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Steamboat Springs is home to unparalleled views, fresh air, and an abundance of recreation, making it the ideal destination for a vacation in the great outdoors. With endless summer activities, there’s something here for everyone. To maintain the natural beauty of the Yampa Valley and ensure the future of tourism here, it’s essential to know what you can do to take part in sustaining and preserving our community and surroundings so that Mother Nature can continue to provide us with plenty of opportunities for fun in the sun.

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LEAVE NO TRACE. Whether you’re hiking, biking, camping, or just strolling the streets of Downtown Steamboat, it’s important to adhere to our “Leave No Trace” policy. Steamboat partnered with the Colorado Tourism Office to inform visitors and locals alike on how to protect our beautiful county and preserve what makes it so special for generations to come.

RESPECT THE YAMPA.

Here are a few tips to ensure that you “leave no trace.”

One of the highlights of Steamboat Springs is the

Do your research. Make a plan ahead of time and know what amenities and options you have with your activities. If you’re planning for a day hike, make sure to know where to park, if there are public restrooms available, dog leash policies, and of course, bring a trail map. Bring a reusable water bottle to limit waste and stay hydrated in our dry climate. Plan out your hikes to stick to trails, avoid shortcuts, and be aware of wildlife.

beautiful Yampa River flowing through downtown. We are so lucky to have river recreation out our back doors, but with that comes the responsibility to keep the river healthy so we can continue to have fun on the water. Maintaining the cleanliness of the river not only provides healthy fisheries for world-class fly fishing but also allows for other river recreation like kayaking, paddleboarding, and of course, tubing.

Leave things like plants, rocks, and campsites as you

While tubing the Yampa is a definite favorite summer

found them, and avoid carving or cutting plants and

activity, making sure you do it safely and responsibly is

trees to maintain the natural and healthy surroundings.

of utmost importance. Tubing season typically begins

Most importantly, “pack it in, pack it out” when it comes

in July and lasts through August, but this is dependent

to trash, and make sure you leave a place even cleaner

on snow-melt and rainfall. We’ve experienced very

than you found it. Not only does maintaining trash keep

dry summers for the past few years and have had river

a clean area for yourself and future visitors, but it also

closures as early as the beginning of July, cutting off all

keeps our wildlife safer.

recreation on public water on the Yampa. Before you grab your tube for a float, make sure the river is open for recreation and safe for tubing. Also, keep in mind some basic safety tips including, wearing a life jacket, wearing shoes with straps (no flip-flops), properly store your valuables, keep hold of your trash for proper disposal, and absolutely no glass on the river. The most reliable way to tube the Yampa or enjoy other recreation like fishing or kayaking is through a local outfitter.

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HIT THE TRAILS.

wildlife. If you encounter wildlife, make sure to keep

Among Steamboat’s most popular summer activities are

a safe distance and later alert other trail users of the

hiking and biking on our many miles of trails. Following

encounter so they’re aware of the general location. Make

proper trail etiquette will lead to a more pleasurable

sure you can maintain awareness of your surroundings

experience for both you and others.

—keep music to a minimum so you can hear any wildlife

First of all, know your right-of-way and follow trail signage. Generally, anyone coming uphill has the rightof-way. If you’re descending the trail, kindly give space to the people climbing up. Bikers yield to hikers and horses, and hikers yield to horses or other pack stock. As a biker, when you approach a hiker, it’s best to come to a complete stop or move to the side to give the hiker the right of way. If you approach a hiker from the same direction, gently announce yourself as hoping to pass so they are aware you’re behind them on their right or left. Lastly, it’s important to make sure that you’re aware of trail systems and what types of activities are allowed there—some trails are biking only or foot traffic only, so you want to have a plan beforehand to know where to go. Additionally, be mindful of your surroundings and

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that may be around you. And do your best to avoid damaging plant life and vegetation, following the Leave No Trace tips for maintaining the natural beauty of our trail systems.


PREVENT WILDFIRES. In the words of Smokey Bear, “only you can prevent forest fires.” As we’ve experienced some record drought summers recently and low snowpack, preventing fires has never been more important. Our dry climate and warm temperatures draw many people to the area to escape hot and humid summers in other parts of the country, but the conditions here also create an environment that’s susceptible to fire danger. Across the state, wildfire conditions and regulations may vary, so before you head out for a weekend of camping, it’s important to note what the current policies are and to know how you can safely and responsibly enjoy your campsite.

Management is a great resource for the most up-todate information in the area. Assuming there isn’t a fire ban in place and campfires are allowed, make sure your campfire is small and manageable and preferably in a designated fire ring. Never let a fire burn unattended, and make sure to fully extinguish it with water until cool to the touch before leaving your campsite or going to sleep. Avoid using fireworks or anything with an open flame. Properly dispose of trash and cigarettes, and don’t place things like cans, bottles, or plastic in the campfire. Most importantly, if you don’t feel that the conditions are safe enough to light a campfire, err on the side of caution and avoid starting one. For more information

Make sure to check the local restrictions before you set

on how you can safely prevent forest fires, visit

up camp. Checking the Colorado Division of Emergency

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JULY

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Pro Rodeo Series

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Steamboat Springs Pro Rodeo Series

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Farmers Market

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First Friday Artwalk

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Emerald Mountain Epic (Stmbt Stinger)

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Farmers Market

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OT Hot Springs Flip Flop Fundraiser

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Pro Rodeo Series

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Music On the Green – Botanical Park

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4th of July Celebration

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Pro Rodeo Series

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Music On the Green – Botanical Park

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Routt County Fair

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Pro Rodeo Series

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Farmers Market

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Farmers Market

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SBT GRVL

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Art In The Park

Steamboat Triathlon

Hot Air Balloon Rodeo

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Music On the Green – Botanical Park

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Music On the Green – Botanical Park

20-21

Pro Rodeo Series

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Steamboat Ramble Gravel Ride

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Farmers Market

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Snow Bowl Music – BIG Something

Continental Divide Trail Run

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Pro Rodeo Series

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Pro Rodeo Series

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Farmers Market

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Farmers Market

Tour de Steamboat

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Snow Bowl Music – 40 Oz to Freedom

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2021 Yampa Valley Crane Festival

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Farmers Market

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First Friday Artwalk

Spring Creek Memorial Run

3-6

Sidewalk Sale

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The Red Rider Mtn Bike Event

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Farmers Market

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Pro Rodeo Series

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Steamboat Stage Race

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Steamboat Lake Triathlon

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Labor Day Celebration

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Music On the Green – Botanical Park

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Steamboat OktoberWest

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Snow Bowl Music – Andy Frasco

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Farmers Market

30-31

Pro Rodeo Series

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Run Rabbit Run 50 & 100-mile race

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Farmers Market

17-24

SAM Plein Air Painting Event

31- 1

Revolution Enduro

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Gynecology Conference 2021

AUGUST

23-26

Steamboat Food & Wine Festival

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Music On the Green – Botanical Park

27-28

Pro Rodeo Series closing weekend

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Downtown Chili Challenge

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CHEE-YUN

DANIEL RODRIGUEZ

THE SWEET LILLIES

STRINGS M U S I C F E S T I VA L

FOR OUR 34TH SEASON WE’VE LINED UP: • Over 40 SUMMER PERFORMANCES • Classical music featuring Strings Festival Orchestra members, hand-picked from top U.S. orchestras • World-class music for all tastes on indoor and outdoor stages • Free Music on the Green concerts at the Yampa River Botanic Park SELECTED HIGHLIGHTS Limited capacity in the Strings Pavilion: book your table for four! Sat-Sun Jun 26-27 OPENING WEEKEND! Chee-Yun Plays Vivaldi Celebrate a new season of classical music Wed Jul 7

Spektral Quartet Grammy-nominees bring magic of French composers

Wed Jul 14

Cliburn Bronze Medalist Sean Chen Celebrated pianist performs Ravel, Debussy, and Schumann

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Invoke: American Postcards and Classical Roots

“Versatile and musically adventurous, way more than classical” -Capital Gazette

CLASSICAL FINALE: Dvořák & Brahms All-star festival string ensemble

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Pete Sands & the Drifters Country, rock, blues, and a lot of desert attitude

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Trout Steak Revival Winners of Telluride Bluegrass Band Competition

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Daniel Rodriguez

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The Sweet Lillies Heartfelt and collaborative music from this acoustic string trio

Sun Jul 25

Mipso Lush, harmony-laden Americana with southern roots and modern progressions

“A timeless voice, deep and hearty, weathered but comforting.” -Boulder Weekly

... plus more on our Outdoor Stage!

