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From Antarctica to Iran to New Zealand, Billy Kidd has literally skied the world. With his vast experience, he is uniquely positioned to consider what the next 50 years of skiing might bring. He also asks his friends in the ski industry to weigh in.
Six Steamboat skiers, from teenager to lifetime devotee, dug out their scrapbooks and put their best memories into words. These are true Steamboat stories from… back in the day.
Steamboat Ski Area has historically featured a cast of characters, ranging from its original visionaries to big-time operators, from legendary athletes to hard-working ranchers.
Families are at the very root of the Steamboat Ski Area: families who looked up at the mountain outside of town and shared a common vision, “The Dream,” as ski area founder Jim Temple described it in 1956.
Nine graphic designers from the East Coast, Midwest and even Alaska gathered in Steamboat Springs for this weeklong, intense collaborative design experience.
X-Game rider Matt Ladley, a veteran of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club, posted impressive results last winter at the highest levels of the international snowboarding circuit.
In January 2010 right here on my home slopes of Steamboat, I saw a blind snowboarder. Facing his instructor, arm-in-arm, the two of them looked like dancers waltzing down the mountain.
Steamboat Powdercats is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, the initial business idea was special indeed. In 1983, Jupiter and Barbara Jones thought they had a gem of an idea, one that could blossom into a cherished business.
This was a bat encounter few will forget – and an opportunity to raise appreciation for bats that lurk in Steamboat’s backyards.