WebCams

Located high on top of Copper Mountain at the summit of the Excelerator Chairlift at Patrol Head Quarters, the Excelerator WebCam showcases the breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains from Copper Mountain Resort.

Excelerator HD WebCam

Located high on top of Copper Mountain at the summit of the Excelerator Chairlift at Patrol Head Quarters, the Excelerator WebCam showcases the breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains from Copper Mountain Resort.

Elevation: 12,000 ft.

Latitude:  39 28’ 30.78” North

Longitude:  106.9’8.16” West

http://63.234.35.249/view/viewer_index.shtml?id=603

 

To request use of this camera for broadcast please follow the below steps in ensure a slot.

  1. Choose one of the following shots from the Excelerator Cam
  2. Email Copper Public Relations, publicrelations@coppercolorado.com, requesting time and type of shot.

 

Once your request is received a member of Copper Mountain Public Relations will respond, set up your shot and block it off for your use.

I-70 West Bound – Vail Pass

View storms form heading over Vail Pass heading into Summit County and the Front Range. Great view for time lapses of clouds and storm development.  This shot also shows the top of the Excelerator Lift at Copper Mountain.


Ten Mile Range

Ten Mile Range is an extension of the Mosquito Range which is part of the Rocky Mountains. They are spilt on the Continental Divide; the Ten Mile Range is on the west side of the divide.  You can also see the top of Resolution Lift at Copper Mountain.


I-70 East Bound – Gore Range & Ten Mile Range

This view shows down valley and east bound Interstate 70. The left side of this shot shows the Gore Range and right is the Ten Mile Range. This shows storms moving down the valley to the Front Range.



Gore Range

The Gore Range is a wildlife area located directly across the valley from Copper Mountain Ski Resort. From this shot you can see skiers enjoying the day as well as any weather developments.


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