Ski Haus http://skihaussteamboat.com Steamboat Springs, Colorado Fri, 29 Aug 2014 15:19:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Labor Day Sale at Ski Haus http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/labor-day-sale-ski-haus/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/labor-day-sale-ski-haus/#respond Thu, 28 Aug 2014 20:52:21 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6585 A Sale is a Terrible Thing to Waste – The Labor Day Sale at Ski Haus should not be missed. Demo mountain bikes and road bikes from Specialized, Santa Cruz, Rocky Mountain, and Cervelo will be available. Demo skis and boards from the Ski Haus Attic will have extra special savings making them too good […]

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Ski Haus Labor Day SaleA Sale is a Terrible Thing to Waste

– The Labor Day Sale at Ski Haus should not be missed. Demo mountain bikes and road bikes from Specialized, Santa Cruz, Rocky Mountain, and Cervelo will be available. Demo skis and boards from the Ski Haus Attic will have extra labor Day Sale at Ski hausspecial savings making them too good to pass up. Select clothing, footwear, and camping gear are all priced to make you smile and forget that Summer is just about gone… We’ll have none of that. We know that Fall is spectacular around here. There is plenty of time to bike, hike, climb, and camp. There is plenty of time to enjoy a new bike or pack or dress or trail running shoe that you’ve purchased on sale…

Or, shop the Ski Haus Attic for this coming winter. Pick a demo ski or board to add to your quiver or find the perfect ski or board to fit a fast growing kid. Everything left over from last winter is marked down to find a new home. You an even find a few extra deals marked below half price! How much lower? Come on by and take a look. You won’t be disappointed!

Plus, if you are a Ski Haus Rewards Customer you will enjoy an additional 5% back in store credit on your sale purchases. (Sorry, Rewards Points cannot be earned on demo purchases). Not a Ski Haus Rewards Customer yet? Join the next time you stop by or call us so you can be included for additional savings! Earn 5% back on each qualifying purchase. Watch your points grow or redeem them the next time you are in Ski Haus. Easy.

Ski Haus Labor Day Sale. Save 10% to 50% (and more) off select merchandise throughout our main store and across the street upstairs in the Ski Haus Attic.

Labor Day shouldn’t be hard. Ski Haus makes it all about fun!

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Flat Top Mountain Day Hike http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/flat-top-mountain-day-hike/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/flat-top-mountain-day-hike/#respond Tue, 26 Aug 2014 17:09:38 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6575 Quick Escape – Flat Top Mountain is an easy day hike that gets you above treeline and into an alpine setting without a huge effort. The benefit is when you really have the desire and need to get out of town fast (a.k.a cabin fever) this day hike is a perfect remedy. It is the […]

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Flat Top MountainQuick Escape

– Flat Top Mountain is an easy day hike that gets you above treeline and into an alpine setting without a huge effort. The benefit is when you really have the desire and need to get out of town fast (a.k.a cabin fever) this day hike is a perfect remedy. It is the easiest prescription you will ever fill.

Flat Top Wilderness, Steamboat ColoradoTo get to Flat Top Mountain drive to Stillwater Reservoir from the Gateway to the Flat Tops, the little town of  Yampa. From Yampa drive County Road 7 (Forest Service Road 900) to Stillwater Reservoir. Park at the end of the line and cross the dam to pick up Trail #1122. The forest is pretty thick here and thank goodness there is a trial because trying to bushwack your way through this thicket of down trees, widow makers, and tall trees that look like they could fall at any moment… Well, the trail does make fast work of it. Or it could make fast work of it if it weren’t for all the stopping and checking out the wild flowers and mushrooms. With all the fantastic August rains we’ve had the mushrooms are amazing. Not to belabor the point but it was a mushroom forest in there this past week.

Day hikes with dogsIf you have your best four footed friend with you carry plenty of water for them. Once you pass the small creek on this section of trail there is no more water available for your dog until you return to this point.

There are two sections along this trail that are pretty steep and require a sense of footwork as you try to take in the views at the same time you try to hike. It doesn’t take too long before you top out on a small pass that really offers some fantastic views. To the North is the massive valley you just climbed out of with Stillwater Reservior and the always popular Devils Causeway dominating the view. To the South are the faint peaks of the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness. As you face South, up and to the left is Flat Top Mountain. One climb and a short traverse is all it takes to attain the top of this little knob and once over the top, a great view of Flat Top Mountain presents itself. A large and massive tundra filled plain is all that lies between you and the highest point in the Flat Tops Wilderness.

