There are 8 blog entries for January 2011.
Friday, January 28th, 2011 at 10:18am. 850 Views, 0 Comments.
The National Jonny Beardsall wrote an article on Steamboat Springs
Jonny Beardsall, writer for The National discusses about why Steamboat Springs is the Wild West Town it is today and what we have to offer. Ray Heid, a former Olympic ski jumper discusses with Jonny about why he loves Steamboat and why he lives here today. Ray leads trail rides in the snow from his ranch near Steamboat Springs, Colorado daily. Ray says "if you love to ski - and ride horses - you should arrive in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, with double the get-up-and-go; such an honest quote from Ray." Steamboat truly is a Wild West town set in a real life wilderness of mountains, rivers and forests. The stands of cottonwoods, oaks and aspens on the steep mountainsides are caked…
Thursday, January 27th, 2011 at 10:11am. 515 Views, 0 Comments.
252" Year to Date in Steamboat
If you want to experience world class skiing or float effortlessly through our legendary Champagne Powder snow, I highly recommend Steamboat to put on your list. It is all in one place, town known as Ski Town, U.S.A. Once you visit you'll find out that the local motto is, "Come for the winter and stay for the summer".
Storm after storm after storm this past month we have been steadily climbing closer to our next milestone and I knew we'd get there by the end of January 252 inches! And what a beautiful morning to enjoy powder. Everyday is a different story up on the mountain, whether you're in the mood for pristine conditions of the groomers, a bluebird day, or if you feel like skiing in the powder-caked pines…
Tuesday, January 18th, 2011 at 10:54am. 540 Views, 0 Comments.
Steamboat's Billy Kid, Director of Skiing and Larry Mahan, Six time all around World Champion cowboy started this event 37 years ago and decided to invite a few of the Pro-Rodeo stars to Steamboat for a day of skiing. The cowboys had such a great time that the Downhill has become the most popular event of the season with over 100 of the best professional rodeo cowboys competing in the most unique ski rodeo in the country.
Public Festivities run in Gondola Square from 12:00 to 4:00pm in the Bud Light Tents and at the Bear River Bar & Grill, with live musical entertainment from Sundog. The Slalom will begin at 4:00pm followed by the Stampede. We'll wrap up the evening at 5:30pm with the Cowboy Downhill Awards.
No matter what the season or…
Friday, January 14th, 2011 at 10:48am. 660 Views, 2 Comments.
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Steamboat is known for Champagne Powder, this sparkling & light snow, weather that's beautiful and the fresh untouched tracks couldn't be more perfect. So far this year we've had incredible snowfalls and it's been a spectacular one for many, we have created an HD Video for you of our Sunday Powder Day when we reached our 200" mark of our well known Champagne Powder Snow. Some Call Steamboat Heaven, We Prefer Home!
Click on the link to view more Steamboat updates & Videos on our Steamboat Blog. Call us at 970.879.0879 or Email at Jon@TheSteamboatGroup.com
Wednesday, January 12th, 2011 at 11:01am. 1143 Views, 2 Comments.
The Winter Carnival started as a way to help residents cope with cabin fever during the height of the winter season. The event continues to this day as a way to celebrate winter; as a reason for neighbors to gather; and as an opportunity for everyone to experience a piece of Ski Town U.S.A history and tradition.
This annual celebration includes a variety of events that embrace our western heritage and highlight Steamboat's tradition of winter sports. The festivities include such events as: Ski Jumping competitions, a Snowboarding Jam Session, the Soda Pop Slalom, a Tubing Party, the Diamond Hitch Parade which includes the High School band on skis, the Street Events on Lincoln Avenue, and the Night Extravaganza at Howelsen Hill with a…
Monday, January 10th, 2011 at 1:12pm. 496 Views, 0 Comments.
Steamboat Springs beat the 200-inch mark for the season yesterday, Sunday January 9th, 2011. Steamboat's Champagne Powder made for great skiing and was absolutely gorgeous! This storm that dropped over 17 inches in 24 hours and still more in the forecast to come. The National Weather Service mentions that we are in the forecast to receive about 3 - 5 inches or more on Mt. Werner and surrounding mountains in Steamboat Springs in the next couple of days. Steamboat has such a variety of areas to ski with up to 2,965 acres of permitted terrain and a diversity of trails for all levels of ability. Steamboat's skiing is best known for tre skiing and Champagne Powder.
Whether it is winter, summer, spring or fall, Steamboat Springs has it all! In the
Thursday, January 6th, 2011 at 11:53am. 878 Views, 0 Comments.
Here is a list of the Weekly Solds for December 2010 here in Steamboat Springs with some of my thoughts, if you would like to know more on these or any other property just give me a call. It pays to know what is going on and have a good basis for your valuation, it is sad to see some people miss the mark by a wide margin.
Weekly December 2010 Solds
12/1 1555 Shadow Run Court D 202 (Condo 2br/ 2ba, 841 sq ft, Year Built - 1980) – Located in the Mountain Area, Shadow Run Condos. Sold for $149,900.
12/1 1835 Steamboat Blvd (Mulit-plex 6br/3ba 2-car garage, 2505 sq ft, 0.47 acres, Year Built – 1979) – Located in the Mountain Area, North Meadows Subdivision. Sold for $435,000.
Monday, January 3rd, 2011 at 7:58am. 664 Views, 0 Comments.
The Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club took over the Steamboat Springs Ski Area this past weekend for a Giant Slalom Event. All of the participants were divided up into teams and given different countries to represent. The Steamboat Pilot covered the event and featured a picture of my son Alden on the cover. He had his tongue out and racing well for a 3rd place finish.
Starting racing at a young age gives kids the opportunity learn and develop their skill. The kids aren't just learning about ski racing, they are learning discipline, focus, teamwork and competition.
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