exhibit in the Library Hall lobby explores this question. Not only was Werner one of the greatest American ski racers of all time, but this beloved local hero and international celebrity literally put Ski Town USA® on the map — plus he was an advocate of lifelong learning. Steamboat’s public library, extensively expanded in 2009, is a LEED Silvercertified structure with a commanding view of the Yampa River. In the short time since the facility opened, it has become a focal point in the community. It has book and magazine collections, public computers, library-wide wireless access, a lively children’s section, local history room and plentiful free adult and children’s programming. 970-879-0240/www.steamboatlibrary.org

Home to the Howler Alpine Slide and the access point to miles of mountain bike trails, Howelsen Hill Sports Complex is unique as a city park. Winter athletes train year-round on the plastic-covered ski jumps; Triple Crown softball tournaments are headquartered here; and a BMX park, skateboard park, horseback trails, volleyball courts and picnic areas are among the amenities. The rodeo arena is adjacent to the park. Enter via Howelsen Hill Parkway, from Fifth Street, or by bike or on foot from the Yampa River Core Trail, which runs parallel to the complex. 970-879-4300/www.steamboatsprings.net

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Bud Werner Memorial Library

Howelsen Hill Sports Complex

Ranching, Mining, Pioneers & Skiing Tread of Pioneers Museum

Few small towns have a museum as extensive as the Tread of Pioneers Museum on Eighth and Oak streets in downtown Steamboat. The facility reached a new level in spring, when it opened renovated and expanded displays, including the Ski Town USA® Exhibit, Native American Gallery, Victorian House (an authentic 1908 Queen Anne-style home), Agricultural Heritage Exhibit and rotating exhibit space. Open Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.- 5 p.m. 970-879-2214/ www.treadofpioneers.org

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Tour The Town Mineral Springs Tour

Historic Walking Tour

Have you ever noticed the brickwork on buildings along main street? This precise, enduring masonry is the work of Carl Howelsen, the Norwegian ski jumper who turned Steamboat Springs into a skier’s paradise. Did you know the building that now houses city hall was once the town’s powerplant? When the 75-foot smokestack was being installed to make Steamboat the first community in Northwest Colorado to have electricity, the supports gave way and the stack crashed to the ground. Even after the damages were repaired and the powerplant became operational, locals avoided the intersection, just to be safe. Stories like these bring Old Town Steamboat Springs to life during a weekly historic walking tour, hosted by Tread of Pioneers Museum. The most popular of the summer walking tours, the historic tour covers 10 blocks of Lincoln Avenue, as well as adjacent streets. The guided tour leads people past historically and architecturally significant buildings, along with stories from their glory days. The tour is also available as a self-guided tour. Downtown Historic Walking Tour, Thursdays, (June 27-Aug. 29), 9-10:30 a.m., starts at the Tread of Pioneers Museum, 970-879-2214/www.treadofpioneers.org Historic Walking Tour Online

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How did Steamboat Springs get its name? Was there a time when a steamboat could navigate the Yampa River? No, but in the imagination of 19th century explorers, who were led to the spring by its “puffing” sound, the intermittent noise sounded like a steamboat headed upstream. Although the railroad’s arrival in 1908 virtually silenced the geyser, it can still be seen along the south shore of the Yampa River, behind the library. It is one of many stops on Steamboat’s Mineral Springs Tour. More than 150 springs have been identified in the area, which stands atop a fault line generated 42 million years ago. Steamboat’s thermal waters originate in these faults at depths of 12,000-15,000 feet. Each has a distinctive combination of naturally occurring minerals. The most popular is the Heart Spring at Old Town Hot Springs. Take a tour of some of Steamboat’s most interesting springs with a guide from the Tread of Pioneers Museum, or pick up a brochure throughout town to take a self-guided tour. Mineral Springs Walking Tour, Wednesdays, (June 26-Aug. 28), 9-11 a.m., starts at the Art Depot, Yampatika and Tread of Pioneers Museum partner program, 879-2214/www.treadofpioneers.org

Olympic Heritage Walking Tour

Ski Town USA takes its name seriously, having produced more Olympians than any other city in America and being home to not one, but two, significant ski areas. Nowhere is Steamboat’s pride in its heritage more evident than via the Olympic Heritage Walking Tour, which begins at Olympian Hall at Howelsen Hill, the oldest continuously operating ski area in Colorado. Flags hang in honor of each of the athletes, denoted by the host flag of the country in which they competed. The lodge also houses the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club and a main-floor exhibit featuring key Olympians. The tour continues outside, near the base of the plastic-covered ski jumps, where Nordic athletes train year-round. Then take a ride on the Barrows Chairlift to see the scenic vistas from the top of Howelsen Hill. Conclude the tour with a stop at the Tread of Pioneers Museum to visit the newly enhanced Ski Town USA exhibit. Brochures are available at the museum, the Chamber Visitors’ Center and other central points for those who would like to take a self-guided tour. Olympic Heritage Walking Tour, Tuesdays (June 25-Aug. 27), 9-10:30 a.m., starts at Olympian Hall at Howelsen Hill, 970-879-2214/www.treadofpioneers.org

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Olympic Heritage Tour Online

EXTRAS: Ski Town USA The Associated Press gave Steamboat Springs its moniker, Ski Town USA®, in January 1947. “The population of Steamboat Springs, Colorado is 1,700. The number of persons who ski is reported to be 1,685. The others are children under one year of age,” AP reported.


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Steamboat In The Summer Time 32nd Annual Steamboat Marathon 110th Annual Cowboys’ Roundup Days Half Marathon and 10K

Sunday, June 2 Run alongside the rushing waters of the Elk River, amid the rural pastureland of North Routt County, with the snowcapped Rockies as a backdrop. The Steamboat Marathon is ranked as one of the top 10 destination marathons in North America. The full marathon begins at historic Hahn’s Peak Village, near Steamboat Lake, and descends from 8,128 feet, through the rolling hills and into the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs, where the elevation is 6,728 feet. The half marathon begins at the midpoint, while the 10K takes runners through Strawberry Park and Old Town Steamboat.

25th Annual Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup

Thursday-Sunday, June 13-16

Fourth of July Celebration

Saturday-Thursday, June 29-July 4 Steamboat Springs celebrates Independence Day with traditional, small town style. A hometown parade ends in a dance party in the street. 
Events like the Pioneer Days Block Party, featuring a free concert and root beer floats for kids, and the Ranch Rodeo, where local ranchers demonstrate their prowess on a working ranch, celebrate Steamboat’s Western heritage. Don’t miss the pancake breakfast, take a float down the Yampa River to cool off, and head over to one of the biggest nights of the summer at thePro Rodeo Series. 

After the rodeo, keep your seat and watch one of the largest firework shows in Colorado.

32nd Annual Hot Air Balloon Rodeo 39th Annual Art in the Park 


Saturday-Sunday, July 13-14 The Hot Air Balloon Rodeo and Art in the Park offer artistry and color, both on canvas and against the backdrop of Steamboat’s pure blue skies. Get to the launch grounds early to see the balloons inflate, and if you’re lucky you may even be asked to help crew. The rodeo portion consists of contests like dipping into Bald Eagle Lake. Enjoy an early-morning snack from one of the vendors as you watch the colorful balloons. Afterwards, head to Art in the Park and visit 140 artist vendors, catch live entertainment, and let the kids play in the interactive art area.

Steamboat Wine Festival

Wednesday-Sunday, Aug. 7-11 A premier destination event, the Steamboat Wine Festival attracts master winemakers, culinary greats and distinguished guests, who gather to play, drink wine and dine. Experience over 100 food artisans, wineries, breweries, distilleries, epicurean purveyors and locally made products. Food and wine tastings, seminars and cooking demonstrations, plus outdoor adventures combine for a delicious Vintage Mustangs line five blocks of Lincoln Avenue for eight hours during the Mustang Roundup. More than 400 Mustang owners from Rocky Mountain Mustang clubs convene in Steamboat Springs over Father’s Day Weekend. Activities include a scenic road tour, autocross, Friday night social event, the Show n’ Shine Car Show and an awards breakfast. Spectators are welcome at the autocross in the Meadows Parking Lot, where more than 180 Ford Mustangs compete in this timed event. Visitors are also invited to stroll down Lincoln Avenue on Saturday during the Show n’ Shine, when more than 450 Mustangs are on display. Both events are free and open to the public.

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Fifth Annual

Steamboat All Arts Festival

Thursday-Sunday, August 15-18 A festival of visual and performing arts, including dance, vocal performances, concerts, art displays and literary and culinary arts, the All Arts Festival enters its fifth year as one of Steamboat’s most all-encompassing festivals. Stroll among nationally known artists, attend an outstanding musical performance at the famed Strings Music Pavilion, or explore the many local galleries.


Ninth Annual Wild West Air Fest

Labor Day Weekend Celebration

Friday-Monday, Aug. 30-Sept. 2 Labor Day weekend in Steamboat Springs is packed with entertainment in the air, on the mountain and throughout town. On Saturday and Sunday, the Wild West Air Fest features a vintage and war-bird static aircraft display, classic cars, radio-controlled airplane shows and Wings Over the Rockies KidSpace, a variety of hands-on activities for kids and adults. Admission is $6 for adults, $3 for youth ages 6-12, and free for children five and under.

Fifth Annual Steamboat OktoberWest

Friday-Sunday, Sept. 20-22 Music, food, beer, games and a cookoff highlight Oktoberfest, Steamboat-style. OcktoberWest begins Friday night with the Pedaling Posse, where participants visit local restaurants for Suds & Grub, with beer tastings and food specials. Saturday’s events include the I Love Beef Cook-Off. Vote for your favorite restuarant while sampling the best of Colorado beef. Burgess Creek is flowing and the festivities surround the promenade at the base of the ski area. Kids can try their hand at roping with the Ranch Roundup Games, or play at the Gondola Adventure Zone. Enjoy a refreshing beer during free concerts, featuring Wheeler Brothers and Mile Markers.

EXTRAS: 96 Steamboat Springs boasts more Olympians than any other city in America. Depending on who’s counting and the criteria they’re using — born here, lived here, trained here, moved here after becoming an Olympian – 96 is the oft-touted number.

To find out more about all of Steamboat’s summertime events contact the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association 970-879-0880/www.steamboatsummer.com

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Cyclists Take the Challenge

USA Pro Challenge racers ride through the roads of Steamboat Springs as part of the tour.

the USA Pro Cycling Challenge High speeds, demanding uphill climbs, breathtaking downhills, sprints to the finish and strategic teamwork: the USA Pro Challenge returns to Steamboat Springs Wednesday-Thursday, Aug. 21-22. Often compared to the Tour de France, the USA Pro Challenge attracts the world’s elite pro cyclists — and offers a scenic setting for spectators. The 2013 tour takes riders from Aspen/ Snowmass to Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs, Beaver Creek, Vail, Loveland, Fort Collins and Denver. On Wednesday, Aug. 21, Stage 3 begins in Breckenridge and ends in downtown Steamboat. The road to Kremmling provides a great launch pad for breakaways, but it’s just a prelude to the day’s main showdown on Rabbit Ears Pass. The challenging east side will give climbers a chance, but they will have to hold off the sprinters for 20 miles from the summit to downtown Steamboat. Can they do it? Or will there be a repeat of 2011’s thrilling and monstrous field sprint? Expect an exciting finish, with loud crowds lining Lincoln Avenue.

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Stage 4, the “Queen Stage,” begins at the Promenade at the ski area base. Racers depart in parade formation as they await the signal to resume racing. Cyclists head through town and out Twentymile Road, one of locals’ favorite routes. This roller coaster of small hills gives way to a gentle route south until the racers have to climb up from the river bottom at State Bridge. From there, the route to Beaver Creek takes racers on a brutal uphill climb, with pitches up to 18%, followed by a technical descent and one last 2K climb to the village. “With both a finish and start during the 2013 USA Pro Cycling Challenge, Steamboat’s course will provide spectators with plenty of chances to be up close and personal as the best cyclists in the world battle it out,” says Jim Schneider, local organizing committee chairman. Described as the “most demanding road race ever held on American soil,” the USA Pro Challenge will be broadcast internationally on an estimated 150 television channels. Its Colorado partner is Denver’s NBC affiliate, 9News. Stay up-to-date on all the action at www.steamboatprocycling.com


Steamboat Bike Week ®

USA Pro Challenge

A festive week of family fun, live music, racing and excitement build to the moment when USA Pro Challenge racers enter town on the afternoon of Wednesday, Aug. 21, and the celebration continues even as the tour moves on.

1 p.m. Activities center around the stage at Eighth Street and Lincoln Avenue. Entertainment and kids’ activities are planned. 3:30-4 p.m. Estimated time racers enter finish area; finish line is at Sixth Street and Lincoln Avenue. 4-6 p.m. Bike Town USA® stage awards are presented, followed by the Loose Change Band, playing classic rock and country music on the Eighth Street stage.

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Steamboat Stinger

Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 17-18

The Steamboat Stinger is a challenging backcountry race showcasing Steamboat Springs’ singletrack. The Stinger comprises a full- and half-trail marathon in addition to a mountain bike race. Those who wish to take the ultimate challenge may participate in both events - the 50-mile solo mountain bike race, and the 26.2 trail marathon the next day - to be crowned King Sting or Queen Bee. www.honeystinger.com/steamboatstinger.html

Sunshine Enduro

Saturday, Aug. 17, 3:30 p.m.

Racers begin at Rendezvous Saddle at the Steamboat Ski Area and go up Sunshine Trail in a time-neutral climb. Timed racing begins at the intersection of Cathy’s Cutoff and Sunshine, with riders losing 3,000 feet in elevation along the way down mountain bike trails, through the Steamboat Bike Park, to the ski area base. www. enduro-xrace.com

Thunderhead Challenge Sunday, Aug. 18, 9 a.m.

Stage 1: Rawhide Enduro — From the top of the gondola, racers descend 2,000 feet down Upper & Lower Rawhide (scheduled to be completed in August), to Wrangler’s Gulch, Buckin’ Bronc and EZ Rider to finish at the base area. Stage 2: Rustler’s Ridge Enduro — Individual start at Rustler’s Ridge Trailhead; finish at the base area. www. enduro-xrace.com

Stage 3 Finish, Aug. 21

USA Pro Challenge Stage 4 Start, Aug. 22

Mid-morning Racers gather at the Gondola Square stage for the start of Stage 4, which begins at the Promenade. After the racers head out, enjoy the family-oriented activities, from bungee jumping to the climbing wall, in Gondola Square. Parents, watch for a Bloody Mary bar. Test your skills on the extensive mountain bike and gravity trail system at the Steamboat Ski Area. Rentals are available at the base. www.steamboat.com

EXTRAS: Bike Town USA The community’s unbridled enthusiasm for all forms of cycling led Steamboat Springs to officially adopt the nickname, Bike Town USA, in 2010. With hundreds of miles of singletrack trails, roadriding stretching to Wyoming and Utah, downhill gravity trails serviced by the gondola at the ski area, a pump track for kids, a 7-plus-mile hard-surfaced bike path along the Yampa River and bike lanes throughout town, there is riding for everybody.

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BIke Town USA We Spin Our Wheels

Cruising and When it comes to wide-open spaces, the Yampa Valley has few rivals. Miles and miles of paved roads offer abundant road biking opportunities. Afternoon outings, quick lunch-hour rides and daylong adventures await cyclists in Steamboat Springs, a gold-certified Bicycle Friendly Community. A few favorite rides include River Road (RCR 14), which starts in the Brooklyn neighborhood (access via Fifth Street from Three local riders, sporting their Moots jerseys, stop during a road ride above the valley. Lincoln Avenue) and continues Moots, an internationally renowned manufacturer of hand-built bikes, is headquartered in south to the intersection with Steamboat Springs. RCR 35, where riders veer left and continue on to RCR 14E to Colorado 131. This short out-and-back ride gives bicyclists a brief taste of road-riding in the high country. Twentymile Road (RCR 33) offers a scenic and hilly Wear a helmet; do not use headphones or a cell phone. rural route that starts the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and 13th Street, near the Bud Werner Memorial Library. The road Ride no more than two abreast; move to single file continues to Twenty Mile Mine (about 20 miles), but riders when traffic is impeded. can make it an out-and-back ride of a shorter distance of their Be respectful of horseback riders, hikers and choosing. Twentymile Road crosses through open range. vehicular traffic. Do not assume motorists see you or Elk River Road (RCR 129) takes riders alongside the that you have the right of way. meandering river, past historic ranches and into Clark, where a stop for ice cream at the Clark Store is a Steamboat tradition. Beware of livestock. Remain quiet and still to let cattle, This 40-mile round trip has a significant elevation gain (more horses or sheep move around you or away from you. than 3,500 feet). Shoulders are narrow in spots, and RCR 129 If you encounter cowboys moving a herd of livestock, leads to Steamboat Lake State Park and other popular camping they will direct your movements. sites, so traffic can be heavy, especially on weekends. Obey all traffic laws and use approved hand signals to signify your intentions. Steamboat Springs loves cruisers and the 7.5-mile Yampa Wear reflective clothing and use a headlight at night. River Core Trail makes an ideal family outing. Begin at the park across from Walton Creek Road and U.S. 40 and cruise through Ride on the right side of the road, paved shoulders or town to the skateboard park in West Steamboat. Along the way, bike lanes if available. pass Rotary Park (an ADA accessible park with boardwalks, Do not stop in the traffic lane; choose your stopping fishing platforms, interpretive signage and picnic spots), ponds, place to avoid blind spots. public art, the Yampa River Botanic Park, Howelsen Hill Sports Complex, kayaking play holes and access to downtown shops Do not ride against traffic. and riverside dining.

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BIke Town USA We have trails for all bikers

intermediate cross country trail Beall Trail on Emerald Mountain

“This is the new, hot trail, and it’s a two-hour casual ride,” Copa says. With ups and downs along the way, the trail descends from the top of Emerald Mountain. Some sections are more challenging than others, but expert skills are not required. The Beall Trail runs through forestland, meadows and aspen groves, and can be part of multiple loop rides. It’s enjoyable in either direction, and can be a one-way ride, crossing over the top of Emerald Mountain back into town. Beall Trail can be accessed from the base of Howelsen Hill to the Quarry Mountain Trail, then to the two-track along the top of Emerald to the start of the Ridge and Beall trails. Wild Rose Trail is in the works to replace the two-track as a connector to Beall and Ridge trails, probably this summer.

intermediate gravity trail

Corey Kopischke

Rustlers Ridge at the Steamboat Ski Area Bike Park

“This is a nonstop flow trail with a lot of vertical drop. You don’t have much crisscross over other trails, so it’s 10 minutes of uninterrupted downhill, with lots of jumps and huge berms. It’s like a rollercoaster, only you control the brakes. If you don’t use ‘em much, boy, it’s a lot of fun,” Copa says. Both slow and fast riders can enjoy Rustlers Ridge. “It’s more advanced than Beall Trail — it’s steeper with more jumps.” Access is either via mountain bike trails from the ski area base or the gondola. Kelly Boniface rides down a classic Steamboat singletrack.

Mountain biking

With hundreds of mountain bike trails around Steamboat Springs, routes exist for every ability level. It’s choosing one that can be difficult. Trail builder, mountain biker and sports photographer Aryeh Copa shares four of his favorites.

Family outing

Rotary Trail on Emerald Mountain

“This is the ultimate family/beginner trail,” Copa says. For the first half-mile, riders follow the Ridge Trail, which is “a little grunt,” but after that, the rollercoaster ride begins. The Rotary Trail was designed as a flow trail, beginners can roll over the smooth, wide trail, while more experienced riders can catch air. “The views are really, really, nice — Sleeping Giant and the valley.” From Lincoln Avenue, turn west on Twentymile Road (RCR 33) and continue for seven miles. Turn left on Cow Creek Road (RCR 45) and continue one mile to either of the two parking lots on your left.

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Expert ride

Mountain View Trail (top of Mount Werner) to Fish Creek Falls Trail

“This is really challenging,” Copa says. “This is my single favorite, technical trail – it’s even better than Moab. The descent is high angle with sections of gnarly drop-offs, cliffs — essentially no-fall zones — and natural options for jumps.” Mountain View offers views of the Yampa Valley and Routt National Forest. Fish Creek Falls Trail is widely described as the most difficult, technical trail in the area. Begin at the Steamboat Ski Area base and either ride from the bottom or take the gondola to the top of Thunderhead Peak and continue from there to Storm Peak and Mountain View Trail. Follow the trail to Fish Creek Falls Trail (#1102), turn left and descend. The last half-mile mile is popular among visitors to the falls and can be crowded, especially on weekends. Remember to yield to pedestrians. For detailed information about mountain biking in the Yampa Valley, visit www.steamboat-chamber.com/info/biketownusa.asp


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Mountain biking at the ski area is fun for the whole family.

