Season passes are on sale at Copper Mountain and this is the time of year where you can get the best deals out there. Lock in prices for as low as $49 down and worry about paying it off later. Here’s the lowdown:
Copper Pass. No blackouts. Avoid the crowds. It’s unlimited and unrestricted. The highest price is $369 for an adult.
Four Pack. This is four days of skiing and riding with no blackout dates. It’s $149 across the board.
Rocky Mountain Super Pass. This pass offers unlimited skiing and riding at Winter Park/Mary Jane and Copper Mountain. The baseline price for an adult is $419.
Rocky Mountain Super Pass Plus. For an extra fee, you get the same as the Rocky Mountain Super Pass but with six unrestricted days at Steamboat and three days at Monarch.
License2Ride. This program is for passholders ages six to 17. It’s offered by Powdr Resorts and Woodward. Purchase a season pass to Copper and get your License 2 Ride for free at Boreal Mountain Resort in California, Killington Mountain Resort in Vermont, Mt. Bachelor Resort in Oregon, Park City Mountain Resort in Utah and Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort in Nevada. Plus, save $200 on a week at Woodward Camp if you purchase before May 1, 2013 (*18 and under at Killington, Mt Bachelor and Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard resorts).
Getting to Copper Mountain can be a bit of a challenge this spring and summer. Work crews will be blasting along I-70. It won’t happen during high traffic times like Friday and Sunday nights, but it could be an inconvenience. Download Colorado Department of Transportation app so you always know the up-to-date schedule.