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Happy Holiday from The Steamboat Group.
From our family to yours, we would like to wish you a very Happy Holidays. The ski season is off to a wonderful start and soon we will be enjoying the slopes with families from all across the country. The Yampa Valley is a special place we call home and we are grateful to have helped more than 80 families fulfill their Steamboat dreams in 2016.
As many of you know by now, The Steamboat Group is now an independent Brokerage. We are excited for what the future holds and even more excited to dedicate more time and efforts into giving back to this amazing community.
Please visit us at our new location at 32 10th Street, above the Mountain Tap Brewery. As they put the finishing touches on our new…
This is a great chance for people who love Steamboat Springs to make many local nonprofits’ holiday season a little brighter. In a community that gives so muck back, Yampa Valley Gives is an event that is important to us all.
Yampa Valley Gives is a localized part of Colorado Gives Day. This statewide event takes place the first Tuesday in December every year. Currently in it’s third year, Yampa Valley Gives hopes to surpass $500,000 in donations for 50 vetted and verified nonprofits in the community. Glen Traylor of Ski Butlers brought this program to our valley and it has made a huge impact already.
Reflecting on the event, Jon Wade stated, “There are so many wonderful non-profits in our community. This is a way for the community to give…
We are pleased to announce that The Steamboat Group is now a Real Estate Brokerage firm in Steamboat Springs. "We are branching out after 11 great years with Colorado Group Realty to support the rapid growth and vision of our team. We are each grateful to have been a part of Colorado Group Realty and work with the amazing people there.” said Jon Wade.
Moving forward, we are excited about this opportunity and humbled by the support people have given for our vision. Our team is thankful to be recognized within the Best of the Boat Realtors by the Steamboat Springs community for the 3rd time.The Steamboat Group is led by Broker Owner Jon Wade and Managing Broker Jon Kowalsky.
Our new office space will be in the historic Yampa
From our family to yours, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. We are grateful to call each and everyone of you our friends and are truly blessed to live in such a wonderful community. Steamboat Springs is a town like no other, it's the people that make this town a wonderful place to call home. Have a wonderful holiday season and bring on the snow!
Holiday Video Greeting from the Top of Mt. Werner
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As the air starts to get crisp and the days grow shorter, folks in Steamboat start thinking about winter and the Champagne Power© that will soon be blanketing our slopes. The ski and boards get pulled from storage and the first coat of wax gets applied in anticipation of another big snow year. Winter and the skiing is what brought most of us here to Steamboat Springs Colorado. Yet if you have spent a season other than winter here you will know why we call this special place home. From mid-September through mid-October, the mountains and valleys surrounding Routt county start their amazing transformation. It begins in the highs peaks, then quickly makes it's way to the river bottoms. Fall is one of our favorite times of the year and for the next few…
For the next several days, the roads and streets of Routt County Colorado will once again be filled with the exciting sounds of Cowbells ringing, people cheering, and the shifting of bikes into sprint mode. Steamboat Springs Colorado will once again take center stage and for two brief days, the world will be watching as the 5th annual USA Pro Challenge begins it's epic journey through the mountains of Colorado. Cycling's top athletes, both men and women, will race more than 850 miles in just 7 days through some of the most breath taking scenery culminating in the streets of downtown Denver. It will be amazing to watch this year's race unfold and Steamboat Springs is where it all begins. Good Luck to our local pro Amy Charity, racing for the…
In less than 24 hours our skies over Steamboat Springs Colorado will be filled with the colorful and creative hot air balloons. The 35th Annual Hot Air Balloon Rodeo will once again be held at the Bald Eagle Lake, located just outside the city limits. One of our favorite events for the summer, this spectator friendly event can be view from just about anywhere around Steamboat Springs. Simply set your alarm for 6am, grab a chair and some coffee and look to the heavens or better yet, head down to the event and watch launch close up. You can get up close and personal with the pilots and who knows, you might even catch a ride.
After the balloons are launched head down to the 41st Annual Art in the Park. Over 140 vendors from across the country will…
For over 100 years Steamboat Springs Colorado has been celebrating the Fourth of July in true Western form. From our 112th annual Cowboy Roundup Days to the Parade down Lincoln Avenue, we celebrate things a little differently. Where else can you have a Pancake Breakfast, run a 1/2 Marathon, Nordic skate down the center of Main Street and launch yourself off the 50 meter ski jump, all by noon! This weekend is one our favorite weekends of the year. The trails are in perfect condition to ride or hike and the river is in prime fishing condition. Feeling lazy, float the afternoon away and spend the heat of the day in the "C hole" swimming and relaxing. There are plenty of fun activities to do this weekend and we can't wait to celebrate our Independence…
I often say that everyday is a Powder Day (Epic) on Emerald Mtn since it doesn't require fresh snow to be amazing. Emerald Mountain is one of the places that makes Steamboat truly special. It is just across the river from downtown Steamboat and an easy bike ride from just about anywhere in town. I was dragging all day today and my knee was a bit weaker than it has been lately. Somehow after having Elk Tacos for dinner I felt like I needed to head up Emerald. I think I justneeded to see if I could I make it to the Quarry. I had been saving Emerald for June 30th when my goal was to get up the Lane of Pain to the cell towers since Emerald is my favorite place to bike.
I hopped on my bike and rode into town, down Yampa Street, then up Blackmere (since I