Mountain Biking at the Ski Area

More than 50 miles of mountain bike trails crisscross the Steamboat Ski Area. For those who don’t relish the uphill climb from the base, the gondola presents an attractive alternative; bikes can ride too. The ski area’s bike network includes trails for varying ability levels. Duster, which Sporting Clays & Driving Range goes from the upper gondola terminal to Fully automated clays course. Rental guns, ammunition, Rendezvous Saddle along dirt roads, is suitable golf carts, shooting instruction available. Self-service driving range. for beginners. With minimal elevation gain, 26208 US Hwy 40 | Six miles west of Steamboat | 970-846-5647 | 3qc.net Duster offers spectacular views of the valley and passes by some of the best wildflower meadows on the mountain. Intermediate riders have a choice of several trails: Elkhead Loop, Cathy’s Cutoff, Sunshine, Yoo Hoo and Zig Zag. The most popular trail on the mountain, Zig Zag, descends 4.7 miles from the top of the gondola on single/double track, including challenging downhill sections. National, Olympic, World and Tour de France champions have taken on the technical aspects, elevation and mountain environment 4/2/08 of Mount Werner. Creekside, Storm Peak3 quarted circles.indd 1 Challenge and Pete’s Wicked Trail are among the most challenging trails on the mountain. A bike access ticket is required to ride the gondola and may be purchased at the ticket office. Mountain bike and cruiser rentals are available at the Steamboat Bike Shop in the Sheraton at the edge of the gondola at the ski area base. Bike patrollers are on duty, and guides are available throughout summer. www.steamboat.com

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Amy Kopischke drops in to “Buckin Bronc,” one of several advanced features completed last summer at the new Steamboat Bike Park located at the Steamboat Ski Area.

The Steamboat Bike Park

Corey Kopischke

On the lower slopes of the ski area, the Steamboat Bike Park brings the excitement of downhill, freeriding terrain to the mountain. This high-intensity biking adventure is totally new and different from what riders have seen or experienced at Steamboat in previous years. Currently, the Steamboat Bike Park features six downhill trails including Tenderfoot, Sitz, Wrangler Gulch, E-Z Ride, Rustlers Ridge and Buckin’ Bronc. The expert trail contains step-down rollers, a wooden berm/wall ride, a large dirt berm, a 10-foot wooden ladder step-down, step-up, rollers and a line of nine table-top dirt jumps in rapid succession. The green trails feature dirt berms, banked turns and wooden slat and ladder bridges. A ticket is required to access the Steamboat Bike Park downhill trails via the gondola, open during gondola operations. 970-879-6111/www.steamboat.com

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Kids line up at the BMX track while waiting to race at Howelsen.

Howelsen BMX Track

Located in the back northwest corner of Howelsen Hill, Steamboat’s sanctioned BMX track is open to all. Smooth and free of rocks, roots, trees or obstacles, it boasts berms and jumps. It’s the home of Team Flying Wheels, which hosts family- and spectator-friendly competitions throughout the summer. www.ihigh.com/steamboatspringsbmx

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On The Water

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The Promenade is the heart of the mountain community in the summertime.

Yampa River Festival

When the Yampa River Festival gets underway the first weekend in June, summer officially begins. This family weekend includes slalom and downriver kayak races, kids’ activity zone, freestyle competition and dog events. The festival culminates on Monday, June 3, when some of the world’s best kayakers compete in the Paddling Life Creek Race, which runs down tumultuous Fish Creek. www.friendsoftheyampa.com

On the River

The Yampa River, which runs right through the heart of town, is Steamboat Springs’ summer playground. Kayaking starts with serious whitewater the minute the ice breaks up. The season continues until midsummer, when the river is mellow. Backdoor Sports, 970-879-6249 and Mountain Sports Kayak School 970-879-8794 rent boats and offer lessons. Cool off on a hot summer day by renting a tube and floating the Yampa; tube rental shops offer shuttle service. Or take a raft trip down the Colorado River. Swimmers enjoy the C-Hole behind Bud Werner Memorial Library and the D-Hole just downstream.

At the Lake

Three state parks are within a half-hour of Steamboat Springs. Steamboat Lake and Stagecoach Reservoir both have marinas that rent watercraft. Both have swimming beaches and are suitable for sailing, wakeboarding, waterskiing and jet skiing. Pearl Lake is a high-mountain lake where all boating is wakeless. All three parks offer hiking, camping and fishing.

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Hot Springs

Old Town Hot Springs, at the east entrance to downtown, is a fully developed recreational facility, centered around the historic Heart Spring, where the Yampatika Ute once soaked. In addition to mineral pools, there are two water slides, a hot pool with climbing wall, lap pool, kiddie pool and spacious decks. 136 Lincoln Ave. Open daily. 
Adult (18+), $16;
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Under 3 Free. 970-879-1828/ www.oldtownhotsprings.org Strawberry Park Hot Springs, seven miles north of town, offers cabins, a changing tipi, massage facilities, restrooms and cascading natural hot pools alongside a cool stream. The best way to get to this remote paradise is via shuttle. The road is unimproved and steep. Open daily at 10 a.m. Clothing is optional after dark; no one under 18 admitted after sunset. 970-879-0342/ www.strawberryparkhotsprings.com. Shuttles: call Sweet Pea Tours, 970-879-5820; Hot Springs Adventures, 970- 879-8065; or Go Alpine Taxi 970-879-TAXI.

Ski Area Promenade

Burgess Creek, which runs along the base of the ski area from Ski Time Square through Torian Plaza and past Gondola Square, is the focal point of the Promenade. Kids wade in its cascading pools, families gather for outdoor concerts and picnics, and couples tie the knot in a tent alongside the Grand Staircase. The Promenade is the heart of the mountain community in the summertime.


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SPorts Fly Fishing

Yes, Steamboat Springs has plenty of productive, but private, fishing spots on ranches and land accessible only with a guide or because “you know somebody.” But the truth is, the public fishing – including seven miles of Yampa River that run through the heart of town – is a truly amazing experience. The tailwaters at Stagecoach Reservoir, the Yampa River at Sarvis Creek, Christina State Wildlife Area on the Elk River, the Bear River in the Flat Tops, Chuck Lewis State Wildlife Area near Haymaker Golf Course: all of these prime fishing spots are on public land. Waters are seasonal, and hatches can vary daily. Local guides can help everyone from beginners to avid anglers tie on the right fly and find the perfect spot on any given day. See Fishing/Guide Services on page 48.

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So many trails surround Steamboat that hikers can go all summer without ever covering the same terrain twice. Spring Creek Trail, which abuts Old Town just off Amethyst Drive and East Maple, is a great spot for a short family hike along the creek to twin ponds, a pavilion and picnic areas, with options for longer hikes. The Steamboat Ski Area offers a network of hiking trails accessible from the upper terminus of the gondola. Rabbit Ears, the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area and the Flat Tops are great places to hike among the wildflowers or fall colors. To maximize the experience, consider joining a tour with a naturalist from Yampatika, a local environmental education organization. www.yampatika.org

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Golf

Steamboat has three public courses, each offering its own distinct characteristics. Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club at the Sheraton Steamboat Resort is an 18-hole course designed by Robert Trent Jones II, featuring incredible views of the Yampa Valley with Fish Creek winding through seven of the holes. The 66 bunkers and large, undulating bent grass greens make this a championship-caliber course. www.rollingstoneranchgolf.com Haymaker Golf Course is an 18-hole links-style course designed by Keith Foster that features at least four sets of tees per hole. Described as a “golfer’s course,” Haymaker challenges golfers of all ability levels, from novice to professional. www.haymakergolf.com The Steamboat Golf Club is a nine-hole course bordering the Yampa River. The oldest club in Steamboat, it is a family-oriented, affordable course with a clubhouse and nearby driving range. www.steamboatgolfclub.com In addition, Catamount Ranch & Club has an 18-hole course for the use of its members and their guests.

Tennis

Tennis players have options ranging from courts at various lodging properties to the state-of-the-art facilities at The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs. Located off U.S. 40 near the base of the mountain, this indoor/outdoor center not only has a total of 16 courts, but also hosts a variety of camps and tournaments throughout the summer. Old Town Hot Springs has three outdoor courts at Third and Oak streets downtown, and Howelsen Hill Sports Complex offers two free outdoor courts, available on a firstcome, first-served basis.

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Sporting Events To paraphrase a famous Steamboat marketing slogan: When world champions gather in Porto Vecchio, it’s the Tour de France. When they gather in Steamboat, it’s called summertime. Biking, running, swimming, softball, soccer or kickball, Steamboat Springs hosts a full calendar of races and tournaments — some seriously competitive, others with a casual, recreational approach.

Triple Crown Sports

Steamboat’s longstanding partner in hosting summer tournaments for adults and children alike, Triple Crown Sports hosts young players’ World Series baseball tourneys, girls’ fastpitch camp and events, and Mountain Magic, a men’s and mixed-team slow pitch softball tournament. Games are held on fields throughout Steamboat. This summer, Patty Harsch and the Pitchers Women’s Slow Pitch team will run the traditional Mountain Magic tournament, adding a partnership with USSSA for a fully sanctioned National Invitational Tournament. This event is promoted as one of the most special adult slow pitch softball tournaments in the history of the game. www.triplecrownsports.com

Steamboat Running Series

With more than a dozen running races slated for summer 2013, the Steamboat Running Series hosts everything from marathons to 10Ks, from a pentathlon to a 100-miler. Run along the Continental

Divide or sprint 400 yards down Lincoln Avenue. The series attracts world champions and kids alike. www.runningseries.com

Town Challenge Race Series

The Steamboat Town Challenge consists of seven mountain bike races, including both hill climbs and cross country events. The venue changes weekly and includes some of the most scenic settings in the county. Categories range from kids six and under to adult pro. www.townchallenge.com

Steamboat Mountain Soccer

Tournament

The 29th annual Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament will be held Friday-Sunday, July 19-21. This event attracts teams from throughout the region, including competitive and recreational teams, from U10 to U18. Limited premier teams will be admitted. Up to 110 teams, including more than 10,000 coaches, players, parents and family members attend the tournament. www.steamboat-soccer.com

Eriksen Tour De Steamboat

A long distance, non-competitive road ride, the Tour de Steamboat started in the late 1970s with bike building legend Kent Eriksen, as a century road ride amongst local friends and riders. Today, the Tour de Steamboat boasts the same vintage style with

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some refined conveniences including stocked aid stations, more cowbells, and one heck of a grand finale BBQ party (where complimentary massages are provided and the beer flows like wine)…and includes 800+ riders. In addition to the 110-mile ride, 25- and 40-mile rides are also planned. Benefactors are all local organizations and charities. www.tourdesteamboat.com

Steamboat Stage Race

Time trials, a road race and a criterium constitute the Steamboat Stage Race, a threeday event. With Moots, the internationally known company that locally manufactures hand-built bikes as its sponsor, the Steamboat Stage Race attracts more than 300 riders, including some of the top names in the sport. Spectators have many amazing vantage points, especially during the downtown criterium. Saturday-Monday, Aug. 31-Sept. 2.

Triathlons

The Steamboat Lake Sprint, Sunday, July 21, is exactly half the distance of the Olympic Triathlon. Swim the clear waters of the lake, ride through the rolling countryside, then run along the trails of Steamboat Lake State Park. www. withoutlimits.co/steamboat-lake-sprint-triathlon The Steamboat Olympic at Catamount (1.5k Swim, 40k Bike, 10k Run) is slated for Sunday, Aug. 18. This course is suitable for the first-time triathlete or experienced veteran. The 1.5k swim takes place at Lake Catamount. Triathletes then transition to the 40k bike course, followed by the 10k run along Lake Catamount. Race is capped at 600 participants. www.withoutlimits.co/steamboat-springs-triathlon

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what to do if you have...

Dive into the pools of the Old Town Hot Springs at 136 Lincoln Ave., downtown. Enjoy eight, hot spring-fed pools, two waterslides, a fitness center, exercise classes and massage. 970-879-1828/www.oldtownhotsprings.org Catch some serious air while floating above the Yampa Valley in a hot air balloon. Get lost in a giant maze at Amaze’n Steamboat, behind the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association Visitors’ Center. The family fun park offers Water Walking Balls, miniature golf, bumper cars, bungee trampoline, gemstone panning and XBlaster laser tag in the giant maze. 970-870-8682 /www.amazensteamboat.com Tear it up at the Bear River Skate Park, featuring a street section with pyramid and pole jam, plus a bowl from five to nine feet with metal coping, pool coping and a spine. Go west on U.S. 40 from downtown Steamboat. Turn left on Shields Drive, and park on the road before the bridge. Take the bike path north (right) under the bridge to the skate park. Open sunrise to sunset. 970-879-4300/www.steamboatsprings.net Feel the rush on “The Howler” Alpine Slide, an exhilarating 2,400-foot track through the bends and curves of Howelsen Hill. Open Memorial Day Weekend, daily June 6-Aug. 25; weekends in September. 970-819-8010/ www.steamboatalpineslide.com Take a shot at it: sharpen your marksmanship at a 12-station sporting clay course, designed to accommodate beginners, competitors and sportsmen. Three Quarter Circles, 970-879-5649/ www.3qc.net

A Half-Day

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Play tennis, indoors or out, at the Steamboat The trampoline sling shot at the base area is one of many family-oriented activities Springs Tennis Center, with six outdoor in Gondola Square. hydrocourt clay courts, four outdoor hard Learn to kayak the easy way, moving from the pool or the courts and six new RSS 500 cushioned indoor calm waters of Bucci Pond into the Yampa River. hardcourts. Open daily. 2500 Pine Grove Road. Tube the Yampa! Rent a tube at one of several local spots and 970-879-8400/www.10s.com float down the mellow waters of the Yampa River. Soak the day away in the natural Strawberry Park Hot Play a round at one of Steamboat’s golf courses. Reserve a teeSprings. These springs are well worth a visit, but not easily time and play up to 18 holes at the links-style Haymaker Golf accessed. The best way to reach the hot springs is via shuttle: Course, 970-870-1846; the Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club, 970call Sweet Pea Tours, 970-879-5820; Hot Springs Adventures, 879-1391; or the Yampa Valley Golf Association in Craig, 970970-879-8065; or Go Alpine Taxi at 970-879-TAXI. Some lodging 824-3673. Catamount Ranch & Club, 970-871-9200, is a private properties also offer shuttle service. 970-879-0342/ 18-hole course for members and their guests. For a shorter game, www.strawberryhotsprings.com

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contact the nine-hole Steamboat Golf Club, 970-879-4295 Catch a fish in any of the area’s allocated fishing sites. Colorado requires a fishing license that can be purchased at many local spots, or call the Division of Wildlife, 970-870-2197, for information on where to obtain a license. Head to the Steamboat Ski Area and explore. Ride the gondola up to Thunderhead and hike or bike on Mount Werner trails. Enjoy a picnic or a Sunday brunch with an incredible view. The base area offers bike rentals, a “Slingshot Trampoline Bungee Jump,” climbing wall, disc golf, miniature golf, and even a “Mini Bounce” for the youngest members of your group. That’s not all…the base area is a venue for events and festivals throughout the summer. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

A Full Day

Take a hike into the Routt National Forest. Enjoy the views, fresh air and even a picnic. Sleep under the stars on an overnight camping or pack trip. Go rock climbing. No experience is necessary and transportation and equipment are provided. Contact Rocky Mountain Ventures. 970-870-8440/www.verticalgrip.com Have a need for speed? Rent an ATV or a dirt bike and cruise trails throughout the Routt National Forest. Several local businesses provide guided tours for all ability levels. Enjoy water sports from wakeboarding, water skiing or

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cruising in a pontoon boat on area reservoirs to rafting, kayaking or canoeing down the Yampa or Colorado rivers. Steamboat Lake and Stagecoach Reservoir have full-service marinas, state park offices, camping and fishing. Join a bike tour. Whether you’re seeking challenging singletrack terrain or leisure country roads, take along a guide to create your ideal route. 970-871-8687/404-668-6836

A Rainy Day

Shop ‘til you drop and check out the variety of treasures at local shops. Treat yourself to a massage or facial at Steamboat’s spas. Nothing says vacation like a true sense of relaxation. Steamboat spas specialize in everything from aromatherapy to deep tissue massage. Go ice skating or ride the bumper cars at Howelsen Hill Ice Arena. The rink is next to the rodeo arena downtown. Public skating and rentals throughout summer, 970-879-0341 Browse the stacks at Bud Werner Memorial Library at 13th Street and Lincoln Avenue. The library offers free Internet access, more than 200 magazines and newspapers, and a full Storytime program for children. 970-879-0240/ www.steamboatlibrary.org Relax with a latte and delicious baked goodies in one of Steamboat’s favorite local coffeehouses.

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Music & Art

The March Fourth Marching Band plays during the Free Summer Concert Series in 2012.

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Summer 2013 is the right time, and Steamboat Springs is the right place to enjoy music and the arts. As Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp celebrates its 100th anniversary, this is the season of the arts.

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The nation’s oldest performing arts camp, Perry-Mansfield has cultivated talented artists like Lee Remick, Joan Van Ark and Dustin Hoffman (to name a few). Agnes DeMille was inspired to write “Rodeo” after her visit to the camp. Perry-Mansfield is rolling out the red carpet for centennial celebrations. One of the highlights is the New Works Festival, premiering original works created at the camp by renowned international artists. The pieces often go on to achieve critical acclaim, following productions in prominent theaters throughout the country. www. perry-mansfield.org

Strings Music Festival

The music scene in Steamboat is immeasurably enriched through the Strings Music Festival, which showcases everything from classical masterpieces to country stars. Housed in the Strings Music Pavilion, an architecturally compelling venue that is also renowned among visiting musicians for its acoustics, this summer festival is divided into four components: classical, the Different Tempo series, youth and family concerts and Music on the Green, free weekly outdoor lunch concerts at the Yampa River Botanic Park. From Lyle Lovett and Kenny Loggins to Andres Cardenas and the 2013 Cliburn Gold Medalist, Strings’ summer lineup goes almost nonstop from June through August.

Steamboat Springs Free Summer Concert Series

Combine a party, a picnic and a live outdoor concert and you have the Free Summer Concert Series. The old-time string sounds of the Grammy Award winning trio Carolina Chocolate Drops (Friday, July 26) and the rockin’ sounds of Vintage Trouble (Friday, Aug. 16) are the first of several acts to be announced for the 2013 series. Visit www.keepinitfree.com for the complete lineup and venues.

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First Friday Artwalk

Stroll the sidewalks of Old Town on the first Friday of any month and wander in and out of Steamboat’s many galleries and art venues. Exhibits change monthly, music often enhances the visual arts, and food and wine are served at some of the stops. Visit www.steamboatspringsartwalk.com.

Steamboat Art Museum

The often-humorous, always authentic life of a cowgirl is the subject of Steamboat Art Museum’s summer exhibit, featuring the works of Donna Howell-Sickles. Housed in the historic First National Bank building downtown, the Steamboat Art Museum, affectionately dubbed SAM, showcases the finest in Western art. “The Cowgirl” will be on display from June through October. Additionally, SAM offers a series of workshops for artists and art aficionados. www.steamboatartmuseum.org

Chief Theater

Steamboat’s newest — and one of its oldest — performing arts venue is the Chief Theater. The oldest movie theater in town, the Chief was purchased by a nonprofit organization in 2012 for the purpose of reviving the historic building and creating a cultural center for the community. During the estimated three years it may take to raise the funds and complete the restoration, the theater is being used by various local groups and traveling acts. Visit www.chieftheater.org for a complete schedule.


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The Rowdy Shade House funk band plays at Sweetwater Bar & Grill.

Downtown Scene

The Ghost Ranch, Carl’s Tavern and Old Town Pub have happening bars, affordable and delicious dinners and, occasionally, live music. The Steamboat Smokehouse and Tap House Sports Grill are especially busy on big sports nights, and kids love the atmosphere at both establishments. Corey Kopischke

On the Mountain

Vibrant, rowdy, chill, sophisticated: in the ‘Boat you can relax, dance or howl the night away at dozens of bars and restaurants downtown and at the mountain.

