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If you’re crazy about skiing and want to spend an entire weekend or vacation doing nothing but skiing, then you have to go to Copper Mountain! You must be wondering when does Copper Mountain open for skiing? This year, the next opening season for Copper Mountain is the fall season, which is in November. You get to enjoy the very best snow for your complete skiing experience in this month.
Copper Mountain Opening Day 2016-2017 season will be starting on November 11th, at sharp 9:00 a.m. The opening day will have a slew of festivities and celebrations as well as of course, skiing and riding activities galore! With one of the world’s largest snow making systems, and snow temperatures being maintained at 32 degrees or even colder, you are guaranteed to have the most optimal weather conditions and snow for any of your skiing adventures. This year, meteorologists have predicted an early winter arrival, which means more days of fun, so make the best of it by arriving bright and early at Copper Mountain for the opening day ceremonies and festivities.
Details of Skiing Season
The dates for fall ski camp are between November 19 and November 26. You will get world-class training in GS and SL. With a fantastic athlete to coach ratio of 6:1, you are assured of personalized training that is customized according to your skill levels and experience. The ski camp and ski resort has all the infrastructure and facilities for a world-class ski camp, with different packages to suit your requirements and budget.
Copper Mountain is the perfect place to hone your skiing and racing skills allowing you to have fun while you train hard in the best weather conditions to boot! See also our earlier blog on Copper Mountain vacation rentals.