• Copper Mountain’s July Events
    Posted by at July 5th
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    Summer is in full swing at Copper Mountain Resort with all Village at Copper activities in motion. The greens are alive at the Copper Creek Golf Course, and Woodward at Copper Summer Camp still has snow, so guests you can take advantage of the newly renovated Woodward at Copper Barn. Below is a quick snap-shot of what headlining events are coming up in July.

    Wanderlust_Copper Mountain

    Wanderlust_Copper Mountain

     

    Upcoming July Events

    July 4-7: Wanderlust at Copper Mountain
    Wanderlust is a one-of-a-kind festival bringing together the world’s leading yoga teachers, top musical acts and DJs, renowned speakers, top chefs and winemakers — all in a setting of breathtaking natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains. This summer, Wanderlust coincides with Copper Mountain’s 4th of July celebration. Bring the whole family as musical artist MOBY headlines this progressive festival. Artist interviews are available upon request. More information

    July 22-24: Courage Classic
    The 24th Annual Children’s Hospital Courage Classic returns to Copper Mountain for three days of cycling over three Rocky Mountain passes. Over 2,000 riders hit the roads to raise money for the Children’s Hospital in Denver. This season, all starts and finishes are based out of Copper Mountain making Center Village the hub for entertainment throughout the tour. More information

    Copper Mountain

    Copper Mountain

    July 27: Hike MS Colorado
    Lace up the hiking boots, fill up the hydration pack and grab friends and family to hike for a great cause. Join Hike MS at Copper Mountain this summer and climb for a cure for Multiple Sclerosis in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Hiking routes vary from two to ten miles to accommodate all abilities.More Information

    Activities

    If the absolutely breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains and the ambiance of the cool mountain air mixed with glorious rays of sunshine aren’t enough for the tween in the family, don’t worry – Copper has it covered. Copper Mountain offers enough activities to keep the overactive members of the family completely entertained while parents focus on relaxation. June 14 marks Copper Mountain’s Summer 2013 opening weekend. Visitors can take advantage of free lift rides up to the American Eagle Chairlift with any $10 purchase in the village. Embrace the views, break a sweat and hike down to the base, or embrace adrenaline and rent a bike or diggler haul for the day for just $15. Other activities include Summit County’s only Go-Kart track, mini golf, bumper boats and paddle boats on West Lake, the climbing wall and the Alpine Rush Zip Line.

    Copper Creek Golf Course is also now open for the summer. Take in the spellbinding views of the Ten Mile Range on Copper’s 18 hole, 69 par course. JJ’s Rocky Mountain Tavern in East Village is conveniently located next to the course and is perfect for an après-golf happy hour drink or snack. Lodge at Copper Mountain this summer and save 20% off on golf.

    Woodward at Copper

    Woodward at Copper summer camp season is in full swing. Woodward Summer camps are far reaching across all action sports including snowboard and ski camps, skateboard, BMX and slopestyle mountain bike camps, and digital media camps. There’s still time to book a session, more information here.

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    Woodward_Tripp Fay

    The Woodward at Copper Barn, a 19,400 square foot indoor training facility, is now open after a half-million dollar renovation. All current synthetic snow surfaces have been replaced with Skatelite, a hard surface designed for wheels. This new surface boosts jumping progression far beyond just snowboards and skis to include skateboards, BMX, mountain bike. In addition, a new progressive foam pit has been added next to the current big jump line. The new foam pit includes a drop-in platform with small jumps designed for development of beginner park skills. The street area has doubled in size allowing for full access by BMX, mountain bike, skateboards and park snowboards and skis. Renovations also include two new viewing areas giving spectators an up-close peek at the action.

     


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