To celebrate International Women’s Day, Copper Mountain is hosting its first-ever “Ladies’ Snow Day” on Friday, March 8. For women and girls of all ages, this full day program offers activities for learning, empowerment and fun.
“We’re in full support of empowering women in the mountain sports industry and ‘Ladies’ Snow Day’ is the perfect way to do so,” said Dustin Lyman, president and general manager of Copper Mountain.
Discounted $85 lift tickets will be available for purchase day-of, with $5 of each purchase benefiting community partners.
Because of Copper Mountain’s value of creating community for women and girls, it partnered with non-profits like Boarding for Breast Cancer, SheJumps, The Cycle Effect, The Summit Foundation and SOS Outreach for this event.
In addition to the discounted lift tickets, the day’s schedule includes an early morning all-ladies uphill skin with coffee and breakfast burritos, Ski & Ride clinics, free intro sessions at Woodward Barn, an indoor facility featuring trampolines, foam pits, jumps and more, a mid-day special menu at Downhill Duke’s, and at 6:15 p.m. attendees are encouraged to attend No Man’s Land Film Festival, the Colorado-based all-women film adventure festival, followed by ladies’ night at Toast & Co. for Build Your Own Margarita.
No Man’s Land Film Festival is making its debut at Copper Mountain and is free to attend, however there is a $10 suggested donation. This 90-minute collection of short films features women-identified athletes, storytellers and creatives who find inspiration and motivation through winter adventure, sport and film.
For a full schedule of activities and events as part of Ladies’ Snow Day at Copper, visit www.coppercolorado.com
Photos by Tripp Fay.