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Travel Blogs from Steamboat Springs
... I did an unguided snow bike ride. The ranch has a fleet of bikes with fat tires designed to be ridden in the snow. I took my time looking around and was out about 1.5 hours-- down the driveway, left on Seedhouse Rd to the turn around and then back up the driveway. I think it was about 3 miles, as I think the driveway alone is a mile.
Dinner tonight was a casual buffet with the staff. It was corn bread, salad with blue cheese for me, ribs, chicken, baked beans, smoked ...
... do is pack! Friends and family have been so generous in helping us reach 30% of our fundraising goal. Thank you! Thank you!
... Steamboat was pretty much like the next tourist town in
Colorado. All of them have a downtown, one big market place, one central
park and cable car, which goes to a peak, from where people ski down
and oh, all of them have breathtaking scenery.
We couldn’t find a spot to put up our tents in allotted ...
... 7 years now so we met up and went over to Sunshine Peak to warm up. I have a tendency to not have enough weight on my downhill ski, so we worked on that a bit. At 12pm, I went to lunch at GPG and got the grilled cheese with bacon, cheddar and tomato.
I went back out after lunch skied on my own on Cowboy Coffee, Buddy’s, Rainbow, Storm Peak Face, Quickdraw, Westside, ...
... is entertainment after dinner but tonight was not one of those nights.
Thursday morning I woke up in plenty of time for the 8am breakfast. I had a chocolate waffle with bacon and ranch potatoes for breakfast.
For my first activity, I chose a backcountry ski. Guide Carla took me to the South Fork area where we did some climbing up to a small hill and then dropped down to the road 440 in a large loop. The snow was somewhat unstable, creeky and ...