Copper Colorado Condos

Category Archive for Winter Activities

February 17, 2014

A Colorado Winter to Remember

Winter in Summit County started early this year, with a few dustings in September and some significant snowfall in early October coinciding with the peak of the fall color season, seen here at the Meadow Creek trailhead in Frisco.

January 26, 2014

Copper Mountain Lodging: It’s not Just for Skiing

Copper Mountain has long held a reputation as one of the best ski mountains in Colorado thanks to its location in a snowy slot between the Gore and Tenmile ranges — not to mention the naturally divided terrain. But the resort also offers a full slate of other winter activities, from the romantic to the whimsical.

January 13, 2014

Are you ready for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics?

For those of us who love the cold season, the Winter Olympics are always a quadrennial highlight, featuring the best athletes in the world, competing in the sports that we love. And the upcoming 2014 games in Sochi, Russia, starting Feb. 6, will up the ante for skiers and snowboarders. For the first time ever, slopestyle skiers and snowboarders will compete for gold, along with speed-loving downhillers, slalom aces, crosscountry racers and ski jumpers.

January 08, 2014

Try Snowshoeing or Crosscountry Skiing — For Free — This Weekend

Zipping up the mountain on Copper Mountain's high-speed lifts is awesome, but there's a quieter side to being outside in the winter that will be featured during the 19th annual Winter Trails day on Jan. 11. Crosscountry ski areas and gear-makers will team up to give winter sports enthusiasts the chance to try snowshoeing and cross country skiing free at venues throughout North America.

January 03, 2014

If Your New Years Resolution is to Ski More, We Can Help!

With some of the best early season snow in recent years, we're sure that many of you have made a New Years resolution to ski more — and we'd like to help you keep it. And why not — this season is shaping up to be one of the best snow years in recent memory. Copper has picked up more than 100 inches of snow for the season, and 13 inches in the first few days of 2014, with more on the way and nearly 2,000 acres of terrain open for skiing and riding.

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