MANY MORE CONCERTS ON SALE NOW Limited capacity: buy your tickets now!

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THE MARKET AT A GLANCE

STEAMBOAT • SINGLE FAMILY HOMES

STEAMBOAT • CONDOS/TOWNHOMES

Median Sold Price

Median Sold Price

$1.1M

$738K

$807K

$1.63M

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In comparison to other resort areas in the Western region, Steamboat still offers great value. Whether looking for a modest ski-in/ski-out condo or a luxury single family home, there is something for buyers in all price points. We can help you find the perfect place for your needs, your budget and your dreams.

STEAMBOAT COMPARED TO OTHER RESORTS

$1.12M

$1.11M

$975K

$938K

$531K

$418K

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$1.35M

CRESTED BUTTE

TELLURIDE

$1.54M

SUN VALLEY

JACKSON HOLE

$1.57M

BRECKENRIDGE

$1.63M

LAKE TAHOE

$2.31M

PARK CITY

$2.72M

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$7.24M ASPEN

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2020 Average Sold Price and Units Sold • Condominiums, Towhomes & Single Family Homes


STEAMBOAT SPRINGS MARKET SNAPSHOT REAL ESTATE TRENDS OVER THE PAST 19 YEARS

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SALES $1M–$2M

SALES $2M–$4M

SALES OVER $4M

SALES OVER $6M

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WHAT DEFINES

STEAMBOAT STYLE? Gone are the days of traditional mountain home interiors, demarcated by iconic references like log, stone, and antlers. With the influx of home buyers from all over the country, “Steamboat style” is no longer defined by a Ralph Lauren ideal of the American West. “Our niche is change,” says Olivia Kimmeth, a Steamboatbased interior designer and owner of Olivia’s Home Furnishings. “With people who are moving here from all over the country, our definition of mountain modern has changed, and we have to change with it.” Olivia asks her clients to start the design process using Steamboat’s beautiful surroundings as inspiration. “When clients ask me where to start, I have them take a moment to look out at the mountains. That is our canvas. That’s why people move here.” If the only constant is change, there are still some things that stay the same. Olivia gives us the rundown on what the term “Steamboat Style” means today.

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BREAKING DOWN THE BARRIERS. Unlike the more rustic mountain lodge-style homes of the past, today’s mountain home features open floorplans with tall ceilings, big windows, and lots of light. “The goal is to capture the views with as much glass as possible,” she says. Most remodel projects begin with tearing down walls, and architects are designing more modern homes with open spaces intended for gathering. “There are no more individual rooms where you are separated. The idea is to create a space for friends and family to come together.”

PUTTING IT IN NEUTRAL. “The majority of homes we do are a neutral palette, especially on the walls,” Olivia says. Gone are the heavy materials associated with mountain homes like log, wood, and stone. “You might have one accent wall that references those materials, like in a bedroom to make it feel cozy, but mostly we’re seeing materials like Venetian plaster with a very smooth finish. No more textured walls.” Pops of color are achieved with rugs, accessories, and furniture, but overall, it’s a more minimalist, modern vibe. “The rule is less is more,” Olivia says. “And wall paper is coming back in style, adding color and texture.”

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CITY MEETS MOUNTAINS. When it comes to the definition of a “mountain-specific interior,” it’s now a matter of personal taste. “In the last year and a half, we’ve had people moving here from all over the country; California, Texas, New York, Chicago,” Olivia says. That means having to adjust to a wide variety of styles and sensibilities, but it also means urban influences are making their way into the Steamboat design landscape. Instead of wood and stone, think cable lines, steel beams, a lot of iron. “We’re seeing a lot of that industrial look that’s very modern. There’s definitely an urban influence,” Olivia says.

A NEW BREED OF MUDROOM. “In Steamboat, we are known for our mudrooms,” Olivia says. This is the space that is located between the garage and the kitchen where all of our mountain lifestyle items—from muddy boots and snow-soaked jackets to helmets and enough gear to fill a retail store—can be stored easily and efficiently for the next day’s adventure. Olivia says the traditional mudroom just got a facelift and has been replaced by an atrium, a room full of windows and glass. “The whole area is designed to let in those views, so before you walk into the home, you go through this shiny room with a lot of light and glass,” she says. When it comes to Steamboat style, the mudroom, like most every other part of the house, has become even more elevated. //oliviashomefurnishings.com

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ENTREPRENEURS FIND THEIR FOOTING— AND INSPIRATION— IN THE YAMPA VALLEY.

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When it comes to businesses that began in Steamboat, people often think of Smartwool, a company that found its footing—literally—in 1994 when it began with socks made from Merino wool. The company grew exponentially over the next two decades and evolved from making socks to a full apparel line with everything from underwear and jackets to hiking skirts. It also became one of Routt County’s largest employers until it was acquired by VF Corporation, and its headquarters were moved to Denver last year. Others that come to mind might be Honey Stinger, Big Agnes, or Boa Technology, all of who have experienced great success in Steamboat, growing their brands to national recognition over the years. Steamboat’s active mountain lifestyle has inspired many young entrepreneurs, but community support is what ultimately led these young companies to success. “It’s been a wonderful place to launch a start-up,” says Andrew Beckler, who revolutionized the ski pole market with his company, Grass Sticks. He was able to launch the brand in part with a grant he won from the Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center (YVEC) in 2015. “It would be hard without the support of the local community,” he says. Funded by Colorado Mountain College, the City of Steamboat, and Routt County, YVEC supports local start-ups with an office-based incubator, one-on-one counseling, seminars, and other programs. Beckler is one of several successful local start-ups that made their dreams come true in Steamboat, with likely many more to follow.

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HARVEST SKIS Eric Baker’s initial obsession was shaping surfboards, but he quickly realized how impractical that might be for someone who lived in Steamboat. Instead, he turned his attention to making skis. “I knew people who were building skis in their garage and was inspired,” Baker says. Baker went so far as to show up unannounced at a ski manufacturer in Denver. “I just knocked on the door and spent a couple of days there sweeping floors and just absorbed whatever I could.” What ultimately launched Baker’s career as a ski manufacturer was a ski and snowboard product design class he took at Colorado Mountain College. Not only did Baker win the branding and design competition, but he was also the first student in the program’s history to do the manufacturing himself. He made 30 pairs of skis—one for every student in the class—and his business was off and running. “That class was really what helped push me. It was really motivating,” he says. Later, Baker got an office space in the YVEC incubator and spent a year absorbing everything he could from mentors and other resources. “It was a great experience and a really cool program,” he says. After founding Harvest Skis and manufacturing out of his garage, he eventually partnered with Never Summer Industries in Denver to produce all his skis. Since then, his business has grown tenfold from that original run. Today SKIER ROBBY BROWN, PHOTO BY CHRISTIAN RAGUSE

Harvest offers four models (freestyle/park, all mountain, powder, and touring) and sold over 375 skis this season alone. He moved the company headquarters to an alpaca farm 10 minutes outside of town where customers can test out skis on a hill on the property. Still, Baker says, he’s a small boutique brand who does everything as close to home as he can. “It’s still a one-man show,” he says. “If you reach out to customer service, that’s going to be me.” //harvestskis.com

