Competition and Training Programs
Copper Mountain offers a variety of competition & training programs to fit your group's interests. Whether you need a customized flaik GPS event for your group of 200 or just want to try gate training for yourself, we have coaches and programs that will take care of you and your group's needs.
Club Racing And Custom Race Camps
Club racing is a great way for your group to spend some time together on the mountain enjoying the challenge of our Public Race Arena and the excitement of competition. The race department will prepare group races for groups of all ages, levels and skiing ability.
Masters Skiing Program
Like to go fast? This program is the place to be! Masters training is for anyone getting a bit more serious about racing. Whether you're looking to improve in Master's Races or just like to rip through the gates, check this program out!
Village Race Series
Copper Mountain's Village Race Series is the longest running race league in Summit County. Friends, co-workers and individuals come out every Thursday to compete against one another. Open to all ages of racers, the Village Race Series provides weekly races against some of the best racers in the county, along with some novice racers learning the ropes. Complete with weekly after parties, this fun, competitive league allows for everyone to get out on the snow. Each party includes a video from the day's race and great giveaways.
Public Race Arena And Nastar
An exciting, nationwide racing program with a handicapping system that allows every participant to compare themselves to other racers across the country and the U.S. Ski Team. Participants also have an opportunity to win a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum Medal. They can also keep track of their progress with NASTAR via the internet and can qualify for the NASTAR National championships at the end of the season.
Copper Boardercross Training Program
Speed meets big mountain riding on a race course with your friends! If this sounds like fun, then boardercross is for you! There's nothing subjective about boardercross, the fastest person down the course wins.