COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colo. (AP) - Authorities say a 13-year-old Texas boy has died after hitting a tree while skiing at Copper Mountain in Colorado. The Summit County coroner says Tristan Bartlett of Houston wasn't wearing a helmet when he struck the tree Friday. The resort says he was on a... more »
Prices for unleaded gasoline have been declining across Colorado for the last nine weeks.
Looking at numbers from Triple A; In October the average price for a gallon of unleaded fuel in Colorado was $3.53, now it's down more than thirty cents to $3.21.
The average price for... more »
COPPER MOUNTAIN (AP)-Copper Mountain Resort says it plans to build a new chairlift this summer to replace one that's more than 30 years old.
The High Point double chair at the base of Union Creek has served Copper Mountain since 1976.
Copper plans to replace it with a... more »
Looking for some insane fun this weekend? Copper Mountain is holding a Warrior Dash--participants will conquer extreme obstacles and celebrate their feats with music, beer, warrior helmets and muddy shorts.
Athletes will conquer 12 obstacles along a 3.27 mile course.
Zany costumes are encouraged!
2010 Warrior Dash... more »
It is practically impossible to watch the Olympics and not be inspired by the sky-high jumps and twists of the ski and snowboard teams. Learning their difficult tricks may not be a realistic goal, but that doesn't mean you can't perfect a front flip or basic jump. If you are... more »
A 19 year-old skier was buried up to his neck but survived a weekend avalanche near Copper Mountain. The man was skiing with two friends Saturday on the northeast side of Bartlett Peak between Copper Mountain and Leadville.
The teen's friends said he made five or six turns before... more »
That nip in the air you felt this morning is a downright shudder in the mountains. That cold is being met with delight at Copper Mountain, where snowmaking is underway. Copper is shooting for a Nov. 6 opening weekend festival, with ski and snowboard films, free live music and giveaways.... more »