The day I was up there a pretty stout tailwind practically pushed us to the top. Temperatures were in the 40′s. We did get hailed on briefly and a couple small showers surprised us. The forecast called for that moisture not to appear until late in the afternoon.  It’s always wise to go prepared into the backcountry no matter how small a hike or little time you plan to make of it… It was a surprise how cool it felt up there considering it was August 24th.

Columbine WildflowersHiking the ridgeline up to the top is straightforward. The wildflowers, lichens, and alpine grasses offer amazing color and it really is a marvel that anything grows up here. Right at the top, the tundra switches to all rock and it is an easy game of hopscotch to the largest cairn up there signifying the top. The view is spectacular and on the clearest of days you can easily see at least 100 miles.

The hike back is double easy since it is practically all downhill. Depending on your pace this hike can be an ultra fast affair only taking a few hours but I suggest taking your time. Day hikes are wonderful but the problem with them is they are only a day. You’ll want to savor the feeling that the big Flat Top Wilderness fills you with. Big vistas, magnificent forests, lakes, cascading waterfalls, the scents of a forest wet with rainfall, the call of a redtail expressing it’s pleasure of another fine day in the mountains… Don’t hurry. Don’t rush. But make plans to come back quick.

 

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Morning Gloria Trail http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/morning-gloria-trail/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/morning-gloria-trail/#respond Mon, 25 Aug 2014 22:13:42 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6567 New Trail in the ‘Boat! – Gloria, a beautiful name which conjures up the image of my childhood best friend’s mother, Gloria Schuster. A wonderful lady whom so often acted as a satellite mother to me while playing any number of childhood games around the Schuster household. Childhood was so simple, the world was so […]

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New Moring Gloria TrailNew Trail in the ‘Boat!

– Gloria, a beautiful name which conjures up the image of my childhood best friend’s mother, Gloria Schuster. A wonderful lady whom so often acted as a satellite mother to me while playing any number of childhood games around the Schuster household. Childhood was so Moring Gloria Mtb trailsimple, the world was so new, gaining new life experiences each and every day, and only having one true concern, to play as much as possible. Fast forward 20 years and a new beautiful Gloria has entered my life reminding me of those childhood principals of new experiences and play as much as possible; Morning Gloria!

Moring Gloria TrailThis is a spectacular new trail on Steamboat Springs own Emerald Mountain. From the first sweeping views of the southern Yampa Valley to the spectacular flowy rock track near the bottom of the trail, I was having about as much fun as eating play-dough in the Schusters basement as a young child (Colin Schuster can vouch that this was way more fun than it sounds as an adult). This decent had me grinning like a child on their first two wheeler ride. Morning Gloria is such a spectacular addition to the trail system of our majestic Emerald Mountain.

This is a great trail that requires little braking on the downhill and ample time to enjoy a speedy decent through the trees. The Morning Gloria Trail is pretty low angle making the switchback ascent not technical and giving all riders easier access to the top of Emerald. After the ride I pieced together new loops and put together my new Steamboat valley dream ride, Morning Gloria To Connector over to Beall and back. To me this will become my ideal in town easy access ride with plenty of rolling climbing and extremely fast and fun downhill ridding appropriate for bikers of all ages and abilities. Morning Gloria, I hope, will make your inner child scream with joy and excitement as it was for my first decent of this welcomed new addition to the Emerald Mountain Trail System!

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Ski Haus Demo Bikes for Sale http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/need-great-used-bike/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/need-great-used-bike/#respond Mon, 25 Aug 2014 21:04:41 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6560 Ski Haus Demo Bikes for Sale! – Beginning this Friday (August 29, 2014), we will be offering our rental and demo bikes for sale! This is a highly anticipated event every year at Ski Haus because it’s a unique opportunity to get a lightly-used, expertly maintained, current model-year bike at a healthy discount… but you’ll […]

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Demo and Rental bikesSki Haus Demo Bikes for Sale!

– Beginning this Friday (August 29, 2014), we will be offering our rental and demo bikes for sale! This is a highly anticipated event every year at Ski Haus because it’s a unique opportunity to get a lightly-used, expertly maintained, current model-year bike at a healthy discount… but you’ll need to act fast to get the best selection. This morning there was an undeniable hint of Fall in the air. If you need some kind of motivator to get into gear… Biking in the Fall is it!

This summer we expanded our demo fleet so there will be even more bikes to choose from! We have Front Suspension Mountain Bikes, Full-Suspension Mountain Bikes, Downhill Bikes, Road Bikes, Hybrid Bikes, Cruiser Bikes, Kids Bikes, Fat Bikes, Tandem Bikes, and even Trikes! We have bikes with wheel sizes ranging from 20 inch to 29 inch and everything in-between (including 650B)! All the best from Specialized, Rocky Mountain, Santa Cruz, Cervelo, and more.

