Park City will do its own outreach...to Colorado... with the purchase of Copper Mountain. Powdr Corp., Park City Mountain Resort's parent company, successfully closed on its acquisition of Copper Mountain Resort from Intrawest.
Resort officials say there will be no impacts on the guest experience at Copper Mountain this winter. There still will be the multi-mountain season pass products (including the Rocky Mountain Super Pass), vacation reservations, and joint marketing initiatives.
"We are excited to join Powdr Corp's family of resorts," said Gary Rodgers, president and general manager at Copper Mountain. "The emphasis they place on the on-mountain experience allows us to solidify our place as Summit County's favorite resort for skiing and riding." Copper Mountain appealed to Powdr Corp. because of its easy accessibility 75 miles from Denver, 2,465 acres of world-class terrain and a pedestrian village of lodging, après entertainment, and events.
Powdr Corp currently owns and operates Gorgoza Tubing Park, in Park City along with eight ski and snowboard resorts including Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah, Killington Resort and Pico Resort in Killington, Vermont, Mt. Bachelor in Bend, Oregon, Boreal Resort and Soda Springs Resort, both in Donner Summit, California, Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort outside of Las Vegas, Nevada.