COPPER MOUNTAIN, COLORADO
January 15, 2018 (Monday)
January 19, 2018 (Friday)
Cost: $TBA (3 day lift) by Check Only,
$TBA (3 day lift) by Credit Card
Cost: $TBA (no lift) by Check Only,
$TBA (no lift) by Credit Card
Two payment options:
Pay by check and receive the discounted price. Pay using Credit Card which includes a 3% Paypal fee (Club does not receive any part of this fee).
Insurance is highly recommended
Trip Leader: Laura Herrick
- Round trip bus transportation from Denver to Copper (2 hours)
- 4 nights lodging at Copper Mtn Lodging (4 per condo)
- Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen and fireplace
- Jacuzzi & sauna
- 3 day lift ticket
- Hot tub parties
- Complimentary Ski & Board Storage
- Round trip air from Milwaukee to Denver on Southwest Airlines:
- 1/15/18: MKE/DEN #734 815A - 10:00A
- 1/19/18: DEN/MKE #1127 1:30P - 4:40P
Nestled in the Ten Mile and Gore wilderness ranges just 75 miles west of Denver Copper Mountain, a self-contained ski resort resembles a small village. Its transformed base houses unique restaurants, a cozy shopping plaza and new condominiums in which skiers rest after a day on the slopes. On slope, Copper Mountain's terrain is naturally divided for all abilities and includes fantastic bowl skiing. Off slope, Copper features three recently completed base villages that have redefined the Copper experience.
If you think Copper is just skiing & snowboarding … think again. Kick off the boots and scope out the other activities Copper has to offer. From relaxing spa treatments to exciting tubing sessions, guests can enjoy wide-range of awesome. Whether it’s getting rowdy at Copper’s Après Ski or pleasing those taste buds at our wonderful restaurants, Copper has it all.
Copper Mountain is a full service resort that offers everything you could desire in a mountain vacation. Known locally as "Colorado's Perfect Ski Mountain," Copper’s naturally divided terrain which ranges from beginner to extreme assures that any type of skier will have a truly enjoyable experience. Copper Mountain is Summit County's largest ski and snowboard resort, with total skiable area of 2,465 acres, 126 designated trails and 22 lifts, Copper has a trail classification of 21%/25%/36%/18% (beginner/intermediate/adv/expert).