Fall in Steamboat offers some of the best riding of the year… and the right bike (at the right price) can make all the difference. We will gladly help you find the best bike to suit your individual riding-style. Stop by Ski Haus starting this Friday and take advantage of the best deals of the season!

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Rabbit Ears http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/rabbit-ears/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/rabbit-ears/#respond Mon, 11 Aug 2014 23:33:02 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6542 The Rabbit of Rabbit Ears Pass – For those of you driving up for the weekend or perhaps longer, The Rabbit Ears of Rabbit Ears Pass is perfect for a Sunday morning hike. We have all seen them 1,000 times, but have you ever hiked to the actual Rabbit Ears? It’s not a long hike, […]

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Rabbit Ears hikeThe Rabbit of Rabbit Ears Pass

– For those of you driving up for the weekend or perhaps longer, The Rabbit Ears of Rabbit Ears Pass is perfect for a Sunday morning hike. We have all seen them 1,000 times, but have you ever hiked to the actual Rabbit Ears? It’s not a long hike, or a particularly challenging hike, but it is well worth it especially if you are up that way already on your way to Steamboat or back to the Front Range. Geological Note: The actual Rabbit Ears are a geological anomaly. Old timers in the valley know they are fossilized pterodactyl excrement and gullible new comers to the Yampa valley can be heard repeating this rumored factoid frequently and with great passion. Others may find the less exciting extruded volcanic rock explanation a bit more appetizing…

Rabbit Ears Peak vistaAs you drive east on Colorado Hwy 40, look for the Dumont Lake turnoff (Forest Service Road 315) to your left about 1 mile before the East Summit of the pass. Take 315 past the Dumont Lake Campground turnoff and go left on Forest Service Road 311. The easiest place to park is right at this turnoff. From here walk on 311 for about ¼ of a mile and go right onto Forest Service Road 291 (this intersection also has some parking but 311 can be a little rough on a car).  Now you just stay on 291 for 2.5 to 3 miles all the way up to the Ears.  The last 1/4 of a mile is a little steep, but doable for most hikers.

Although the hike is along a jeep road it is still very beautiful with lots of vistas of the surrounding mountains. If you time it right you will see more variety of wildflowers than you have ever seen before. It is worth the trip just for that alone. From the Rabbit Ears the view is truly spectacular.

Come on into Ski Haus for this and more hiking ideas. We also have a wide selection of maps, trail guides and books and the gear to make your adventures safe and fun.

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Best of the Boat http://skihaussteamboat.com/uncategorized/best-boat/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/uncategorized/best-boat/#respond Mon, 11 Aug 2014 22:48:21 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6536 Survey Says…! This month Explore Steamboat is conducting their annual survey for Best of the Boat and Ski Haus is honored to have been nominated for this coveted award in a number of categories! Voting will take place now through August 20, 2014. The key to this success has been and always will be our […]

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Best of the Boat awards
Survey Says…!

This month Explore Steamboat is conducting their annual survey for Best of the Boat and Ski Haus is honored to have been nominated for this coveted award in a number of categories! Voting will take place now through August 20, 2014.

Ski Haus Steamboat Springs ColoradoThe key to this success has been and always will be our employees. It is our employees that bring the love of being outdoors with them each and every day to work. It is this passion for fun and being outside that develops the expertise that our customers rely on 365 days of the year. From floating effortlessly through waist deep powder in the winter backcountry to riding mountain bikes over miles and miles of world class singletrack – the forests and mountains surrounding Steamboat Springs provide our staff with a pure testing ground to discover firsthand what equipment and clothing works best not only for ourselves but for you, too.

The Ski Haus staff is made up of downhill skiers, backcountry skiers, crosscountry skiers, snowboarders, splitboarders, alpine touring skiers, ice and rock climbers, mountain bikers, road bikers, cyclocross bikers, campers, backpackers, trail runners, stand-up paddle boarders, river runners, dads and moms, adventurers, and day dreamers. This is Ski Haus.

With 40+ years experience Ski Haus has built and maintained a solid customer base of Steamboat Springs locals and visitors alike. Our customers look to us for the very best selection of gear and clothing and a business philosophy that provides the very best customer service before and after every sale.

Our number one goal is service to you. In this very competitive world, we pride ourselves on product knowledge and attention to the individual needs of our customers.  Ski Haus is Steamboat’s oldest and most complete mountain shop. We have been serving Northwest Colorado and beyond since 1969. The Ski Haus family is ready to get you and yours prepared for your next outdoor adventure!

