Things to do in Steamboat on New Year’s
Don’t miss Steamboat’s unique New Year’s Eve Torchlight parade and fireworks display sponsored by Sprint. Watching the parade lighting up the mountain as skiers snake their way down is an awesome site and a great way to ring in the new year!
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Added by Steamboat on December 28, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Lil' Rodeo and Rabbit Ears are open for the season and are ready to rock for the holiday week!
"Steamboat Terrain Parks are all about progression." Steamboat's Olympic venue builder Nick Roma says, and he has a very specific plan in mind. "With safety and fun both a priority, we make sure everything we build gives riders and skiers the chance to start small and move on to larger features as they progress with their skills." Nick brings…Continue
Added by Steamboat on December 20, 2010 at 3:30pm — No Comments
Get the kiddos excited for the holidays! Steamboat Mountain Village is celebrating Dec. 18th 3-5pm at Ski Time Square. There will becaroling, Mr. & Mrs. Claus, cowboys and horses, holiday photos with Sharpshooter Imaging, free hot cocoa and candy canes, stage performers, tree decorating, a special edition torchlight parade and lighting of the Mountain Village tree. Donations to Lift Up (household type items) graciously accepted. This is a Zero Waste Event!…Continue
Added by Steamboat on December 17, 2010 at 4:16pm — No Comments
Steamboat's on mountain dining opens tonight! Join us for at Hazie's Friday through Sunday, featuring our new wine list, apps and beautiful views of the Yampa Valley. Reservations are not needed for seating at the bar.
Ragnar's, at Rendezvous Saddle, offers Scandinavian fare from it's new chef, Jerry Sorenson.
Savor the Scandinavian fare from our new Chef, Jerry Sorenson at Ragnar's every Friday and Saturday. Upload the gondola at…Continue
Added by Steamboat on December 17, 2010 at 3:00pm — No Comments
The Steamboat Grand Hotel has gone big on their holiday decorations and are proud to announce their 12 Days of Christmas. We don't have a Macy's store window in Steamboat but we have The Grand and it feels just like a holiday song there. You gotta check out the lobby and get in on everything from 50% off breakfast at The Cabin to Martini Monday on Dec. 20th. The Grand spa is also rolling out some great deals on reflexology, mani's and pedi's (short for manicure/pedicure for those of you new…Continue
Added by Steamboat on December 13, 2010 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Check out what an MSN.com article had to say. "We chose Steamboat because the resort is known for its champagne powder — more than 400 inches of snow a year — its new Kids Vacation Center (now doubled in size) for five and seven year olds, plenty of terrain for such a varied group of snowboarders (lower intermediate) and skiers (expert), as well as non-skiers (they plan to snowshoe). Parents will like that there are lifts just for the terrain parks — look for 30…Continue
Added by Steamboat on December 10, 2010 at 4:10pm — No Comments
Starting Friday, December 10th, the Priest Creek area including the Sundown Express, Elkhead and South Peak chairlifts will swing into operation providing access to this popular terrain as the resort moves closer to 100% open with 2,661 acres (90% of terrain), 144 trails and 11 lifts. New trails include: Moonlight, Lights Out, lower Shadows, Sundown liftline, lower Three O’Clock, Day Break, lower High Noon, Rolex, West Side, Broadway, Tomahawk, Flintlock, Quickdraw, Spur, Huffman’s and…Continue
Edges – some folks know how to use them and some don’t….. Olympian and medalist Nelson Carmichael shows what edging is all about in this one in a series of Steamboat ski tip videos. If you do just one thing to improve your skiing, this would be a great one!
Added by Trenia Sanford on November 29, 2010 at 4:40pm — No Comments
In this video ski tip, Olympic Medalist Nelson Carmichael teaches you to absorb the bumps with your knees and hips for more balanced turns Learn from a pro the secret to looking good in the bumps. Another in a series of helpful video ski tips by Emmy-winning video-photographer Michael Bye.
Added by Trenia Sanford on November 23, 2010 at 9:01am — No Comments
This is one of the most exciting weeks in Steamboat! Anticipation is building for Scholarship Day and Opening Day later this week.
We’re gearing up for the biggest opening in nearly a decade. With 5 chairlifts, 66 trails, more than 900 acres, and tons of snow, there’s plenty to keep you entertained while in Steamboat. But it’s not just opening day that has us all excited, it’s the entire holiday season.
While we know you plan to get plenty of servings of fresh…Continue
Added by Steamboat on November 22, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments
The ABC news article reads: With the craziness of back-to-school, the start of new sports and extracurricular activities, and the fast-approaching holiday season, it's very easy to throw vacations out the window until winter break and the New Year. However, for snow bunnies and ski bum wannabes who look forward to a new ski season, now is the best time to plan a ski getaway. Every powder lover will hit the slopes January through March, peak ski season, but early-season snow in November…Continue
Added by Trenia Sanford on October 21, 2010 at 2:56pm — No Comments