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GRASS STICKS “When you talk to other skiers, they get so amped up about skis and boots and jackets, but no one ever talks about their ski poles,” says Andrew Beckler, founder of Grass Sticks. “I wanted to make a ski pole people were excited about and back it up with performance.” His goal was to make something light and strong but also eye-catching. In 2015, Beckler left his post as a ski instructor to focus on just that. He experimented with various pole materials, basket sizes, and grips and eventually settled on bamboo. “It’s a renewable resource that’s also light, strong, and beautiful,” he says. That year, Beckler benefitted from YVEC when he won a small business plan competition and was awarded a $10,000 grant that helped him get up and running. “It’s incredible to have that program here, and to have that support from the city meant a lot to the business.” Like other Steamboat-based entrepreneurs, Beckler was inspired by his surroundings and ultimately was able to make his vision a reality by building a product he knew would appeal to locals. “We established our roots with the local market, and it just snowballed from there,” Beckler says. “Now we’re just trying to manage our growth, which is a great problem to have.” That first winter, Beckler made ski poles out of his kitchen, and four years later, Outside magazine named Grass Sticks the Best Ski Poles of 2019. Today he has a full-fledged commercial space and managed a production run of 2,000 units this year alone, including a large order from REI. In addition to high performance, Grass Sticks are beautiful exposed bamboo and can be customized with a wide array of brightly colored grips and baskets, or can be dolled up with graphic straps (aloha flowers or tie-dye, anyone?) and engraving. Now that’s a ski pole worth talking about. //grasssticks.com

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HALA When it comes to finding inspiration in your surroundings, having a river run through it—literally—was a dream come true for Peter Hall, founder of Hala Gear Stand Up Paddle Boards. As a kayaker and a surfer, Hall’s desire to surf the Yampa River was pure instinct, but he had no equipment to do it. “No one was making equipment for whitewater paddle boarding, so I picked up a cheap inflatable paddle board that was basically a glorified pool toy and was taking that down the river. I started trying to design and make equipment I would want to use.” Hall started with a pen and paper, sketching his designs and figuring it out as he went. It turned out to be a very lengthy (and costly) process, but one that would yield many breakthroughs and set a standard for the burgeoning SUP industry. “Other companies often look to us as an indicator of where the technology is headed,” he says. “We’re a small company making the best product on the market in each sector.” His patented innovations include the double-bladed paddle (similar to what kayakers use), a retractable fin system called the Stomp Box, and double-stack technology that uses multiple layers to shape the edge of the board. Today, Hala Gear has a complete line of boards and paddles in every category from $899–$1,499. Their boards span from family float boards to whitewater paddle surfboards and boards made for tackling big waves in the ocean. GearSpace is their downtown Steamboat storefront location on Yampa Street where you can demo the gear and check out their products in person. “The surroundings here are amazing. You can figure out how to make better products because you’re always looking for new ways to explore, and ultimately that’s why Steamboat is an awesome place to develop product.” //halagear.com

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MOOTS Founded in 1981, Moots just celebrated its 40th anniversary and isn’t exactly young anymore, but the bike manufacturer’s long-term success shows that companies born in Steamboat can stay and thrive in Steamboat. “We started right here in Steamboat with our original founder who is passionate about building the bikes he wanted to ride, and the company has continued with that same mantra,” says Moots owner Brent Whittington. “Our DNA is here in Steamboat where road, mountain, and gravel biking are readily available.” Bikes with titanium frames have always been Moots’ signature. “It’s the best material to make the best bikes,” Whittington says. Founded in 1981 by Kent Eriksen, the company has had three owners in its 40year history and remained locally owned. The high-end titanium bikes are hand-crafted by a team of talented and passionate cyclists who have put in the miles both on the bike and in the company. “The real credit goes to the team and to their passion. We don’t make entrylevel bikes. We only make the best. To have the talent here in this community speaks for itself.” What began with a custom steel road frame has evolved into a full-fledged manufacturer of road, mountain, cross, gravel, and specialty bikes. “We really love cycling. It’s not just about craftsmanship and understanding what it means to build a bike, but understanding how it should ride. That passion shows through in our product,” Whittington says. “We do not compromise. We build the best possible bike. If you lead with quality and your team believes in what they’re doing, you’re always going to have a product that sells itself.” // moots.com

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HIT THE GRAVEL ROAD STEAMBOAT’S NEWEST BIKE CRAZE Steamboat has always been bike-obsessed. From the extensive network of single-track trails that make it a world-class mountain bike destination to the fitness-obsessed road biking community, Steamboat is known as much for its biking as for its skiing. Those are only a few of the reasons Steamboat snagged the honors of being referred to as Bike Town USA®.

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It’s really no surprise that gravel biking caught on in

only become super popular in the last five years,” says

one of the world’s most bike-friendly cities and spread

Amy Charity, a former pro cyclist and US National Team

like wildfire, creating a whole new sport seemingly

member who lives in Steamboat. The coach, author,

overnight. “Some hardcore road cyclists who would

motivational speaker is also a Partner of SBT GRVL, an

ride on virtually any surface imaginable might argue

annual gravel event that was founded in 2019 and hosted

that gravel biking has always been around, but it’s really

over 1,500 riders in its inaugural event.

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Gravel biking is, in fact, the fastest growing category in cycling according to OutsideOnline.com who reported that in 2017, shipments of gravel bikes added $26.9 million in new business, more than any other category. Manufacturers are expanding their gravel bike and gear offerings while mixed-terrain events continue to crop up around the country. Two of those events, including SBT GRVL and Gravel Fest, are hosted in Steamboat Springs.

SO WHAT EXACTLY IS GRAVEL BIKING? We caught up with Amy Charity to find out. WHAT IT IS.

you’re going.” It’s also a lot safer. “Crashing is never

“Gravel biking encompasses riding anything that’s not

fun, but dirt is just softer and more forgiving than

pavement, so it’s pretty broad,” she says. “But for the most

pavement,” Charity says. “And it’s nice that there’s a

part, it’s about riding the kind of dirt roads that you’re

lot less car traffic on these roads than on the few road

likely to find in and around Steamboat, rural backcountry

routes we do have.” It’s a little more comfortable than

roads that are commonly found in ranch country.”

road cycling, thanks to frame geometry with a longer wheel base, wider tires, and a frame designed to absorb

WHY IT’S AWESOME.

the vibration. Finally, it’s easy to learn. “Anyone can

Gravel biking allows riders to explore rural roads that

jump on a gravel bike and start riding,” Charity says.

don’t have the kind of traffic you’ll find on the road,

“It’s not technical like mountain biking; there’s really

but aren’t typically as grueling as a mountain bike trail.

no learning curve. You just hop on the bike and go. It

“The terrain is variable, so you can choose to ride a flat

allows us to discover and explore new areas around

road, rolling hills, or a climb. Mountain biking, at least

Routt County that we may have never visited before

in Steamboat, typically starts with a climb to get where

gravel rides.”

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to tackle a variety of surfaces and are sturdier and more robust than traditional road bikes, with an increased gear range to tackle a wider variety of terrain. They have a longer wheelbase for more stability and a frame geometry that puts the rider in a more upright position for greater comfort over longer distances. At the end of the day though, it’s all about the tires. “There’s a variety of widths and treads you can use on any given day depending on the terrain and the conditions,” Charity says, admitting she indeed has a quiver of tires in her garage. A gravel bike tire is going to be around 38 mm wide, right in between a typical mountain bike tire (around 50 mm) and a road bike tire (around 25 mm). “Riders will use everything from a beefy tread to a slick tire depending on the route and desired speed.”

HOW TO GET STARTED. “Any bike shop in town will have gravel bikes to rent,” Charity says. With routes varying in length and difficulty,

WHY IT’S SO POPULAR IN STEAMBOAT.

there’s something for everyone. Time to hit the (not

“Steamboat has over 600 miles of gravel roads to explore,”

paved) road. //sbtgrvl.com

Charity says. “If you’re riding only paved roads, it’s pretty limited in terms of the routes we have, so you end up doing the same rides over and over.” Better yet, the terrain in the wide-open expanses of the surrounding ranchland is perfect for more gentle routes. Believe it or not, it’s also fast. “The top riders at SBT GRVL averaged speeds of over 21 miles per hour,” Charity says. “Keep in mind that was on a course that was 144 miles.”

