Wanderlust and Woodward at Copper Mountain Resort

Posted By: The Ski Channel on June 13, 2012 12:31 pm

Summer has arrived.  It’s time to stash the skis and embrace all the additional out-door sports we love – from mountain biking to white water rafting, to bouldering.  Summer provides all the thrills you can handle- and yet for those looking to relax this summer, there’s Wanderlust. 

Copper Mountain Resort in Colorado is hosting Wanderlust Festival from July 5th through 8th.  Experience Colorado living to the fullest with some of the world’s leading yoga instructors, popular musical artists and DJs, top chefs and winemakers, and renowned speakers, including Aron Ralston (author of Between a Rock and a Hard Place- which prompted the highly successful movie, 127 Hours).  Enjoy morning meditations, evening hikes, and late night DJ dance parties. The festival will also feature wine sampling and farm fresh dinners. Our favorite part is the location; it’s all about the mountain life!

Copper Resort is also introducing their newest Alpine Rush zip line, which carries riders three hundred feet across Copper’s West Lake. Additional activities include a climbing wall, bumper boats, paddleboats, a go-kart track, a quad power jump and our latest toy of choice- digglers!

Woodward is contributing to the excitement by introducing an all-new Freeride Mountain Bike Camp that will allow campers to ride Copper Mountain’s lift accessed terrain, as well as Frisco Bike Park. The camp will focus on downhill, dirt jump, and all aspects of freeriding.  Woodward is also offering a Digital Media Camp that focuses solely on video production.  All Woodward campers will be welcome to trampolines (which, from experience, provide terrific air), tie-dye, go-karts, create-a-skate, music and more.

 Copper Mountain Resort definitely seems like a nice place to chill this summer, whether you hope to unwind with peaceful meditation and good food, or experience the thrill that is digglering.

Wanderlust Yoga

Photos courtesy of Wanderlust Festival. 

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