Please visit www.bestoftheboat.com and vote for Ski Haus in each of the following categories:

BEST BIKE SHOP

BEST SKI SHOP

BEST SNOWBOARD SHOP

BEST SPORTING GOODS STORE

BEST LIQUOR STORE

BEST MEN’S CLOTHING

BEST WOMEN’S CLOTHING

BEST SHOE STORE

We sincerely appreciate your continued support and your business! Thank you very much for your vote!

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The Domes http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/domes/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/domes/#respond Mon, 04 Aug 2014 23:43:15 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6529 Domes Days! – The Domes. It’s finally August and the Yampa Valley is as lush and green as the Emerald Isle. The snow has melted off the passes, for the most part, and summer is cruising along. In addition to the start of August comes the opening of the best climbing area near Steamboat Springs, […]

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The DomesDomes Days!

– The Domes. It’s finally August and the Yampa Valley is as lush and green as the Emerald Isle. The snow has melted off the passes, for the most part, and summer is cruising along. In addition to the start of August comes the opening of the best climbing area near Steamboat Springs, The Domes. These 350 ft granite Domes sit within the boundaries of the Sarvis Creek Wilderness Area.

Climbing the domesThis magnificent igneous formation hosts Peregrine Falcon nesting, closing them down for a quarter mile radius from the base of the rock, only becoming accessible to Routt County dirtbags August 1 of each year. Considering the fact this rock lies within wilderness boundaries, most of the climbing in this area favors the traditional climber. Although, there are still routes for the bolt clipping rock jocks to be found on “The Shield” located on the Southeast aspect of the Dome.

For those looking to test their abilities on these delicate slab climbs, I highly recommend trying “Susie Creamcheese” 5.11a; make sure to being a 70 meter with you if you want to get to the dirt safely.

Hiking to the DomesThose looking to take the trade route up The Dome will be looking at 3 pitches of fun, diverse 5.8 climbing. Pitch 1 ascends the face between two wide cracks. From there one is looking at a spicy, run out 5.6 slab, just keep moving on this pitch! Next comes some chimney climbing through the crux of the climb on the “Y Crack.” Continue up the rock to the obvious right facing dihedral, soak in the views of the Sarvis Creek Wilderness as you plug cams in on this slabby corner. After topping out, walk off the domes, due east around the gully between The Shield and Elephant Foot Buttress and back around to the base of the climb. Be aware of critters in this area, on more then one occasion, cute little forest dwellers have reaped havoc upon an unexpecting climbers pack.

Make sure to allow yourself plenty of time for the approach and decent. The rock is roughly two and a half miles down the Sarvis Creek Trail, located 10 miles down Buffalo Park Rd, FSR 100. The most comprehensive collection of information for The Dome and accompanying rock buttresses can be found in the “Pink Guidebook” Steamboat Springs Rock Guide, only found at the ‘Haus!

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Specialized Vita Expert Carbon http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/specialized-vita-carbon-expert/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/specialized-vita-carbon-expert/#respond Mon, 04 Aug 2014 23:09:52 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6524 Speed and Comfort – The Specialized Vita Expert Carbon has created a new category of bike that lends itself beautifully to life here in Steamboat Springs. With its carbon frame, Women’s Endurance Geometry, and flat bar configuration, the Vita Expert is designed to bridge the gap between performance road bike and capable urban commuter. While […]

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Specialized Vita
Speed and Comfort

– The Specialized Vita Expert Carbon has created a new category of bike that lends itself beautifully to life here in Steamboat Springs. With its carbon frame, Women’s Endurance Geometry, and flat bar configuration, the Vita Expert is designed to bridge the gap between performance road bike and capable urban commuter. While we will never think of Steamboat as being an “urban” environment, most of us appreciate the ability to ride rather than drive every chance we get (just like our friends in the big city)!

The comfortable upright position provided by the flat handlebars on the Vita allows for a better view of everything happening around you, making it easier to floss your way through traffic, be it on Twenty Mile Road or the Core River Trail. The carbon frame features the same Zertz Inserts found on Specialized high-end road bikes and gives the Vita Expert its responsive and efficient ride quality.

If you are trying to decide between the perfect bike for commuting to work during the week and a performance road bike for hitting the pavement on the weekends, the Specialized Vita Expert Carbon is about to make your day. The versatility of this bike needs to be experienced to be fully appreciated… and there’s only one place in Steamboat to check them out! See you at the ‘Haus!