WHAT KIND OF BIKE YOU NEED. Let’s face it, cyclists in general are tech geeks, and gravel biking is no exception. A gravel bike is similar to a road bike but with a frame geometry that’s designed to accommodate a wider tire and also uses disc brakes, which are much safer and more responsive than traditional road bike brakes. Gravel bikes are designed

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FROM PILLAR TO POST EVERYTHING TO KNOW ABOUT BUILDING YOUR DREAM HOME

After a potentially long and arduous search, careful due diligence, and maybe a hectic or stressful purchase process, you’ve finally purchased your slice of land in Routt County. To the uninitiated buyer, the next step, how to actually get your house designed and built, can be daunting, with a myriad of unanswered questions and a nebulous idea of where to start.

The Broker will likely have painted some manner

must choose an approach with which they are most

of background picture about the process so that the

comfortable after considering the pros and cons of

new owner is not completely in the dark. The big

each. Erik Lobeck from WorkshopL, a full-service

question – which comes first…the builder or the

design and design-build firm in Steamboat Springs,

architect? Chicken or egg? There are multiple project

gives us the scoop on what to expect and what the

delivery mechanisms available. Ultimately the owner

options are once you’ve purchased land in Routt County.

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WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS WHEN IT COMES TO DESIGNING AND BUILDING YOUR NEW HOME? ARCHITECT AND BUILDER. This collaboration to bring a project to fruition has been a time-tested approach to getting things built. Architect and builder contracts are negotiated separately, and the team comes together. The project does not go out to bid; rather, the builder builds the project for a fee negotiated with the client. There is a built-in system of checks and balances. The builder can assist in ensuring the project meets the client’s budget at every step of the process and has their finger on the pulse of labor costs, construction methods, and commodity pricing. The architect acts as a client advocate, ensuring the client’s best interests are kept in mind during the budgeting and construction process.

DESIGN BUILD. This is an integrated approach often preferred by owners who have the desire to have one point of contact for reasons of simplicity. With this simplicity comes pros and cons to be weighed out by the buyer. Depending upon the entity, there may be efficiencies in terms of the sum total of the Design and Build fee as compared to the independent fees of separate design and construction entities. The important caveat is that the ease of one point of contact may come with the potential for a diminished system of checks and balances and possibly less transparency. As an owner, it’s important to make sure someone is an advocate for your best interests and that you are included in the discussions and decisions that are integral to the Design Build process.

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MODULAR.

DESIGN + BID + BUILD.

The advantages of modular are a compressed

With this process, the house design is completed,

construction timeline and somewhat lower completion

and the project is sent to multiple builders for a

costs with fewer variables. However, to achieve these

“bid” to construct the project. Based upon multiple

benefits, sacrifices will likely need to be made. Is the

completed bids and contractor qualifications, the

quality acceptable? Does it work in our difficult climate?

owner must choose which bid to accept. Without

Does it take advantage of the site? At the higher end,

going too deep into the pros and cons of this method,

many of these concerns go away, but a careful cost

the following must be kept in mind: Construction

analysis needs to take place to ensure that the modular

is all about the allocation of risk. Fixed bids will

really does have advantages in terms of quality and

reflect the potential unknown of a project, and it is

cost. Additionally, you’ll want to consider transport

important to know that you get what you pay for.

costs—shipping to a remote location like Steamboat may sink the ship with a higher-end product, outweighing other benefits to the modular option.

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YOU’VE DETERMINED A PROCESS… WHAT ELSE SHOULD YOU CONSIDER? YOU’VE DETERMINED A PROCESS… WHAT SHOULD YOU CONSIDER? FUNDING ELSE THE PROJECT. HOW LONG DOES

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Regardless of whether the project is all cash or

THE PROCESS TAKE?

financed by a bank, having some idea of the size of the

This may be obvious, but don’t expect to choose a

“piggy bank” for the project is important to convey to

team in May and build in June. Quality design and

both builder and designer. The builder can provide an

optimization take time. The traditional Steamboat

average cost per square foot for construction for “area

cycle begins design in late summer or early fall for a

under roof ” (finished living space + garage + covered

build beginning the following summer. That said, the

decks) based on a rough description of the intended

current real estate boom has affected the traditional

quality and complexity of the structure. Using that

cycle. Build time varies by house size and complexity,

figure, simple math yields a baseline square footage

but 9–12 months for a smaller home and 2–3 years for a

for the design of the future home. For example, a

larger custom home are reasonable estimates.

$1,500,000 budget divided by $470 per sf yields

Designing and building a custom home is a substantial

3,190 available sf under roof. When you deduct the

time and monetary commitment. Good vendors

space for a 575 sf two-car garage, you end up with

can help make the process as painless as possible,

about 2,600 sf for finished living space and exterior

and while writing large checks during the process

patios to build while maintaining your overall budget.

may never be fun, the end product will hopefully

The designer can utilize that information to right-size

delight and be of a value greater than the sum of the

the house for the budget.

expenditure. //workshopL.com

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THE MAD LADIES OF STEAMBOAT A HISTORY OF PERRY-MANSFIELD We all know Steamboat as an Olympian-producing ski

equestrian program that is the oldest English riding

town mecca where cowboys pull skiers down Main

program in the country west of the Mississippi.

Street during Winter Carnival. But what a lot of people don’t know is Steamboat is also home to Perry-Mansfield, the oldest continuously operating performing arts school and camp in the country. Every summer, it attracts 250 students from across the country and showcases over twenty performances. There’s also an

What’s even more fascinating is its history. Founded in 1913 by Charlotte Perry and Portia Mansfield, the vision was to create a theatre and dance camp in the mountains. It’s wild to imagine these women, who were later dubbed by locals as “the mad ladies of Steamboat,” landing in a pioneer town full of ranchers and miners

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with a mission to teach “natural dance forms” and “artistic expression close to creatures and mountains and out of doors.” How progressive they must have seemed, dancing in fields of wildflowers at the PerryMansfield campus in Strawberry Park, where the non-profit organization still exists today, in long flowing skirts. They were so progressive, in fact, that the prestigious summer program is still operating under the same principles today. “It’s very interesting that they chose this location and that we’re still here,” says Executive Director Toni Quick. “What’s happened here for over 100 years makes Steamboat what it is today. It was a wild western town that has softened because of this arts camp. It exposed Steamboat to people from all over the world who came here to study dance and theatre.” “The Ladies” (as people within the organization still affectionately refer to them) tried starting their first camp in 1913 in Eldora, outside of Boulder, but the weather proved to be too cold. The Perry family was from Denver, and they were familiar with the Steamboat area because they held mining interests in the Oak Creek Mine. The women found the property in Strawberry Park and operated there from 1914 until 1965 when they transferred ownership and gifted the camp to Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri. “It was a women’s college that offered dance and theatre instruction, so there had been some faculty overlap,” Quick says. “If you were a dance major, you were required to do summer study here.”

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In 1990, Stephens College was going to sell the camp, and a group of local residents and alumni rallied to purchase the camp from the college. The resulting nonprofit, “Friends of Perry-Mansfield Inc.,” closed on the property in 1992. “Throughout all this time, we’ve operated in much the same vein,” Quick says, continuously offering dance and theatre as well as the equestrian program. “It goes back to The Ladies being very deliberate about where they placed the camp when they retired. That mission and that vision were so important. Everyone realized what a treasure it was, so the community stepped in to protect it from being sold for development.” That effort paid off. The summer program and its facilities still thrive today, with the same rustic vibe still intact. “We are still operating pretty much the same way they did,” Quick says. “Most of our buildings are not winterized and we get lousy cell phone reception.” Even still, participants hand in their phones and are only allowed to check them once a week to foster full immersion study. “I think it’s harder for the parents than it is for the kids,” she says. Every year, students from all over the country audition for coveted spots in the summer programs and a chance to train with some of the nation’s finest dance and theatre professionals. Even though “The Ladies” are no longer with us (Perry died in 1983 and Mansfield in 1979), their spirit is still alive and well at a small dance and performing arts camp, close to creatures, mountains, and the outdoors.

