Copper Mountain, CO (February 25, 2003 - News Release) It is a widely known fact that Colorado has more sunny days than Miami, Florida. It is also a fact that Copper Mountain is the largest and least crowded resort in Summit County, boasting over 2,540 acres of world-class skiing and riding. These two facts, combined with March lodging and lift ticket offerings, provide a spring break vacation destination unlike any other in Colorado.
The following lodging deal is available to guests wanting to book a spring break vacation to Copper. Packages can be booked by calling 888-263-5302, oronline at www.coppersavers.com
March Lodging & Lift Tickets Starting at $139*Deluxe two-bedroom condos start at $139 per person per night from March 8-30, 2003. Rates are based on quad occupancy and include Beeline Advantagelift tickets, which offer ticket holders designated lift lines and 15 minutes early access to the mountain on select lifts. Additional packages are available for different size units.
From renowned skiing and riding to snowshoeing, storytelling and laser light shows, families visiting Copper can choose from several activities to make their vacation special. A favorite for all, Copper's tubing hill is located in the East Village, offering a choice of runs with varying degrees of difficulty. Tubers won't tire easily as the hill is serviced by "The Stinger" lift, allowing for energy to be spent going down the hill rather than back up. Parents with youngsters not yet ready to tackle the slopesor other off-slope activities can take advantage of Copper's childcare programs. The Belly Button Bakery and Belly Button Babies provide award-winning childcare for children six-weeks to four years. Visitors wanting to participate in aprés festivities can check out the legendary Moe Dixon show at JJ's Rocky Mountain Tavern or simply kick back with a Copper Ale on the deck of Jack's Slopeside Grill while watching Copper Mountain's Freeride Team perform a weekly big air demo.
For more informtion on Copper, visit their profile on MySkiTrip.com: Copper