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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.
by Lisa Blake
Ski boots are tough. Too stiff and your skiing suffers. Too loose and you’ve got blisters. Luckily, boot experts know their stuff and advanced customizations make it simple to find your Cinderella fit.
Here, Surefoot Copper manager Pat Rudolph shares some boot technician insight and spills on why proper fitting ski boots are your best friend on the mountain.
How to Pack for Your Copper Ski Trip:The must-have winter essentials and comforts for your best vacation ever
by Lisa Blake
The biggest thing to remember when prepping and packing for a Copper Mountain winter vacation is: keep it casual. Copper is known for its hometown Colorado mountain vibe and no-fuss, easy breezy attitude.
Here’s how to layer up, prepare for the cold and make sure the whole family has what they need to thrive on the mountain.
Essentials for Everyone
Copper and Woodward Copper have done it again. On November 30, the Main Vein Superpipe opened to the public marking it the first to open in North America for the 2019-20 winter season.
It is primed and ready to go for both our guests as well as athletes who are set to compete in a variety of competitions coming up this season including the Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix, U.S. Revolution Tour and Dew Tour. See Copper's full event schedule here.
Article courtesy of U.S. Ski & Snowboard
With FIS Snowboard and Freeski World Cup competition already underway in some disciplines, the world’s best halfpipe skiers and riders are gearing up to kick off their northern hemisphere season at the Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix at Copper Mountain, Colo. Dec. 11-14. The event will serve as the second halfpipe World Cup stop for the freeskiers and the season opener for the snowboarders.