At the beach

Kayakers, walkers and bikers converge riverside, ending the day with a cocktail and app at the Boathouse Pub, Sunpie’s, Cottonwood Grill, Sweet Pea Café and Sweetwater Grill. All are located along the Yampa River and have outdoor seating and/or decks with a view. Sweetwater and Cottonwood regularly schedule live music.

On the deck

If there were a “town with the best decks” contest, Steamboat would be a contender. From the rooftop deck at Rio Grande (memorize the taxi’s number before you order your second margarita) to the ski area views from Truffle Pig, decks are the place to spend afternoons and evenings. Double Z BBQ and Cugino’s have decks overlooking Howelsen Hill and the river; both serve beers, apps and cool early-evening views. Mambo Italianos has a garden setting and great Mojitos. Mahogany Ridge Brewery and Grill and the Cantina both have lively happy hours and sidewalk seating for peoplewatching on main street. Or head east to Rex’s Backyard Bar at the Holiday Inn, with backyard games and bike access from the Walton Creek extension of the Yampa Core Trail.

Slopeside, Saddles at the Sheraton and the Tugboat Grill & Pub have spacious outdoor decks with views of ski area, and are popular places to meet on the mountain. The Tugboat regularly features live entertainment and dancing. Two stops stand out for their ethnic offerings: At La Montaña, select from an extensive tequila menu and sip a margarita on the deck while you watch the sun set. McKnight’s Irish Pub offers pool and billiards, plus Guinness and fish & chips.

Relaxed and refined

Harwig’s offers a cozy bar, innovative apps, occasional piano music and wine tastings, plus an award-winning wine list. The Laundry is Steamboat’s only restaurant specializing in small plates and in-house infused liquors. Three Peaks’ elegant lounge and outdoor seating make a great stop on the way to or from the Strings Music Pavilion. One of the most photogenic places to see the sunset is atop Thunderhead Peak. On select nights, ride the gondola for Sunset Happy Hour. For a complete list of bars and restaurants with a wide range of nightlife offerings, see the Dining Guide on p. 54.

EXTRAS: Dr. Rich Weiss Park In a town full of skiers, one kayaker became the stuff of legends. Two-time Olympian Dr. Rich Weiss drowned while kayaking in the Pacific Northwest in 1997, but the river park at Third Street and Lincoln Avenue that boasts a kayak course, statue, picnic areas and water features, ensures his memory will endure.

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The Real West Barrel racing, bull riding, calf roping and more can be seen at the romick arena during the Pro Rodeo Series.

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Welcome to the real West, where ranching is a way of life and rodeo goes as far back as anyone can remember. Where the width of main street was determined by the breadth of a cattle drive and where the oldest store in town is the one that sells Stetsons.

What would the rodeo be without BBQ? Begin your family’s evening at the rodeo with an old-fashioned Western barbecue, from brats and ribs to beer and wine. Then find a seat – they’re all good — for the Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo at the Brent Romick Rodeo Arena at Howelsen Hill. Bareback riding, team roping, steer wrestling, barrel racing and of course, bull riding, are part of the fun. Little cowboys and cowgirls enjoy the calf and ram scrambles, with the winners taking home prizes. BBQ and pre-rodeo entertainment begins at 6 p.m. The rodeo starts at 7:30 p.m., except during Fourth of July weekend, July 4-6, when performances begin at 6:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights, June 14-Aug. 17, plus July Fourth. 970-879-1818/www.steamboatprorodeo.com

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Cowboy Up

Cowboy Boots and County Roots

Featuring homemade apple pie, sheep-shearing contests, 4-H champions, horse shows, funnel cakes, cotton candy and limeade, the Routt County Fair showcases Northwest Colorado’s agricultural heritage in an authentic, enduring fashion. Head to the fairgrounds 25 miles west of Steamboat in Hayden, ThursdaySunday, Aug. 15-18. www.routtcountyfair.org

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Saddle Up

Hoedown and Chili Cookoff

Saddleback Ranch, a fourth-generation working ranch west of Steamboat Springs, invites would-be wranglers to join fourhour cattle drives on their 8,000-acre ranch. The ranch also offers ATV tours, trail rides and dinner rides. 970-879-3711 www.saddlebackranch.net

Mechanical or no, there’s no getting around the fact that the bucking bull at Gondola Square Adventure Zone may well get the best of you. Hang on as long as you can to test your riding skills. Then head over to the Slingshot Trampoline Bungee Jump, the East Face Climbing Wall, the Ropes Course, the Human Gyro and the Children’s Mini-Bounce. 970-879-6111/www.steamboat.com

For an hour, a day or a week, riding a horse is the quintessential Steamboat Springs experience. With settings like the Flat Tops, Mount Zirkel Wilderness, the Routt National Forest and Howelsen Hill, the scenic beauty along the trail makes a memorable experience for the whole family, including children six and older. Horseback Riding is listed on page 48.

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The National Cattledog Association National Finals will be held in Steamboat Springs Wednesday-Sunday, June 12-16. The trial site is within a few miles of downtown. Watch these smart, speedy dogs obey subtle commands from their masters, as they humanely handle their herds. www.nationalcattledog.com

Roam the historic towns, mesas, plateaus, mountains, forests, canyons, rivers and parks with folklore, history and the forces of nature facts at your fingertips. Northwest Colorado Heritage Tourism offer brochures and self-guided, themed tours throughout the region. www.nwcoloradoheritagetravel.org

Steamboat’s oldest store, F.M. Light & Sons, and MainStreet Steamboat host the eighth annual Downtown Hoedown and Chuckwagon Chili Contest on Sunday, Sept. 1, downtown. Live music, vendors, beer and sodas, children’s activities and a cookoff with chili, salsa and cornbread categories. www.mainstreetsteamboat.com/events/downtown-hoedown-andchuck-wagon-chili-challenge


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employing 20 people in Steamboat Springs. “We came here for six months during ski season, and we ended up falling in love with Steamboat,” O’Reilly recalls. “That March, I had an epiphany. Why return to London: Why not move here?” An affordable, highly educated labor pool, along with the lack of time spent stuck in traffic, were two of Steamboat’s many attractions. “I get to employ incredibly intelligent people at an affordable rate,” O’Reilly says. “And my morning commute is five to 10 minutes.” An Australian, O’Reilly enjoyed his time in London, which is where his company really took off. But in the large, European capital, LDM was relatively anonymous. “Right now (in Steamboat), I have the whole community rallying behind me. That makes a huge difference, and it’s all positive. I haven’t missed a step here. Maybe I just timed it well. I might have been fortuitous, but I’m really a very normal guy. I have no magic wand, and I didn’t get any incentives, no big stimulus package. “We live in the Rocky Mountains. The Zirkels and Soda Mountain — how much more incentive do we need?” O’Reilly offers a bit of advice to other business owners who might want to move here: “Don’t be stopped by the fear of the unknown, the what-ifs. Jump over the abyss. The abyss isn’t so scary and on the other side is paradise. You will love it here. We’re living the dream.”

All it takes is one spark to ignite imaginations.

That basic concept drives Ignite Steamboat, which seeks to cultivate Steamboat’s economy by creative quarterly events that connect entrepreneurs, tech-junkies and innovative thinkers to socialize and share ideas. “Spark Talks,” short live interviews with entrepreneurs and inventive thinkers from around the country, are at the heart of the events. People like Jen Lim (Delivering Happiness/ Zappos. com) and software developer David Heinemeier Hansson (Ruby on Rails/37signals) Skype into the gatherings. Local speakers and others who are visiting Steamboat attend in person. New ventures, businesses, methods of doing business, and technologies have resulted from the inspirational ideas presented at Ignite Steamboat events. Ignite is a global program that began in Seattle, Wash., in 2006. The spark that fueled local Ignite events occurred in a basement in 2009. Since then, volunteers have hosted more than 30 events, and the group has grown to 300-plus members. There is no cost to become a member or to attend Ignite events. Jay O’Hare, Jens Owen, Noreen Moore and Chad James are the founders of Ignite Steamboat. For more information, visit www.ignitesteamboat.com.

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Summer 2013 Calendar of events Ongoing

Naturalist at Mount Werner,

Bud Werner Memorial Library; adult programs in Library Hall, children’s storytime and summer reading programs; www.steamboatlibrary.org

Carpenter Ranch Nature Conservancy, Thursday-Saturday (May 15-Sept. 1) 9 a.m.noon; 970-276-4626

Tuesdays (June 25-Aug. 27); 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Yampatika, 970-871-9151

Olympic Heritage Walking Tour, Tuesdays (June 25-Aug. 27), 9-10:30 a.m., starts at Olympian Hall at Howelsen Hill, www.treadofpioneers.org

Weekly Bird Walks, Thursdays (May23-June

24-27 Memorial Day Weekend Sidewalk Sales, downtown Steamboat Springs, MainStreet Steamboat Springs, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

25 The Howler Alpine Slide opens, Howelsen Hill, www.steamboatalpineslide.com

29 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, Parks & Recreation, www.townchallenge.com

Kids’ Adventure Club, Monday-Friday (June

20), Yampatika, 970-871-9151

17-Aug. 23), Steamboat Ski Area, 970-879-6111

May

30 Wild Edible Feast, 6-9 p.m., Sweetwater

3 First Friday Artwalk, 5-8 p.m.,

31-June 2 Paddling Life Pro Invitational & Yampa River Festival, Friends of the

Moots Bicycle Factory Tours,

10 a.m.;

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 970-879-1676

Pre-Professional Intensive Camp

(June 14-July 29) Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

Steamboat Art Museum,

11 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday; closed Sunday & Monday; 807 Lincoln Ave.; 970-870-1755

Steamboat Writers Group,

noon-2 p.m., Thursdays, The Depot, www.steamboatwriters.com

Sunset Happy Hour, Thursdays, June 20-Sept. 26 (except July 25 & Aug. 8), Friday, Aug. 9, Saturdays, July 13, 20, 27, Aug. 17 & 31, Steamboat Ski Area, 970-879-6111

Tread of Pioneers Museum, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday, 970-879-2214

Summer Interpretive Talks and Walks

www.steamboatspringsartwalk.com

Grill, Yampatika, 970-871-9195

9-10 Strings School Days Free Community Concerts with DBR, Strings Music Pavilion, 7:30 p.m. 970-879-5056

11 Hayden Cog Run, 8-mile, 10K and 5K, 10 a.m., www.runningseries.com

15 Spring Author Series: Ken Haruf, 6:30 p.m., Library Hall, www.steamboatlibrary.org

18 International Migratory Bird Day Celebration, Bud Werner Memorial Library & Yampatika, 970-871-9195

18 Spirit Challenge, 5K and 10K, 10 a.m., www.runningseries.com

19 Biodiversity Live! Rob Mies’ live encounter with a two-toed sloth, barred owl, bearded dragon and a striped skunk. Library Hall, Bud Werner Memorial Library & Yampatika, 3 & 6:30 p.m., www.steamboatlibrary.org

Yampa, Fish Creek and Yampa River, www.paddlinglife.net

June 2

32nd Annual Steamboat Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K and Kids’ Fun Run, Steamboat Springs Chamber, www.steamboatmarathon.com

5 25th Annual Y.E.S. Golf Tournament, fundraiser for graduating Routt County seniors, Steamboat Springs Chamber Ambassadors, www.steamboatyesgolf.com

7 First Friday Artwalk, 5-8 p.m., www.steamboatspringsartwalk.com

7 Urban Wildflower Walk, registration required, 9 a.m.-noon, Yampatika, 970-872-9151

Brown Bag Summer Lecture Series, Fridays, (June 28-Aug. 30), noon-1 p.m., the Tread of Pioneers Museum, www.treadofpioneers.org

Downtown Historical Walking Tour, Thursdays, (June 27-Aug. 29), 9-10:30 a.m., starts at the Tread of Pioneers Museum, www.treadofpioneers.org

Mineral Springs Walking Tour, Wednesdays (June 26-Aug. 28), 9-11 a.m., starts at the Art Depot, Yampatika and Tread of Pioneers Museum, www.treadofpioneers.org

Naturalist at Fish Creek Falls, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays (June 20-Aug. 31); 10 a.m.-noon, Yampatika, 970-871-9151

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Farmer’s Market Where else can you buy bison meat, freshly baked bread, local produce and homemade jellies and jams, all within a block? The MainStreet Farmer’s Market is held Saturdays, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. throughout the prime summer months. With more than 75 booths, the Farmer’s Market is a great place to stock your condo for a week’s stay or plan Saturday night dinner. Sixth Street and Lincoln Avenue downtown, with live music on the adjacent courthouse lawn. www.farmersmarket.com


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MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

9 ReTree Steamboat, volunteers replant forests decimated by the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic, www.yvsc.org

10-14 TED Global Live

a broadcast of the 2013 TED global conference from Edinborough. Library Hall, www.steamboatlibrary.org

11-13 Triple Crown Sports Fastpitch Camp, www.triplecrownsports.com 12 Summer Activity Expo,

4-6 p.m., Steamboat Sheraton Resort, Steamboat Springs Chamber, 970-879-0880

12 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, Parks & Recreation, www.townchallenge.com

12-16 National Cattledog Association National Finals, 150 of the top trained cattledogs, www.nationalcattledog.com

13-16 25th Annual Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup, 500 cars from Colorado Mustang automobile clubs, www.steamboatsummer.com

14 Mad Creek Historic Wildflower Hike, registration required, 9 a.m.noon, Yampatika, 970-872-9151

14-15 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 7:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

14-16 Triple Crown Sports Fastpitch Tournament, www.triplecrownsports.com 14-16 New Works — Staged

Readings of New Plays, The Chief Theater and Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

15 31st Annual Fishing Derby & Pancake Breakfast, 8 a.m., Fetcher Pond, The Steamboat Optimist Club, 970-846-9783

15 Fossil & Dinosaur Discovery Hike, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., near McCoy, Yampatika, 970-871-9195

Yampa Street Live! Yampa Street in downtown Steamboat Springs becomes a pedestrian avenue one day each month this summer, as MainStreet Steamboat introduces Yampa Street Live! The beach, the old West and an old-fashioned street carnival are themes of the inaugural summer’s late-afternoon streetfests. Sundays, June 23, July 21 & Sept. 22. www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

15 MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

15 Savor Steamboat, summer celebration cook-off and bartending competition with music, beer, food and live animals, activities for the kids, 3-6 p.m., Steamboat Promenade, Mountain Village Partnership, www.steamboatmountainvillage.com

15-16 Steamboat Enduro-X Mountain Bike Series, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboatbiketown.com

17-21 Equestrian Camp, Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

20 Caliente, Music on the Green, 12:15 p.m., Yampa River Botanic Park, Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

20-21 Summer Solstice Soirée, Yampatika, 970-871-9151

22 Steamboat Mad Mudder,

extreme 5K, 11 a.m., Steamboat Ski Area, NRC Broadcasting, 970-879-5368

22 MainStreet Farmers’ Market,

9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

23 Yampa Street Live! 3-6 p.m. At the Beach, Seventh & Yampa streets, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

23-July 6 Junior Camp,

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

25 C Street Bass, youth & family, 11:45 a.m. & 5:30 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

26 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, Parks & Recreation, www.townchallenge.com

27 C Street Brass, Music on the Green, 12:15 p.m., Yampa River

21 Free Foreign Film At The Depot,

Botanic Park, Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

Presented by Bud Werner Memorial Library and the Steamboat Springs Arts Council, www.steamboatlibrary.org

28-29 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 7:30 p.m., Romick Arena,

21-22 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 7:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

21-23 Triple Crown Sports Baseball Tournament, www.triplecrownsports.com 22 Howelsen 8-Miler, 8- and 4- mile trail runs, 8 a.m., www.runningseries.com

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28-30 Perry-Mansfield: A Love Story a play with music celebrating PerryMansfield’s centennial anniversary, Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

28-30 12th Annual Art on the Mountain, Steamboat Ski Area, 970-879-6111

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28-30 Triple Crown Sports Baseball Tournament, www.triplecrownsports.com

Strings Kitchen

29 MainStreet Farmers’ Market,

& garden Tour

9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

The Strings Kitchen & Garden Tour, Saturday, July 20, focuses on the Rollingstone Ranch golf course area, Fish Creek, Strawberry Park and Historic Downtown Steamboat. Strings Music Festival, along with the Tread of Pioneers Museum, Elkstone Farm and Yampa River Botanic Park, host the tour. It begins at Strings Park with a light continental breakfast and live music, 8:30-9:30 a.m.; homes are open until 3:30 p.m. Self-guided, bike and VIP tours are available. Pre-ordered picnic lunches will be distributed at the museum. www.stringsmusicfestival.com

29 Under the Streetlamp, vocals, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

29-July 4 109th Annual Cowboys’ Roundup Days and Fourth of July Celebration, parade, cattle drive, 30 Opening Night with Strings Festival Orchestra, 7 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

30-July 6 Photography & Personal Vision Workshop, Focus Ranch, Focus Adventures, 970-879-2244

July 2 Dr. Noize,

youth, 11:45 a.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

3 An Evening with Menahem Pressler, classical, 7 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

4 22nd Annual Steamboat Sprint, pre-parade 400-yard sprint down Lincoln Avenue, 9:40 a.m., www.runningseries.com

4 Fourth of July Parade, 10 a.m., downtown on Lincoln Avenue, Steamboat Springs Chamber, 970-879-0880

4 Pioneer Day Block Party, 11a.m.-1 p.m., Tread of Pioneers Museum, www.treadofpioneers.org

4 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 6:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

4-7 Nordic Combined Summer Event, Nordic Jumping & Cross Country, Howelsen Hill, Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, www.sswsc.org

5 First Friday Artwalk, 5-8 p.m., www.steamboatspringsartwalk.com

5 Pink Martini,

world, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

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rodeo, farmers’ market, Steamboat Springs Chamber, 970-879-0880

5 Junior Showcase,

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

5-6 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 6:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

5-7 Triple Crown Sports Slowpitch Tournament, www.triplecrownsports.com 6 Gypsies & Harp Strings,

classical, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

6 MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

6 Mountain Madness, Half Marathon and 10K, 7:30 a.m., www.runningseries.com

8 Seminars at Steamboat presents Stephen Klineberg, The Changing Face of America, 5 p.m. (doors open 4:15 p.m.), Strings Music Pavilion, www.seminarsatsteamboat.com

9 JAMBO, youth, 11:45 a.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

9 An Evening With Special Guests,

10 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, Parks & Recreation, www.townchallenge.com

11 C Street Brass, Music on the Green, 12:15 p.m., Yampa River Botanic Park, Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

12 Brent Rowan & Friends, country, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

12 Hahn’s Peak Wildflower Hike, meet at Steamboat Forest Service office, 925 Weiss Dr., 8 a.m., Yampatika, 970-871-9151

12-13 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 7:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

12-28 2013 Piknik Theatre Festival, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings, 6-7:30 p.m., Yampa River Botanic Park & Bud Werner Memorial Library, Great American Laughing Stock Company, 970-879-9008

13 MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

13 Musical Friendships, classical, 8 p.m.,

10 Tango! With guests Nick Jones & Diana

13-14 32nd Annual Hot Air Balloon Rodeo,

Cruz of Natural Tango, Dance with Perry-Mansfield, 7 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

6-10 a.m., Bald Eagle Lake, Steamboat Springs Chamber, www.steamboatsummer.com


13-14 39th Annual Art in the Park, arts and crafts festival, Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; West Lincoln Park, Steamboat Springs Arts Council, 970-879-9008

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14 Tango Milonga

at Colorado Mountain College, Strings Music Festival & PerryMansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

16 Songs, Stories, Cartoons and Comedy, youth, 11:45 a.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

17 David Deveau & Friends, classical, 7 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

18 Tesla Quartet, Music on the Green, 12:15 p.m., Yampa River Botanic Park, Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

19 Going Batty: Bat Discovery, Rehder Ranch, The Yampa Valley Land Trust & Yampatika, 970-871-9151

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19 Kenny Loggins, rock, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

19-20 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 7:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

19-21 29th Annual Steamboat Mountain Soccer Tournament, Steamboat Springs Youth Soccer Association, www.steamboat-soccer.com

20 Strings Kitchen & Garden Tour, 9:30 a.m.3:30 p.m., Strings Park and various residences. 970-879-5056

20 22nd Annual Spring Creek Memorial Run,

Open Daily 8:30 am - 10:00 pm 830 Lincoln Ave ✦ Downtown ✦ 879-1822 Western clothiers for the whole family, since 1905.