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Incredible duplex in a supreme location close to the ski resort. Each side has 5+ BD, 8 BA, elevator, 2 gourmet kitchens, 2 living spaces, wine closet, half baths on each floor, 2 large laundry rooms, exceptional finishes and spectacular views.

DARLINDA BALDINGER & CH LO E L AWRENCE O:

970. 879.780 0

C:

970. 846.7 192

D A R L I N D A . B A L D I N G E R @ S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M e a c h o f f i c e i s i n d e p e n d e n t l y o w n e d a n d o p e ra t e d

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N EW S UMME R P RICING

COVER PROPERT Y

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C2C2- 23 C2- 1

C1 - 6 C1 - 5 C1- 4 C 1 -3 C 1 -2 C 1 -1

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O N LY S I N G L E FA M I LY R I V E R F R O N T L O T S I N T O W N FROM

$1,075,000

RiverView is a once-in-a-lifetime residential and commercial development opportunity right along the Yampa River in downtown Steamboat Springs.

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M O S T P R I VAT E L O T I N C ATA M O U N T R A N C H

GORGEOUS VIEW LOT IN TIMBERS PRESERVE

$1, 395,000 # 5 7 8 9 5 8 0

$395,000 # S 1 7 1 2 3 1

360° views from Flat Tops to the Ski Area. Lot 10 has 6.48 acres and an incredible building site. Only 5 min to skiing, golf membership included.

35+ acre lot with an unbeatable location close to town and Steamboat Ski Area with majestic views overlooking the South Valley.

P E NDIN G

E A S Y O W N E R S H I P AT C H R I S T Y C L U B

# 1 R AT E D S K I - I N / S K I - O U T C O M P L E X

M O U N TA I N S I D E C O M M E R C I A L

$109,000 # 5 3 5 0 8 9 1

$765,000 # 2 5 4 0 8 0 0

$365,000 # 7 7 3 7 3 2 7

Incredible 3 BD slopeside complex with luxury accommodations and 5 star amenities.

Beautifully remodeled 2 BD, 2 BA with views. Gourmet kitchen with a large granite island.

This street-level space is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast/business owner. Grand amenities.

DARLINDA BALDINGER & CH LO E L AWRENCE S T E A M B O AT L O C A L B R O K E R S . C O M

O:

970. 879.780 0

C:

970. 819. 2150

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VICTORIAN UNDER THE GONDOLA B O R N I N 1 8 8 2 ; M O V E D T O S T E A M B O AT I N 1 9 9 1

O W N T H E M O S T I C O N I C H O M E I N S T E A M B O AT $4,950,000

#7232006

Located slopeside. Perfect for entertaining yet has space for solitude and tranquility. The home has been expanded over the years but has never lost its old-world charm.

9 BEDROOMS 10 B AT H R O O M S 3 FIREPL ACES C A R E TA K E R U N I T

u pdat e d k it ch e n g a m e ro om w it h wet bar m e di a ro om

CAROL MOORE C:

970. 846. 8686

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6,775 sq ft w rap - around deck s 2 private porches elevator

.75 ac r e s 3 - c a r g a r age w it h gu e st su it e a i r c on di t ion i ng

Come home to the mountains C A R O L M O O R E . S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M


S A N C T U A R Y AT S T E A M B O AT L A K E

$1,895,000 # 3 5 11 0 5 1 Spectacular and spacious 4 BD, 4.5 BA home on 5+ acres with incredible views and a functional open design with multiple living areas ideal for families to converse or spread out. An abundance of outdoor year-round activities awaits with Steamboat Lake State Park next door and other lakes and National Forest nearby. Come live, work and play in this serene environment.

C A R O LY N N I C K U M 970. 819.4192 C A R O LY N N I C K U M . S T E A M B O A T S I R . C O M

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B E A U T I F U L C ATA M O U N T H O M E

S K I - I N / S K I - O U T AT T O R I A N P L U M

$5, 500,000 # 2 1 9 2 7 2 0

$1,100,000 # 5 2 5 6 0 0 0

Located on lot 5 at Catamount Ranch & Club, this 8,099 sq ft custom home was designed Joe Patrick Robbins and overlooks the 10th fairway.

Stunning 2 BD/3 BA condo in the coveted Creekside at Torian Plum. Ski area views and high-end amenities with great rental potential.

S K I - I N / S K I - O U T AT S T O R M M E A D O W S

G R E AT L O C AT I O N AT T H E P I N E S

$675,000 # 3 0 5 7 8 8 5

$449,000 # 7 0 4 2 6 8 8

Completely remodeled 2 BD/2 BA ski-in/ski-out condo in the coveted Storm Meadows Club B building. Stunning panoramic ski area views.

Top floor 2 BD/2 BA condominium conveniently located near the free bus route and Steamboat Ski Area. Great valley views. Fully furnished.

LOT 9 I N SAGE WOOD

LOT 4 9 I N SAGE WOOD

$57,000 # 2 4 3 7 1 9 2

$49,750 # 3 5 4 8 8 3 3

One of the few remaining lots in the coveted Sagewood subdivision in beautiful Hayden. Very nice building site located near downtown.

Great building site in Hayden with 360° views. Build your dream home in a lovely community. Just a short drive from downtown and schools.

DAV I D B A L D I N G E R J R . O:

9 70. 879.78 0 0

C:

970. 846. 2560

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S T E A M B O AT W E S T

B U I L D Y O U R D R E A M H O M E I N M O N T V I E W PA R K

$14,000,000 # 6 8 11 2 7 8

$679,000 # 8 0 8 3 6 5 9

This 346 acres is one of the last undeveloped land parcels within the West Steamboat Master Plan Area. Contact Agent for more details.

Ski Area views from this unique building site directly in the heart of the mountain area. Caretaker unit allowed. Near the bus stop and base area.

SOLD

E U R O P E A N S T Y L E AT D A K O TA R I D G E

SOLD

A L P I N E V I S TA T O W N H O M E

$2,425,000 # 9 2 8 2 4 1 6

$1, 364, 250 # 6 4 1 4 6 4 9

Stunning Steamboat Ski Area views from this luxurious 4,512 sq ft home in Dakota Ridge. Remodeled with high end finishes throughout.

Luxurious 4 BD/4.5 BA end unit featuring 2,777 square feet of living space with high-end finishes & top quality craftmanship throughout.

SPOELNDD I N G

M E A D O W S AT E A G L E R I D G E S H E F F I E L D I I

SOLD

STUNNING SKI AREA KUTUK CONDOMINIUM

$799,000 # 4 2 5 5 3 3 8

$775,000 # 9 4 7 7 7 3 5

One of a kind 3BD/3BA unit at the Meadows at Eagleridge and one of the nicest down to the studs remodels around. Great rental potential.

Located in the coveted South Building, directly across the street from the Steamboat Ski Area. Remodeled 2 BD/2 BA with amazing views.

DAV I D B A L D I N G E R J R . O:

S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M

9 70. 879.78 0 0

C:

970. 846. 2560

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murphy-larsen ranch 50+ acre secluded homesites 20 miles from Steamboat Spectacular mountain views Hiking/riding trails, horse arena, XC skiing Western-style clubhouse Live lightly on the land S TA R T I N G AT

And exhale...

$675,000

M U R P H Y- L A R S E N . C O M

H O M E S I T E 11

$775,000

# 5 0 6125 8

50.01 Acres. Full Continental Divide view with open space, rolling aspens, privacy and trails to the National Forest.

$750,000

HOMESITE 3

# 9 0 813 82

51.91 Acres. Beautiful aspens, views of Sand Mountain and access to National Forest.

HOMESITE 6

HOMESITE 5

$750,000

# 5752255

50.35 Acres. Zirkle wilderness area views with a trail out the back door leading to year-round recreational opportunities.

