Saturday, February 8, 2020

What a day! As we make our way through this historic snowfall event, we appreciate your patience. Crews have been working hard through terrain, lift and programming changes all day. Here is some information to know for tomorrow, Saturday, February 8, 2020.

Terrain

Dew Tour is Coming to Copper, Here’s How to Get the Most Out of Your Weekend

We’re days away from welcoming the world’s best skiers and snowboarders as Dew Tour makes its debut at Copper on February 6-9. This is your chance to get up close to the action and watch your favorite freestyle athletes compete at this FREE four-day event. If you’re looking for a weekend in the mountains packed with art, après, athlete signings, and music, Dew Tour at Copper Mountain is the place to be.

How to Raise a Skier: Sharing Your Love of the Sport with your Littles (minus the meltdowns)

by Lisa Blake

Colorado mother of two and family skiing guru, The Brave Ski Mom (a.k.a. Kristen Lummis) has the scoop on raising rippers. She put her boys on skis when they were three years old. Through consistent family ski days, lessons and a team racing program, the skiing seed sprouted into a full-grown love of sliding on snow. Now, as adults ages 20 and 23, her sons show her the way down the mountain.

Copper Mountain Supports Community Non-Profits Through Matched Giving and Lift Ticket Donations

Media Contact:

Taylor Prather

tprather@coppercolorado.com

970-968-2318 ext. 38849

 

COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colo. — Dec. 19, 2019 — In the season of giving, Copper Mountain is proud to support nearly a dozen community-based nonprofit organizations through new partnerships with Lake County Community Fund and the launch of Play Forever Fridays, which kicks off Jan. 10, 2020.