Sipp'n on Spring: Copper's Best Drinks

by Doug Blake

Springtime in the Rockies has few constants when it comes to the weather report but bountiful guarantees when it comes to mountain living.  Goggle tans, lightened lift lines, extended apres’, and a melting of good times highlight just some of the expected pleasures of the blossoming climate and culture.  Summer is right around the corner but don’t forget to savor the season while checking out Copper Mountain’s best drinks on and off the hill.

 

3 Ways to Flaunt Your Spring Ski Style

by Tracy Block

With Copper Mountain’s 2018-2019 Closing Day soon approaching, the time is NOW to flaunt your spring ski style. Temperatures are on the rise, so now, you can toss a few layers, and celebrate the end of the season with a festive, loud look. Not sure how to embody spring ski fashion in Colorado? Here are a few ideas to help you along the way.

 

1. Rock a onesie from Shinesty

Winter Solitude: Copper's Nordic trail system is a hidden gem

by Lu Snyder

It turns out Copper’s best kept secret might also be Summit County’s.

Copper is home more than 20 kilometers of Nordic trails – groomed for classic and skate skiing and snowshoeing – ranging from gently rolling greens along Copper’s golf course in the East Village, to more challenging trails that wind through the hills by Copper’s Lewis Ranch neighborhood and on into secluded forests west of the ski area. Yet despite the free and convenient access, the Nordic trails remain mostly undiscovered.

USASA Nationals at Copper

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.