Steamboat Real Estate Blog

routt_county_riders_jersey_10_1920   "The Steamboat Group" are big supporters of cycling and ride a lot ourselves. We are proud to sponsor the 2010 Routt County Riders jersey! Steamboat is a huge biking town and has an incredible network of trails.  Steamboat has also been designated as a bicycle friendly community .
If you are an active biker, like having a group look out for your interests and stage events along with actively building trails we highly recommend joining Routt County Riders. The club is focuses on the following areas: Development and maintenance of sustainable mountain bike trails; Grant writing for trail projects; Annual Steamboat Bike Swap; Bike To Work Week; Bicycle Friendly Community Initiative; Steamboat Springs Stage Race; Junior Cyclist Development; Promotion of…
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Come to Steamboat's Mainstreet for the First Friday Artwalk of May 2010. The appreciation of local art here in Steamboat is fostered by those who visit downtown along with supporting the growth of the local arts community. Twenty four galleries and other venues will show their art of a self guided tour down mainstreet, refreshments are served. There is always something new to see each month! This Friday, May 7th, 2010 at 5- 8pm come downtown to enjoy some of Steamboat's finest local art!
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  Thank you for stopping by to check out our new and improved website.  It is designed to provide the most types of searches and  detailed information on each property availible.  Check back for improvments and drop us a note if you have suggestions.  Jon will award gift certificates for $25 or more to Slopeside Grill, Freshies or Steamboat Ski and Bike Kare to the ones he likes the most (email  We will be adding much more information across the site and improving what is already here over the next month while we work it into shape before summer.  Have a great spring and we hope to see you back soon.
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Mountain biking in Steamboat Springs, Colorado has been very popular for years, but the sport is entering this summer with all the downhill momentum of a, well, mountain bike. That energy could be evident again next weekend as the long-standing spring Bike Swap gets upgraded to Steamboat's first Spring Bike Fest, very exciting!

The community has responded really well to this, they all want this to be a great kick off for this years cycling season in Steamboat Springs. The bike swap will be the heart of the activities, which starts at 8pm on May 7th, 2010. There will also be a movie showing of Follow Me located at the Steamboat Springs Community Center. This event will cost around $10 and will raise funds for the Winter Sports Club's Gravity Team

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     Intrawest announced yesterday that they have completed refinancing their previously outstanding debt payments. The resort operator of Whistler/Blackcomb, missed debt payments in December that led to a threat of auction from lenders. This auction was scheduled to occur in the middle of the 2010 Olympic Games. Since that time Fortress Investment Group, Intrawest's primary creditors, have been working with lenders to restructure the $1.4 billion borrowed in 2006 that Fortress used when purchasing Intrawest.

     Yesterday, it was announced that Fortress Investment Group has repaid their prior lenders in full and completed a new loan that is scheduled to mature in 2014. The details and terms of the new loan have not been fully disclosed. In early March…
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Steamboat Springs, Colorado has so many places that offer home grown products that are grown and produced in Northwest Colorado. For instance, Farmers Markets here in Steamboat has a lot to offer with products such as these. Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 will be Earth Day, a time to think about how the health of the environment affects our well being and the well being of our communities. Aspects of everyday living influences greatly in what we eat or where that food comes from can help our own health and that of our natural surroundings. Yampa Valley has a large amount of homegrown meats, produce and products made from ingredients in our communities' backyards. Locally grown and raised foods go on for ever on why you should purchase and eat these daily, one…
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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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