Bear
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How do you carve powder?
Skier, Rider
Do you work for Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation?
Yes
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I love snow, safety and bones.

Bear's Blog

Fit For Snow: This 10-Minute Workout Will Get You Ready for the Slopes

Are you stoked to get out on the mountain? Every workout you do now will pay back in performance out on the slopes and help protect you against injury. Statistics indicate the more fit you are, the less likely you are to be injured, especially as you get a little older. Knee injuries, in particular, are correlated with hip strength and control of pelvic posture.…

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Posted on December 31, 2014 at 4:23pm

Prevent injuries this ski season with Fit For Snow tips

So you’ve bought your pass, picked up some new gear and are stoked for the season. Now it's time to get in shape and learn how to prevent injuries.

Skiing and riding on snow are unique in the demands that gravity places on your muscles and joints. It’s one of the reasons that you always get sore…

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Posted on December 17, 2014 at 12:00pm

Stay safe on the mountain during early season

Winter is in full swing in the Yampa Valley, and Mother Nature is doing her part to help Steamboat Ski Resort have a great opening day Wednesday. The storm had dropped 17 inches at mid-mountain and 20 inches at the summit by Monday morning with more snow forecast through Wednesday.

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Posted on November 24, 2014 at 4:24pm

Sniffin' Out Safety....Summer Wildlife

I love the summertime in Steamboat. The flowers bloom, the grass is vibrant green and all my furry forest friends come out to play. There are lots of wild animals that call Steamboat their backyard, too, and even though they look cuddly and fun, I always have to remind myself to keep my distance.

The safest way to view wildlife in the Yampa Valley is from a distance. If you see an animal, it’s fine to take a picture — just use the zoom feature on your camera instead of getting close.…

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Posted on June 25, 2014 at 3:30pm

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