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By Regan Dickinson, Examiner.com

Copper Mountain‘s summer activities are in full swing and visitors are enjoying everything the mountain has to offer including ski and snowboard summer camps and a number of headlining events.

Copper’s Summer Activity Passes are available for $74 for a season pass or $44 for a day pass and include unlimited access to mini golf, Diggler mountain rides, scenic chairlift rides, bumper boats and paddle boats, mountain bike equipment haul, climbing wall, quad bungee jump, and Summit County’s only go-kart track.

Village at Copper activities are open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Fridays at Copper are back this summer and include free music, free movies, and free activities. Simply spend $40 in the Village’s restaurants and shops to receive free tickets to one of each of Copper’s village activities.

Woodward at Copper is a great place to improve on your extreme sports skills and even keep progressing your skiing and snowboarding while there is no snow on the ground. Woodward offers camp programs for every age group, including snowboard, ski, skateboard, BMX, slope-style mountain bike, and digital media camp. Go to www.woodwardatcopper.com for full details. The Woodward at Copper Barn is open after a host of renovations this year.

Copper has plenty of events under the sun. Visitors can enjoy everything from art walks, to bike tours, to free concerts. For more information on all the activities Copper offers check out www.coppercolorado.com/events.

Rounding out Copper’s summer fun is a Labor Day tradition of country crooners. Head up the mountain for the Copper Country Arts Festival and enjoy free live music from Kenny Rogers and Michael McDonald.

Visit CopperColorado.com for lodging steals, event details, and more, and stay connected all season long at www.facebook.com/CopperMtn or @CopperMtn on Twitter.


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