Bruce’s Trail Gearing Up For Snow

*Image from Steamboat Pilot & Today Article on Bruce’s Trail – Photo by Joel Reichenberger Bruce’s Trail, located 14 miles East of Steamboat Springs on Rabbit Ears Pass, is one of first trails in Colorado to open each year for skiing, skate skiing and snowshoeing. While there is no snow yet, crews have been [...]

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What Does the Bruce Lee of Winters Mean for Steamboat Springs?

This year’s El Nino has been nicknamed for Bruce Lee for the size of the expected storms to come. An El Nino season occurs when the Pacific Ocean warms at least .5 degrees Celsius above average temperatures for at least three months in a row. As a result, the jet stream is affected, generally creating [...]

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Forecast Calls For Snow in Steamboat Springs

The forecast yesterday, September 14th 2015 called for snow in the high country. Needless to say more than a few people were excited. Unfortunately, while we had the precipitation, temperatures didn’t drop as low as expected so there was no snow. Not to worry, with last winter unusually mild we are gearing up for a [...]

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