Snow at Copper September 10

Snow hits the peaks at Copper Mountain in CO.
An aspen leaf, not far from Aspen, CO.
Copper sits at 9,712 feet, high enough to catch storms this early!
Copper receives 269 inches of average annual snowfall.
2,465 acres of terrain makes Copper one of the largest ski and snowboard resorts in Colorado.
Coppers 23 lifts service 32,324 skiers and boarders per hour during peak winter months.

Holy guacamole! It’s September 10, all around the edges of the country adults are still enjoying the pleasure of kid-free beaches, now that school’s on and it’s still beautiful outside. Copper Mountain in Colorado however began unpacking it’s winter coat a little early this week. A dusting of snow blanketed the peaks surrounding Copper and someone on staff took and sent out these wicked cool photos to prove that even though we’re not all getting ready for winter just yet, winter sure is getting ready for us. Cheers!

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