Copper introduces new season pass with unlimited ski, Woodward access
August 30, 2016
Copper Mountain just made the 2016-17 ski season a little bit sweeter with the All Access Pass. This brand-new pass option provides unlimited skiing and riding at Copper Mountain for the upcoming winter season, as well as full access to the Woodward Copper Barn from the date of purchase until April 2017.
Yep, you read that right: access to Copper and the Woodward Barn on one pass. The pass is currently on sale for $559 for adults (ages 18 years and older), $469 for teens (ages 13 to 17 years old) and $389 for children (ages 6 to 12 years old). Passes can be purchased online at www.CopperColorado.com or www.WoodwardCopper.com or by calling 888-219-2441. (Already purchased a Copper season pass or a barn pass? Upgrade to the All Access Pass by calling central reservations at 888-219-2441.)
All Access Pass passholders receive all the benefits and perks of a Copper Mountain season pass, including three free days at Purgatory Resort, Monarch Mountain and Taos Ski Valley. Passholders also receive free skiing at Grand Targhee Resort with the purchase of Grand Targhee lodging. This pass includes 10 Copper Mountain friends and family discounted lift tickets and a variety of activity, retail and food discounts around the resort.
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