9-mile trail run and 5K trail run/walk, 8 a.m., www.runningseries.com

20 MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

20 Tour de Steamboat, non-competitive road cycling event benefiting the Sunshine Kids Foundation, www.tourdesteamboat.com

20 Paper Bird, indie rock, 8 p.m. Strings Music Festival, 970-879-5056

20 Alumni Event at the Perry House, PerryMansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

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21 Visiting Day at Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

21 Yampa Street Live! 3-6 p.m. Dog Days of Summer & Street Carnival, Seventh & Yampa streets, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

21 Steamboat Lake Sprint Triathlon, 8 a.m., Steamboat Lake State Park, www.WITHOUTLIMITS.co

23 Trout fishing in America, youth & family, 5:30 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

23-24 Scene Crawl, a moveable feast of important scenes, Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

23-28 Triple Crown Sports Baseball World Series, www.triplecrownsports.com 24 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, Parks & Recreation, www.townchallenge.com

24 Music from the Movies and “Appalachian Spring”, classical, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

25 Seminars at Steamboat

presents Washington Post journalist Robert O’Harrow, The Threat from Cyberspace: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You, 5 p.m. (doors open 4:15 p.m.), Strings Music Pavilion, www.seminarsatsteamboat.com

25 Tesla Quartet,

Music on the Green, 12:15 p.m., Yampa River Botanic Park, Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

26 Kathy Mattea,

folk, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

26-27 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 7:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

26-27 Evening of Dance, featuring “Rodeo” by Agnes de Mille and a work by Ailey Artistic Director Robert Battle; world premiere by Antonio Brown; excerpt from “Esplanade” by Paul Taylor, PerryMansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

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27 MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

27 Orchestra Finale,

classical, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

30 Story Pirates, youth & family, 5:30 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

6-11 Triple Crown Sports Baseball World Series, www.triplecrownsports.com 7 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, Parks & Recreation, www.townchallenge.com

7 Sybarite5 ~ classical/pop, 7 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

30-Aug. 4 Triple Crown Sports Baseball World Series, www.triplecrownsports.com

7-11 Steamboat Wine Festival,

31 2013 Cliburn Gold medalist, classical

8 Paul Potyen, Music on the Green, 12:15

piano, 6 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

31 Steamboat Springs Stage Race presented by Moots, three-stage road bicycle race, www.bikesteamboat.com

www.steamboatwinefestival.com

p.m., Yampa River Botanic Park, Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

9 DBR, classical/pop, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

August

9-10 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series,

1 Old Town Pickers, Music on the Green,

10 MainStreet Farmers’ Market,

12:15 p.m., Yampa River Botanic Park, Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

1-2 YouthFest,

Young Artist Intensive Camp, Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

2 First Friday Artwalk, 5-8 p.m., www.steamboatspringsartwalk.com

2 Solas, bluegrass, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

2-3 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 7:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

3 Christiana Trio,

classical, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

3 MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

3 Mount Werner Classic, 50K trail run, 7 a.m., www.runningseries.com

5-9 Equestrian Camp,

Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

6 Steve Weeks, youth, 11:45 a.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

7:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

10 Steamboat Springs Parade of Homes, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., www.mybrokers.com

10 Discovery Camp Showcase, Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, 970-879-7125

10 Earl Klugh & Nnenna Freelon, jazz, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

11-13 Big Horn Sheep Count, pre-trip meeting required, Zirkel Wilderness, Colorado Parks & Wildlife with Yampatika, 970-871-9151

13 Free Concert,

Noon, Yampa River Botanic Park, Emerald City Opera, www.steamboatopera.com

12-23 Instrumental Incredibles Camp, Art Depot, www.steamboatorchestra.org

15 Love Letters, performing arts, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

15 Missed the Boat, Music on the Green, 12:15 p.m., Yampa River Botanic Park, Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056


15-18 Fifth Annual Steamboat All Arts Festival, www.SteamboatAllArtsFestival.com

16-17 Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series, 7:30 p.m., Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

17 MainStreet Farmers’ Market,

Our Western Heritage like you’ve never seen it before!

9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

17 Steamboat Stinger Mountain Bike Race, 8:00 a.m., www.honeystinger.com/steamboatstinger

17 Opera Gala Symphonic Concert, Strings Music Pavilion, Emerald City Opera www.steamboatopera.com

17-18 Steamboat Enduro-X Mountain Bike Series, Steamboat Ski Area, www.steamboatbiketown.com

18 Lyle Lovett and his Large Band, 8 p.m., Strings Music Pavilion, 970-879-5056

18 Steamboat Olympic Triathlon,

8 a.m., Catamount, www.WITHOUTLIMITS.co

18 Steamboat Stinger,

Free coffee, continental breakfast, champagne and flight certificates. Courtesy van pickup.

Wild West Balloon Adventures We also operate Pegasus Balloon Tours 879-9191 (970) 879-7219

Full and Half Marathon Trail Races, 7:30 a.m., www.honeystinger.com/steamboatstinger

Something to Think About

KEEP THE VIEWS COMING

ALL YEAR LONG

At least three summer programs are designed to foster discussion of current books, events in the news and ideas of our time. Seminars at Steamboat brings four nationally recognized experts to town to speak on a variety of public policy topics, (Monday, July 8; Thursday, July 25; Tuesday, Aug. 20; fourth to be announced). The Steamboat Institute hosts its annual Freedom Conference Friday-Saturday, Aug. 23-24, and Literary Sojourn brings an esteemed slate of writers to its annual Festival of Authors on Saturday, Oct. 5. www.literarysojourn.org; www.seminarsatsteamboat.com; www. steamboatinstitute.org

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21 Town Challenge Mountain Bike Series, Parks & Recreation, www.townchallenge.com

21-22 USA Pro Cycling Challenge,

professional cycling race finish and start, festival, concert and more, www.steamboatprocyclingchallenge.com

30-Sept. 2 Labor Day Weekend Sidewalk Sales, downtown Steamboat Springs, MainStreet Steamboat Springs, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

31 MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

23 Free Foreign Film At The Depot,

31-Sept. 1 Ninth Annual Wild West Air Fest,

Presented by Bud Werner Memorial Library and the Steamboat Springs Arts Council, www.steamboatlibrary.org

vintage and war-bird aircrafts, fly-in, classic cars, radio controlled airplane shows, and kids’ activities, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Steamboat Springs Airport, www.steamboatsummer.com

23-24 Fifth Annual Steamboat Institute Freedom Conference, Keynote speakers Liz Cheney and former Vice President Dick Cheney, Steamboat Grand Resort, 970-871-9936

24 Continental Divide Trail Run, 15-mile trail run, 8 a.m., www.runningseries.com

24 MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

September 1 Downtown Hoedown and Chuck Wagon Chili Challenge, MainStreet Steamboat Springs, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

1 Rocky Mountain Bull Bash PBR, 3 p.m. gates open, 5 p.m. event starts, Romick Arena, 970-879-1818

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5-8 Fall Festival, various venues throughout Steamboat Springs, www.steamboatorchestra.org

6 First Friday Artwalk, 5-8 p.m., www.steamboatspringsartwalk.com

6-9 Yampa Valley Crane Festival, community-wide, 970-879-0240

8 MainStreet Farmers’ Market, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., downtown on Sixth Street, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

13-14 7th Annual Kickball Klassic, co-ed kickball tournament, Howelsen Hill athletic fields, NRC Broadcasting, 970-879-5368

13-15 Run Rabbit Run, 50 & 100 Ultra Marathon, www.runrabbitrunsteamboat.com

14 Windy Ridge Archeological Hike, Windy Ridge, U.S. Forest Service & Yampatika, 970-871-9151


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26th Annual Rubber Ducky Race,

10 a.m., Yampa River from 5th to 13th Street Bridges, Yampa Valley Medical Center, 970-870-1146

20 Free Foreign Film At The Depot, Presented by Bud Werner Memorial Library and the Steamboat Springs Arts Council, www.steamboatlibrary.org

20-22 Steamboat OktoberWest, fall family celebration with music, beer and food, Mountain Village Partnership, www.steamboatmountainvillage.com

7 properties…17 miles…and eye candy the entire day

21 Emerald Mountain Trail Run, 12k, 9 a.m., www.runningseries.com

22 Yampa Street Live! 3-6 p.m., Western street fair, Seventh & Yampa streets, www.mainstreetsteamboat.com

29 The Howler Alpine Slide closes, Howelsen Hill, www.steamboatalpineslide.com

October 4 First Friday Artwalk, 5-8 p.m., www.steamboatspringsartwalk.com

Strings Kitchen & Garden Tour VIP VAN • SELF-GUIDED • BIKE

Saturday, July 20, 9:30am-3:30pm $25 bike | $25 self guided | $65 VIP tour | $15 picnic lunch

stringsmusicfestival.com • 970-879-5056

10 Economic Summit 2013, 2-6 p.m., Steamboat Grand, www.steamboatchamber.com

19 Steamboat Springs Optimist Club’s Annual Pumpkin Festival, 10 a.m., Howelsen Hill, The Steamboat Optimist Club, 970-846-7008

31 Downtown Halloween Stroll, 5-7 p.m., Lincoln Avenue, www.mainstreetsteamboatsprings.com

Extras:

Is Dancing Dangerous

“Cowboy Preacher” Jim Norvell caused quite a stir in Steamboat Springs in the early 1900s, when he contended that dancing led to ladies’ loss of virtue. In a series of revival meetings, from Clark to the “wicked town of Hahn’s Peak,” Norvell evoked ire of the townspeople for his self-righteous condemnations.

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Arts & Culture Art Galleries

Artists’ Gallery of Steamboat 1009 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4744 www.steamboatgallery.com

Cowboys and Indians

635 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8481 www.cowboysandindiansonline.com

Steamboat Springs First Friday Artwalk

Downtown Steamboat 970-846-5970 www.steamboatspringsartwalk.com

Performing Arts Chief Theater

813 Lincoln Ave. 720-425-0522 www.chieftheater.com

Emerald City Opera

320 Lincoln Ave., Ste. H 970-871-9986 www.emeraldcityopera.com

Steamboat Symphony Orchestra

1001 13th St., Depot 970-870-3223 www.steamboatorchestra.org

Strings Music Festival

900 Strings Rd. 970-879-5056 x102 www.stringsmusicfestival.com

Recreation & Activities Aircraft Tours

Zephyr Helicopter Company Steamboat Springs Airport 970-879-0494 www.zephyrhelicopter.com

Alpine Slide

Alpine Slide

845 Howelsen Parkway Howelsen Hill Lodge 970-819-8010 www.steamboatalpineslide.com

Art Classes & Workshops The Great American Laughing Stock Company 600 McKinley St. 970-355-9403 www.galsco.org

Steamboat Arts & Crafts Gym 1280 13th St. 970-870-0384 www.steamboatartsandcraftsgym.com

ATV Equipment, Rentals & Tours

Elkhorn Adventure Tours

524 E Washington St., Hayden 970-485-0318 www.elkhornsnowmobileadventures.com

Hahn’s Peak Roadhouse

Mad Adventures

Kids Adventure Club

Steamboat Powersports

Stagecoach Marina

Kids Adventure Zone

60880 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-4404 www.hahnspeakroadhouse.com 2989 Riverside Plaza 970-879-5138 www.steamboatpowersports.com

Bicycle Rentals, Repairs & Sales

Boomerang Sports Exchange 1125 Lincoln Ave., Ste. 1A 970-870-3050

Christy Sports Central Park 1855 Central Park Plaza 970-879-1250 www.christysports.com

Moots Cycles

2545 Copper Ridge Dr. 970-879-1676 www.moots.com

Ski Haus International

1457 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0385 www.skihaussteamboat.com

Sports Authority

705 Marketplace Plaza Wildhorse Marketplace 720-475-2032 www.sportsauthority.com

Steamboat Bike Shop 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5349 www.steamboat.com

Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare, Inc.

442 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9144 www.steamboatskiandbike.com

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. 1805 Central Park Dr. 970-879-8115 www.walmart.com

Boating & Rafting Blue Sky WestHigh Adventures

730 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-4260 www.blueskywest.com

Bucking Rainbow Outfitters 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8747 www.buckingrainbow.com

Colorado River Center

4199 Trough Rd., Bond 888-888-RAFT www.coloradorivercenter.com

Colorado River Guides 131 Lincoln St., Yampa 970-638-9742 www.raftcolorado.com

Colorado River Runs

43 Grand County Rd. 111, Bond 800-826-1081 www.coloradoriverruns.com

Gore Range Expeditions/ Stand Up Paddle Colorado

127 Trough Rd., State Bridge, Bond 970-367-7817 www.gorerangeexpeditions.com

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1421 E Park Ave., Kremmling 800-451-4844 www.madadventures.com 25500 County Rd. 14, Oak Creek 970-736-8342 www.stagecoachmarinastore.com

Steamboat Lake Marina

Steamboat Lake State Park Hahn’s Peak 970-879-7019 www.steamboatlakemarina.com

Camping

Colorado State Parks 61105 County Rd. 129 Steamboat Lake, Clark 970-879-3922 www.parks.state.co.us

Poulter Colorado Camps 1046 Village Lane 970-879-4816 www.poultercamps.com

Steamboat Campground

3603 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0273 www.steamboatcampground.com

Canoeing, Kayaking & Paddle Boarding Colorado River Center

4199 Trough Rd., Bond 888-888-RAFT www.coloradorivercenter.com

Colorado River Guides 131 Lincoln St., Yampa 970-638-9742 www.raftcolorado.com

Gore Range Expeditions/ Stand Up Paddle Colorado

127 Trough Rd., State Bridge Bond 970-367-7817 www.gorerangeexpeditions.com

Hala Gear

PO Box 771685 970-367-7885 www.halagear.com

Mad Adventures

1421 E. Park Ave., Kremmling 800-451-4844 www.madadventures.com

Mountain Sports Kayak School

800 S. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8794 www.mountainsportskayak.com

Children’s Activities Alpine Slide

845 Howelsen Parkway 970-819-8010 www.steamboatalpineslide.com

Amaze’n Steamboat Family Fun Park

125 S. Anglers Dr. 970-870-8682 www.amazensteamboat.com

Howelsen Ice Arena

285 Howelsen Parkway 970-879-4300 www.steamboatsprings.net

2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5390 www.steamboat.com/kac 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5255 www.steamboat.com

Old Town Hot Springs

136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org

Climbing

Rocky Mountain Ventures 970-870-8440 www.verticalgrip.com

Cross Country Skiing Catamount Ranch & Club

33400A Catamount Dr. 970-871-9300 www.catamountranchclub.com

The Home Ranch

54880 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-1780 www.homeranch.com

Steamboat Great Outdoors 29875 County Rd., 35A Oak Creek 970-819-4525 www.steamboatgreatoutdoors.com

Golf Courses

Catamount Ranch & Club

33400A Catamount Dr. 970-871-9300 www.catamountranchclub.com

Haymaker Golf Course 34855 East U.S. 40 970-870-1846 www.haymakergolf.com

Rollingstone Ranch Golf Club

1230 Steamboat Blvd. 970-871-6528 www.rollingstoneranchgolf.com

Steamboat Golf Club

26815 West U.S. 40 970-879-4295 www.steamboatgolfclub.com

Horseback Riding

Vista Verde Guest Ranch

Bar Lazy L Family Inc.

Dog Sledding

Colorado River Guides

31100 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-879-3858 www.vistaverde.com

Double T Kennel

27850 Colo. 131, Oak Creek 877-903-6874 www.ttkennel.com

Grizzle-T Dog & Sled Works

County Rd. 205 970-870-1782 www.steamboatdogsledding.com

Steamboat Campground

3603 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0273 www.steamboatcampground.com

Fishing

Bucking Rainbow Outfitters 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8747 www.buckingrainbow.com

Clark Store

54175 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-3849 www.clarkstore.com

Del’s Triangle 3 Ranch

55675 County Rd. 62, Clark 970-879-3495 www.steamboathorses.com

Mad Adventures

1421 E. Park Ave., Kremmling 800-451-4844 www.madadventures.com

Moffat County Tourism Association

1111 W. Victory Way, Craig 970-824-2335 www.moffatcountytourism.com

Steamboat Flyfisher

35 Fifth St., Unit 102 970-879-6552 www.steamboatflyfisher.com

26480 County Rd. 52E 970-879-1082 www.barlazylranch.com

131 Lincoln St., Yampa 970-638-9742 www.raftcolorado.com

Colorado’s High Lonesome Outfitter & Guides 10185 Colo. 131, Toponas 970-638-4239 www.cohighlonesome.com

CR Summit

33255 Creek Summit Lane 970-879-6201 www.crsummit.com

Del’s Triangle 3 Ranch

55675 County Rd. 62, Clark 970-879-3495 www.steamboathorses.com

The Home Ranch

54880 County Rd. 129, Clark 970-879-1780 www.homeranch.com

Saddleback Ranch

37350 County Rd. 179 970-879-3711 www.saddlebackranch.net

Steamboat Campground

3603 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0273 www.steamboatcampground.com

Vista Verde Guest Ranch 31100 County Rd. 64, Clark 970-879-3858 www.vistaverde.com

Hot Air Ballooning Pegasus Balloon Tours

42415 Deerfoot Lane 970-879-9191 www.wildwestballooning.com

Wild West Balloon Adventures 42415 Deerfoot Lane 970-879-7219 www.wildwestballooning.com


Hot Springs & Tours

Photography Tours

Hot Springs Adventures

Elkhorn Adventure Tours

43435 County Rd. 44 970-879-1873 www.hotspringsadventuresinc.com

Old Town Hot Springs

136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org

Strawberry Park Natural Hot Springs

44200 County Rd. 36 970-879-0342 www.strawberryhotsprings.com

Hunting

B & L Quality Taxidermy 1744 Lincoln Ave., Unit 2 970-879-1316

Del’s Triangle 3 Ranch

55675 County Rd. 62, Clark 970-879-3495 www.steamboathorses.com

Moffat County Tourism Association

1111 W. Victory Way, Craig 970-824-2335 www.moffatcountytourism.com

Northern Colorado Outfitters 228 Wilderness Rd. # 13, Walden 970-846-9052 www.northerncoloradooutfitters.com

Three Quarter Circles Sporting Clays 26185 West U.S. 40 970-879-5649 www.3qc.net

Miniature Golf

Amaze’n Steamboat Family Fun Park

125 S. Anglers Dr. 970-870-8682 www.amazensteamboat.com

Steamboat Campground 3603 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-0273 www.steamboatcampground.com

Museums

Moffat County Tourism Association

1111 W. Victory Way, Craig 970-824-2335 www.moffatcountytourism.com

Steamboat Art Museum

807 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-1755 www.steamboatartmuseum.org

Tracks & Trails Museum

524 E. Washington St., Hayden 970-485-0318 www.elkhornsnowmobileadventures.com

Focus Adventures

27846 Silver Spur St. 970-879-2244 www.focusadventures.com

Photo Excursions of Steamboat

730 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-1822 www.photoexcursionsofsteamboat.com

Rodeo

Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series

970-879-1818 www.steamboatrodeo.com

Ski & Snowboard Shops & Rentals

Backdoor Sports Ltd. of Steamboat 841 Yampa St. 970-879-6249 www.backdoorsports.com

Black Tie Ski Rentals

1625 Mid Valley Dr., Unit 2 970-870-3172 www.blacktieskis.com

Christy Sports Central Park

1855 Central Park Plaza 970-879-1250 www.christysports.com

Christy Sports Clock Tower 1724A Mt. Werner Cir. Clock Tower Square 970-879-9011 www.christysports.com

Christy Sports Gondola Sq. 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. Gondola Square 970-879-0371 www.christysports.com

Door 2 Door by Christy Sports

1625 Mid Valley Dr. 1, Ste. 158 970-879-8692 www.d2dskis.com

1457 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-0385 www.skihaussteamboat.com

Sports Authority

705 Marketplace Plaza Wildhorse Marketplace 720-475-2032 www.sportsauthority.com

Sportstalker in The Ptarmigan Inn

2304 Apres Ski Way 970-879-2445 www.christysports.com

Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare, Inc.

