Denver, CO…January 8, 2003…Intrawest Corporation introduced Intrawest Colorado today, an organization created to oversee the operation of Winter Park and Copper Mountain, as well as all Breeze/Max ski and snowboard retail/rental outlets. This move joins what many Colorado skiers and riders claim to be their two favorite resorts with some of the most accessible rental and retail outlets in the western United States. The first order of business for Intrawest Colorado is the creation of a joint season pass program, allowing skiers and riders to visit both Winter Park/Mary Jane and Copper Mountain for the remainder of the 2002-2003 winter season.

As of today, skiers and riders who hold a current season pass to either Winter Park or Copper now have a pass valid at both mountains. Winter Park passes can be used at Copper by simply having them scanned in the lift line, and vice versa. This new access requires no further action by pass holders – they are set to hit the slopes. While early season pass prices are no longer available, individuals wanting to purchase a pass that gives them access to all Copper and Winter Park have to offer can still do so. Passes valid at both mountains can still be purchased for $825 for adults, $595 for teens and $395 for kids.

Following are sources for pass holders needing additional information: · Winter Park Pass Holders – 303.316.1423 or · Copper Pass Holders – 866-549-9955 or