Steamboat Springs August Market Report 2020

Steamboat is seeing the end of the Summer approaching quickly.  We have had a rush of visitors over the past few weekends, which makes me think school is about to start.  We have a bunch of smoke from a large fire near Glenwood Springs, and 

Top Steamboat Activities in Spring Safer at Home

With the Colorado soft opening, it has been good to see the weather get warmer and we can move about more freely.  The Spring rains have been pretty common recently and that has guided much of what we do and when.  There has been much 

A New Time for Steamboat Coronavirus

A couple of weeks ago I posted about how quiet things have been in Steamboat Springs because of changes due to the coronavirus.  Things are still quiet, and now that we are towards the end of quarantine, I’ve discovered a few things. First, active Steamboat 

Steamboat Springs Market Update April 2020

There isn’t a day that goes by that someone doesn’t start a conversation about markets.  Not just real estate, but money, gold, and more.  I know something about each, and real estate is what I know best.   Our community has had a number of 

Time to Ride – Skiing Time Out

Last week, on Wednesday, I was able to get some afternoon time free and go bike riding with my friend Poacher.  He has lived in Steamboat about a year and had not experienced a number of trails, mountainside riding, and cruising by the river.  We 

Skiing the Pandemic in Steamboat Springs 2020

Last weekend was beautiful!  Blue skies and bright sunshine welcomed me as I was walking up to the gondola.  Families were playing together in the snow and many were just enjoying time on Timber and Torch’s patio.  Though there was a short line to get 

Spring 2020 Skiing at Steamboat Springs

This year’s snowfall has been really good.  We have our average snowfall for the year, but it’s the way it came.  Consistent over the weeks of Winter.  8” here, 6” there, and, of course, the 10+” days that came around.  I was lucky enough to 

Steamboat Springs Summer 2019

This is one of the best Summers to be in Steamboat! Spring was wet.  Everyone will agree that it was off the charts with rainy weather, including two days where it snowed a few inches in town.  On Summer Solstice nonetheless!   The result is 

What is Mud Season?

If you haven’t heard of mud season, it is a term used in Colorado ski towns to talk about the time between Winter and Summer seasons.  This isn’t defined as a date, like Solstice or Equinox.  It is defined more by when the local resort 

Old Town Steamboat Springs

Most cities have an ‘Old Town’ area.  These areas tend to be old homes near Main Street and have period architecture related to the booms in an economy.  In Steamboat Springs, these homes have seen the comings and goings of many families.  They are now