COPPER MTN, CO
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This ended up being my last day for the season. One bad fall will break your thumb.
I’m a total klutz so this wasn’t a surprise. Mind the ruts when you get off the lift because it will push you off the ramp and if you don’t know how to fall bad things can happen.
For the lines being insane as they were it was a fun day. Blue ski and corn snow do make for epic skiing sometimes. You just need to be on gaper patrol to dodge the tourists that are in town and decided today was the day to learn how to ski.
Spring Break – Copper Mountain really is the best place in my opinion in Summit County for parking. You are really close to the bus and it’s free. That’s getting more rare every year.
More about Copper:
Copper Mountain is a mountain and ski resort located in Summit County, Colorado, about 75 miles (120 km) west of Denver on Interstate 70. The resort has 2,465 acres (3.9 sq mi; 10.0 km2) of in-bounds terrain under lease from the U.S. Forest Service, White River National Forest, Dillon Ranger District. It is operated by Powdr Corporation.