Press Release Archive

Thank you for your interest in Copper Mountain. We welcome you to visit so you can see for yourself what we mean by an easily accessible, world-class, playful and less complicated resort. There's a reason why Copper is consistently voted the locals' favorite and this is your chance to find out why.

Press Release Archive

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Copper Mountain is the 'Pot of Gold' All March Long

With over 20 feet of snow this season and forecasted storms on the horizon, Copper Mountain packs March with events and unsurpassed skiing and riding. February and March are historically full of the best conditions of the winter season; the time to enjoy Copper’s 2,216 acres of sliding splendor is now.

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Cupid’s Arrow hits Copper Mountain this Presidents Weekend, Feb 14 - 17

Copper Mountain has surpassed 200 inches of snow for the 2013/2014 winter season, making conditions the best they have been in years. Enjoy the fresh snow and fall in love at Copper over President’s Weekend with Copper Uncorked and in Love.

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La Maratona Verticale Born from the Mountains as a Partnership Between Bad to the Bone and Skyrunning

Bad to the Bone Endurance Sports, a leader in the event production industry and the company behind the Ultra Race of Champions, is proud to announce the creation of La Maratona Verticale (The Vertical Marathon), an European style race which will take place on iconic Copper Mountain.

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Foot-Upon-Foot of Fresh Snow in January Ushers in an Eventful February at Copper Mountain

The snowfall this winter season is impressive; 35 inches in the past week brings the season total at Copper Mountain to 166 inches. The conditions are the best they have been in years, so fall in love all over again this February at Copper.

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Copper Mountain Announces Ski and Ride University in Support of National Learn to Ski and Ride Month

With nearly 5 feet of snow in the first 14 days of January and a brand new program called Ski and Ride University, Copper Mountain is the perfect place to embrace a new winter sport this season. Copper’s Ski and Ride University is inspired by National Learn to Ski and Ride Month and makes hitting the slopes attainable and affordable for anyone completely new to the sports of skiing and snowboarding.

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Celebrate the Best Conditions of the New Year at Copper during MLK Weekend, Jan. 18-20

With over 2 feet of new snow in the new year so far and more in the forecast, 2014 is shaping up to be happy indeed at Copper Mountain. Martin Luther King weekend is the perfect time to check out the best conditions of the year, during Copper’s WinterBike and Safety Fest, January 18 - 20.

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Celebrate New Year’s Eve and Conquer Resolutions this January at Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain throws a party remembering 2013 and celebrating the start to 2014 on Tuesday, Dec. 31. NYE Rail Session hosted by Woodward at Copper will be held under the lights in Burning Stones Plaza in Center Village including a torchlight parade, kids’ glow-light parade, fire dancers from 5 – 7 p.m. Fireworks will commence over West Lake at 10 p.m. 2014 kicks off with a packed lineup of events giving Copper guests the perfect time fulfill the resolution to be more active on the slopes in the new year.

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White Takes Strategic Third at Copper

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Shaun White (Carlsbad, CA) made a big leap towards Sochi Sunday with his third-place finish at the Paul Mitchell Slopestyle at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix. White’s top-four result fulfilled the objective criteria for Olympic qualification as well as gave him the highest U.S. result so far in the five-event qualification series, putting him in a solid position going into the three remaining events.

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Clark Leads Copper Sweep

Olympic gold medalist Kelly Clark (West Dover, VT) mathematically clinched her spot on the 2014 Olympic halfpipe snowboarding team Saturday with her win at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Copper. Clark led a U.S. sweep of the halfpipe finals with Arielle Gold (Steamboat Springs, CO) and Gretchen Bleiler (Aspen, CO).

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Gold Leads U.S. Sweep at Sprint Grand Prix

Rookie rider Taylor Gold (Steamboat Springs, CO) led a U.S. sweep with Greg Bretz (Mammoth Lakes, CA) and Ben Ferguson (Bend, OR) in the halfpipe final at the Sprint U.S. Grand Prix at Copper. Gold put down his winning score during the very first run of the competition after barley qualifying for the final in 16th.

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