Copper Mountain Joins the Party – Snow Season Extended through the Weekend

Copper Mountain’s Resort Leadership Team announced that the ski and ride season will be extended for the upcoming weekend, April 19–21. Copper Mountain resort has received over a foot of snow since closing day, April 14; and up to 20 more inches are predicted in the forecast through Sunday, April 21.
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Spring is historically the snowiest time of year in Colorado and has produced for Copper Mountain with snow totals accumulating over 8 feet in March and April alone. “Mother Nature is a fickle business partner and apparently she wasn’t ready for the ski season to be over. We can’t think of a better way to thank our loyal guests for celebrating our 40th Anniversary season with us,” said Gary Rodgers, President and General Manager of Copper Mountain Resort. “I personally invite everyone who didn’t get enough snow days in this season to come take advantage of the amazing conditions that we still have to offer.”

Copper Mountain will open American Flyer, Sierra and Timberline lifts this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 19-21, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. each day. Skier services including food and beverage offerings and rental and retail options will be limited to Center Village.

All Copper Mountain season pass products will be valid including Rocky Mountain Superpass and Superpass Plus, Four Pack’s with remaining days and Copper Mountain Season Passes. The Snow Day pass will be valid if 4 inches or more are reported. Lift tickets are available for a special 40th Anniversary rate of $40. The 40th Anniversary ticket is not valid with any other discounts or promotions. For more information, visit www.coppercolorado.com.

~MTN Town Magazine

Featured Image: Kristin Lummis

2nd Image: Copper Mountain

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