Copper Mountain Season Pass Products Now on Sale for 2013/14 Season

Copper Mountain has received over 3 ½ feet in the month of March alone; making it the best time to lock in your days for next season. Skiers and riders can now purchase all 2013/14 Copper Mountain season pass products.

March 22, 2013

  • Buy before April 16 for the lowest rate, guaranteed
  • Season Pass Holders reap the benefits with deep discounts
  • License to Ride sweetens the deal for youth

COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colo. – March 22, 2013 – Copper Mountain has received over 3 ½ feet in the month of March alone; making it the best time to lock in your days for next season. Skiers and riders can now purchase all 2013/14 Copper Mountain season pass products. The Copper Pass offers full, unlimited access to Copper Mountain all season long. The Four Pack offers four non-transferable days to use any time during the season. Both products have zero blackout dates.

The Copper Pass and Four Pack holders receive great benefits all season long including 50% off walk up tubing sessions, 10% off all retail purchases at Copper Sports, Kelly’s Closet and Spyder, and free scenic lift rides during the 2013 summer.

Buy before April 16 and lock in the lowest rate for The Copper Pass at $369 and Four Pack at $149. The Copper Season Pass can be purchased at any Copper Mountain Guest Service location, or online. Renew your Copper Pass now and receive three transferable Secret Pass upgrade vouchers to skip lift lines during peak times. Guests renewing Four Pack products can do so online while new Four Pack holders must purchase the product in person at any Guest Services location. Renew your Four Pack now and receive one bonus day of skiing and riding as well as one transferrable Secret Pass upgrade voucher.

Youth ages 17 and under can make the most of their Copper Pass with the new License 2 Ride product from Powdr Resorts. Youth/teen passholders who purchase their winter 2013-14 season pass to one of six participating Powdr Resorts will receive privileges to ride the other five additional resorts for free. Participating resorts include Boreal Mountain Resort in California, Copper Mountain Resort in Colorado, Killington Mountain Resort in Vermont, Mt Bachelor Resort in Oregon, Park City Mountain Resort in Utah and Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort in Nevada. Plus, passholders who currently have a 2012-13 youth/teen pass or who purchase their 2013-14 season pass by May 1, 2013 will save $200 on a week at summer camp at one of Woodward’s four locations in the United States.

The Rocky Mountain Super Pass and Super Pass Plus are also on sale now with Monarch Mountain as the newest addition to available resorts. Through April 15, RMSP or RMSP+ passes can be purchased at the reduced rate of just $419 which includes unlimited skiing at Winter Park and Copper Mountain, six unrestricted days at Steamboat and three unrestricted days at Monarch Mountain. The Rocky Mountain Super Pass and Pass Plus can be purchased online, by calling (800) 977-7669, or by visiting Christy Sports.

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Media Contacts:

Austyn Williams, Public Relations, awilliams@coppercolorado.com

Stephanie Sweeney, Public Relations, ssweeney@coppercolorado.com

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