Category TRAILS

TMEF Donor of the Month: Anonymous and their horses!

This month, the TMEF caught up with another Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund annual donor – Anonymous and their horses!  Anonymous supports the trails with an annual donation so the donor knows the trails will be maintained after a trail ride or a hike! Anonymous and their horses enjoying the large ferns on the…

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Donors challenge community to raise $10K to support trails

Meet the Challenge, join the community to raise trail maintenance funds. For the fourth year in a row, local donors Jeff and Alissa Merage are challenging the community to raise $10,000 for the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund. This is an all or nothing challenge that runs through midnight July 31. Funds from the…

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Trail Maintenance Donor of the Month: Charlie Beurskens

How do you enjoy trails? I love mountain biking on Emerald, Spring Creek, Mad Creek/Red Dirt (one of my favorite rides). Going to college in the northeast, I also really enjoy hiking with any friends who visit and showing off the incredible amount of outdoors access we have.   When did you first…

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June: Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund (TMEF) At a Glance

Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund (TMEF) At-A-Glance Fund Balance of 5/31/2019: $497,828.21 2019 Gifts to date: $10,090.17 / 42 gifts Gifts to date since inception: $467,119.13 Grants to date since inception: $14,445.74 About the TMEF: The purpose of the Fund is to provide a permanent endowment to support specific non-motorized trail and trailhead maintenance…

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Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare

Did you know… Steamboat Ski & Bike Kare donates $1 from every single rental bike at both their mountain and downtown locations. Those rentals add up and after three years, the shop has donated $5,443 to support the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund! So next time you rent a bike, remember that $1 from…

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Trail Maintenance Donor of the Month: Robin and Heather Craigen

Trail Maintenance Donors of the Month: Robin and Heather Craigen 1. How do you enjoy trails? We are an active company and our employees live the mountain lifestyle, hiking and biking to get out and experience this incredible area.  We have recreated on our trails in all ways both casually with friends and family,…

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The Steamboat Springs Running Series takes strides to support Trail Maintenance

The Steamboat Springs Running Series takes strides to support Trail Maintenance By Helen Beall, Community Impact Manager- Yampa Valley Community Foundation Its boom time for recreation in Colorado! As more and more people are out enjoying the trails, it’s important that we have a funding source to maintain them.   At the same time,…

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NEW! The School Trails Project

During the month of May, over 1,000 Strawberry Park and Soda Creek elementary students ages 5-11 will put on their walking shoes and get out on local trails. They will be asked to take time to listen to the sounds of the birds, pick up trash, learn trail etiquette and much, much more! The…

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Donation Stations Coming Soon….

This summer, the Trail Maintenance Endowment Fund in partnership with local land managers the City of Steamboat Springs and the Bureau of Land Management will install eleven “Donation Stations” at the following trail heads and core trails locations: Stables Trail head Mile Run Trail head Blackmare Trail head Fetcher Park Core Trail Bear…

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