442 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-9144 www.steamboatskiandbike.com

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Steamboat Ski & Sport

703 Lincoln Ave., Unit B105 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Surefoot, LLC

2250 Apres Ski Way, Ste. 312 970-879-1119 www.surefoot.com

Terry Sports

1855 Ski Time Square Dr. Torian Plum Plaza 970-879-8414 www.terrysports.com

Skiing

Howelsen Hill Ski Area

845 Howelsen Parkway Howelsen Hill Lodge 970-879-8499 www.steamboatsprings.net

Steamboat Powdercats

1724 Mt. Werner Cir. Ski Time Square 970-879-5188 www.steamboatpowdercats.com

Fleischer Sport, LLC

Sleigh Rides

2305 Mt. Werner Cir., C1 Gondola Square 970-870-8863 2250 Apres Ski Way 970-870-0900 www.fleischersport.com

Tread of Pioneers Museum

Powder Pursuits Snowboard Shop

94350 East U.S. 40, Craig 970-824-6346 www.wymanmuseum.com

Ski Haus International

Edge Werks

One Stop Ski Shop

Wyman Museum

593 Sandhill Cir. 970-367-4422 www.skibutlers.com

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation

129 E. Main St., Oak Creek 970-736-8245 www.yampavalley.info/ tracksandtrails.asp 800 Oak St. 970-879-2214 www.treadofpioneers.org

Ski Butlers Steamboat

35 11th St. 970-879-4916 www.onestopskishop.net 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-9086 www.powderpursuits.com

Powder Tools Snowboard Shop

2305 Mt. Werner Cir. Third Level Gondola Square 970-879-1645 www.christysports.com

2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Bar Lazy L Family Inc. 26480 County Rd. 52E 970-879-1082 www.barlazylranch.com

Haymaker

34855 East U.S. 40 970-871-5150 www.steamboat.com

Ragnar’s

2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5150 www.steamboat.com

Saddleback Ranch

37350 County Rd. 179 970-879-3711 www.saddlebackranch.net

Snowmobiling Elkhorn Adventure Tours

524 E. Washington St., Hayden 970-485-0318 www.elkhornsnowmobileadventures.com

High Mountain Snowmobile Tours

31750 East U.S. 40 970-879-9073 www.steamboatsnowmobile.com

Rocky Mountain Rentals

61450 County Rd. 62, Clark 970-627-9673 www.snowmobile-central.com

Saddleback Ranch

37350 County Rd. 179 970-879-3711 www.saddlebackranch.net

Steamboat Snowmobile Tours

31825 County Rd. 64 970-879-6500 www.steamboatsnowmobile.com

Snowshoeing

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Tailwind Tours

2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-871-TOUR www.tailwindtours.com

Wild West Balloon Adventures

42415 Deerfoot Lane 970-879-7219 www.wildwestballooning.com

Tubing

Alpine Slide

845 Howelsen Parkway Howelsen Hill Lodge 970-819-8010 www.steamboatalpineslide.com

Backdoor Sports Ltd. of Steamboat

841 Yampa St. 970-879-6249 www.backdoorsports.com

One Stop Ski Shop

35 11th St. 970-879-4916 www.onestopskishop.net

Winter Driving School Bridgestone Winter Driving School 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-879-6104 www.winterdrive.com

Tennis

Old Town Hot Springs

136 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org

The Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs 2500 Pine Grove Rd. 970-879-8400 www.10s.com

Tour Companies

Colorado River Guides 131 Lincoln St., Yampa 970-638-9742 www.raftcolorado.com

Elkhorn Adventure Tour

524 E. Washington St., Hayden 970-485-0318 www.elkhornsnowmobileadventures.com

Hosted Tours

635 Lincoln Ave., Unit U 970-870-7901 www.hostedtours.com

Hot Springs Adventures 43435 County Rd. 44 970-879-1873 www.hotspringsadventuresinc.com

Steamboat Powdercats

1724 Mt. Werner Cir. Ski Time Square 970-879-5188 www.steamboatpowdercats.com

Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-6111 www.steamboat.com

Steamboat Snowmobile Tours

31825 County Rd. 64 970-879-6500 www.steamboatsnowmobile.com STE A M B O A T SP R INGS VISITO R S’ GU ID E | SUMM E R 2 0 1 3 | VG 49


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A beautiful experience time after time. Steamboat Springs, CO

A Summer Music Festival, June - August

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Featured Events

June 30 Opening Night Orchestra | July 5 Pink Martini | July 19 Kenny Loggins July 2 Kathy Mattea | July 27 Orchestra Finale | Aug 18 Lyle Lovett Aug 16, 17 & 18 Steamboat Springs’ All Arts Festival Strings Music Festival | 970.879.5056 | stringsmusicfestival.com

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Thai food, bison burgers, chicken en molé … every meal in Steamboat Springs has the potential to become a feast. With more than 100 restaurants, ranging from charming breakfast cafés to Wine Spectator award-winning dining establishments, the city has a delectable assortment of culinary choices. Whether they’re pouring tap beer into a cold mug or Champagne into a crystal flute, restaurateurs up here don’t expect fancy attire. There’s no place in Steamboat where a man can’t dine in nice cowboy boots and clean jeans. While the ladies tend to dress up a bit more than that for an evening on the town, “cocktail attire” can mean anything from a black t-shirt to a little black dress. Here’s a guide to the affordability ratings: $= entrees cost up to $10; $$= entrees up to $20; $$$= entrees cost $21 and up.

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Not your typical brew pub, Mahogany Ridge Brewery & Grill’s diverse menu includes www.mahoganyridgesteamboat.com buffalo steaks, Colorado lamb and jerk-spiced duck, with dozens of dipping sauces. Creative pub specialties include tender ribs, house-made fish and chips and savory 970-879-3773 noodle bowls. Combine locals’ favorite spicy tuna ceviche with award-winning Alpenglow ale, brewed on-site. Join us for a casual bite or a momentous occasion. Fifth and Lincoln, Downtown Open daily, 4 p.m., for dinner and Steamboat’s best happy hour. Patio dining.

At Café Diva we have but one quest: your enjoyment. Chef Kate Rench’s seasonal menus of farm-to-table produce, prime cuts from family ranches, and sustainably sourced seafood are a delight to the palate and the eye. Three certified sommeliers pair an impressive selection of wines and spirits from around the globe. Our staff and ambience complete a memorable experience. Current wine list and menu at cafediva.com. Reservations are suggested. Garden side patio.

www.cafediva.com

970-871-0508 Torian Plum, Mountain

The best Mexican restaurant in Steamboat, Fiesta Jalisco’s mouthwatering menu www.fiestajalisco.net/steamboat.htm features authentic Mexican dishes made from the freshest ingredients. We offer more than 100 varieties of tequila, and our margaritas are handmade. Our friendly staff 970-871-6999 makes every meal a special occasion. Perfect for families and large parties. Enjoy our relaxing patio on Fish Creek. Come experience a true locals’ favorite. Open 11 a.m.-10 455 Anglers Dr. p.m. daily, year-round.

Rodeo BBQ

Best Steakhouse in Steamboat • A well-done experience for the whole family! Handcrafted steaks and fresh seafood starting at $16.95 • Includes unlimited saladbar & Texas Toast • 100% certified Angus beef • Specializing in USDA Prime NY, bone-in ribeye, buffalo, and Kobe • Saddle seats & free s’mores desserts for kids • Two 42” plasma TVs in bar • Extensive wine list • Great for large parties • Reservations recommended • Dinner nightly @ 5 p.m. A Steamboat tradition for over 20 years! 8th Street between Lincoln & Yampa.

www.8thstreetsteakhouse.com

Enjoy BBQ at the Pro Rodeo. Friday & Saturday 6-9:30p.m. – Every Rodeo, Romick Arena. Applewood slow-smoked chicken, pork ribs and beef briskets dinners. Budget dog and bratwurst dinners and baskets. Full bar; beer, wine, covered seating. Come early for the best seats in the house. Special seating for family reunions, birthdays and large groups. Live country music. Romick Arena at the intersection of 5th Street and Howelsen Parkway.

www.steamboatprorodeo.com

Steamboat’s sports grill, featuring affordable family dining. 21 beers on tap, more than 50 HDTVs, NTN Trivia, foosball and video games. Full carry-out menu, 1/2 price Wing Tuesday and daily happy hour. Late-night food menu served until midnight. Open daily for lunch and dinner, 11 a.m.-2 a.m. Live entertainment most nights after 10 p.m.

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970-879-3131 50 Eighth Street, Downtown

970-879-4300 501 Howelsen Parkway

www.thetaphouse.com

970-879-2431 729 Lincoln Avenue, Downtown


www.steamboatcantina.com

970-879-0826 818 Lincoln Ave., Downtown

www.carlstavern.com

970-761-2060 700 Yampa Street, Downtown

www.cuginosrestaurant.com

970-879-5805 41 Eighth, Downtown

www.theoldtownpub.com

970-879-2101 Sixth and Lincoln, Downtown

www.slopesidegrill.com

970-879-2916 Ski Time Square, Mountain

www.theeggandirestaurants.com

970-871-4633 325 Anglers Drive, Mountain

www.creekside-cafe.com

970-879-4925 131 11th St., Downtown

The Cantina, serving creative Mexican cuisine in historic downtown, is the restaurant/ bar where you may just encounter a celebrity. Enjoy award-winning, fresh-squeezed margaritas – no sour mix here – choose from more than 40 tequilas. Savor signature dishes like tequila-fired fajitas; Chimi Cozumel, with shrimp, mushrooms, spinach and jalapeno pesto sauce; Carne Asada; and cinnamon fried ice cream. Recommended by The New York Times, Denver’s 5280, HiLuxury Magazine and tripadvisor.com. Children’s menu, gluten-free and vegetarian options. Open lunch and dinner.

For being named after a man who could fly, we’re pretty down-to-earth. Carl’s Tavern is Steamboat’s newest locals’ favorite. Carl Howelsen turned Steamboat into a playground, skis into wings, and mustaches into art. His adventurous spirit is our inspiration. And Carl’s Tavern is a place for adventurous spirits to call home. The hospitality is genuine, the beer is cold, and the food is made from scratch. It’s comforting. It’s authentic. It’s Steamboat’s Newest Tradition.

A Steamboat local favorite for 30 years, whether you’re feeding a hungry family or simply looking for a casual place to unwind with friends. We have family-sized pizzas, which are a great way to affordably please the group, plus fresh pastas, sandwiches, and salads. Grab the gang and head to Cugino’s. Or use our friendly delivery service. Open seven days a week, 11 a.m.-close. Happy hour daily 2-6 p.m. In the winter relax by our fireplace and in the summer enjoy the view from our large decks.

Make your first stop downtown the legendary Old Town Pub. Housed in a 109-yearold building, this landmark has been serving lunch, dinner and the Boat’s Best Burger for 30 years.  Pull up a stool at the Western bar, watch live music, enjoy sports on our 60” TVs or relax in a leather booth. The best place in town for games, come enjoy our two brand new pool tables and shuffleboard as well. Children’s menu, free Wi-Fi. Visit our events calendar online at www.theoldtownpub.com

Hang with the Big Dogs! Slopeside Grill is where the locals hang out. From wings and nachos to pastas, salads and ribs, we have what you’re craving – plus a large selection of draft and bottle beers. Ski-in/ski-out location and heated outdoor seating make it easy to grab a quick bite and head back to the hill. Follow the crowd to Slopeside, where everyone feels like a local.

Serving up “egg”ceptional breakfasts and lunches all day. Enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee, 100% pure-squeezed orange juice and generous servings from our large menu. Family friendly, excellent service and free Wi-Fi, in a relaxing environment. “Serving Our Friends Daily,” Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; Saturday, 6:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. and Sunday 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Conveniently located between downtown and Mount Werner in Sundance @ Fish Creek behind Starbucks. Patio seating available.

A longtime locals’ favorite, Creekside Café serves breakfast and lunch all day. Homemade bread, hormone-free Yampa Valley Beef and Yampa Valley Farms’ pork and chicken are among the high-quality ingredients to which Creekside is dedicated. The menu features corned beef hash, 13 varieties of legendary eggs benedicts, award-winning Bloody Marys, giant breakfast burritos, oatmeal pancakes, chili relleños and more. Located downtown in the historic Soda Creek building, featuring a picturesque garden patio.

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Dining

5th Street Deli | 435 Lincoln Ave. | 970-871-1318 | www.5thstreetmarketanddeli.com

Deli, Sandwiches

L, D

8th Street Steakhouse | 50 Eighth St. | 970-879-3131 | www.8thstreetsteakhouse.com

Steakhouse

D

Azteca Taqueria Inc. | 116 Ninth St. | 970-870-9980 | www.aztecataqueria.com

Mexican

B, L, D

Backcountry Provisions | 635 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-3617 | www.backcountryprovisions.com

Deli, Sandwich Shop

B, L

Bamboo Market Health Food | 1110 Yampa St. | 970-879-9992 | www.bamboomkt.com

Health Food, Deli

L

Bear River Bar & Grill | 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. | 970-871-5163 | www.steamboat.com

American

L, D

Beau Jo’s Mountain Bistro | 704 Lincoln Ave. | 970-870-6401 | www.beaujos.com

Pizza, Italian

L, D

BedRock Depot | 214 Brontosaurus Blvd. | Dinosaur | 970-374-2336 | www.bedrockdeopt.com

Gourmet Sandwiches

L, D

Big House Burgers | 2093 Curve Plaza, Unit C-101 | 970-870-8500 | www.bighouseburgers.com

American

L, D

bistro c.v. | 345 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-4197 | www.bistrocv.com

Rocky Mountain Bistro

D

Brooklynn’s Pizzeria | 57 10th St. | 970-871-1000 | www.brooklynnspizzeria.com

Pizza

L, D, Late

Buffalo Gal Ice Cream & Goodies | 499 Enterprise St. | 970-846-3649

Ice Cream

L, D

Café Diva Wine Bar | 1855 Ski Time Square Dr., Unit A-102C | 970-871-0508 | www.cafediva.com

Eclectic Dining

D

Cantina of Steamboat | 818 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-0826 | www.steamboatcantina.com

Mexican

L, D

Carl’s Tavern | 700 Yampa St., Unit 103 | 970-761-2060 | www.carlstavern.com

American

L, D, Late

Ciao Gelato | 700 Yampa St., Ste. 102A | 970-870-7979

Italian, Ice Cream

B, L, D

Cold Stone Creamery | 1815 Central Park Plaza | 970-879-0202 | www.coldstonecreamery.com

Ice Cream, Cake

L, D, Late

Cold Stone Creamery | 2032 Curve Plaza | 970-879-0707 | www.coldstonecreamery.com

Ice Cream, Cake

L, D, Late

Colorado Bagel Company | 1815 Central Park Plaza | 970-870-9657

Bagels

B, L

Cottonwood Grill | 701 Yampa St. | 970-879-2229 | www.cottonwoodgrill.com

American/Asian, Pacific Rim D

Creekside Café | 131 11th St. | 970-879-4925 | www.creekside-cafe.com

American, Breakfast

B, L

Cruisers Sub Shop | 690 Marketplace Plaza, Ste. B5 | 970-879-1747 | www.cruiserssubshop.com

Deli

L, D, Late

Cugino’s Pizzeria | 41 Eighth St. | 970-879-5805 | www.cuginosrestaurant.com

Pizza, Italian

L, D

Daddio’s Bar & Grille | 21495 West U.S. 40 | Milner | 970-871-1415

Classic American

L, D

Dairy Queen/Orange Julius | 1755 Central Park Plaza, Unit 15 | 970-871-1800 | www.dairyqueensteamboat.com Ice Cream

L, D

Domino’s Pizza | 255 Anglers Dr., Ste. C | 970-879-4811 | www.dominos.com

Take-Out Pizza

L, D

Double Z BBQ, Inc. | 1124 Yampa St. | 970-879-0849 | www.doublezbbq.com

American, Barbeqcue

L, D

Elements Café at Off the Beaten Path | 68 Ninth St. | 970-879-6830 | www.steamboatbooks.com Coffeehouse, Bakery, Café B, L, D Fiesta Jalisco | 445 Anglers Dr. | 970-871-6999 | www.fiestajalisco.net/steamboat.htm

Mexican

L, D

Fraysher Enterprises | Howelsen Park | Rodeo Grounds Ballfield | 970-846-5903

BBQ

D

Freshies | 145 Trafalger | 970-879-8099 | www.freshiessteamboat.com

Family, American

B, L

Ghost Ranch, Inc. | 56 Seventh St. | 970-879-9898 | www.ghostranchsteamboat.com

Western Flavor

D, Late

Gondola Joe’s | 2300 Mt Werner Cir. | 970-879-6111 | www.steamboat.com

Coffee Shop

B, L

Harwigs & L’Apogée | 911 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-1919 | www.lapogee.com

International

D

Haymaker Patio Grill | 34855 East U.S. 40 - Haymaker Golf Course | 970-879-1265 | www.steamboat.com

American

B, L, D

Hazie’s | 2305 Mt Werner Cir | 970-871-5150 | www.steamboat.com

Fine Dining

L, D

Johnny B. Good’s Diner | 738 Lincoln Ave., Unit 7 | 970-870-8400 | www.johnnybgoodsdiner.com

‘50s Style Diner

B, L, D

La Fiesta Grill & Cantina | 1755 Central Park Dr. | 970-879-6393 | www.lafiestagrillandcantina.com Modern Mexican

L, D

La Montaña | 2500 Village Dr., Ste 102 | 970-879-5800 | www.lamontanasteamboat.com

Southwestern

D

Lil’ House Coffee & Biscuits | 2093 B Curve Plaza | 970-870-8500 | www.lilhousebiscuits.com

American

B, L

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• Mambo Italiano | 521 Lincoln Ave. | 970-870-0500 | www.mambos.com L, D Italian • Mazzola’s Italian Restaurant | 917 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-2405 | www.mazzolas.com D, Late Pizza, Pasta • McDonald’s of Steamboat Springs | 1150 S. Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-0247 | www.mccolorado.com/12206 Fast Food B, L, D • McKnight’s Irish Pub & Loft | 690 Marketplace Plaza, Unit B5 | 970-879-7881 | www.mcknightsirishpubandloft.com Irish Pub Food D, Late • Mountain Brew | 427 Oak St. | 970-879-7846 | www.mountainbrewsteamboat.com B, L Coffeehouse, Bakery • Murphy’s Tavern | 54737 County Rd. 129 | Clark | 970-879-6046 | www.murphystavern.com Homemade Casual Dining L, D • Oak Tree Inn/Penny’s Diner | 98 Moffat Ave. | Oak Creek | 970-638-1000 | www.oaktreeinn.com American B, L, D • Old Town Pub & Restaurant | 600 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-2101 | www.theoldtownpub.com L, D, Late • Steak, Bar Menu Pisa’s | 2851 Riverside Plaza, Unit 6 | 970-871-0123 | www.pisas.org B, L, D Pizza, Pasta • Qdoba Mexican Grill | 1755 Central Park Dr., Ste. 116 | 970-879-7610 | www.qdoba.com L, D Mexican • Rex’s American Grill & Bar | 3190 S. Lincoln Ave. | 970-870-0438 | www.rexsgrill.com B, L, D, Late • American Riggio’s Ristorante | 1106 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-9010 | www.riggiosfineitalian.com D Italian • Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant | 628 Lincoln Ave. | 970-871-6277 | www.riograndemexican.com Mexican L, D • Saddles Bar & Grill at The Sheraton | 2200 Village Inn Ct. | 970-879-2220 | www.sheraton.com/steamboat American Bar/Grill L, D • Saketumi | 1875 Ski Time Square Dr., Ste. 101 | 970-870-1019 | www.saketumi.net Sushi and Asian InfluenceL, D, Late • Mahogany Ridge Brewery & Grill | Fifth & Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-3773 | www.mahoganyridgesteamboat.com Creative American

• C2 $$ • 65 C2 $$ • 50 B3 $$ • D2 $ • 100 E2 $$ • C2 $ • 50 $$ $ • • 120 B2 $$ • A3 $$ • E2 $ • 100 F2 $$ • 100 B3 $$$ • 50 B2 $$ • E1 $$ • E1 $$

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435 Lincoln Ave., Steamboat Springs, CO | 970-879-3773

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Sambi/Canton | 941 Lincoln Ave., Ste. 100E | 970-870-9988 | 970-879-4480

Thai, Japanese, Chinese

L, D

Sevens Restaurant at The Sheraton | 2200 Village Inn Ct. | 970-879-2220 | www.sheraton.com/steamboat American

B, D

Slopeside Grill | 1855 Ski Time Square Dr. | Torian Plum Plaza | 970-879-2916 | www.slopesidegrill.com Italian, American

L, D, Late

Soda Creek Pizza Company, Inc. | 1585 Mid Valley Dr. | 970-871-1111

Pizza

L, D, Late

Starbucks Coffee | 255 Anglers Dr., Building A | 970-871-1303 | www.starbucks.com

Coffeehouse

B, L

Steamboat Meat & Seafood Company | 1030 Yampa St. | 970-879-3504 | www.steamboatseafood.com

