COPPER MOUNTAIN – DEC 6-8, 2013
PPOS Stop #1 of 4: Halfpipe
FIS sanctioned NORAM Cup Event
LAST CHANCE QUALIFIER for the U.S. Grand Prix Series
Important Athlete Information
**For Copper Mountain and Stratton events only, U.S. athletes must have a valid FIS and USSA membership at least one week prior to the event to compete. For non-US citizens you must be a member of FIS only. To purchase your FIS and USSA, click here.
**Athletes must be at least 14 years old as of December 31st, 2013 to compete. Athletes under the age of 18 will need to have a legal guardian sign both the MSI and Resort Waivers and bring them to each event.
**Athlete registration is non-transferable. Athletes that need to cancel an event must login into their registration account and make the necessary changes at least 14 days prior to the event. The athlete will be charged a $50 non-refundable fee. Athletes that cancel within 14 days of the event will not receive any refund.
Text Message Updates
To receive text updates about the Copper event, text TNFPPOS to 69302. (text messages will only last for the event weekend)
Athletes under 18 years old must have both waivers filled out by their guardians and brought to the event. PDF version of the waivers can be downloaded here: Copper Mountain Waiver, MSI release-PPOS Copper
Athlete lift tickets will be available at registration.
Group rates are available to all Park & Pipe Open Series athletes and parents. To Receive these special rates athletes must identify their group affiliation as The North Face Park & Pipe Open Athlete Call In 13/14 or “1509″ when calling the reservation office.
To make a reservation call resort lodging toll-free at (866) 837-2996
Please see: http://www.coppercolorado.com/winter/directions
Participants can watch the pipe getting built leading up to the event here
Copper Mountain Social Channels
Located 75 miles from Denver in the heart of Summit County, Copper Mountain offers 126 trails spread over it’s mammoth 2,465 skiable acres of steeps, wide open bowls, tree-filled glades and gentle beginner areas. One of the mountain’s newest features is Woodward at Copper, featuring The Barn, a 19,400-square-foot comprehensive ski and snowboard freestyle training facility complete with indoor artificial snow jumps, jib lines, foam pits, skate features and Olympic fly-bed trampolines. Indoor and outdoor training programs allow riders to learn tricks in a controlled environment before taking them out onto the snow. Copper Mountain also boasts a long list of kudos for its on-snow features. For the 2010-11 season, Freeskier Magazine ranked Copper as third best halfpipe and number one in the “Best for Progression” category in its Top 5 Terrain Parks poll; SKI magazine’s reader survey gave Copper a Top Ten Parks ranking; and for the third year in a row, TransWorld Snowboarding named Copper a ‘Top Ten Pipe’ in North America with the Main Vein Superpipe pulling down the number eight spot.