$99 ticket valid anytime there are 4 or more inches of new snow
SUMMIT COUNTY — If you’re one of those skiers or boarders who only likes to ride in soft fresh snow, Copper’s Snow Day pass may be the ticket for you. The resort announced this week that the popular $99 pass is back for the season, valid for any day with four or more inches of new snow.
According to Copper, there are only limited number of the passes and they will only be available for a short time. Check out the Copper website for more info. Be the first to know if it’s a Snow Day by following Copper on Facebook and Twitter, or check out resort’s Snowstake Camera.
On average, Copper sees 30 days per season with 4-plus inches of new snow.
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