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Christine S.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
I had a blast at this event!
Juile G.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
It was Great!!! Need more colors at the finish line.
Pradip H.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Organization and logistics could use improvement (website, pre-race communication, signage at race site). But nothing went badly wrong and we did have a great time.
Desiree S.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
I enjoyed it and recommend it to anyone.
Brandi J.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Very unorganized but had fun
Lisa O.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
I went with a group of friends and we had a great time!
ELLYN T.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Those who are in charge of the Color Mob 5K, if a healthy idea, should consider placing more water/Gatorade stations throughout the course. Secondly, bright colors such as orange, purple, red and aquamarine would be a fun addition to the colors presently in use during the course.
Ana J.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
It was a good experience. The only thing I didn't like was that they tried to charge us for parking the day before the event.

From Our Editors

Not much surpasses the delight of having a snow-day off from school—unless it's the sensation of zooming down a powder-covered cliff face. At Copper Mountain, visitors of all ages recreate snow-day elation on slopes seemingly made to be skied. Naturally divided into terrain of varying difficulty, the 2,645 acres of mountainous landscape were identified as "the most outstanding potential ski area in the Arapaho National Forest" by an early US Forest Service survey team.

Resort planners took their cues from these natural features, mapping out distinct ski areas that keep beginner, intermediate, and expert slopes largely separate from each other, helping skiers of disparate experience levels stay out of each other's way. Each area corresponds to a village, where shops and restaurants amuse visitors relaxing between rides and snowmen relaxing between top-hat fittings while 22 lifts whisk skiers up to the mountain's 126 uncrowded trails and vaunted back bowls. Experts craving access to hard-to-reach crags can hop on a snowcat for a ride up the mountain free of charge. And for those looking to boost their skills, lessons range from children's classes to quickie refreshers that reinforce advanced skills.

But skis aren't the only tools that afford thrilling trips. Pipes and parks let boarders practice mid-air tricks, and a four-lane tubing hill sends families through banked curves. Critterland charms younger visitors with friendly characters, forts, and rides, and complimentary snowshoe tours acquaint groups with the pine- and spruce-tree-dotted countryside. Away from the snow, a bevy of year-round bars and restaurants complement the amenities of the local spa and gym.

Thanks to a highly efficient snowmaking system, powder dusts Copper Mountain for one of the region's longest ski seasons—November through early April. But enthusiasts needn't pack up their gear in the off-season. Woodward at Copper hosts year-round programming for snowboarding, skateboarding, skiing, and cheer disciplines. A 19,400-square-foot playground known as the Barn houses bowls and artificial jumps, which deposit airborne athletes safely into foam pits, much the way young penguins learn to fly.

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