by Sally Francklyn
On February 11, 2018, I was invited to go snowshoeing at Copper Mountain. This event was through the newly opened Adventure Station at Copper, near Camp Hale coffee shop. My friend Scott went with me, and we were ready to summit Copper Peak—or at least snowshoe to the top.
by Lisa Blake
One of the most thrilling perks (and hidden gems) at Copper Mountain is the free Tucker Mountain Snowcat. Expert skiers and riders load up in groups of 12 to catch a free ride to 273 acres of glorious high-alpine back bowls. When other resorts’ powder days have churned into crunchy bumped-out runs, Copper skiers are soaking up face-shots on Tucker, some of Colorado's best in-bounds terrain.
By Tracy Greenhalgh
Tragedy struck, then the rising
The High Fives Foundation, started nine years ago by Roy Tuscany, poses a powerful mission statement: To support the dreams of outdoor sports athletes by raising injury prevention awareness while providing resources and inspiration to those who suffer life-altering injuries.
by Tracy Ross
Excerpt; full article can be read in the 2017-2018 Town + Mountain Magazine which can be viewed online here: Town + Mountain.
With world-class ski and snowboard venues right here in Summit County, athletes from around the world continue to descend on Copper to compete and train and we’re ready to support them in every way that we can.
by Lu Snyder
Family ski days with your little tyke can be both exhilarating and (dare I say it?) a little boring. There’s nothing quite like the thrill of seeing your youngster get a taste of the sport you love, but unless you’re a beginner skier or boarder yourself, green runs can get old, fast.
It doesn’t have to be that way.
By Mikaela Ruland
When thinking about Copper’s Moonlight Dine and Ski, I’d envisioned something along the lines of The Night Before Christmas. You know, “the moon on the breast of the new fallen snow gave the luster of midday to objects below?”
I couldn’t have been farther off base, I realized, as I prepared to follow a guy in a blinking vest down a pitch-black run.