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The 2009-10 ski seaosn cam to a close this past weekend ending another fun and snow-filled year in the Yampa Valley. And while the snow falls are probably not over yet, the close of the mountain coincided perfectly with the weather this year. Giving us one last day of fresh powder we were hit hard by 20+ inches 4 days before closing this year. But on Sunday you would have never guessed, with temps in the 60s, Apres Ski was filled with people enjoying the last day in shorts and t-shirts. Another great season and with the weather warming up so early in the year everyone i shoping for the trails to open up soon. For any information on trail openings or suggestions on where to hike or ride, feel free to shoot me an email!
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Steamboat rocks this winter with an incredible lineup of concerts at various locations, including the Steamboat Music Tent, the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel, the Steamboat Grand Resort Hotel and Gondola Square! The Steamboat Music Tent is an 80'X180' heated tent providing more than 14,000 square feet of indoor concert space.

Check out the upcoming concerts: (Bud Light Rocks the Boat Concert Series) Easy Star All Stars -Saturday, March 13th, at 3:00pm at the Gondola Square. Lyrics Born -Saturday, March 20th, at 3:00pm at the Gondola Square. Pimps of Joytime -Saturday, March 27th, at 3:00pm at the Gondola Square. Dirty Head -Saturday, April 3rd, at 3:00pm at the Gondola Square. Donavon Frankenreiter -Saturday, April 11th, at 3:00pm at the Gondola Square.

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The interstate's closure created a detour to U.S. 40, which went through Steamboat Springs, Colorado. We had many vehicles going through downtown Steamboat due to this breathtaking rockslide. A tremendous rockslide on I-70, which was near Glenwood Springs smashed through a bridge and dumped boulders the size of tractor trailers on the highway, closing a 17-mile stretch of the road. The slide struck at about midnight just west of the Hanging Lake Tunnell in Glenwood Canyon. The collapse caused major problems for truckers and other motorists, who had to travel 200 miles to avoid the slide. They pronounced that as many as 20 boulders, ranging from 3 feet to 10 feet in diameter, his the interstate, Colorado Department of Transportation estimated that the…
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