Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain
United States Ski and Snowboard Association Nick Alexakos PO Box 100, 1 Victory Lane 84060 Park City, UT

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  • One of the more down-to-earth resorts in the incredible Rocky Mountain corridor that features towns with names like Vail, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Frisco, Copper Mountain is a Colorado local's favorite tucked in amongst its glitzier neighbors.

    Located only 75 miles from Denver, Copper boasts a summit elevation of 3767m, a vertical drop of nearly 800m, and 22 lifts servicing 985 hectares of powder, pistes, terrain parks, and halfpipes.

    It's Copper's impressive freestyle playground that has lured the FIS Freestyle World Cup tour back to its slopes for the 2017/18 season. Blessed with a cross course, four terrain parks, and two halfpipes, Copper is more than equipped to play host to the best freeskiing talent on the planet.

    Copper's 22' Superpipe is typically among the earliest opening facilities in North America, and that pipe will be put through its paces in early December when World Cup halfpipe action kicks off the new winter on Copper's slopes.


Latest News

  • David Wise in Copper

    Martinod and Wise seal the deal in Copper

    The second competition of the 2017/18 FIS Ski halfpipe World Cup season went down at Copper Mountain resort on Friday, with France’s Marie Martinod and the USA’s own David Wise walking away with big victories under perfect, sunny Colorado skies in a mint Copper pipe.

  • David Wise competing in Copper Mountain

    Copper halfpipe World Cup: Qualifications Results

    After more than a three-month brake following the first event of the season in Cardrona (NZL) back in August, the halfpipe World Cup season has kicked off for good in Northern Hemisphere with the qualifications staged here at Copper Mountain (USA) on Wednesday.

  • Copper halfpipe World Cup

    Halfpipe World Cup comes back to Copper Mountain

    The 2017/18 FIS Ski halfpipe World Cup gets back to business with the first competition of the North American winter this week in Copper Mountain, USA, where the full line-up of the always-strong US squad will face the best of the rest of the world in a crucial showdown for PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games qualification points. Qualifications at Copper go down on Wednesday, 6 December, with finals slated for Friday, 8 December.

  • Kevin Rolland in Tignes

    Season preview: 2017/18 halfpipe World Cup

    A look ahead at the 2017/18 FIS Ski halfpipe World Cup...

  • Halfpipe action from Tignes

    2016/17 halfpipe World Cup season recap

    A look back at some of the biggest stories on the 2016/17 FIS Freestyle halfpipe World Cup season. 

  • World Cup Tignes

    Halfpipe: 2016/17 World Cup season preview

    A look ahead at what to expect on the 2016/17 FIS Freestyle halfpipe World Cup