A Season of Powder for Only $99

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Copper Mountain, CO…December 13, 2010…After more than 120 inches of snow and a few hot buttered rums, we started getting nostalgic for the snow days of yesteryear, so Copper Mountain is bringing them back. Start building up your stamina, snow-lovers. Every time Copper gets four or more inches of snow, your lift ticket is on the house.

Join the Snow Day team for just $99, because four inches has never been so satisfying. For more info, visit CopperColorado.com/snowdaypass Copper has had such great snow so far this year we thought this would be the perfect product for someone who doesn’t want to invest in a season pass but also wants to take advantage of the great snow.

Just a couple quick stats to show how Copper is doing this year compared to same time last year: – Last year we had 25 trails open – roughly 20% of our terrain and had only 50” of snowfall – This year, we have 107 trails open – 66% of our Terrain and 122” of snowfall Copper averages 42 storms a year that dump 4+” of snow.

We also are one of the only resorts to have a web cam on our snow stake so you can double check our snow totals – we believe in being totally transparent in our snow reporting. You can check it out here: coppercolorado.com/winter/the_mountain/snow_stake_cam.

Give the Gift of a Snow Day Pass:
As a last minute holiday gift, create your own Snow Stake to put under the tree for that special brother, mother or lover, visit CopperColorado.com/winter/landingpages/snowstake.pdf.

Fun details of the Snow Day Pass: Ski/ride on any 4”+ day! – No Blackout Dates – Two (2) Friends & Family Tickets available for $59 – Guaranteed snow day access on 2/6/11 – Super Bowl Sunday and 4/15/11 – Tax Day (with or without the help of Mother Nature) – Non-transferable picture product; non-refundable and not for resale; quantities are limited

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