The Phoenix at Steamboat
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Steamboat Springs
... I spent the remainder of the evening looking in the shops.
Thursday I had another lesson. We skied Rolex and worked on easy trees on Sunshine Peak. Today we stopped for lunch at Ragnar’s where I had the cheeseburger with mushrooms and onions with cheddar cheese. (You may be able to tell I like cheese).
It was really cold out and we had to come in and warm up quite a few times. It was supposedly in the teens but it felt much colder--maybe there was more moisture ...
... by the calm spirits of the people, my anxiety is becoming non-existent!!! My heart is so happy to be able to experience this once again.
I came to Monkey Bay just 4 days ago and was welcomed by to many shouts ...
... falls. Pretty
standard hike, some 2mi to the top of the falls. It was all sunny when
we started climbing up to the falls. A little in, it started getting
cloudy. Around the one mile mark it started drizzling but stopped almost
immediately. We debated but decided to continue to hike. We should ...
... 19px; text-align: left; ">Tonight they were having fireworks and a torchlight parade down the mountain to kick off the 100th annual Winter Carnival.. I was able to see the festivities from my window table at the restaurant.
Tuesday I had an all day lesson. We worked on pivot slips and bumps.
We went to Hazie’s for lunch. I had planned on getting the cheeseburger ...
... indoor ring. This year I rode Jake. Since trainer Terry is familiar with my riding, they let me pretty much ride by myself and do whatever I wanted with him. We did some turns on the haunches and practiced some leg yielding. He was a fun horse- responsive and had a comfortable canter. I think I rode for about 1.5 hours.
After I was done riding I took a pair of track skis out for about 30-45 min just around the ranch property to get even more exercise.