$725,000

# 972 214 5

66.86 Acres. Southeast exposure, aspen groves and views of surrounding mountains.

HOMESITE 1

$675,000

# 8 9215 57

50.28 Acres Tucked away in mature aspen groves with easy access to the riding arena.

C I N D Y M A C G R AY O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

C:

970. 846.034 2

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Row Houses, Duplexes, Triplexes Located at the base of the Ski Mountain Mtn living re-imagined for the modern pioneer Variety of layout options Mountain-modern architecture Roof-top decks with big views S TA R T I N G AT

$1, 300,000

U R B A N S T R E E T S T E A M B O A T. C O M

T14 | U R B A N S T R E E T

$1,700,000

# 6 8 4 2127

Triplex Unit T14. 3-4 BD / 3.5 BA 2,728 SF / 2 car garage. Unobstructed view of the mountain. Expected completion – Fall 2022.

T15 | U R B A N S T R E E T

$1, 500,000

# 9 1 3 11 7 2

Triplex Unit T15. 3 BD / 2.5 BA / 2,174 SF / 2 car garage. Open layout and beautiful finishes. Expected completion – Fall 2022.

T 11 | U R B A N S T R E E T

$1,600,000

Triplex Unit T11. 3-4 BD / 3.5 BA / 2,728 SF/ 2 car garage. Soaring vaulted ceilings. Expected completion – Fall 2022.

T10 | UR BA N STR E ET

$1,400,000

#7980910

Triplex Unit T10. 3 BD / 2.5 BA / 2,174 SF/ 2 car garage. Located at the base of the mountain. Expected completion – Fall 2022.

C I N D Y M A C G R AY S T E A M B O AT H O M E S F O R S A L E . C O M

#9654440

O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

C:

970. 846.034 2

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1 0 0 PA R K P L A C E

$2,950,000

# 6330081

Row Houses at Park Place located in desirable neighborhood. 4 BD, 4.5 BA, 3,325 SF, luxury finishes and views of the ski mtn. Ready end of 2021.

LOT 70 SUNLIGHT NEIGHBORHOOD

$1,725,000

#3557637

4+ BD, 4.5 BA, 2,795 SF with wrap around deck and great views. Finish/upgrade options available. Expected completion – May 2022.

T H E B E S T VA L L E Y V I E W S

$2, 300,000

# 972 214 5

On 35 acres this 3+ bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 3,351 sq ft home has an open floorplan, high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows and views.

9 6 PA R K P L A C E

$2,850,000

# 9 615 25 0

Incredible opportunity in the heart of downtown. 4 BD, 4.5 BA, 3,275 SF, views, outdoor living space, upgrades available. Ready end of 2021.

LOT 54 SUNLIGHT NEIGHBORHOOD

$1,485,000

#3778268

Quality new construction. 3 BD, 3.5 BA, 2,427 SF with expansive views and a rooftop deck. Expected completion — April 2022.

R ARE FIND WITHIN CIT Y LIMITS

$1,175,000

# 475895 4

2 Acre lot nestled in the exclusive, but understated, Elkins Meadow neighborhood. Rural-like-living on paved roads only 2 miles to downtown.

C I N D Y M A C G R AY O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

C:

970. 846.034 2

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S T R AW B E R RY PA R K S T R A W B E R R Y PA R K R A N C H

$18, 500,000

# 6 74 0 0 7 9

A pristine 562 acre ranch just 5 minutes to town that is an ideal private retreat with significant future development value and gated access. An extraordinary property offering 1 mile of Soda Creek, fishing lake, several ponds, amazing Ski Area views and prime wildlife habitat.

THE VANATTA GROUP PAMVANATTA .COM

P A M V A N AT TA O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

C:

970. 291. 810 0

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ELK VU R ANCH

$6,850,000

# 810975 6

Situated on a ridge overlooking the Elk River, this ranch is one of Steamboat’s finest river properties and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The ranch offers 87 acres with epic views, 1 mile of the Elk River and an architecturally modern 4 BD home, just 6 miles from Steamboat.

M O U N TA I N L U X U R Y & V I E W S P E R F E C T E D

$4, 200,000

# 15 9 5 3 31

Amazing point-blank views of the Ski Area and Flat Tops from this gorgeous 4 BD custom home. The mountain modern home features quality finishes, open floorplan, 2 master suites, A/C, 5 Star+ Energy Rating, divine outdoor living spaces and beautiful mature landscaping.

P A M V A N AT TA O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

C:

970. 291. 810 0

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THE VANATTA GROUP PAMVANATTA .COM


A S P E N G L E N AT G R O U S E C R E E K

$4,495,000

# 3607588

Premium privacy and towering Aspens create a stunning setting on 41 acres with Grouse Creek running through. The 5 BD luxury log home hosts amazing Ski Area and valley views with a grand Great Room, private master suite, a carriage house and wonderful outdoor living spaces.

V I E W S & L U X U R Y AT G R O U S E C R E E K

$2,750,000

#7659404

Luxury log home on 35 acres with stunning views and privacy. The 5 BD home is well-appointed and hosts a main level master, gourmet kitchen, family room, office, multiple patios, detached shed and Morton barn. Owners enjoy a stocked pond, trails and abundant wildlife.

THE VANATTA GROUP PAMVANATTA .COM

P A M V A N AT TA O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

C:

970. 291. 810 0

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7 T H FA I R W AY AT R O L L I N G S T O N E

$2,195,000

#5323254

Great location on 7th fairway of Rollingstone Golf Course. Spacious 4 BD home, amazing views, quality finishes, recent updates, transferrable golf membership on a private cul-de-sac.

S K I - I N / S K I - O U T S L O P E S I D E AT E D G E M O N T

$1,975,000

#2827965

Corner unit overlooking the slopes & professionally decorated. This 3 BD condo at Edgemont is offered fully furnished with on-site luxury amenities and ski-in/out.

P U R E L U X U R Y AT T H E H I G H M A R K

STORM MEADOWS – TRUE SKI- IN / SKI- OUT

$1,150,000

$465,000

# 8 0 4 2 6 11

Luxury & well-appointed 2 BD + den at the Highmark with wood floors, crown molding, walking distance to slopes and excellent amenities.

P A M V A N AT TA O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

C:

970. 291. 810 0

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#3372908

Completely remodeled with beautiful new finishes & sold furnished. 1 BD, 1 BA, 591 sf condo with direct access from the patio to the slopes.

THE VANATTA GROUP PAMVANATTA .COM


PRESTIGIOUS ELK CREEK R ANCH

3 6 0 D E G R E E V I E W S AT C ATA M O U N T R A N C H

$1,600,000 # 5 6 9 4 7 9 1

$1, 395,000 # 1 7 6 7 1 3 8

Build your dream mtn retreat on .80 ac in the exclusive Elk Creek Ranch with unrivaled fly fishing, hunting and recreational opportunities.

Beautiful lot overlooking the 12th Fairway with a level building site, 2+ acre building envelop and views including the Ski Area & Emerald Mtn.

B E A U T I F U L H O M E S T E A D S AT M A R A B O U R A N C H

I N C R E D I B L E V I E W S I N D A K O TA R I D G E

FROM

$850,000

$1,150,000

Enjoy life on a working ranch, 1,700 acres of picturesque open space and superior amenities. Offering four of the best homesteads available.

# 314 3 57 9

One of the best homesites in Dakota Ridge. Point-blank views of the Ski Area from this ready-to-build 2.53 acres lot and minutes to the town.

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E A G L E S V I S TA . C O M – ( 4 L O T S S O L D , 2 P E N D I N G ) FROM

$495,000

#7032534

SOLD OUT—New 6-lot subdivision with premium homesites just steps to the Ski Area and soaring views of Sleeping Giant, Flat Tops and Ski Area.

THE VANATTA GROUP PAMVANATTA .COM

3 L O T S I N W I L L O W C R E E K PA S S

$30,000

# 2 11 5 6 5 0

Unique opportunity to own 3 lots for a total of 3.56 ac at the top of Willow Creek Pass subdivision and 400+ acres of BLM just down the road.

P A M V A N AT TA O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

C:

970. 291. 810 0

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C O M M E R C I A L O P P O R T U N I T Y I N H AY D E N

$175,000 # 3 3 3 111 4 At the eastern entrance of Hayden on Hwy 40 is this rare, .29 acre, commercially zoned lot. Not only does this property enjoy high exposure from its location, but next door sits Hayden’s iconic Windmill building. All utilities available to this large, level lot, which also has back alley access.

