by Sally Francklyn
The USASA (United States Snowboard and Freeski Association) is building a community of skiers and riders, rather than being just a competition. Tricia Byrnes, the Marketing Manager for USASA, said the regional events are “Where winter kids hone their skills, meet their friends, and embark on an Olympics, World Cup, or X Games career.” USASA is a great way to get a taste of competing in winter sports activities.
by Tracy Block
Fresh off the slopes, nestled between the American Eagle and American Flyers lifts, sits Downhill Duke’s. The elevated al fresco haunt is Copper Mountain’s dog-friendly haven, and is enjoying its first, official ski season (the outpost officially opened last summer). Whether you’re a local or a visitor, if you have your doggo in tow, take a load off at Duke’s, where your furry friend is even invited to join you up on a bar stool. Named for his legendary Rocky Mountain status, Duke is the poster pup for after-hours fun after your last Copper run.
by Doug Blake
Spring won’t be the only thing in the air on March 9th at Copper Mountain. 10 Barrel’s Hella Big Air competition takes over Center Village for the second year in a row setting out to launch skiers, propel snowboarders, and deluge craft beers all in the name of love and money. The Hella series hits Summit County in the first of three stops across the
by Mikaela Ruland
I grew up skiing Copper Mountain.
Back then, the days looked a little bit different. I’d awkwardly stumble through the parking lot, carrying the whole family’s poles as my mom kept my sister upright and my dad precariously balanced four pairs of skis in his arms.
by Lu Snyder
My family and I recently skied a new mountain. Though we studied the trail map intently, we still had many questions remaining as we tried to determine where to go first, what trails to hit, where to find the best views. “Wouldn’t it be great if we knew a local?” we wished aloud.
At Copper, you can – and it doesn’t cost a penny.
By Lisa Blake
Copper Mountain’s Ski with a Ranger program is worth stopping to smell the pine, spot the fox tracks and earn some chocolate. Here’s what I learned on a recent guided outing.
by Courtney Wilson
Let’s be real, it’s 2019. Things are different now. You’re either tapping into Instagram, or you’re missing out.
I could go on and say how the world is wide. I could repeat your parents and say that fresh air is good for you, but no one wants to hear that. You want to hear the truth, don’t you?
by Tracy Block
One of the best advantages of living in a city like Denver is the fact that a breezy drive to Copper Mountain is less than two hours each way! If I’ve had a long week, sometimes I treat myself to a Friday visit to the mountain, which is especially beneficial in avoiding weekend crowds.