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Fort Collins to Steamboat Springs
The Wild West Relay starts in the foothills of beautiful Fort Collins before sending runners deep into the heart of the Rocky Mountains. This scenic and remote course takes athletes over two mountain passes and through three national forests before reaching the finish line in the idyllic ski town of Steamboat Springs. Along the way you’ll pass picture perfect mountain communities, working ranches, and the jaw-dropping vistas that typify the American west. You’ll run on dirt roads and under starry skies and when you and your team cross the finish line in Steamboat Springs ski resort*, you’ll be rewarded with a cold beer and an even colder dip in the Yampa River that winds its way right through town.
The Honey Stinger Emerald Mountain Epic attracts some of the nation's best mountain bike and trail running racers, while still offering incredible opportunities for athletes of all skill levels to test their meddle. Our race is a uniquely rewarding and challenging experience in that it is 90% singletrack with major elevation gains.
Yampa Street - 5th to 8th
The Farmers Market is held each week and provides access to locally grown and raised food to the community. Additionally, we provide opportunities for local artists to show their work and for community groups to connect with the greater population. As an economic development organization with the responsibility of ensuring the vitality of Downtown Steamboat Springs, it is also our goal to drive traffic to downtown to increase our sales tax base. The Market is every Saturday 9-2 from June 11 to September 25.
Chevrolet Corvettes from throughout the years will be on display up and down Yampa Street. The event is free and open to the public and features classics editions of this vintage US muscle car to newer versions of the powerful model. Yampa Street from 8th to 12th Street and 12th Street from Yampa to Lincoln Avenue will be closed from 6am to 5pm for set up, car staging and clean up on Saturday. The car show, featuring the original American sports car, runs from 9am to 1pm.
Howelsen Lodge and Emerald Trails.
River Creek Park Parking Lot and Steamboat Springs Middle School.
Weekly Farmers Market on Yampa Street, 7th Street, and the 7th Street Parking Lot.
Yoga on the Green is held Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 9 – 10 am throughout the summer, weather permitting. Meet on the Green. Practicing on the Park Green is unlike any class you’ve ever taken. Surrounded by the beauty of nature, delicate gardens and serene pond, you’ll find the peace and stillness is unmatched in the Botanic Park. Please bring a mat or towel, water, sunscreen, and bug spray. Please walk, bike, or carpool to yoga whenever possible as we have limited parking. If you drive, you must park in designated Botanic Park parking spaces. Overflow parking exists on Ski Town Way.
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