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Winterfest, Winter Camp and More Winter at Copper This March

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Punxsutawney Phil may be predicting an early spring, but winter is far from over at Copper Mountain, with 29 inches of snow so far in February. March is slated to be jam-packed with events including Woodward Copper Winter Camp, anEaster Egg Hunt for the ages, and Coppers final Moonlight Dinner of the season.

World of Adventure Presents Dos Equis Aprs Ski, March 5, 12, 19, 26

Join Copper Mountain and Dos Equis every Saturday for the remainder of the season for Dos Equis Aprs Ski. Stop by Storm King Lounge in Center Village from 3:30 6 p.m. for $3 Dos Equis drafts, live entertainment, the Most Interesting Sushi Roll and great giveaways. On March 12 and 26, Dos Equis Aprs will also include free live music in Burning Stones Plaza. For more information, visit CopperColorado.com.

Moonlight Dine & Ski, March 19

Join Copper for the last Moonlight Dine & Ski of the season on Saturday, March 19! Guests will ride the chairlift up to Solitude Station, located mid-mountain, to enjoy a meal specially crafted by Coppers Executive Banquet Chef Dave Taladay. There will be hot apple cider, alcoholic beverages, live entertainment and of course dessert. Once dinner is complete, take in the beautiful evening skiing or riding down a groomed run under the moonlight. The evening wraps up with a celebratory cocktail in Center Village. Tickets are on sale now visit CopperColorado.com.

Subaru Winterfest, March 19 20

Celebrate your passion for winter at Subarus WinterFest. This lifestyle tour includes equipment demos from Nordica and LibTech, an on-hill Subaru Scavenger Hunt and tons of great giveaways. Subaru drivers, make sure to bring your keys to the Subaru Igloo for a free beanie while supplies last. For a full schedule of events, visit CopperColorado.com.

Rhythm Rally Banked Slalom, March 26

This single-lane banked slalom race benefits Adaptive Action Sports by raising money to support Paralympic hopefuls and creating action sports opportunities for youth, young adults and veterans living with permanent physical disabilities, TBI or PTSD. After the race, join Adaptive Action Sports and Dos Equis for the after party in Burning Stones Plaza, with free live music provided by Funky Johnson.

Woodward Copper Winter Camp, March 26-27

Woodward Copper continues to offer 2-day freestyle camps once a month, all winter long. Marchs Winter Camp, sponsored by Capita Snowboards, Union Snowboards, Coal and Spy, offers participants a half-day in the Woodward Copper Barn, and a half-day on-snow in Woodwards award-winning terrain parks. Campers also have exclusive access to the BagJump NIP to further progression. For more information on Woodward Winter Camps, visit WoodwardCopper.com.

The Worlds Largest Easter Egg Hunt, March 27

Hop on over to Copper for the Worlds Largest Easter Egg Hunt with 65,000 eggs across 2,500 acres. There are different hunts for participants of all ages, from a 3 and under hunt in Center Village to an on-mountain hunt for the kids at heart. Copper encourages participants to turn in their empty eggs to be reused in future years. Hallmark will provide a small prize to the first 400 kids to recycle their eggs. For a detailed schedule of the day, visit CopperColorado.com.