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Roadtrip to the Rockies: Thunderhead Trail

Thunderhead Trail Distance:  3.3 miles (longer on map provided by the ski mountain) Type: Moderate, Point to Point Elevation Gain: 1,322 ft Other: Toilets Available, Dogs Allowed, Parking Fee, Gondola Fee (uphill only) All Trails Link Thunderhead Trail is the most popular hiking route on Mount Werner, the ski mountain in Steamboat Springs.  The pointContinue reading Roadtrip to the Rockies: Thunderhead Trail → The post Roadtrip to the Rockies: Thunderhead Trail appeared first on ETB...


Roadtrip to the Rockies: Mad Creek Trail

Mad Creek Trail Distance:  8.8 miles RT Type: Moderate, Out-and-Back Elevation Gain: 1,322 ft Other: Toilets Available, Dogs Allowed All Trails Link Mad Creek Trailhead is located about 15 minutes northwest of downtown Steamboat Springs in the Mount Zirkel Wilderness Area.  It is a very good trail for visitors from lower elevation as it onlyContinue reading Roadtrip to the Rockies: Mad Creek Trail → The post Roadtrip to the Rockies: Mad Creek Trail appeared first on ETB Travel...


Roadtrip to the Rockies: Uranium Mine Trail

Uranium Mine Trail Distance: 3.1 Miles RT Type: Moderate, Out-and-Back Elevation Gain: 593 ft Other: $5 Parking Fee, Toilets Available, Dogs Allowed All Trails Link For our first afternoon in Steamboat Springs, we selected a short, moderate hike in order to acclimate to the altitude as my visiting friends came from sea level.  The UraniumContinue reading Roadtrip to the Rockies: Uranium Mine Trail → The post Roadtrip to the Rockies: Uranium Mine Trail appeared first on ETB Travel...


Top Things to Do in Steamboat Springs

About Steamboat Springs Steamboat Springs, also known as Steamboat or the “boat”, is located in Routt County, Colorado and has a population of approximately 13,000.  The town came by its name during early times when trappers heard a chugging noise and thought a steamboat was coming down the river.  Upon discovering the sound came fromContinue reading Top Things to Do in Steamboat Springs → The post Top Things to Do in Steamboat Springs appeared first on ETB Travel...


The High line Canal: Segments 2 and 3

When in Colorado for months due to the COVID crisis, why not take advantage of all the state has to offer.  While my outdoor preference is to hike in the Rocky Mountains, living in Denver, I can’t always be in the high country.  As a result, I thought why not hike and bike the HighContinue reading The High line Canal: Segments 2 and 3 → The post The High line Canal: Segments 2 and 3 appeared first on ETB Travel...


Roadtrip to the Rockies: Stone Mountain

I changed up my hiking scenery this past week.  Instead of heading toward the Rocky Mountain foothills near Bailey, I ventured toward the foothills near Loveland, Colorado.  Here, I hiked the trail to Stone Mountain. What drew me to this trail during the early summer was the lower altitude which results in warmer weather andContinue reading Roadtrip to the Rockies: Stone Mountain → The post Roadtrip to the Rockies: Stone Mountain appeared first on ETB Travel...


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