Copper Blog

First High Country Wildflowers spotted!

date icon April 18, 2014

While the ski slopes of Copper Mountain are still covered in deep snow, parts of Summit County are emerging from a deep winter's sleep. Believe it or not, hikers are reporting early wildflowers from some lower-elevation south-facing slopes.

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Copper’s Woodward Summer Sessions Filling Up Fast

date icon April 17, 2014

Big winter snows and a cool spring will help Copper Mountain maintain a set of halfpipes for skiers and snowboarders participating in Woodward summer sessions, from June 15 through the end of July. The resort says spots for the popular summer camps are filling up fast.

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More Ziplines, Colorado!

date icon April 16, 2014

Summer is about to get a lot more exciting at Colorado ski areas. The U.S. Forest Service has finalized a set of rules that will guide new development of warm-season activities on public lands leased to ski areas like Copper Mountain.

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Are You Ready for a Toll Lane on I-70?

date icon April 15, 2014

A new eastbound peak-period toll lane on I-70 could speed the return trip to Denver for motorists willing to pay extra.

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How Many Travel Gurus Can Sit on a Mountaintop?

date icon April 13, 2014

In the waning days of a stellar ski season, mountain tourism stakeholders gathered in Breckenridge for the annual Mountain Travel Symposium to track some of the trends that drive the market.

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