Copper Mountain Resort opens superpipe to public |

Copper Mountain Resort opens superpipe to public

A snowboarder drops into the halfpipe during practice for the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at Copper Mountain Resort.
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After the conclusion of the Toyota U.S. Grand Prix and Rev Tour halfpipe events, Copper Mountain Resort announced on its Instagram story earlier this week that its superpipe is now open to the public to ski and ride.

The International Ski & Snowboard Federation World Cup-compliant superpipe is located in the resort’s Center Village and is 22 feet high on each sidewall from the deck, and 550 feet long.

It is a terrain park feature only recommended to be skied or rode by expert-level park and pipe athletes.

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