By Kate Hill
Kate Hill is a freelance writer and editor. When she’s not writing, she’s probably reading, hiking, camping, skiing, or sailing. You can learn more about her work and her writing at katedeanhill.com
The month of May has been a busy one for our operations crews! If you haven't heard, both the American Eagle and American Flyer lifts are being replaced for the 2018-19 winter season. The Eagle will be a combination lift of gondola cabins and 6-person chairs while the Flyer will be a 6-person chair with bubble enclosures. Also, a brand new entry monument is currently being built! Stay tuned for more updates throughout the summer.
American Eagle and American Flyer Update
When your meeting is not in session, extracurricular activities are a great team building opportunity but also a way to experience the local area. Copper and Summit County area offer plenty to do when you’re not up to official business. Here are five things you should build into your itinerary:
Meals are a key component to any successful gathering whether it’s for work or for pleasure. If you think being in the mountains of Colorado limits your options, think again. Copper Mountain offers conference dining that may be better than what you can find at home.
The Colorado Rocky Mountains are one of the most inspiring places in the world. Such a stimulating and incredible environment can provoke some of the best ideas and plans, making Copper Mountain an ideal place for your next meeting.
by Sally Francklyn
During the 2018-19 season, Copper Mountain will demonstrate its desire to keep improving. With Copper’s addition of a new restaurant, plus upgrades to existing chairlifts, the resort wants to make sure skiers and riders enjoy the sunshine, eat delicious food, and keep coming back for more.
by Lisa Blake
It’s summer bucket-list-building time. Here are seven incredible ways to experience Copper Mountain this summer.
by Lu Snyder
At Copper, the snow season doesn’t end with winter.
April can be a bittersweet month as Copper’s winter season comes to an end. For many folks, closing day marks the time to hang up skis and snowboards and plan for summer adventures: hiking, biking, rafting, camping. Noah Schwander has his eyes on summer, too, but as Copper’s Terrain Park and Progression Manager, it’s his job to ensure there’s no end to the snow even though the lifts are no longer spinning.
By Mikaela Ruland
I live down on the plains of Denver and the signs of spring are all around. Temps have been climbing into the sixties and seventies, the trees are starting to bud and my mind is wandering to summer adventures.