BUILDI NG LOT I N L AK E V ILL AGE SUBDI V ISI ON

$69,900

# 9197256

Enjoy this 0.21 ac lot at Lake Village, a newer neighborhood with modern conveniences, a scenic lake, park, playground & walking/biking paths in the growing community of Hayden.

DOUG LABOR C:

970. 846.0661

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NEW LISTING

A V I AT O R L I V E / W O R K

$1,150,000

2 B D / 2.5 B A / 2 G A R

#6522377

One of a kind live/work with luxury finishes and mountain views. Spacious 1,315 sf on the upper floor with a large covered deck. Lower level with 629 sf of flex space.

NEW LISTING

O N E O F A K I N D YA M PA R I V E R F R O N T P R O P E R T Y

$2,395,000

40.41

#9824493

AC

Riverfront property close to world-class skiing with privacy—a truly special place to build a dream home. Meadows at Saddle Mtn – just 8.5 miles to downtown Stmbt.

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P I C T U R E S Q U E L O C AT I O N I N S TA G E C O A C H

LOOKING TO BUILD?

$92,500 # 9 7 3 5 1 5 2 6.37 A C A fantastic area for a full time residence or cabin, 3 lots in Sky Hitch II, flat building sites and backs to 6.1 acres of common area.

$19,000 # 7 1 8 7 74 0 0.93 A C Beautifully treed lot with a flat building area just minutes to Stagecoach Reservoir for boating, fishing, hiking and more. 30 minutes to Steamboat.

T H E P E R F E C T C O M P L E M E N T T O Y O U R I K O N PA S S

$79,000 1/8 S H A R E 3 B D /3 B A $105,000 1/4 S H A R E 2 B D /2 B A

FROM FROM

$53,000 1/8 S H A R E $74,000 1/4 S H A R E

0 -3 B D 1-3 B D

Do you find yourself returning to Steamboat year after year? Why rent when you can own a luxury condo at a fraction of the price of other base area condos? Fractional 1/8 & 1/4 ownership options to match your vacationing needs. Use, rent or trade and see the world.

LISA OLSON C:

PUT OU R EX PER I ENCE TO WOR K FOR YOU

LISAOLSON.COM

970. 846.07 13

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JOSIE TOL AN C:

970. 846.6781

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T H E U LT I M AT E 1 0 1 A C R E H O M E S T E A D

$9,050,000

# S1715 7 8 & # S1715 7 9

Absolutely a one-of-a-kind property consisting of 101 acres bordering National Forest and encompassing a mountain top setting with several possible building sites. An incredible homestead property.

TA K E O F F F R O M Y O U R O W N A I R P O R T

$3,700,000

# 15 8 070 5 & # 92 72 9 4 3

Own your own airport with 5 hangars – a total of 36,785 SF. The property totals 142 acres. Card operated Fuel system in place.

STEVE ELKINS C:

970. 846. 5376

O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

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2 B E D R O O M S U N R AY M E A D O W S C O N D O

$550,000

#7055880

Located a short distance to the ski area and 4 miles to downtown, this condo has plenty of fun recreation right out the front door. Perfect as both a primary residence or investment property.

H O M E S I T E I N H AY D E N W I T H H O M E P L A N S

$75,000

#6263564

Ready to build, Dry Creek Village Lot with expansive views, in a great community with a park, sidewalk lined streets, open space, and trails. Includes architectural plans, soil report and survey.

K I YA H R O E c:

K I YA H R O E . S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M

3 03.842.1142

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R I V E R F R O N T G E M W I T H G U E S T H O U S E

$1,795,000

#5255966

Amazing River Front Property with two homes on 37 acres in South Routt County. Flyfish the gold medal waters of the Yampa River in your own backyard. Both homes are fully renovated with rustic custom finishes. Two car garage, chicken coup, large greenhouse and more.

D E V E L O P M E N T O P P O R T U N I T Y AT T H E W E S T E R N G AT E W AY T O S T E A M B O AT S P R I N G S

$1 2,900,000

# 6 9 61028

Amazing development opportunity at the start of Steamboat’s Historic Downtown Shopping District. Just steps from the Yampa River, city parks, shopping, restaurants & entertainment. This 1.83 ac lot consist of a 16,200 sf motel, 2,128 sf duplex and a 1,273 sf. home with Soda Creek running thru.

JAMES HOWSER C:

970. 846.4 292

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JUST COMPLETED NEAR THE SKI AREA

$1,999,000

# 6 2 0 8 8 4 2

Brand new and beautifully modern 4 BD, 5.5 BA half duplex, with 2,990 SF. High-end appliances, designer lighting and wall coverings, 2 fireplaces, steam shower, recreational room, and more. All bedrooms are en-suite. 2-car garage with vehicle-charging outlet. Walking distance to the Ski Area.

5 A C R E L O T W I T H PA N O R A M I C V I E W S I N N O R T H R O U T T

$140,000

# 9 5 2 7 11 0

Located off of Willow Springs Pass in North Routt, this lot has gorgeous views of Mount Zirkel, the Zirkel Wilderness, and Hahn’s Peak. For the outdoor enthusiast, this property offers proximity to Pearl Lake, Steamboat Lake, hiking, cross-country skiing, and more.

STEPHAN ZITTEL C:

S T E A M B O AT R E A L E S TAT E S I T E . C O M

970. 846.4803

S T E P H A N . Z I T T E L @ S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M e a c h o f f i c e i s i n d e p e n d e n t l y o w n e d a n d o p e ra t e d


WILDHORSE CHALET

HOMESTEA D AT W ILDHOR SE MEA DOWS 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath with modern mountain design and open floorplan. Access to Wildhorse Athletic Club fitness center, pool, hot tub, game room and other amenities. Homestead at Wildhorse Meadows is just steps away from the Wildhorse gondola, connecting you directly to the Steamboat Ski Area and mountain village.

$2,075,000

#7929278

1464 Bang tail Way • Steamboat Springs, CO

ARLENE ZOPF C:

970. 846. 5310

B U Y S T E A M B O AT S P R I N G S . C O M

A R L E N E @ A R L E N E Z O P F. C O M

A NDREW ZOPF C:

970. 846. 8969

A N D R E W . Z O P F @ S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M e a c h o f f i c e i s i n d e p e n d e n t l y o w n e d a n d o p e ra t e d


M O U N TA I N R E T R E AT OU T D O OR SM A N ’ S PA R A DI S E

Direct access to over 2 million acres of public land, this is the perfect home for the outdoor enthusiast. Only 5 minutes to Steamboat Lake and 15 minutes to Clark. Secluded 59+ acres in the aspens and pines on the Sand Mountain bluff.

$1, 295,000

#6949646

58755 Count y Road 62 • Clark, CO

L A K E C ATA M O U N T L O T 2 5

$1,050,000

PREMIER SKI AREA LOT

$649,000

# 3165516

Easy to build 37+AC in Lake Catamount nestled amongst rolling meadows, panoramic views.

ARLENE ZOPF C:

970. 846. 5310

SEED HOUSE R ANCH LOT 5 # 32 26186

Direct views of ski area, South Valley & more. Located up the rd from Thunderhead chairlift.

B U Y S T E A M B O AT S P R I N G S . C O M

A R L E N E @ A R L E N E Z O P F. C O M

$495,000

A NDREW ZOPF C:

970. 846. 8969

A N D R E W . Z O P F @ S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M e a c h o f f i c e i s i n d e p e n d e n t l y o w n e d a n d o p e ra t e d

#2705709

5.31 AC parcel with exclusive access to Elk River & borders 2M AC of Routt Nat’l Forest.


$3,790,000

O N E O F A K I N D H O M E AT T H E P O R C H E S

# S161973

At the base of the ski area, this custom home features 6 bdrms, 9+ baths, and impeccable custom finishes. The in-home rock wall and theater room coupled with the luxury amenities and white glove service offered to owners will delight all generations. Fully furnished. Impressive rental history.

