At Copper, it's all about being passionate for what you do and sharing that passion with others. Woodward Ski Coach Brooke Potter explains.
What brought you to Copper?
If you're thinking about applying to work at Copper, don't hesitate! Take it from our Childcare Manager/Play-cation Designer Jennifer Young from Davenport, IA.
What brought you to Copper?
While it’s only September, it’s time to start thinking about your Copper ski vacation. Before we know it, the snow will be flying and you’ll want to be prepared for your visit to Colorado. Here are some tips to book like a pro.
1) Book NOW.
The earlier you buy, the better the deals are especially when it comes to lodging prices, lift tickets and special add-ons like activities, rentals and lessons.
2) Book any ancillary activities or offers in advance too.
Let’s face it: many minds are drifting off to winter and all of its powder glory. As you begin to think about it, you realize ‘shoot! I haven’t gotten my Season Pass yet!” Well, don’t fret. Each year, Labor Day weekend is the 2nd best time to buy your pass after our spring sales. Here’s the low-down:
1) The Four Pack + Bonus Day is only available in person from August 24 – September 4, 2018. (September 3 at REI)
We know you've got lots of questions and concerns before, during and after your trip to Copper as well as Colorado. Follow along this bi-weekly series for insight and insider tips on everything from lodging to tickets to activities and more.
Here are 7 tips to help you make the most of all the summer activities at Copper:
So you’re getting excited for Mac & Cheese Fest at Copper Mountain. You’ve got your tickets, you’ve seen the menu and you’ve got your schedule planned. Well, here are some important tips to keep in mind so you can make the most of it.
1. Don’t skip breakfast.
by Steph Sweeney
As we slowly made our way up the road full of dirt and rocks, the mountain felt different. It took me a few minutes to recognize some of my favorite trails and I thought ‘huh, who knew all this green grass was here?’ and ‘whoa, that looks way steeper without snow.’ While the winter is tranquil in its own way, there’s something even more peaceful now. I chalk it up to the people - or lack thereof - and all the wildlife we saw along the way.
SEATTLE—July 9, 2018 -- Explore the Colorado Rocky Mountains and try something new this summer with experiences and classes through REI’s Adventure Station now available at Copper Mountain. From guided stargazing complete with beer and wine to summiting a 13er to sharpening backcountry survival skills, a menu of programs offer unique Colorado experiences throughout the summer months. Highlights for brand-new summer experiences include: