Copper, Colorado

Total Features: 180

Park Area: 48 acres

Copper has a legacy of getting the first superpipe of the North American season up and running, usually by Thanksgiving. Thanks to their Woodward partnership, they also offer an almost year-round park program, including a public hike park open most months of the summer into September. Once the snow season starts up again all of Copper's main park areas are fully firing. Central Park, the cornerstone of their massive network of parks and pipes, is accessible via Union Creek lift and has medium to large jumps, boxes and rails built to challenge and excite riders of all capabilities with an endless array of lines to hit. The combination of this with their 22-foot superpipe, 13-foot minipipe, and all access to The Barn, a haven to skate or practice snowboard tricks into a foam pit or trampoline before taking them to snow, Copper has an endless amount of opportunity for progressing your riding in a fun environment. They also have some of the shortest lift lines in Summit County, a major rarity in Colorado.