Guide for relocation to Steamboat Springs, CO

5 Minutes With…. Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association CEO Kara Stoller

5 Minutes With…. Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association CEO Kara Stoller

Nov 1, 2017

The Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association’s new CEO, Kara Stoller, is no stranger to town, moving here more than a decade ago to begin her career at the chamber. A member of Ski Town Rotary and Northwest Colorado Broadband Board, and serving as the Parks and Recreation Commissioner from 2011-2015, she’s now happily raising a family here while enjoying...

5 Minutes With…Smartwool President Travis Campbell

5 Minutes With…Smartwool President Travis Campbell

Nov 1, 2017

When Smartwool’s new president, Travis Campbell, 45, found out he was moving to Steamboat Springs in summer 2017 to head the industry’s leading merino wool apparel brand, like any new arrival he started doing some research. We caught up with him for his take on moving to Steamboat with his wife, Jenny, and children Samantha, 13, and Cole.  Move To: What...

Steamboat Ski Area: More night skiing, new lodge and more

Steamboat Ski Area: More night skiing, new lodge and more

Oct 18, 2015

Recently celebrating its 50th anniversary, Steamboat Ski Area continues to better its on-mountain experience for guests, from new trails and base area enhancements to mountainside eateries, grooming, snow making and more. Topping this year’s improvements list, under the first year of new President Rob Perlman, is the addition of RFID (radio-frequency...

Beer Breweries

Beer Breweries

Oct 18, 2015

If you base a town’s status on its breweries, Steamboat is in good standing. Four breweries call Steamboat home, all offering a great way to sample Yampa valley-made suds with a mix of fill-your-own Growlers, mug clubs, tasting rooms and more. Mountain Tap Brewery Located downtown along Yampa Street at the former Yampa Valley Electric Association...

Accommodations tax benefits trails, Yampa Street

Accommodations tax benefits trails, Yampa Street

Oct 18, 2014

If Steamboat looks like it has a great lineup of public amenities, chalk it up to an innovative funding source. Already responsible for building the Strings Music Pavilion, Tennis Center at Steamboat Springs and Haymaker Golf Course, a portion (1 percent) of the city’s accommodations tax gets appropriated to fund improvements that will attract visitors and...

Bike Town USA

Steamboat Springs’ bicycling momentum is rolling strong. Voters recently approved more than $5 million in lodging tax proceeds to build more trails, town recently won a $33,000 grant from Bell Helmets to build the Bear River Bike Park, and the International Mountain Bicycling Association chose Steamboat to host its 2014 World Summit for the event’s first...