Ski Cooper to Open New Advanced RunsOctober 25, 2019
This year, Ski Cooper is opening new double black diamond ski runs! Come discover 70 skiable acres of new advanced terrain! Meet some of the new runs:
- Powder Stache and Solstice: Glades with steep grades
- Bumpus Rumpus and Swan Song: Two of the area’s eight new chutes
- Maverick and Viper: Cleared runs
At the new Tennessee Creek Basin, you can explore 19 new named trails, all served by a new lift. The advanced terrain adds a fresh dimension to Cooper’s family-friendly vibe. Now, you can bring all your family and friends to Cooper, whether they’re expert or newbie skiers or boarders. With a total 60 trails, five lifts, and terrain variety to choose from, groups of all ability levels will find something to love at Cooper.
Even with this exciting expansion, one thing hasn’t changed—Cooper is still one of the least crowded and most affordable resorts in Colorado. Our lift tickets top out at only $62 for an adult, with many discounts and specials. If you ski a lot, buy a season pass and get great on that new black diamond terrain!
Ski Cooper is set to open Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019, depending on snowfall. Tennessee Creek Basin will likely open by Christmas or January, to build up enough snow on the steep terrain, said an article in the Leadville Herald Democrat.
Come discover the soft, all-natural snow at Ski Cooper this season!