Ski Cooper Opens Dec. 7 with New Terrain!
Ski Cooper opens for the season on Saturday, Dec. 7, 2019. And this year, we’ll have new terrain for your skiing and snowboarding fun! The new Tennessee Creek Basin adds a new lift and 14 new named trails. This double black diamond terrain will add steeper glade and tree skiing to Cooper, for a total 55 trails.
Season Passes on Sale
Season passes are now on sale at SkiCooper.com. This is the best way to get unlimited skiing and snowboarding at Cooper, plus bonus days at Cooper’s partner resorts. If you are looking for a pass with a limited number of days, buy a 4-Day XP Pass, on sale starting Oct. 19, 2019.
Why Ski Cooper
Ski Cooper is a different kind of ski resort. It’s not like the mega resorts—no crowds, lift lines, pretension, high prices, high-rise condos, or hard man-made “snow.”
Instead, it offers soft all-natural snow, terrain variety for everyone, a down-to-earth atmosphere, a family-friendly vibe, smiling faces, great food and drinks, and prices that allow you to bring the whole family. Buy season passes today!
Skip the Ski Crowds, Lift Lines, and Pretense
What is Cooper? It’s the very definition of authentic skiing, with the softest snow surface in Colorado.
- Terrain variety for all abilities, including the finest learning and beginner terrain in the country, up through epic powder, glades, and bumps.
- The most family-friendly atmosphere you’ll find.
- No lift lines.
- Ski and ride school to get you on the snow having fun or take you to the next level.
- Tasty food and bev options, including an Irish Pub for lunch and apres-ski fun.
- Affordable for you and the whole family!
Snowcat Skiing and Scenic Tours
So that you can fully appreciate this pristine mountain landscape, Ski Cooper also offers scenic snowcat rides and snowcat skiing through powder bowls and glades from the top of 12,850’ Chicago Ridge. You’ll see views of snow-covered peaks in all directions, west to the Sawatch Range and beyond, and east to the tops of the Mosquito and Tenmile Ranges.