Seafood & Prime Meats

L, D

Steamboat Smokehouse | 912 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-7427 | www.steamboatsmokehouse.com

Smoked BBQ

L, D

Steaming Bean Coffee | 635 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-3393 | www.steamingbeansteamboat.com

Coffeehouse

B, L

Subway | 1815 Central Park Dr. | 970-879-0202 | www.subway.com

Fresh Sub Sandwiches

B, L, D, Late

Subway | 2032 Curve Plaza | 970-879-0707 | www.subway.com

Fresh Sub Sandwiches

B, L, D, Late

Sumatera | 1109 Lincoln Ave., Unit #9 | 970-485-4717

Pacific Rim Cuisine

L, D

Sunpies Bistro | 735 Yampa Ave. | 970-870-3360 | www.sunpies.com

American, Bar

L, D

Sunset Happy Hour | 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. | Thunderhead Red’s Bar | 970-879-6111 | www.steamboat.com Appetizers

D

Sweet Pea Café | 729 Yampa St. | 970-879-1221 | www.sweetpeamarketandrestaurant.com

American

L, D

Sweetwater Grill | 811 Yampa St. | 970-879-9500 | www.thesweetwatergrill.com

New American

D

T Bar at Steamboat | 2045 Ski Time Square Dr. | 970-879-6652 | www.tbarsteamboat.com

American, Bar

L

The Bakery | 1117 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-7735

Bakery, American

B, L

The Boathouse Pub | 609 Yampa St. | 970-879-4797 | www.boathousepubsteamboat.com

Pub Food

L, D

The Cabin | 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. | 970-871-5550 | www.steamboatgrand.com

Colorado

B, L, D

The Drunken Onion Get & Go Kitchen | 685 Marketplace Plaza, Ste. 5 | 970-879-8423 | www.drunkenonion.com Quality Take-Home Meals L, D The Egg & I | 325 Anglers Dr. | 970-871-4633 | www.theeggandirestaurants.com

American

B, L

The Gondola Pub & Grill | 2305 Mt. Werner Cir., Gondola Sq. | 970-879-4448 | www.gondolapubandgrill.com American, Ribs

B, L

The Grand Café | 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. | 970-871-5557 | www.steamboatgrand.com

Coffee Shop

B, L

The Hungry Dog | 635 Lincoln Ave. | 970-819-2224 | www.hungrydogofsteamboat.com

Hot Dogs, Nachos, Chili

L, D, Late

The Laundry | 127 11th St. | 970-870-0681 | www.thelaundryrestaurant.com

Eclectic Dining

D

The Oasis | 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. | 970-871-5150 | www.steamboat.com

American

L

The Ore House at The Pine Grove | 1465 Pine Grove Rd. | 970-879-1190 | www.orehouseatthepinegrove.com Steaks, Seafood

D

The Paramount | 1855 Ski Time Sq. Dr., Torian Plum Plaza | 970-879-1170 | www.theparamountcolorado.com

New American

B, L, D

The Rusted Porch | 690 Marketplace Plaza, Ste. B7 | 970-879-1455 | www.therustedporch.com

American

L, D

The Shack Café, Inc. | 740 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-9975

American

B, L

The Tap House Sports Grill | 729 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-2431 | www.thetaphouse.com

American Sports Grill

L, D, Late

Three Peaks Grill | 2165 Pine Grove Rd. | 970-879-3399 | www.threepeaksgrill.com

Steak, Seafood

D

Truffle Pig Restaurant & Market | 2250 Apres Ski Way | 970-879-7470 | www.trufflepigrestaurant.com

Contemporary Americana L, D

Tugboat Grill & Pub | 1860 Ski Time Square Dr. | 970-879-7070 | www.tugboatgrillandpub.com

High End Pub Fair

L, D, Late

Wendy’s of Steamboat | U.S. Hwy 40 and Anglers Dr. | 970-879-5513 | www.wendys.com

Burgers

B, L, D

Winona’s | 617 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-2483 | www.winonassteamboat.com

Fresh Deli, Bakery

B, L

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Take-out available

Catering

Wheelchair

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Reservations

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Meals served

Cuisine type

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Lodging

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Most of the lodging facilities available through Steamboat Central Reservations have been assigned quality ratings by an independent rating service. Properties are ďŹ rst placed in price categories of Premium ($$$$), Expensive ($$$), Moderate ($$) or Economy ($) based on regular season rates. A random sample of units/rooms from each property is then inspected and assigned a quality rating designation of Excellent (EX), Very Good (VG), Good (G) or Fair (F). Properties that are not part of Steamboat Central Reservations are not rated. The rating designation assigned represents the overall quality of the furnishings, materials and maintenance. Properties are compared to one another within the same price categories. Standards of quality are Steamboat-based, although national standards are taken into consideration in order to form a baseline. Conditions of the property may have changed since the time of inspection.

Where to Stay

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Fishing

Pool

Dining

Horseback Riding

Kitchen

Fireplace

Pets

Cabins and Guest Ranches

Minimum Stay

For more about ratings in this guide see VG 57

Map VG 44

* LIsting Information Provided by the steamboat springs chamber resort association

Miles from Steamboat

Lodging

Bear Mountain Ranch | Kremmling | 970-724-9651 | 866-449-BEAR | www.bearmountainranch.com Bella Vista, A Private Resort | Steamboat Springs | 970-879-4449 | www.steamboat1.com CR Summit | Steamboat Springs | 970-879-6201 | www.crsummit.com

Glen Eden Resort | Clark | 970-879-3907 | 800-882-0854 | www.glenedenresort.com

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High Tide Ranch | Steamboat Springs | 970-879-1663 | www.hightideranch.com

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The Home Ranch | Clark | 970-879-1780 | www.homeranch.com

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Midnight Ranch | Clark | 970-870-3456 | www.midnightranch.com

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Pinnacle Resort Management | 970-879-0600 | 866-992-0600 | www.theporches.com Strawberry Park Hot Springs Cabins | Steamboat Springs | 970-879-0342 | www.strawberryhotsprings.com

A1

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Alpenglow Condominiums | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

B2

$$$/NR

Alpenglow Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

B2

$$$/NR

The Antlers | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$$$/EX

Aspen Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$$/EX

Bear Claw I | B.R.E.O. | 970-879-6100 | 800-232-7252 | www.bear-claw.com

E1

$$$/EX

Bear Claw II | B.R.E.O. | 970-879-6100 | 800-232-7252 | www.bear-claw.com

E1

$$$/EX

Bear Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-0720 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$$/EX

Bronze Tree | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$$/EX

Burgess Creek Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

E1

$/EX

Canyon Creek | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$$/EX

Cascades at EagleRidge | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E2

$$/EX

Chadwick Place | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

E2

$$$/EX

Champagne Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$/EX

Chateau Chamonix | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$$$/EX

Christie Club | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-7900 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$$$/EX

Cimarron Townhomes | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$$/EX

ClockTower Penthouses | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$/VG

Colorado Vacation Rentals | 800-421-3150 | 970-439-0278 | www.steamboatvacationrentals.net

F2

For more about ratings in this guide see VG 57

Condominiums and Townhomes

Ski in/ Ski out Pool

Fireplace

Price/ Quality

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Vista Verde Guest Ranch | Clark | 970-879-3858 | 800-526-RIDE| www.vistaverde.com

Hot tub/ Jacuzzi

Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

Condos In Steamboat | 800-820-1886 | www.condosinsteamboat.com

B2

$-$$$/EX

Cornerstone | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

D1

$$/EX

CrossTimbers at Steamboat | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1

$$$/EX

Dulany | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$$/EX

Eagles Overlook Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

D1

$$$/EX

Edgemont | B.R.E.O. | 970-871-9100 | 877-607-EDGE | www.edgemont.us

E1

$$$$/EX

Elk Run Townhomes | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866| www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$/EX

Emerald Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1

$$/EX

Evergreen Townhomes | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E2

$$$/EX

$$/EX

$$/VG

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FlipKey.com | 617-849-8883 | www.flipkey.com Giant View | 877-824-5734 | www.giantview.com Gondola Square | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com VG 58 | ON LIN E AT WWW.steamboatsu mmer.c om

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Hot tub/ Jacuzzi

Ski in/ Ski out Pool

Fireplace

Condominiums and Townhomes

Price/ Quality

Map VG 44

For more about ratings in this guide see VG 57

Highmark Steamboat Springs | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-2525 | 800-525-2622 | www.highmarksteamboat.com

E1 $$$$/EX

Howelsen Place | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

B2 $$$/EX

Ironwood Townhomes | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$$/EX

Kutuk | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$$/EX

La Casa | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$$/EX

Legacy Vacation Resorts Steamboat Springs | 970-879-1211 | 970-879-2900 | www.legacyvacationresorts.com

D2 $/VG

The Lodge | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-6000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$$/EX

Meadows at EagleRidge | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E2 $$/EX

Mom and Pops Condo | 970-879-6189 | 800-879-6183 | www.momandpopscondo.com

F2

Moraine Townhomes | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700| 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

D1 $$/VG

Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E2 $-$$$$/VG-EX

Mountaineer at Steamboat | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $$$/EX

Moving Mountains Chalets | 970-870-9359 | 877-624-2538 | www.movingmountains.com

D2 $$$-$$$$/EX

Norwegian Log | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

E1 $$/VG

The Olympian Condominiums | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

C2 $$$$/EX

One Steamboat Place | 970-870-5100 | 800-966-9433 |www.onesteamboatplacerentals.com

E1 $$$$/EX

The Phoenix at Steamboat | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $$/EX

The Pines | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

D2 $/EX

Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

E2 $-$$$/VG-EX

The Porches | Pinnacle Resort Management | 970-879-0600 | 866-992-0600 | www.theporches.com

E2 $$$/EX

Promontory | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $/EX

Ptarmigan House | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$$/EX

Quail Run | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

F2 $/EX

The Ranch at Steamboat | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

D1 $$/VG

Resort Group | 970-879-8700 | www.resortgroup.com

E2 $-$$$$/VG-EX

Ridge Townhomes| Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700| 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E2 $/EX

Ridge Crest Condominiums | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

E1 $/EX

The Rockies Condominiums | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E2 $/EX

Saddle Creek Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

F2 $$/EX

Scandinavian Lodge & Condominiums | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

E1 $$/EX

Shadow Run | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

F2 $/EX

Sheraton Resort Village Inn Condos | 970-879-2220 | 800-848-8877 | www.sheratonsteamboatresort.com

E1 $$$$/EX

Simply Steamboat | 970-870-3397 | 888-870-3397 | www.simplysteamboat.com

D2

Ski Inn | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-509-9578 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$/VG

Ski Ranch | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

E1 $$/VG

Ski Time Square | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $$/VG

Ski Trail Condominiums | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $$/VG

SkyRun Vacation | 877-skyrun-1 ext. 60 | www.steamboatvacationrentals.com

E1 $$-$$$/VG-EX

Snow Flower | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$/EX

Spa at Storm Meadows | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $$$/EX

Special Places of Steamboat | 970-879-5417 | 800-848-1960 | www.retreatia.com

D2 $-$$$/G-EX

The Steamboat Grand | 970-871-5500 | 877-306-2628 | www.steamboatgrand.com

E1 $$$$/EX

Steamboat Lodging Properties | 970-879-8161 | 800-641-3115 | www.steamboatlodgingproperties.com

F1 $-$$$/VG-EX

Storm Meadows at Christie Base | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 |800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $$/VG

Storm Meadows Club | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $$/VG

Storm Meadows East Slopeside | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $$/VG

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Lodging

Ski in/ Ski out Pool Hot tub/ Jacuzzi

Condominiums and Townhomes

Fireplace

For more about ratings in this guide see VG 57

Price/ Quality

Map VG 44

* LIs tin g Inf ormation Provided by the steamboat sp r in gs c h a mb e r r e so rt a sso c iation

Terraces at EagleRidge | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E2 $$/EX

Timber Run | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-525-5502 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

F1 $$/EX

Timberline at Trappeur’s Crossing | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$$/EX

Torian Plum | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$$$/EX

Trailhead Lodge at Wildhorse Village | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-525-5502 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E2 $$$/EX

Trails at Storm Meadows | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

E1 $$$$/EX

Trappeur’s Lodge at Trappeur’s Crossing | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8811 | 866-599-8866 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$/EX

Victoria Condominiums | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

B3 $$$/EX

Villas at Walton Creek | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

F2 $/EX

Waterford | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-525-5502 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$/EX

Waterstone at EagleRidge | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-525-5502 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E2 $$$/EX

The West | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-521-4013 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E2 $$/VG

Winterwood Townhomes | Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

E1 $$/VG

World Mark The Club - Village at Steamboat | 970-879-2931 | www.worldmarktheclub.com

E2

Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 866-836-8957 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $$-$$$/EX

Yampa View | Wyndham Vacation Rentals | 970-879-8000 | 800-525-5502 | www.wvrsteamboat.com

E1 $/EX

Alpine Rose* | 970-879-1528 | 888-879-1525 | www.alpinerosesteamboat.com Alpiner Lodge | 970-879-1430 | 800-340-9169 | www.thealpinerlodge.com

Hot tub/ Jacuzzi Pets

Pool

Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, Inns

Cooking Units

* This property offers bed and breakfast

Price/ Quality

E1 $$/EX

Map VG 44

Storm Meadows Townhomes | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

B2

Chalet Val D’Isére | 970-846-7006 | www.valdiseresteamboat.com

C2

F1

Fairfield Inn & Suites | 970-870-9000 | 800-228-2800 | www.marriott.com/sbsfi

F2

The Hampton Inn & Suites | 970-871-8900 | 800-909-6285 | www.steamboatspringssuites.hamptoninn.com

D2

$$/EX

Highmark Steamboat Springs | Mountain Resorts | 970-879-2525 | 800-525-2622 | www.highmarksteamboat.com

E1

$$$$/EX

Holiday Inn Steamboat | 970-879-2250 | 800-654-3944 | www.steamboathi.com

F2

$$/EX

Hotel Bristol | 970-879-3083 | 800-851-0872 | www.steamboathotelbristol.com

B3

$$/EX

Inn at Steamboat |970-879-2600 | 800-872-2601 | www.innatsteamboat.com

F1

$$/EX

Legacy Vacation Resorts | Steamboat Springs | 970-879-2900 | 800-588-2651 | www.legacyvacationresorts.com

D2

$/VG

Mariposa Lodge* | 970-879-1467 | 800-578-1467 | www.steamboatmariposa.com

A2

Historic Meeker Hotel | Meeker | 970-878-5255 | 855-878-5255 | www.meekerhotel.com ●

Mountain Resorts | 970-879-3700 | 800-525-2622 | www.mtn-resorts.com

B3

$$/EX

Ptarmigan Inn | 970-879-1730 | 800-538-7519 | www.steamboat-lodging.com

E1

$$$/VG

Quality Inn & Suites | 970-879-6669 | www.steamboat-hotel.com

F2

$$/EX

Rabbit Ears Motel | 970-879-1150 | 800-828-7702 | www.rabbitearsmotel.com

C2

$/EX

Sheraton Steamboat Resort | 970-879-2220 | 800-848-8877 | www.sheratonsteamboatresort.com

E1

$$$$/EX

The Steamboat Grand | 970-871-5500 | 877-306-2628 | www.steamboatgrand.com

E1

$$$$/EX

Steamboat Hotel | 970-879-5230 | www.steamboathotel.net

F2

$/EX

Steamboat Mountain Lodge | 970-871-9121 | 877-245-6343 | www.steamboatmountainlodge.com

F2

$/EX

Nordic Lodge Motel | 970-879-0531 | 800-364-0331 | www.nordiclodgeofsteamboat.com Oak Tree Inn | Penny’s Diner - Yampa | 970-638-1000 | www.oaktreeinn.com

The Victorian | 970-879-7781 | www.thevictorian-bedandbreakfast.com

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Fireplace

B2

$$-$$$/EX

Edelweiss Chalet | 303-346-2922 | www.steamboatchalet.com

E1

$$/EX

A2

$/VG

Moving Mountains Chalets | 970-870-9359 | 877-624-2538 | www.movingmountains.com

D2

$$$-$$$$/EX

Over The Edge Chalet | 970-846-8907 | 877-475-6923 | www.steamboatluxe.com

E1

$$$$/NR

Pinnacle Resort Management | 970-879-0600 | 866-992-0600 | www.theporches.com

E2

$$$/EX

Pioneer Ridge | 970-879-0517 | 800-233-8102 | www.steamboat-springs.com

E2

$-$$$$/G-EX

Resort Group | 970-879-8700 | www.resortgroup.com

E2

$-$$$$/G-EX

Royal Flush House | 303-910-1108 | www.royalflushhouse.com

F1

Pets

Hot tub/Jacuzzi

Number of rooms

Condos In Steamboat | 800-820-1886 | www.condosinsteamboat.com

Houses and Duplexes

Price/Quality

F2

Map VG 44

Colorado Vacation Rentals, LLC - Steamboat Springs | 800-421-3150 | www.steamboatvacationrentals.com

For more about ratings in this guide see VG 57

Bella Vista, A Private Resort | 970-879-4449 | www.steamboat1.com

Giant View | 877-824-5734 | www.giantview.com Mariposa Lodge | 970-879-1467 | 800-578-1467 | www.steamboatmariposa.com

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Lodging

* LIs tin g Inf ormation Provided by the steamboat sp r in gs c h a mb e r r e so rt a sso c iation

Property Management Companies The Alderwood Group, Resort Management & Real Estate

Simply Steamboat

Central Park Management

Steamboat Association Management

970-879-2333 www.alderwoodgroup.com

800 Weiss Dr., Ste. A 970-879-3294 | 866-439-6464 www.centralparkmgmt.com

Colorado Commercial Services 2130 Resort Dr., Ste. 250 970-879-2525 www.resortgroup.com

Colorado Vacation Rentals, LLC Steamboat Springs 3046 Aspen Leaf Way 800-421-3150 www.steamboatvacationrentals.net

1169 Hilltop Pkwy., Ste. 206B 970-870-3397 | 888-870-3397 www.simplysteamboat.com

2150 Resort Dr., Ste. 200 800-525-2622 www.steamboatassociations.com

Steamboat Central Reservations

1475 Pine Grove Rd., Ste. 202 970-879-0740 | 877-237-2628 www.steamboat.com/planvacation/lodging

Steamboat Lodging Properties

Condos In Steamboat

3275 Snowflake Cir. 970-879-8161 | 800-641-3115 www.steamboatlodgingproperties.com

Dawes & Associates

Worldmark, The Club Village At Steamboat

63 Park Place | 800-820-1886 www.condosinsteamboat.com 970-879-9124

Four Seasons Property Management

970-819-2728 www.fourseasonssteamboat.com

Kamar, Inc.

1821 Kamar Plaza, Unit 4 970-879-2591

Mountain Resorts, LLC

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OPB

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Pioneer Ridge

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Outdoors General Information Directory Medicine Bow – Routt National Forest 925 Weiss Dr. Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 970-870-2299

UP HERE You can see the stars

Medicine Bow – Routt National Forest P.O. Box 7 300 Roselawn Yampa, CO 80483 970-638-4516

Stagecoach State Park P.O. Box 98 25500 County Road 14 Oak Creek, CO 80468 970-736-2436 800-678-2267 (reservations) www.parks.state.co.us

Steamboat Lake and Pearl Lake State Parks P.O. Box 750 61105 County Road 129 Clark, CO 80428 970-879-3922 800-678-2267 (reservations) www.parks.state.co.us

Yampa River State Park

Reservations

Corey Kopischke

P.O. Box 759 6185 West U.S. 40 Hayden, CO 81639 970-276-2061 800-678-2267 (reservations) www.parks.state.co.us

3. Minimize your exposure to the sun. 4. Pace yourself and drink lots of water. 5. High altitude sickness symptoms include headache, dizziness, nausea and weakness. Rest, proper hydration and descent to a lower elevation can help alleviate symptoms.

To make State Park reservations outside of the Denver metro area, call 800-678-CAMP. In the Denver area call 303-470-1144. Reservations may be made 90 days in advance but no later than three days prior to arrival. In the Routt National Forest, reservations for Hahn’s Peak Lake Campground, Dumont Lake, Seedhouse Campground and the Seedhouse Group Site may be made from 120 days in advance to 4 days before arrival. Call the U.S. National Forest Reservation Center at 877-444-6777 or visit www. recreation.gov. All other campgrounds in the Routt National Forest are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Off-Road Motorcycling

1. Tell someone where you are going and when you plan to return. Check in with them upon your return. 2. Weather changes rapidly in the mountains. Plan high elevation trips for the morning hours. Afternoon thunderstorms with lightning are common. The threat is most significant along ridge lines, high points and open areas. Do not seek shelter under trees.

