Woodward Copper barn to open for summer July 5 through Aug. 15 | SummitDaily.com

Woodward Copper barn to open for summer July 5 through Aug. 15

The Woodward Barn at Copper Mountain celebrates its 2019 winter season open in November 2019 unveiling a new spring floor and 8,000 new foam cubes. Freestyle athletes use the barn as an indoor training facility.
John LaConte / jlaconte@vaildaily.com

Editor’s note: The below article updates and clarifies details regarding the Barn’s drop-in and intro sessions as well as health protocols surrounding the novel coronavirus.

COPPER MOUNTAIN – Woodward Copper at Copper Mountain Resort will reopen the Woodward Barn action sports facility for booking on Sunday, July 5, remaining open through Saturday, Aug. 15.

The Woodward Barn is a 19,400-square-foot indoor training facility for snowboard, ski, skateboard, BMX, trampoline and tumbling.

As part of health protocols in the Woodward Barn specific to the novel coronavirus pandemic, all guests will be required to wear a face covering, per the county’s public health order. Guests will also be screened for symptoms and close-contact exposures at drop off, to ensure they are symptom-free before they are deemed able to attend. The Barn will also not be operating its foam pits and the totality of the building will be limited to a max capacity of 50 participants.

Woodward is offering two daily public sessions at The Barn for both drop-in and intro sessions in skate, BMX, and scooter: from 10 a.m. through noon and 1-3 p.m. Participants must be 7 years or older to participant in either session and no spectators will be allowed.

Also, guests will not be able to use a Barn pass this summer. Rather, they are able to receive a discount on summer intro and drop-in sessions.

For more information on intro sessions, visit: CopperColorado.com/Woodward/Passes/Intro-Sessions.

For more information on drop-in sessions, visit: CopperColorado.com/Woodward/Passes/Drop-Ins.

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