Highmark Steamboat Springs
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... spring, rendering it silent. Steamboat Springs is on the Yamba River. Although not very wide, it is pretty and running fairly fast. The ski jumps, luge track, and other ski related infrastructure are situated on the other side of the bridge from where we stood. All too soon, it was time to start making our way back into Granby, stopping again at the bird lake to see whether any moose had dropped in. Nothing more to see than hundreds of water birds. We have another adventure ...
... campground. We need to wash hard! What do you know? The thunder and lightning have just started again, but we're in the tent, in our bags, brewing up a hot chocolate. Please don't need a wee! + Day 41. Tuesday 23rd September. Routt National Forest to Steamboat Springs. After we went to sleep, the storm decided to crank it up a few notches and we spent most of the night cowering awake in our bags waiting for the tent to be blown away, flooded or struck by lightening. It was raining ...
... a fresh pot of filter coffee for us using the world's slowest filter machine. It gave us the opportunity to take in the stunning views over the lake and get chatting to a couple of locals about the huge fire we could see off in the distance somewhere in the Rocky Mountains area. Apparently the fire had been burning out of control for days, with fire crews allowing it to burn out on it's own since ...
... and baked potato. Dessert was in the Great Room where it was supposed to be a display. Angel cake with flambéed berries, only the berries wouldn’t light! We then had champagne for one guest’s birthday.
Sunday I had bacon and potatoes from breakfast as usual, and then left the ranch at 8:45am to be dropped back off at the Sheraton Steamboat for the final leg of my trip. I got assigned room 840, a king bedded room.
I picked my skis in the basement ...
... After our second run we skied up onto another lookout point and then began our descent through aspens and pines, weaving our way among them.
By the time we got to the bottom it was only about 2pm so we still had time. Jess asked if I wanted to keep skiing and I said yes, so we drove farther up the road and skied the Nipple Peak area. We didn’t have time to go up the peak, but we skied around below it doing a gradual climb. On our ski back down again, ...