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Beacon Training Park
When minutes matter, knowing how to use your safety equipment properly could save someone's life and is the driving force behind Routt County Search & Rescue's new Beacon Training Park at Howelsen Hill Ski Area. The new training park is located near the base of the Barrows chairlift and provides users with a realistic scenario to train and practice their beacon locating skills before heading into the backcountry.
Howelsen Park is undoubtedly one of our communities most beloved areas for fun and outdoor recreation. During the month of February, we are asking you to share the love. We'd love to see how you spend your time at one of the many Howelsen Park facilities and what makes it meaningful to you. Post your favorite Howelsen Park photos and tag us using the hashtag below to share the love! #iHEARThowelsenpark
The City of Steamboat Springs Parks & Recreation Department is looking for hard working and enthusiastic individuals to join our team. We are currently hiring one full time position and several part time summer positions. Positions include trail workers, youth programs staff and Haymaker golf course maintenance and service staff. Visit the City of Steamboat Springs job portal to submit your application today!
Looking for a way to get involved in the local community and give back? Consider joining the Parks & Recreation Commission or the Ice Rink Advisory Committee. Terms range between 1 and 2 years and come with a free Howelsen Hill Family Pass. Applications are due at the end of March with interviews tentatively scheduled for the beginning of April. Give back and guide the future of recreation in our community!
Join Steamboat Tennis & Pickleball for a Pickleball Shootout on Sunday, February 28. Levels 3.5 & 3.75 play from 9 AM to 1 PM and Level 3.25 plays from 1 PM to 5 PM. Divisions will be limited to 16 people to accommodate social distancing and local capacity restrictions. The cost to participate is $30 and play will consist of a round robin + bracket style combination. For more info and to register, visit the link below.
Tune into the Tread of Pioneers Museum Facebook page or YouTube channel the last Friday of each month at 12 PM for a virtual Taste of History. Take a culinary trip through the past with this three-part series. Two events remain and are schedule for February 26 and March 26 and will feature "sourdough and its multiple uses" and "wild berries and how to use them"! Visit the website to learn more and connect virtually.