In a recent article The Denver Post recognized Steamboat Springs as a great destination to re-visit at a different time of year. Praising the town not for the Champagne Powder or the small lift lines, the article describes the beauty of the town in the fall. The article recognizes ‘non-traditional’ ways to enjoy Steamboat commenting on the great ways to spend a day downtown shopping at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore or dining at Harwig’s/L’Apogee. Recognizing the town for its beauty in the fall is a great testament to Steamboats beauty. Not only admired from afar for the beautiful summers and winters, but also for the seasons some have come to view as simply transitions or ‘mud-season.’ Awesome to see that Steamboat is being recognized for its beauty year-round!