When your meeting is not in session, extracurricular activities are a great team building opportunity but also a way to experience the local area. Copper and Summit County area offer plenty to do when you’re not up to official business. Here are five things you should build into your itinerary:

1) Happy hour on the resort. Check out Ten Mile Tavern for 17 Colorado beers on tap and a sunny patio or try Mahi’s Fish Tacos for a margarita and taco special.

Tacos and a margarita from Mahi's Fish Tacos at Copper Mountain in Colorado

2) Ride the Rocky Mountain Coaster. Open in both the winter and summer, this alpine coaster sends you down through the forest at speeds up to 25 mph. It’s a fun and exhilarating way to reset your mind! 

A woman and child come down the Rocky Mountain Coaster at Copper Mountain in Colorado

3) Skiing or snowboarding. Because Copper is a ski resort after all. If you get a chance, rent some gear and head up the hill for some fresh air and time on the snow.

4) During the summer months, put your skills to the test inside the Woodward WreckTangle. This ninja-inspired obstacle course is complete with a short zipline, cargo nets and more. Challenge your fellow meeting attendees!

Two women run through the Woodward WreckTangle at Copper Mountain

5) Located just 6 miles east of Copper is the Town of Frisco. Complete with a charming Main Street with plenty of shopping and dining, it’s a great place to spend an afternoon. It is easily accessible by Summit County’s free bus system the Summit Stage, running once or twice an hour (depending on the season).

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