Woodwarding it up at Copper

21 Jun, 2009

Have you ever dreamed of pulling a 900? What about a double corked 1080? Maybe your first 360? This summer with the Woodward Camp at Copper you can progress your own riding with the help of foam pits, trampolines and coaches so you don’t miss a beat from the terrain park as summer passes you by.

Woodward Camp at Copper gives you access to year round riding and skiing with various options for campers whether it’s the introductory session, drop in sessions or the actual summer camp.  They are affordable which in this economic time is great to see that you could try it and check it out without breaking the bank.  I think it’s great to see another option on the table for skiers and riders that want to progress their riding in a safe and secure location that can operate year round.  They’ve also got sponsored events going on, with Dragon Optics sponsoring Session 2 and Betty Rides taking over Session 6 offering up team riders and giveaways to check out.

Copper is only a hour and a half drive from where I live so I’m hoping to make it down to Woodward this summer to check it out first hand and blog about it.  What better way to spend the summer than working on getting your tricks dialed?

For all the information on the camp sessions, dates, costs and what Woodward at Copper is about, check out www.woodwardatcopper.com

If you’ve had the opportunity to hit up Woodward at Copper or are making your way out to camp this summer, leave a comment and let us know how it went or what tricks you want to get dialed.

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  1. JT
    June 21, 2009

    Agreed, this is on my Radar this summer as well. Let me know when you’ll be hitting it up and I’ll see if I can’t meet ya up there.

  2. June 22, 2009

    I don’t got the loot to fork over for those week long camps. The Drop-In sessions are soundin pretty swell right about now

  3. June 22, 2009

    The week long camps are definitely the more expensive route, but the drop in prices and punch card prices aren’t bad.

    JT, I’ll be probably going for myself in July but I might be there this week but for the blog.