The Ptarmigan Inn
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We started the morning exploring the east face of Steamboat to find the most spectacular views and some beautifully pitched runs. These new demo skis are the real deal. Love them, and decided not to switch them for our third and final day tomorrow. They make everything easy and quick to bail out of trouble in tough stuff. Breathing is much easier today so I seem to have acclimated to this thin air. That helps the skiing immensely. We had lunch in the sun while some ...
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Lunch at 12:30 was a casual buffet with the staff of grilled cheese, pot roast, salad and macaroon cookies. Some days the ranch has a more “formal” table service lunch.
My activity for the afternoon was a backcountry ski with guide Shannan to Hahn’s Peak Lake. The whole goal of this ski was to ski down the face of the hill that runs out onto ...
Middle of Colorado, middle of nowhere - a place so massive that even the Colorado guidebooks don't mention it, yet vast! We drove west from Rocky Mountain National Park, still slightly stunned by the scenery, through miles and miles of ranch land with seemingly no one home. Eventually, after climbing over another pass and again crossing the Continental Divide, we arrive in Steamboat...home to a big winter ski resort, but a functional stop for us! We need ...
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As we moved across Utah toward Colorado, the temperature rose until it hit 60 degrees and we took off our sweatshirts. We ...