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Sunday
31
DEC

New Year's Eve Torchlight Parade

15:00
18:00
Copper Mountain
Event organized by Copper Mountain

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Say goodbye to 2017 and hello to 2018 with a children’s Glowstick Pageant, a Torchlight Parade and - of course - a mountain-side fireworks display. Elevate the evening with a special holiday Moonlight Dine & Ski and enjoy the USASA Rocky Mountain Series Rail Jam!

NEW YEAR'S EVE DINE & SKI INFO:
Enjoy an evening of music and fine dining by moonlight on the mountain – offered during winter!

Guests ride American Eagle chairlift up to Solitude Station, located mid-mountain, where they will be treated to cocktails and a fine dining experience accompanied by live music. Upon completion of dinner, guests ski or snowboard back down for a cocktail in Center Village.

One-hour of pre-dinner ski/ride may be available on select Moonlight dates.

Send 2017 out in style with a special meal from Chef David Taladay.

ADULTS: $150

AGES 12 - 21: $125

GROUP OF 4: $550



Entree Options:
-Seafood Sampler
-Beef Wellington
-Moroccan Pan-Seared Salmon

Schedule:
-5 - 5:45 pm: Participant Registration at Camp Hale Outfitters Guest
Services Desk
-5:45 pm: Safety Talk at Ptarmigan Rooms, Conference Center
-6 - 6:30 pm: Upload American Eagle lift
-6:30 - 9pm: Dinner Service at Solitude Station, mid-mountain
-9 pm: Ski/Ride back to Center Village via Rhapsody and Main Vein
traills


IMPORTANT
You and everyone else in your party MUST be an intermediate skier or better. The ski back down the mountain is very dark so it is imperative that you are confident in your skill level. If you do not wish to ski or ride back down to Center Village, transportation via a snowcat is available for an additional fee. Please call for more information.



Things to Know:

-Snowcat rides are available for an additional $50. Space is limited
and advance reservations are required.
-Must be an intermediate skier/snowboarder to participate.
-Head lamps are required.
-We recommend bringing an extra pair of shoes to wear indoors
during dinner.
-This event is rain, shine, or blizzard!
-No tools are available at this event—make sure your equipment is
ready for the evening ahead of time.
-Sign-in at the Ski & Ride School desk in Copper One, at the top of
the escalators by Jack’s.
-Sign-in begins at 5pm until 5:50pm with a safety talk and lift access
to follow immediately after. Be on time!
-Waiting area is Kokopelli’s in the Copper Conference Center.