Copper Mountain Opens July 4 With Resort Activities and New Programming
Copper Lodging Packages Starting at $79 Per Night; Family Day Pass Available For $99
Copper Mountain invites guests to experience a summer mountain escape with a variety of expanded outdoor pursuits for the whole family available July 4. With lodging now available for as low as $79 per night, guests have the chance to discover Copper’s resort activities, new daily and weekend programming, outdoor dining or Woodward Copper summer programs.
“We are thrilled to welcome guests back to Copper Mountain this summer,” said Dustin Lyman, president and general manager of Copper Mountain. “While we know there remains a lot of uncertainty, we believe spending time with family in the outdoors has never been more important. As such, we’re committed to provide a safe and memorable experience for visitors and staff.”
Copper will be opening the Woodward Express lift for easy access to mountain activities such as hiking, mountain biking with bike hauls and, scenic chairlift rides. Mountain bikes and E-Bikes are available to rent from Copper Sports West Bike Shop. The Rocky Mountain Coaster and Copper Creek 18-hole golf course will also reopen and are taking reservations online at CopperColorado.com. To unlock a full day of fun, families of four can purchase a Family Day Pass for $99 which includes two coaster tickets and unlimited lift rides for each family member.
In addition to resort activities, Woodward Copper will be opening The Barn and Central Park, Colorado’s only real-snow terrain park beginning July 5. New this summer, Woodward is offering lessons to participants as young as three in disciplines including ski, snowboard, skateboard, BMX and scooter. Guests can choose between half-day, full-day and multi-day lesson options. The Barn will also be offering modified Intro and Drop-In Sessions daily. Advanced reservations are required and can be made online at CopperColorado.com/woodward.
Copper has extended its outdoor entertainment options to include free daily and weekend programming this summer. Retro Reels by Yeti, a new drive-in movie series, kicks off July 4 and will feature classic family-friendly films every Saturday through Sept. 26. Connect with the beauty of summer in the Rockies with morning yoga sessions and guided nature hikes on Saturdays and Sundays, by reservation only. Families are encouraged to visit The Zone by Coke near Ten Mile Circle where kids can get creative with sidewalk chalk and a variety of free crafts.
Copper will also be introducing new daily programming options including a Copper Goosechase Virtual Scavenger Hunt, a Subaru Remote Control Car Park, Remote Control Boats on West Lake and a Woodward Bike Skills Course by Red Bull.
To fuel up for adventure, Copper Mountain’s dining locations will feature takeaway and expanded outdoor seating options. For the most updated dining and retail offerings, visit CopperColorado.com.
In partnership with Summit County Public Health, Copper Mountain has implemented social distancing protocols, mandatory face cover requirements, enhanced cleanliness measures that both guests and employees must adhere to. To further protect the Copper community the resort requires daily employee health screenings, enhanced cleaning and disinfecting procedures and group gathering management. For more information about health and safety precautions, visit CopperColorado.com/covid-safety.
For more details on Copper’s summer offerings including lodging packages starting at $79 per night, visit CopperColorado.com. Stay connected all summer long by following @CopperMtn on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.