Copper Blog

Snowmaking Under Way At Copper Mountain!

date icon October 05, 2015

Snow-makers at Copper Mountain said they were able to fire up their equipment for the first time this season early on October 4, as the so-called wet-bulb temperature dropped below that magic threshold that enables ski resorts to turn water into snow.

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Rocky Mountain National Park Ups Entrance Fees

date icon October 01, 2015

After ending September with a free day, Rocky Mountain National Park is upping its entrance and camping fees effective Oct. 1, in line with many other national parks around the country.

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CDOT Wants Input For Pricing New I-70 Toll Lane

date icon September 29, 2015

Colorado highway engineers say a new eastbound I-70 lane will be open for traffic sometime this winter, and CDOT wants input on how much commuting skiers might be willing to pay to shorten their trip back to the Front Range.

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It’s World Tourism Day — Hug A Tourist!

date icon September 27, 2015

Five straight years of tourism growth have helped fuel the global economic recovery, UN officials said this week during the leadup to World Tourism Day, held each year to raise awareness about the role of tourism.

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One More Time: Happy Birthday, Dinosaur National Monument!

date icon September 26, 2015

Dinosaur National Monument may be one of Colorado's best-kept public lands secrets, but that's been changing this year, as the area celebrated its 100th birthday.

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