Mountain Biking

Cautionary Notes

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Routt National Forest and Timberline Trailriders work together to maintain a network of trails for the use of off-road motorcycles. To date, Timberline Trailriders has received $900,000 in grants from the state trails program for the Routt National Forest system. The primary staging areas for off-road motorcycles are in North Routt County, Yampa and on the Walden district. Information and motor vehicle use (MVUM) maps are available at Forest Service offices. The local biking club is Routt County Riders: www.routtcountyriders.org. Maps are available on its website and at local bike shops.


Campgrounds All campsites have tables and fireplace grates. Visit the U.S. Forest Service office in Steamboat Springs between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for additional camping and trails information, closures on trails and hazardous tree information. After hours — http://fs.usda.gov/goto/mbr/recreation

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Colorado State Parks Passes for 2013 are $7/day and $70/annual. Colorado State Parks Passes are available at the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, 1255 S. Lincoln Ave., or at the parks.

$10/night | 8,000 ft. | 8 Campsites 6 miles east of downtown; Routt County 36 (Strawberry Park Hot Springs Road) northeast, east on Routt County Road 38 (Buffalo Pass Road) 4 miles. No Reservations. Routt National Forest: 970-870-2299

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Dumont Lake Campground/Day Use

$12/night – $5/day | 9,500 ft. | 22 Campsites 22 miles southeast of Steamboat Springs on Rabbit Ears Pass; U.S. 40 east, campground on north side. Reservations accepted. Routt National Forest: 970-870-2299 Reservations: www.recreation.gov

Meadows Campground

$10/night | 9,300 ft. | 30 Campsites 15 miles southeast of Steamboat Springs on Rabbit Ears Pass; U.S. 40 east, campground on south side. No Reservations. Routt National Forest: 970-870-2299

$10/night – $5/day | 10,200 ft. | 8 Campsites 4 miles south of Buffalo Pass on NFSR #310; recommended high clearance vehicle. CLOSED FOR 2013 Routt National Forest: 970-870-2299

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Hinman Campground

$12/night | 7,600 ft. | 13 Campsites 22 miles north of Steamboat Springs; County Road 129 north, east on Seedhouse Road, (County Road 64) 6 miles, then south on NFSR #440 1/2 mile. No Reservations. Routt National Forest: 970-870-2299

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Hiking Trails

Stagecoach State Park

$10-$20/night - $7/day | 7,250 ft. | 92 Campsites | Flush toilets | Electric hook-ups | Stores | Trailer dump station 17 miles south of Steamboat Springs; U.S. 40 east 4 miles, Colorado 131 south 8 miles, County Road 14 south 7 miles Colorado State Parks: 970-736-2436 Reservations: 800-678-2267

Pearl Lake State Park

$18/night - $70/yurt - $7/day | 8,065 ft. | 38 Campsites 22 miles north of Steamboat Springs; County 129 north, east on County Road 209. Colorado State Parks: 970-879-3922 Reservations: 800-678-2267

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Steamboat Lake State Park

$16-$22/night - $7/day | 8,000 ft. | 193 Campsites | Flush toilets | Electric hook-ups | Laundry | Stores | Trailer dump station Call for cabins. Reservations are strongly recommended from mid-June through Labor Day. 27 miles north of Steamboat Springs; County Road 129 north to visitor center. Colorado State Parks: 970-879-3922 Reservations: 800-678-2267

Seedhouse Campground

$12/night | 8,000 ft. | 24 Campsites 22 miles north of Steamboat Springs; County Road 129 north, east on Seedhouse Road, County Road 64, 9.5 miles. Reservations accepted. Routt National Forest: 970-870-2299 Reservations: www.recreation.gov

Hahns Peak Lake Campground

$12/night – $5/day | 8,500 ft. | 25 Campsites 30 miles north of Steamboat Springs; County Road 129 north, 2.5 miles west on NFSR #486. Call for updates. Reservations accepted. Routt National Forest: 970-870-2299

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Seedhouse Group Site

$100/night | 8,000 ft. Reservations only: www.recreation.gov

Seedhouse Guard Station

$65/night | 8,000 ft. Available fall and winter only. This is a cabin, not a camping site. Reservations: www.recreation.gov

Summit Lake Campground

$10/night- $5/day | 10,300 ft. | 15 Campsites 15 miles northeast of Steamboat Springs; County Road 36 (Strawberry Park Hot Springs Road) northeast, east on County Road 38 (Buffalo Pass Road) 13 miles (past Dry Lake Campground, County Road 38 becomes NFSR #60 and is recommended for high clearance vehicles only). No Reservations. Routt National Forest: 970-870-2299

Yampa River State Park

$10-$20/night - $7/day - $25/tipi | 6,400 ft. | 45 Campsites | Flush toilets | Electric hook-ups | Laundry Two miles west of Hayden on U.S. 40 Colorado State Parks: 970-276-2061 Reservations: 800-678-2267

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26 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 8,680 ft. | Highest Point 10,038 ft. Take County Road. 129 to NFSR 550, then north 4 mi. to NFSR 500, then east 2 mi. to NFSR 402, then south 1 mi. to trailhead #1203. Take Farwell Mountain Trail #1203 (single track, no ATVs) southeast about 5 miles to NFSR 409, then follow the road about 3 mi. to Wyoming Trail #1101. Take Trail #1101 north about 10 mi. to Hare Trail #1199, then follow the trail west about 3 mi. to NFSR 520. Take 520 west 3 mi. to NFSR 500, south on 500 about 1 mi. to NFSR 402 and back to trailhead #1203. USGS: Mt. Werner; Trails Illustrated: #118

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Mad Creek Trail/Hot Springs Trail

4.5 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 7,000 ft. | Highest Point 7,400 ft. | Hikers beware of heavy bike traffic. Trailhead is not marked. Take County Road 129 to the Mad Creek trailhead. Walk back down County Road 129 approx. 400 yds. to NFSR 128. About 1/2 mile up, the hot springs trail cuts off to the right. Strawberry Park Hot Springs are private; admission is charged to access the springs. Popular mountain bike trail. USGS: Mad Creek; Trails Illustrated: #117

Elk Run Trail – Stagecoach State Park

10 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 7,212 ft. | Highest Point 7,212 ft. | Wildlife viewing, especially in late afternoon Trail begins at fishing access parking lot off County Road 16 at south end of Stagecoach Reservoir. At about 4.5 mi., trail crosses the dam and joins County Road 18. Follow County Road 18 to park road, past marina and offices, then back onto the trail until you have to veer onto County Road 16 to cross the bridge at the south end of the lake. USGS: Blacktail Mountain, Trails Illustrated: #118

Fishhook, Lost and Lake Elmo

6 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 10,000 ft. | Highest Point 10,000 ft. | Excellent fishing Take U.S. 40 southeast to Dumont Lake NFSR 315. Turn left and follow 315 to NFSR 311. Take 311 north about 4 mi. to Wyoming Trail #1101 at Basecamp Trailhead. (NOTE: 4WD suggested on NFSR 311.) Follow Trail #1101 north about 3 mi., past Fishhook and Lost Lake to Lake Elmo. Return to Basecamp Trailhead. Trail #1101 continues north to the Wyoming state line. NFSR 311 - closed for hazardous tree removal - contact office for reroutes. USGS: Mt. Werner; Trails Illustrated: #118

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South Fork Loop

12 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 7,680 ft. | Highest Point 8,400 ft. | Spectacular views of mountain peaks; follows south fork of Elk River Can be done as a loop or one way. For the loop, start at Hinman Campground. Trail exits at NFSR 433; follow it west and north to NFSR 400 and then west back to Hinman. To go one way, park at trailhead #110 off NFSR 443 and walk downhill to Hinman. USGS: Mt. Ethel; Trails Illustrated: #116 & #117

Coulton Creek Loop

13 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 7,640 ft. | Highest Point 8,600 ft | Single Track Take Routt County Rd. 129 to Routt County Rd. 64 and continue east for about 4 mi, to NFSR 429 on left. Take Coulton Creek Trail #1188 about 5 mi. north to Cutover Trail #1188A. Follow Trail #1188A east for about 1 mi. to Scott Run Trail #1177. Take trail #1177 south for 1 mi. to NFSR 430, then follow this road south about 2 mi. to Routt County Rd. 64 about 2 mi. west back to trailhead #1188. USGS: Farwell Mountain; Trails Illustrated: #116

5 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 7,000 ft. | Highest Point 7,840 ft. | Located in Service Creek Wilderness Follow County Road 18 past Stagecoach Reservoir dam approx. 1.7 mi. to Sarvis Creek State Wildlife Area and turn right. Follow main road 1/2 mi. to Sarvis Creek Trailhead parking lot. Most people follow trail 2.2 mi. to bridge that crosses Sarvis Creek and turn around, but trail continues to Buffalo Park Rd. (12 mi. one way). USGS: Blacktail Mountain; Trails Illustrated: #118

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Manzanares Trail Loop

27.5 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 8,680 ft. | Highest Point 10,038 ft. | Wildlife viewing, especially in late afternoon | Hilly, rocky sections and steep grades are challenging. Take County Road 129 to NFSR 550, then north 4 mi. to NFSR 500, then east 2 mi. to NFSR 402, then south 1 mi. to trailhead #1203. Take Farwell Mountain Trail #1203 (single track, no ATVs) southeast about 5 miles to NFSR 409, then follow the road about 3 mi. to Wyoming Trail #1101. Take Trail #1101 north about 13 miles to Manzanares Trail #1204, follow the trail west about 5 mi. back to trailhead #1203.

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Nipple Peak Loop

30 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 9,500 ft. | Highest Point 10,200 ft. | Hills, rocks and trees add to the difficulty of this loop. (Open for motorized use July 1 - Sept. 30) Take County Road 129 north to NFSR 047. Turn left and continue about 10 miles to trailhead #1147. Left on trail #1156 about 10 miles. Left on County Road 129 back to the car.

Spring Creek Trail

10.5 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 7,000 ft. | Highest Point 7,920 ft. | Within Steamboat Springs city limits Access trail at corner of Amethyst Drive and Maple Street. Follow County Road 34 (single-lane, rough road) 1/2 mi. to reservoirs. Trail continues approximately 4 mi. to Dry Lake Campground. Popular mountain bike trail on improved surface. USGS: Steamboat Springs; Trails Illustrated: #116 & #117

Three Island Lake

7 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 8,380 ft. | Highest Point 9,878 ft. | Mount Zirkel Wilderness, follows the south fork of the Elk River Turn right past Seedhouse Campground on NFSR 443 and continue approximately 3 miles to trailhead on left side of road. Turn right at intersection of trail #1163 and follow to lake in Mount Zirkel Wilderness. No bikes allowed. USGS: Mt. Zirkel; Trails Illustrated: #116 Note: Mechanized travel, including mountain bikes, is prohibited in wilderness areas.

Rabbit Ears Peak

6 miles roundtrip | Starting Elevation 9,600 ft. | Highest Point 10,651 ft. | Volcanic rock formation, vast wildflower fields | Do not climb on the “ears,” which are unsafe, crumbly rock. Take East U.S. 40 to Dumont Lake Campground turn-off. Follow road past the campground and picnic area, turn left at Rabbit Ears Pass monument and follow sign to NFSR 311 (rough road; 4-wheel drive suggested). Continue approx. 1/4 mi. to NFSR 291 on right. Park and hike on road, which bears to the right. SGS: Rabbit Ears; Trails Illustrated: #118

EXTRAS: Strawberry Fields Forever

“Where are the Strawberry Fields Hot Springs?” Kudos to John Lennon for immortalizing the term, but the large mountain meadow north of Steamboat Springs is Strawberry Park, named after huge fields of cultivated strawberries that flourished there in the early 20th century. (The springs lie beyond the park at the end of an unimproved dirt road.)


See Trail Descriptions Page VG66 Campgrounds 1. Dry Lake Campground 2. Dumont Lake Campground 3. Granite Gampground 4. Hahns Peak Lake Campground 5. Hinman Campground 6. Meadows Campground 7. Pearl Lake State Park 8. Seedhouse Campground/Group Site 9. Stagecoach State Park 10. Steamboat Lake State Park 11. Summit Lake Campground 12. Yampa River State Park Trails 1. Coulton Creek Loop 2. Elk Run Trail 3. Fishhook, Lost and Lake Elmo 4. Hare Loop 5. Mad Creek Trail 6. Manzanares Trail Loop 7. Nipple Peak Loop 8. Rabbit Ears Peak 9. Sarvis Creek 10. South Fork Loop 11. Spring Creek Trail 12. Three Island Lake

12 There are more than 80 maintained trails on U.S. Forest Service land. See the local Forest Service office for more information and detailed maps. U.S. Forest Service 925 Weiss Drive Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 970-870-2299

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Mountain Village Apartments

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Land & Ranch Real Estate

970-870-8885

Doug Labor

Jim Cook

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Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties

Ulrich Salzgeber

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Colorado Group Realty, Inc.

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Appraisers

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ASI Appraisal Services

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320 Lincoln Ave., Ste. E 970-879-5307

Elliott Appraisal Services 732 Lincoln Ave., Ste. A 970-879-1472

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Commercial Real Estate

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Steamboat Real Estate, Inc.

620 Oak St. 970-879-5000 www.steamboatrealestate.com

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Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties

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The Commercial Property Group, LLC

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MR Realty

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Rick Hodges 970-879-8100

610 Marketplace Plaza, Ste. 100 970-879-8100 www.prudentialsteamboatrealty.com

Karen Hughes

Angela Ashby

970-276-1100

970-819-4897

Stephan Baden

970-879-8100

970-879-8100

Sharon Johnson David Kidd

970-879-8100

Kim Kreissig

Ivy Baker

970-846-4250

Moose Barrows

970-879-8100

970-879-8100 970-879-8100

Jill Limberg

Diane Franklin Peggy Garrett

2250 Après Ski Way 970-875-1000

970-875-1000

970-846-2293

970-879-8100

970-819-2150

Roy Powell

970-846-1661

Cindy Rogers

970-879-8100

970-846-3671

Steamboat Real Estate, Inc.

Lance Romick

620 Oak St. 970-879-5000 www.steamboatrealestate.com

970-879-7800 x112

Mitch Clementson

Ray Wright

Donna Mae Hoots

Arlene Zopf 970-846-5310

970-879-5000 x12

970-879-5000 x19

Pamela Lindahl 970-879-5000 x18

Amy Scarborough 970-879-5000 x28

John Tomasini 970-718-7907

970-846-3048

Real Estate Companies The Alderwood Group, Resort Management & Real Estate

970-879-2333 www.alderwoodgroup.com

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Buyer’s Resource Real Estate 56 Ninth St. 970-870-8885 www.buysteamboat.com

RE/MAX Partners 155 Anglers Dr. 970-879-SOLD

Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties

970-879-8161 www.SteamboatMountainRealty.com

350 S. Lincoln Ave., Ste. 103 970-879-8814 www.coldwellbankersteamboat.com

Colorado Group Realty, Inc.

509 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8800 www.mybrokers.com

Colorado Partners Realty Group

33255 Creek Summit Lane 970-879-6201 www.coloradopartners.net

Elk River Realty

404 Oak St., Ste. 102 970-879-8103 www.elkriverrealty.com

MR Realty

2130 Resort Dr., Ste. 200 970-879-0763 www.MRRealtySteamboat.com

Pinnacle Resort Management

2096 Indian Summer Dr. 970-879-0600 www.theporches.com

Prudential Steamboat Realty

610 Marketplace Plaza, Ste. 100 970-879-8100 www.prudentialsteamboatrealty.com

Steamboat Mountain Realty, LLC. Steamboat Real Estate, Inc.

620 Oak St. 970-879-5000 www.steamboatrealestate.com

Steamboat Ski Town Real Estate

30090 Bannock Trail 970-846-6293 www.steamboatskitownrealestate.com

Steamboat Village Brokers, LTD Real Estate

1855 Ski Time Square Dr. 970-879-7800 www.steamboatvillagebrokers.com

702 Oak St. 970-870-9800 www.theatiragroup.com

Green Courte Partners, LLC

751 Yampa St. 970-761-2385 www.greencourtepartners.com

One Steamboat Place 2250 Après Ski Way 970-875-1000 www.onesteamboatplace.com Pinnacle Resort Management

2096 Indian Summer Dr. 970-879-0600 www.theporches.com

Real Estate Developers

Steamboat Ski & Resort Realty

2800 Village Dr. 970-846-9449 www.bearlodgesteamboat.com

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509 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-8800 www.mybrokers.com

Resort Ventures West

Aria Colorado

Land Title Guarantee Company

Colorado Group Realty, Inc.

Taylor/Brennan 2420 Ski Trail Lane 970-879-2924

Alpine Mountain Ranch & Club 33105 Meadow Creek Dr. 970-875-1200 www.alpinemountainranchsteamboat.com

Title Services

The ATIRA Group

610 Marketplace Plaza, Ste. 210 970-879-7772 www.resortventureswest.com 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-5505 www.steamboatrealty.com

Steamboat Village Brokers, LTD Real Estate

1855 Ski Time Square Dr. 970-879-7800 www.steamboatvillagebrokers.com

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Wedding & event Planning A Steamboat Wedding Day

The next step after “Will you marry me?” is to choose an idyllic setting for the day you say “I do.” The Yampa Valley welcomes brides and grooms and their guests with the genuine hospitality that makes Steamboat Springs famous.

Planning

Plan your wedding with confidence, even from afar, by relying on the local expertise of a professional wedding planner. See page VG 73

Venue

Guest ranches, Thunderhead Peak atop the gondola, hotels with ballrooms, bed & breakfasts, the Yampa Valley Botanic Park, the historic Depot and restaurants from cozy to grand: Steamboat Springs offers amazing settings for weddings of all sizes.

Reception

Steamboat has indoor and outdoor locations, ranging from restaurants and lodges to party tents and barns. See dining guide, page VG 54

Lodging

Family and friends will want to join the fun of a destination wedding. Local lodging properties offer everything from free shuttles and concierge services to group rates and amenities for the whole family. See lodging guide, page VG 57.

Marriage Licenses

Routt County Courthouse Clerk & Recorders’ Office 522 Lincoln Ave. PO Box 773598 Steamboat Springs, CO 80477 970-879-1710 Hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. M-F When applying for a marriage license, please bring identification (one of the following: driver’s license, birth certificate, passport or military service record) and $30. If either party is divorced, the party must attest to the date and name of the court that the divorce was final. There is no waiting period. The license is good for 30 days and may be used anywhere within the State of Colorado. No blood test is required.

Catering

Numerous caterers specialize in weddings, from down-home barbecues to multi-course dinners, plus many local restaurants offer catering services. See dining guide, page VG 54.

Florists, liquor stores, formalwear, childcare, music, limo service and more

From private flight services to hot air balloon rides, from country bands to string quartets, from stretch limos to a traveling bar, wedding services plentiful in Steamboat. See services guide, page VG 72.

Relax

Spas and salons ensure that in the midst of all the wedding activities, the bride and her wedding party can escape for a massage, manicure, pedicure or facials. A number of salons offer wedding day hair and makeup services. See beauty & wellness, page VG 72.

Anchor Way Baptist Church 40650 Anchor Way 970-879-7062, www.anchorway.com The Buddhist Center of Steamboat Springs 2550 S. Copper Frontage 970-846-2699 Christian Science Church Seventh and Oak Church of Christ 1698 W. Lincoln Ave. 970-879-6670 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1155 Central Park Dr. 970-879-0220 Concordia Lutheran Church 755 Concordia Lane 970-879-0175 Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses 3000 Elk River Rd. Euzoa Bible Church 32305 County Rd. 38 970-879-0123 First Baptist Church 3200 Divine Way 970-879-1446 Har Mishpacha The Jewish Congregation of Steamboat Springs 970-457-4270, www.harmishpacha.org Holy Name Catholic Church 524 Oak St. 970-879-0671, www.holynameecc.org Seventh Day Adventists Church 347 12th St.

Churches

Steamboat Sk8 Church 2851 Riverside Plaza, #260 970-846-6754, www.steamboatsk8church.com

Most area churches require premarital counseling. Please call each church for its requirements. A complete listing of local churches follows.