PE NDING

REDUCED

I D E A L S K I - I N / S K I - O U T L O C AT I O N

$675,000

#5797726

Remodeled corner unit at Storm Meadows with 2 bdrms, 2 baths. Amenities include pool, hot tubs, tennis court, and exercise room.

SKI ARE A BUILDING LOT

9 70. 879. 810 0

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$660,000

BARB SHIPLEY

970. 846. 3590

A D R I E N N E . S T R O O C K @ S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M

#5230005

0.64 acre lot with expansive view of the Yampa Valley in desirable neighborhood. Steamboat custom builder available to build now!

ADRIENNE STROOCK O:

O:

9 70. 879. 810 0

C:

970. 846. 5151

B A R B . S H I P L E Y @ S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M

e a c h o f f i c e i s i n d e p e n d e n t l y o w n e d a n d o p e ra t e d


G R E AT S K I - I N W I T H A M A Z I N G A M E N I T I E S

$615,000

2

BEDROOMS

#6525957

2

B AT H S

1,092

PA R K I N G G A R AG E

SQ FT

A LE X LO NG C:

A L E X L O N G . S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M

970. 291. 8559

A L E X . L O N G @ S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M e a c h o f f i c e i s i n d e p e n d e n t l y o w n e d a n d o p e ra t e d


S T E A M B O AT L A K E R E T R E AT $1,300,000

# 4786763

The perfect mountain home for outdoor enthusiasts on 10+ acres in Clark, about 23 miles from Steamboat. Situated near Steamboat Lake, Pearl Lake, and Hahn’s Peak, with an abundance of recreational activities out your front door. High-speed internet, near North Routt Charter School. Located in a serene setting with room to spread out and enjoy the mountain lifestyle. 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 4,905 sq ft on 10.46 acres.

SUNNY BRSTINA C:

970. 846.1574

S U N N Y. B R S T I N A @ S T E A M B O AT S I R . C O M e a c h o f f i c e i s i n d e p e n d e n t l y o w n e d a n d o p e ra t e d

S T E A M B O AT H O U S E S F O R S A L E . C O M


STEAMBOAT SKI AREA

FISH CREEK FALLS

SKI AREA BASE

DOWNTOWN

EMERALD MOUNTAIN

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS CITY LIMITS

STEAMBOAT AIRPORT

STEAMBOAT WEST

N

S T E A M B O AT W E S T $14,000,000

# 6 8 112 7 8

Steamboat West is one of the last undeveloped land parcels within the West Steamboat Area Master Plan. Located just west of the City of Steamboat Springs, the 346 acre parcel can retain its current agricultural use or be planned to accommodate future mixed use and/or residential housing uses. The property is irreplaceable considering its position within the City and County planned growth area, it’s surrounded on 3 sides by residential developments, additional acreage available, and it’s adjacent to the Steamboat Springs School District’s new K-8, Sleeping Giant School.

DAV I D B A L D I N G E R J R . O:

9 70. 879.78 0 0

C:

970. 846. 2560

O:

REN MART YN C : 970. 846.3118

9 70. 879. 810 0

REN.MART YN@SIR.COM

DAV I D. B A L D I N G E R @ S I R .C O M e a c h o f f i c e i s i n d e p e n d e n t l y o w n e d a n d o p e ra t e d


OUR BROKERS

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BOBBY ALDIGHIERI

KAY L E E AY RE S

BARB BAC K U R Z

DARLINDA BALDINGER

D AV I D BALDINGER JR.

CAM BOYD

970.846.1918

970.846.1799

970.846.0301

970.846.7192

970.846.2560

970.846.8100

LE ILANI BROOKS

S UNNY BRS T I NA

BRUCE CARTA

DIANE CARTER

JOAN CONROY

RYA N COX

J E N NA C R O C K ETT

970.819.6198

970.846.1574

970.819.3633

970.870.0594

970.846.5934

970.819.5359

970.819.5609

BROOKE CROFTS

L I NDA CUL L E N

CO L L E E N DE J O NG

MICHAEL DEJONG

CHRIS DILLENBECK

STEVE DOWNS

S T E VE E L K INS

303.246.8171

970.846.0122

970.846.5569

970.846.3661

970.846.9933

970.846.1709

970.846.5376

BRANDON E TE N

L E E ANNA FATO V I C

ME L I S S A F I E L DI NG

MEG F I R E S TO N E

PENNY FLETCHER

CRISTIN FREY

D A R R IN F RYER

970.846.4516

954.336.1390

970.291.9594

970.846.5643

970.846.4429

303.912.7557

970.846.5551

P E GGY GARRE TT

V I CKY HANNA

RI CK HO DG E S

JAMES HOWSER

HUGH JESSIMAN

DOUG LABOR

C H LOE L AW R ENCE

970.734.4132

970.846.1725

970.846.1984

970.846.4292

970.819.1522

970.846.0661

970.819.2150

J I L L L I MBE RG MNG BRO KE R

AL E X L O NG

CINDY M A C G R AY

H O L LY MARTIN

REN MARTYN

970.846.2608

970.291.8559

970.846.0342

970.819.3589

970.846.3118

S T E A M B OAT S I R .C O M


OUR BROKERS

ANNE MAY BE RRY

TAT I ANA MCCAL L A

ROBERT MC C O N N E L L

NASIBA M I K H M A N O VA

CAROL MOORE

K AT H L E E N MURPHY

970.846.1425

970.846.1702

970.819.3330

970.819.1323

970.846.8686

970.846.7316

CAROLY N NICKUM

LISA OLSON

RO BY N O RTO N

SARAH PETERSON

ANDY POLSKI

ROY POWELL

B A RKLEY R O B INSON

970.819.4192

970.846.0713

970.819.1304

970.819.5581

763.639.6522

970.846.1661

970.819.6950

TAY LOR ROCHE

KI YAH RO E

CI NDY RO G E RS

C AT I E ROMICK

LANCE ROMICK

LISA RUFFINO

B ARB S H IPLEY

970.404.1496

303.842.1142

970.846.3671

970.819.9525

970.846.1524

970.846.6838

970.846.5151

ANNAMARIE S HUNNY

MARC S MAL L

AL I S MAL L -KO VACH

K AT H Y STEINBERG

ADRIENNE STROOCK

H A R RY THOMPSON

L ORI T H OMPSON

970.846.7547

970.846.8815

970.819.7740

970.846.8418

970.846.3590

970.846.1556

970.846.6350

JOS IE TOLAN

MARJ E T RACY

BE CKY T URNE R

PA M VA N ATTA

DEBRA VA N D E R B E C K

TO N Y WA LTO N

C O U RTNEY WIEDEL

970.846.6781

970.846.7410

970.846.6037

970.291.8100

970.819.5419

970.846.7577

720.688.2897

CHRI S WI T T E MY E R

R AY WRI G HT

STEPHAN ZITTEL

ANDREW ZOPF

ARLENE ZOPF

970.846.1364

970.846.3048

970.846.4803

970.846.8969

970.846.5310

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TAY L O R AS HBY

BE N BE RE ND

LY N N A BROYLES

HEIDI FLINT

JENNIFER HUBLER

970.846.9888

970.819.3730

970.846.8280

970.846.5330

970.819.0806

J AMI E L AMB

MI CH A E L MARC H A N D

CHARIS PETTY

H O L LY ROGERS

303.917.3175

225.276.1992

757.645.6585

970.846.9644

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Director of Marketing

Art Director/ Designer

Administrative Assistant Lead

G AL I L E A CHADBO RN

NI KKI POLITTE

M AT T SCHWEBACH

DEBORA BLACK

LU POLSKI

Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant

Real Estate Assistant

Real Estate Assistant

J E S S I CA G RI MME T T E

MARY L ABO R

LIZ LANGLEY

ALEXA STRUSS

S H E L LY WU

Real Estate Assistant

Real Estate Assistant

Real Estate Assistant

Real Estate Assistant

Real Estate Assistant

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