THE PORCHES

WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Born in a Barn

More’s Corner (also known as “The Barn”) is at the heart of The Porches in more ways than one. Most people know of the old barn that’s become an iconic Steamboat image; the old log barn with views of the ski area in the background represents the town’s dual heritage of ranching and skiing. It’s…

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News you can use from The Porches

The Porches meets the current demands for Steamboat’s hot luxury market. High demand and low inventory mean buyers need to act fast! Get valuable inside info on what’s happening at The Porches, brought to you exclusively by Beth Postemski, Broker Associate for The Porches.   Buyers get ready: Now is the time to buy! With low…

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The Art of Après Ski

Nothing says Steamboat in the winter like a good après ski party. Bill Hamil, proprietor of Steamboat Meat and Seafood Co., shares a few secrets about how to put out the perfect spread. After a long day on the slopes, there’s nothing better than a warm gathering with friends, food, and drink for après ski.…

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Bluegrass, with snow instead of grass

Why wait for summer to have a music festival? Wondergrass kicks off its first year at Steamboat with a weekend of live bluegrass, microbrew beer and more. Music festivals happen almost every weekend in mountain towns all over Colorado during the summer. But in winter? Introducing Wondergrass, five action-packed days of bluegrass, handcrafted beer, and…

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Winter Carnival in Steamboat Springs, CO

The best Steamboat event of the year.

10 Reasons You Can’t Miss Winter Carnival: Here at The Porches, there’s no doubt the Steamboat Winter Carnival is one of our favorite events of the year. A bona fide celebration of the town’s skiing and ranching histories where horses gallop down a snow-covered Lincoln Avenue towing skiers behind, we promise you: there’s nothing else…

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The Steep and Deep

  Elkhead Express: Twice the mountain in half the time. A brand new high speed quad is up and running replacing the old fixed-grip quad and will increase the number—and the speed—of skiers coming out of the Priest Creek area. The new lift will cut the ride time in half from 5 minutes, 25 seconds…

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