Steamboat Springs Evangelical Free Church Christian Heritage School 970-879-3020

Civil Ceremonies Contact the Routt County Clerk & Recorder’s Office, 970-879-1710, for a list of judges who are available to perform wedding ceremonies.

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Ninth and Oak 970-879-0925 Steamboat Christian Center The Log Church on E. U.S. 40 970-879-0063 United Methodist Church Eighth and Oak 970-879-1290

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Rocky Mountain PBS

Yoga Center of Steamboat Strawberry Park Waterside Day Spa & Salon 1089 Bannock St., Denver Natural Hot Springs 701 Yampa St. 1110 Yampa St., Unit 110 44200 County Rd. 36 303-892-6666 970-870-1522 970-875-0271 970-879-0342 www.rmpbs.org www.yogacenterofsteamboat.com www.watersidedayspa.com www.strawberryhotsprings.com Steamboat Magazine

Holistic Health &

Yoga

1120 S. Lincoln Ave., Ste. F Personal Trainers Nutritional Products Old Town Hot Springs 970-871-9413 B Fitness Training 136 Lincoln Ave. Aspire Osteopathy www.steamboatmagazine.com 610 W. Broadway, Jackson 1360 Indian Trail, Unit 25 970-879-1828 Acupuncture & Wellness 307-690-0824 Steamboat Pilot & Today 970-846-0828 www.oldtownhotsprings.org 350 Oak St. www.allsteamboat.com 1901 Curve Plaza www.bfitnesstraining.com 970-871-1300 SoulSpark Journeys 970-879-1502 Comcast www.aspireperformancehealth.com Old Town Hot Springs 970-819-3360 www.steamboatpilot.com 625 S. Lincoln Ave. 136 Lincoln Ave. www.soulsparkjourneys.com Bamboo Market 888-824-4010 Steamboat TV18 970-879-1828 Health Foods Yoga To You www.comcast.com 1901 Curve Plaza www.oldtownhotsprings.org 1110 Yampa St., Ste. 100 245 Hill St. 970-871-4215 Dex One Corporation 970-879-9992 Salons 970-222-3095 www.steamboattv18.com 9380 Station St., Lone Tree www.bamboomkt.com www.susanemead.com 10th Street Barber Shop 303-784-2332 SteamboatSprings.com A Calming Touch Spa at 941 Lincoln Ave. www.dexone.com 970-819-2186 EagleRidge Lodge 970-879-9809 www.steamboatsprings.com Easy 94.1 / ESPN 1463 Flattop Cir. Brio Salon and Spa Sports on the FM 970-819-7612 Valley Voice, LLC 825 Oak St. 2550 Copper Ridge Dr. www.acalmingtouch.com 730 Lincoln Ave., Unit 1 970-870-6541 970-879-7909 970-846-8953 Nutrition Prescription, Inc. www.briosalonsteamboat.com www.steamboatradio.com Banks www.yampavalleyvoice.com @ Align Wellness Center TriBeCa Hair Studio, Inc. Homes & Land of Steamboat 702 Oak St. Alpine Bank 1915 Alpine Plaza, Unit 3 Springs & NW Colorado 970-870-0100 1901 Pine Grove Rd., Ste. 101 970-870-8282 3001 S. Lincoln Ave., Ste. E 970-871-1901 Old Town Hot Springs 515-745-5279 Wildhorse Salon www.alpinebank.com 136 Lincoln Ave. www.steamboatspringCosmetics & Skin Care 970-879-1828 690 Marketplace Plaza, Ste. 4 Bank of the West shomesforsale.com 970-879-1222 www.oldtownhotsprings.org Rodan+Fields Dermatologists 555 Lincoln Ave. www.steamboatsalon.com KBCR 96.9 FM 30920 Elk Lane 970-879-4040 Sundance Health Zone Big Country Radio Spas 970-846-6668 425 Anglers Dr., Ste. E www.bankofthewest.com 2110 Mt. Werner Rd. www.cwellford.myrandf.com 970-871-0605 All Season Wellness Day Spa Centennial Bank 970-879-2270 The Brown Barn Bath 1120 S. Lincoln Ave., Ste. B1 635 Marketplace Plaza www.kbcr.com Whole Healing Ayurveda Company, LLC. 970-846-5907 970-870-9990 419 Oak St. KRAI FM/ 734 Lincoln Ave. www.allseasonwellness.com www.centennialbanking.com 970-846-4404 55 Country Radio 970-871-7988 www. w holehealingayurveda.com Bella Sol Spa First National Bank 1111 W. Victory Way, Craig www.brownbarnbath.com 405 S. Lincoln Ave., Ste. 207 of the Rockies 970-824-6574 Massage Therapy The Grand Spa 270 Anglers Dr. 970-846-9997 www.krai.com Advanced Massage & 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-871-8070 www.bellasolspa.com KUNC Healing Arts 970-871-5514 www.fnbrockies.com A Calming Touch Spa at 1901 56th Ave., Ste. 200, Greeley 2955 Village Dr., Unit 2 www.steamboatgrand.com EagleRidge Lodge Mountain Valley Bank Inc. 970-378-2579 970-879-2444 Fitness & Health 1463 Flattop Cir. 2201 Curve Plaza, Unit 101A www.kunc.org www.lenahealingarts.com 970-819-7612 970-870-6550 Centers Verne Lundquist A Calming Touch Spa at www.acalmingtouch.com www.bankmvb.com

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Productions, Inc.

Align Pilates, Physical Therapy, Wellness

EagleRidge Lodge

The Grand Spa Vectra Bank Colorado 1463 Flattop Cir. 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 2155 Resort Dr., Ste. 300 702 Oak St. 970-819-7612 970-871-5514 703 Lincoln Ave., Ste. B106 970-870-0100 www.acalmingtouch.com Mountain Living Magazine www.steamboatgrand.com 970-871-4400 www.alignsteamboat.com 1780 S. Bellaire St., Ste. 505 The Grand Spa www.vectrabank.com Life Essentials Wellness Spa Denver Anytime Fitness 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. Wells Fargo Bank West, N.A. 345 Lincoln Ave. 303-931-0743 1875 Central Park Dr. 970-871-5514 320 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-9543 www.mountainliving.com 970-875-1130 www.steamboatgrand.com 970-879-0550 www.massagesteamboat.com www.anytimefitness.com Names and Numbers Kneading Hands www.wellsfargo.com Rocky Mountain Day Spa 1169 Hilltop Parkway., Ste. 104E Bella Barre 306 Oak St. Yampa Valley Bank 435 Lincoln Ave. 970-870-9600 2093 Curve Plaza C103 970-846-9032 600 S. Lincoln Ave. 2200 Village Inn Ct. www.namesandnumbers.com 970-846-0761 www.kneadinghandstherapy.com 970-879-2993 Sheraton Resort www.bellabarrestudio.com NRC Broadcasting, Inc. A Most Kneaded Massage www.yampavalleybank.com 970-870-9860 2955 Village Dr. Old Town Hot Springs 2955 Village Dr., Unit 3 www.steamboatmassage.com Child Care 970-879-5368 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-1245 Spa Ooh La La www.alwaysmountaintime.com 970-879-1828 www.amostkneadedmassage.com Baby Business 405 S. Lincoln Ave., Ste. C www.oldtownhotsprings.org 30006 County Rd. 14-C Park Range Publications Old Town Hot Springs 970-819-8053 970-879-6645 1815 Central Park Dr. Peak Fitness Center, Inc. 136 Lincoln Ave. The Spa/Salon www.babybusiness.org 970-879-5465 1103 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1828 24 Fifth St. www.homelinkmag.com 970-879-4943 www.oldtownhotsprings.org Discovery Learning Center 970-871-0202 www.peakfitnesssteamboat.com 2875 Village Dr. Poka Yoke Design Serenity Massage www.thespasalon.net 970-879-5973 970-457-4389 Steamboat Pilates, 419 Oak St. Steamboat Massage Group Kidâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Kabin Preschool www.pokayoke.co Yoga and Fitness 970-819-2700 405 S. Lincoln Ave., Ste. E200 1104 Lincoln Ave., Unit 103 www.serenitysteamboat.com 624 Pitkin St. Resort Publications 970-301-9439 970-879-6788 970-879-5896 777 McKinley St. Steamboat Massage Group www.steamboatsmobilemaswww.steamboatpilatesandfit970-879-7791 Old Town Hot Springs 405 S Lincoln Ave., Ste. E200 sage.com ness.com www.steamboatcouponbook.com 136 Lincoln Ave. 970-301-9439 970-879-1828 www.steamboatsmobilemaswww.oldtownhotsprings.org sage.com 1710 Natches Way 970-879-2393

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Psychic/Self-Help/ Spirituality

Glen Eden Resort Decorations, 54737 County Rd. 129, Clark Equipment, Rentals Amuse Bouche 970-879-3907

Chef Services

2305 Mt. Werner Cir. & Supplies 240-498-1115 Bee Herz Psychic Medium 970-879-6111 www.glenedenresort.com www.amusebouchechef.com 44620 Elk River Rd. www.steamboat.com Colorado Event Rentals The Gondola Pub & Grill 970-871-4525 Ski Town Gourmet 970-871-6786 Young Tracks Preschool & 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. www.beeherzpsychicmedium.com 1767 Clubhouse Dr. www.coloradoeventrentals.com Child Care Center Gondola Square 970-870-0291 1647 Mid Valley Dr. 970-879-4448 Telecommunications Royal Flush Industries, Inc. www.skitowngourmet.com 970-879-5790 www.gondolapubandgrill.com 1605 Shield Dr. Ensignal www.youngtracks.com Delivery Services 970-870-6500 Harwigs & L’Apogée 507 Lincoln Ave. Corporate Training & 911 Lincoln Ave. Fridge Fillers Wal-Mart Stores Inc. 970-879-7601 970-879-1919 2901 Abbey Rd. 1805 Central Park Dr. www.ensignal.com Workshops www.lapogee.com 970-870-8870 970-879-8115 Resort Broadband Bridgestone Winter www.fridgefillers.com www.walmart.com Old Town Pub & Restaurant 2130 Resort Dr. Driving School 600 Lincoln Ave. The Grocery Entertainment 970-870-1818 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-879-2101 Company of Steamboat www.resortbroadband.com 970-879-6104 Top Shelf Entertainment www.theoldtownpub.com 3362 Covey Cir. www.winterdrive.com Union Wireless 28950 Valley View Lane 970-819-7070 The Ore House 425 A Anglers Dr. 970-819-4401 Iconic Adventures www.grocerycompany.com at The Pine Grove 800-222-2355 1625 Mid Valley Dr. 1, Ste. 127 Event Planners Ski Town Grocery Delivery 1465 Pine Grove Rd. www.unionwireless.com 404-668-6836 970-879-1190 Last Call 3184 Ingles Lane, Unit F-5 www.iconicadventures.com Veterinarians www.orehouseatthepinegrove.com 144 Oak Ridge Cir., Oak Creek 970-291-1177 Dry Cleaners The Animal Healing Center 970-819-3668 www.skitowngrocery.com Riggio’s Ristorante & Laundromats 729 Oak St. www.lastcalleventplanning.com 1106 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-8933 970-879-9010 Resort Dry Cleaning The Main Event www.sacredpets.com www.riggiosfineitalian.com 2851 Riverside Plaza, Unit 130 970-879-9020 970-879-1598 Mt. Werner www.themaineventcolorado.com The Rusted Porch Veterinary Hospital Banquet & Reception 690 Marketplace Plaza, Ste. B7 Ski Town Cleaners, LLC One Fine Day Productions 35825 East U.S. 40 970-879-1455 Facilities 1815 Central Park Dr. 442 Oak St. 970-879-3486 www.therustedporch.com 970-879-0074 970-871-7431 8th Street Steakhouse www.mtwernervet.com www.skitowncleaners.com Sheraton Steamboat Resort www.weddingsinsteamboat.com 50 Eighth St. Pet Kare Clinic 2200 Village Inn Ct. 970-879-3131 Packing & Shipping Pinnacle Resort Management 102 Anglers Dr. 970-879-2220 www.8thstreetsteakhouse.com 2096 Indian Summer Dr. Federal Express 970-879-5273 www.sheratonsteamboatresort.com 970-879-0600 Bar Lazy L Family Inc. 2717 S. Copper Passage Rd. www.petkareclinic.com www.theporches.com Slopeside Grill 26480 County Rd. 52E 800-463-3339 Steamboat Veterinary 1855 Ski Time Square Dr. 970-879-1082 Rocky Peak Productions, LLC The UPS Store Hospital Torian Plum Plaza www.barlazylranch.com 970-879-0480 1815 Central Park Dr. 1878 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-2916 www.rockypeakproductions.com 970-879-1041 Bella Vista Estate, 970-879-6161 www.slopesidegrill.com www.steamboatveterinaryA Private Resort www.theUPSstore.com Sheraton Steamboat Resort hospitalpc.com The Steamboat Grand 31095 East U.S. 40 2200 Village Inn Ct. Printing Companies 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-4449 970-879-2220 970-871-5500 www.steamboat1.com Lone Oak Studio, Inc. www.sheratonsteamboatrewww.steamboatgrand.com 2570 S. Copper Frontage Rd., sort.com Catering The Boathouse Pub Unit 9 Steamboat Ski & 609 Yampa St. SoulSpark Events The Butler Did It 970-879-4889 Resort Corporation 970-879-4797 PO Box 773961 1 Ranch Rd., 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. www.boathousepubsteamNorthwest Graphics 970-819-3360 The Ranch at Steamboat 970-879-6111 boat.com 625 S. Lincoln Ave., Ste. 101 www.soulsparkevents.com 970-879-5154 www.steamboat.com 970-879-5444 www.butlerdidit.net bistro c.v. The Steamboat Grand www.nwgprint.com Steamboat Smokehouse 345 Lincoln Ave. 2300 Mt. Werner Cir. Fireside Catering 912 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4197 Poka Yoke Design 970-871-5500 37735 County Rd. 179 970-879-7427 www.bistrocv.com 970-457-4389 970-879-9922 www.steamboatgrand.com www.steamboatsmokehouse.com www.pokayoke.co www.steamboatcatering.com Catamount Ranch & Club Steamboat Ski & Sweetwater Grill 33400A Catamount Dr. PostNet Postal & JJRK Enterprises Resort Corporation 811 Yampa St. 970-871-9300 Business Services 400 Cherry Dr. 2305 Mt. Werner Cir. 970-879-9500 www.catamountranchclub.com 1625 Mid Valley Dr., Unit 1 970-846-5681 970-879-6111 www.thesweetwatergrill.com 970-871-9000 www.steamboat.com Cottonwood Grill Life Is Sweet! The Tap House www.steamboatpostnet.com 701 Yampa St. Team Player Productions 970-219-3560 Sports Grill 970-879-2229 Staples 1539 Platte St., Ste. 206 Denver www.lifeissweetco.com 729 Lincoln Ave. www.cottonwoodgrill.com 1600 Mid Valley Dr. 303-777-6887 970-879-2431 Local Flavor 970-879-5428 www.steamboatwinefestival.com www.thetaphouse.com Creekside Café 202 Sharp St., Oak Creek www.staples.com 131 11th St. Florists 970-846-1626 The Torian Plum 970-879-4925 Steamboat Pilot & Today www.localflavor.info Outdoor Event Tent Alpine Floral & Atrium www.creekside-cafe.com 1901 Curve Plaza 1847 Ski Time Square Dr. Marno’s Custom Catering 1475 Pine Grove Rd., 970-879-1502 970-879-8000 The Egg & I 3367 Apres Ski Way Pine Grove Center www.steamboatpilot.com www.wvrsteamboat.com 325 Anglers Dr. 970-879-4214 970-879-2682 970-871-4633 Steamboat Sign Company www.marnoscustomcatering.com www.steamboatspringsflowTruffle Pig www.theeggandirestaurants.com 129 Spruce St. ers.com Restaurant & Market Rex’s Events & Catering 970-879-7606 2250 Apres Ski Way Ghost Ranch, Inc. 3190 S. Lincoln Ave. One Fine Day Productions www.steamboatsigncompany. 970-879-7470 56 Seventh St. 970-870-0438 442 Oak St. com www.trufflepigrestaurant.com 970-879-9898 970-871-7431 www.ghostranchsteamboat.com www.weddingsinsteamboat.com

Event & Wedding Planning

Dining

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Boys & Girls Club

Education

Town of Oak Creek

Professional Ski Instructors

Government & Community

Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association

Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center

MainStreet Steamboat Springs

Steamboat Springs Youth

37500 East U.S. 40 of Steamboat 129 Nancy Crawford Blvd. of America - Rocky Mtns Colorado Mountain 325 Seventh St. 970-879-3766 Oak Creek 1890 Elk River Plaza College/Alpine Campus 970-871-3160 www.safeway.com 970-736-2422 970-879-8335 1330 Bob Adams Dr. www.craigbgc.org www.yampavalley.info www.psia-rm.org Steamboat Floral & Gifts 970-870-4444 Elk Mtn. Lodge 118 A.F. & United States Postal Service Rocky Mountain Youth Corps 435 Lincoln Ave. www.coloradomtn.edu A.M. (Masons) 200 Lincoln Ave. 1705 13th St. 970-879-1424 Elk River Ranch, Inc. 111 Eighth St. 970-879-8360 970-879-2135 www.steamboatfloral.com 43100 County Rd. 44 970-879-2154 www.usps.com www.rockymountainyouthTall Tulips Flower Shop 970-819-3236 corps.org 685 Marketplace Plaza, Grand Futures Nonprofit Emerald Mountain School Prevention Coalition Nicholas Rose/Steamboat West Unit C-6 Advocates Building 818 Oak St. 445 Anglers Dr., Ste. 2-G 970-879-0404 970-879-0555 Peaceful Communitites 970-879-8081 970-879-6188 www.talltulipsflowershop.com 970-879-2034 Rotary of Steamboat www.emeraldmountainwww.grandfutures.org Formal Wear 970-879-4595 school.org American Cancer Society Historic Routt County Allen’s Routt County Fair Association PO Box 775415 First Impressions 842 Lincoln Ave., Ste. 3 828 Lincoln Ave. 398 S. Poplar St., Hayden 970-879-1999 of Routt County 970-875-1305 970-879-0351 970-276-3068 www.cancer.org 135 Sixth St. www.historicrouttcounty.org www.routtcountyfair.org 970-870-5270 Photographers CILS Benefactors Inc. Horizons Specialized Services www.firstimpressionso1815 Central Park Dr. Routt County Riders Andy Barnhart Photography 405 Oak St. frouttcounty.org 970-460-1232 970-819-1174 970-846-1163 970-879-4466 www.cils.net/web www.routtcountyriders.org Ignite Steamboat www.andybarnhart.com www.horizonsnwc.org 42485 Deerfoot Lane Colorado State University Ski Town USA Lions Club Corey Kopischke Photography Kiwanis Club of Steamboat 970-870-0467 Extension Routt County Oak Creek 970-846-2141 970-879-3633 www.ignitesteamboat.com 136 Sixth St., Courthouse Annex 970-879-5839 www.coreykopischke.com www.yampavalley.info 970-879-0825 Laurel Street School STARS - Steamboat Adaptive Kinghorn Productions Lift-Up of Routt County www.rcextension.colostate.edu & Family Center Recreational Sports 2125 Curve Ct. 970-846-0725 582 Laurel St. The Foundation - Steamboat 970-871-5371 970-870-0727 970-879-7776 Proper Exposure Springs Winter Sports Club www.steamboatstars.com www.liftupofrouttcounty.org www.laurelstreetschool.com Photography 35 Fifth St., Ste. 206 Steamboat Mountain 737 Lincoln Ave. Partners in Routt County Mountain Learning Network 970-761-0033 Village Partnership 970-879-1961 1370 Bob Adams Dr. www.sswscfoundation.com 75 Fifth St. 970-871-6786 www.kenproperphotography.com CMC-Bogue Hall, Ste. 218 970-870-3050 Hahns Peak Area Steamboat Springs 970-879-6141 www.mountainlearningnetShauna Lamansky Historical Society Arts Council www.partnersrouttcounty.org work.org Photographic Designer Hahns Peak Village, Clark 1001 13th St. 928 Lincoln Ave., Unit 108 Planned Parenthood 970-846-2991 The Steamboat Institute 970-879-9008 of the Rocky Mtns 970-879-6213 27855 Whitewood Dr., Ste. 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Steamboat Central

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The Travel Center at Steamboat

Gas Stations

Storm Mountain Express

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White Hart Gallery

Steamboat Shoe Market

F. M. Light and Sons

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