Copper Mountain’s 22-foot Superpipe opens Saturday |

Copper Mountain’s 22-foot Superpipe opens Saturday

Summit Daily News
Special to the Vail Daily/Copper MountainSnow cats work on Copper's 22-foot halfpipe earlier this week. The pipe opens Saturday.

COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colorado – Copper’s Park and Pipe team, along with the masters at SPT, have been working day and night to bring the first 22-foot Superpipe to the continent. Saturday, Copper plans to open the Superpipe.

Copper’s pipe will host the US Snowboarding Team for daily training sessions. The US Snowboard Team will have exclusive training times from 8:30-10:00 a.m. on weekends and 9-11 a.m. on weekdays leading into the USSA Grand Prix at Copper, Dec. 10-12.

The Superpipe will make its national TV debut during the USSA Grand Prix, Dec. 10-12, when top snowboarders from around the globe will vie for coveted Olympic spots. Watch the first Grand Prix stop at Copper on NBC Sunday, Dec. 13 at 2 p.m. EST.

Watch the Superpipe progress:

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