2014 Specialized Vita Expert Carbon ($2,000.00)

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Mount Zirkel Wilderness Lakes http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/three-island-lake/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/three-island-lake/#respond Mon, 04 Aug 2014 17:07:21 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6515 Ahh, Wilderness! – Mount Zirkel Wilderness Lakes are plentiful and beautiful. Many of these lakes are deep within the wilderness and unless you are an ultra marathoner, better seen on a backpacking trip. Luckily four spectacular lakes are an easy day hike off of Seedhouse Road near the mountain town of Clark. The Slavonia Trail […]

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Mount Zirkel Wilderness
Ahh, Wilderness!

– Mount Zirkel Wilderness Lakes are plentiful and beautiful. Many of these lakes are deep within the wilderness and unless you are an ultra marathoner, better seen on a backpacking trip. Luckily four spectacular lakes are an easy day hike off of Seedhouse Road near the mountain town of Clark. The Slavonia Trail Head offers easy access to three of these lakes; Gilpin, Mica and Gold Creek. Slavonia is one of the most busy trail heads in all of Routt County.

Often on a weekend, it can be challenging to even find a spot to park. Most day hikers leaving from Slavonia are off to Gilpin or Gold Creek lakes or to see both on a loop referred to as the Zirkel Circle. Although a little less traveled, Mica Lake still gets a fair amount of traffic. All three of these lakes are well worth your time, but may be better on a quite weekday or in the fall.

Sunday, August 3, was not a quite day for hiking in Routt County, so we elected for a forth option, Three Island Lake. Three Island Lake is in the same general area as the other lakes but starts at a different trail head. Take Seedhouse Rd just past the Seedhouse Campground and turn right onto Forest Service Rd 443. Three Island Lake has two trail heads, the first one is right after the turn onto 443 and has signs for Three Island Lake Trail 1163, or you can continue on that road for another 2 miles and get to the Three Island Lake Spur Trail Head.

Having done both we opted for the Spur Trail. It cuts off 1.5 miles of hiking through a pretty forest. The spur trail is only ¼ of a mile then you connect back to the main trail 1163. The hike up to the lake is beautiful. It is a little over 3 miles and you gain around 1200 vertical feet. You pass awesome vistas that overlook Wolverine Basin and The Dome, lots of pretty wild flowers and views of a serine Three Island Creek cascading down the valley. Three Island Lake itself is very beautiful, surrounded by more wildflowers and crags that sit right above the water. It is a nice final destination to turn around or for a picnic lunch  If you still have the energy you can hike another mile to Beaver Lake. Beaver Lake is not right on trail 1163 but only a couple hundred feet off of it, make sure you have a map.

The hike from the lake is all down but not so steep it kills your knees, making it a great day hike for the whole family.

On a day where we were told there were over 40 cars parked at Slavonia, we only ran into 3 other groups of hikers. Both the hike and Lake were well worth the trip. Come on into Ski Haus for more hiking ideas, plus the books, maps and gear to make it a safe enjoyable trip.

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Before Work Ride http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/work-ride/ http://skihaussteamboat.com/featured/work-ride/#respond Mon, 04 Aug 2014 16:42:31 +0000 http://skihaussteamboat.com/?p=6507 Start Your Day Right! – We all have to work from time to time, but work seems so much more fun when you can do something active and fun, like a before work ride. In Steamboat we are lucky, we have an awesome biking playground in our backyard. Even if you just have an hour […]

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Emerald Mtn bike riding
Start Your Day Right!

– We all have to work from time to time, but work seems so much more fun when you can do something active and fun, like a before work ride. In Steamboat we are lucky, we have an awesome biking playground in our backyard. Even if you just have an hour to spare you can get an awesome ride in, with enough climbing to feel like you got a workout in and enough descent to send you to work with a smile on your face.

I am a creature of habit. Typically I like to put my headphones on and get my morning news in on the ascent (NPR is nice because they are constantly telling you what time is, so you can be sure to not be late for work). If I’ve been taking it easy or if I dawdled getting out of bed then I head down MGM to Molly’s to home. If I got up early and have been cruising then its Blair Witch to Quarry Mountain. Whenever the descent starts, the headphones change from news to some rocking tunes (quiet enough that I can hear other riders) to carry me home.

Regardless of how long the ride is, it is always great heading in knowing that you have already done something with your day. Additionally, I am always so thankful to be living in such a beautiful place with so many fun outdoor activities. I also feel a little bad for the suckers who’s routine involves getting on a treadmill at 24 hour fitness at 5 in the morning.

Photo: Connie McCormick
The view from Emerald Mountain looking back towards the Steamboat Ski Area.

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