Copper Blog

30,000-year-old cave art added to World Heritage list

date icon September 20, 2014

The Piedmont wine landscape of Italy, the Himalayan National Park Conservation Area and 20,000-year-old cave paintings in France were all added to the ever-growing list of world heritage sites this year, gaining well-deserved recognition for their universal cultural, natural and historic values.

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Get Ready - The 2014 Ski Season Starts Halloween-style!

date icon September 18, 2014

The 2014 Colorado ski season will start with all-American Halloween festivities, with opening day at Copper Mountain set for Friday, October 31 featuring ghosts, goblins and zombies. The best costumes will win a prize, and there's even a trick-for-treats event at the Woodward Bowl.

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Stuck on I-70? Tell Your Congressman!

date icon September 16, 2014

There may not be a whole lot you can do if you end up stuck in skier traffic on I-70 this winter, but at least you can vent with the new I’m Stuck app, which enables you to instantly send a message to your elected officials in Washington, D.C.

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Finding Fall Colors Near Copper Mountain

date icon September 06, 2014

It's a great time of year to recharge with a quick mini-vacation to the mountains and to enjoy Summit County and Copper Mountain like a local, whether you enjoy hiking, fishing, biking — or simply lounging by a stream or lake in the afternoon sun.

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Will El Niño Bring Big Snows to Copper this Winter?

date icon August 31, 2014

What's the outlook for winter snowfall at Copper? Pacific moisture could help set up a good early season base, according to the long-term outlook from the Climate Prediction Center.

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