Dates: December 16-19, 2021
Location: Copper Mountain Resort, Colorado


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Winter Dew Tour is a free event and open to the public. Spectators will have a front row seat to the action out of Copper’s Center Village where the event will take place. The Dew Tour festival experience, located at the base of Center Village, will include as a sponsor village, food and beverage, pro athlete photo-ops, poster signings and the Streetstyle course. Slopestyle will be held in Copper’s Central Park, an elite-level mountain park facility, and the Superpipe events will conveniently sit just above the base of Center Village.

More than 200 athletes representing 17 different countries will compete in men’s and women’s ski and snowboard Superpipe Presented by Toyota, Slopestyle, Streetstyle and Adaptive Snowboard Banked Slalom Presented by Toyota events. The men and women competing for the U.S. at Dew Tour will be vying for points to earn a spot on the U.S. Olympic Team for Beijing, China, February 4-22, 2022.


Click HERE for a full competition and event schedule

*Schedule subject to change
The venue will be open to guests and spectators during the following dates and times:

Thursday, December 16 9am – 4pm
Friday, December 17 9am – 4pm
Saturday, December 18 9am – 6pm
Sunday, December 19 9am – 2pm


Dew Tour Experience is located in Center Village between American Eagle and American Flyer lifts and will showcase the art, culture, music, and lifestyle of action sports.

Thursday, December 16 11am – 4pm
Friday, December 17 11am – 4pm
Saturday, December 18 10am – 5pm
Sunday, December 19 10am – 2pm


Located in Center Village on Copper Mountain, Streetstyle brings together the industry’s best competitors to show off their skills on the streets. The Streetstyle Course will be open for public use during specified times Sunday.

Streetstyle Competition Saturday, December 18 4pm – 7pm
Open to Public Sunday, December 19 10am – 2pm


Official Dew Tour merchandise will be available for purchase at Dew Tour Experience. Upgrade your Dew Tour experience with a VIP package HERE.


Dew Tour, along with its partners, are continuing to evaluate safety measures to protect the wellbeing of our athletes, guests, and staff. All COVID-19 regulations are subject to change at any time as we continue to follow recommendations made by Summit County Public Health and the State of Colorado.

  • If you are sick and running a fever, or have been exposed to COVID-19, please stay home until you are healthy. Be diligent in monitoring your symptoms daily to protect others.
  • Two-layered face coverings, covering both the nose and mouth, are required in all indoor or tented Dew Tour areas.
  • Enhance cleaning measures will be in place for all indoor and tented Dew Tour areas.
  • Social distancing is required at all Dew Tour venues and viewing areas.



The Dew Tour is free and open to the public.
VIP Packages now available for purchase HERE!

For other commonly asked questions please check our FAQ page.



In anticipation of an increased number of excited fans coming to Copper for Dew Tour, a simple way to cut back on some of the congestion is to carpool. Check out SkiCarpool, Rocky Mountain Ride, or carpool with friends.

Public Transportation:

The Summit Stage offers several bus stops along the route between Copper and Frisco. Guests can download the free Summit Stage App or visit summitcountyco.gov for maps and rider information.

Parking at Copper:

Free and paid parking will be available at Copper during Dew Tour with the exception of the Powder and Flyer Lots. Parking is first come first serve. Check out more information about parking at Copper.

Competition Venues and Spectator Viewpoints

Dew Tour is completely FREE to attend, but only some of the events are directly accessible from Center Village. Take a look at the types of events happening around Copper and where you can watch.

Superpipe Presented by Toyota is located on Main Vein between the American Eagle and American Flyer lifts with easy access from the resort’s Center Village base area. Spectators can walk to the base of the pipe along a designated path to watch from the finish deck or head up on the lower East wall of the pipe and watch athletes soar.

Streetstyle will be taking place over in Red’s Backyard just across from Downhill Duke’s in Center Village. Spectators will be able to view the event up close or enjoy après at Duke’s as skiers and riders showcase their style.

Slopestyle events will be taking place in Central Park up on the mountain. Guests with season passes or valid lift tickets are able to ski or ride to the spectator areas on the mountain. $20 foot passenger tickets for access to the Slopestyle venue will be available to purchase from Guest Services on competition days during specific times prior to competition. Foot passenger tickets will ONLY allow you lift access on the Woodward Express to reach the Slopestyle venue. All spectator access is located on the rider’s left of the course. Spectators note* this is a long and strenuous hike down to the bottom of the mountain or back to the top of the lift. Sturdy footwear with good tread is recommended.

Adaptive Snowboard Banked Slalom Presented by Toyota is located on the Fairplay trail and will be the location of the men’s and women’s adaptive snowboard finals on Friday.


Download the free Dew Tour App for up-to-date information throughout the event including an event schedule, athlete list, and updated event results. You can also follow the event and share your Dew Tour Experience on social media using @DewTour and #dewtour.

We suggest following Copper Mountain social media channels using @coppermtn and #coppermountain. We will be updating our channels throughout the weekend with more insider tips and happenings.

For mountain operation updates follow @coppercomms on Twitter. We’ll let you know when parking lots are full and when they open back up, as well as general mountain updates. For travel information related to I-70 delays or road closures, sign up for notifications at cotrip.org.


All elevated structures have ADA access. Please ask a staff member or contact guest services for assistance.

For other commonly asked questions please check out our FAQ page.


  • Dew Tour competition will take place at Copper Mountain in Center Village. Event is FREE and open to the public.
  • Event parking is first come, first serve onsite. All regular Copper Mountain and Frisco shuttles service the event.
  • All sporting events are held outside. Proper outdoor attire is recommended.
  • All bags and persons entering the Dew Tour venues, Copper Mountain properties, shuttles, and parking lots are subject to search at all times. Bags larger than a 15” square i.e. backpacks, suitcases, duffle bags, etc. will be prohibited from entry into the venue.
  • Gates and/or specific competition venues will be closed when capacity is reached.
  • For the safety and comfort of all guests, the following items are not allowed at the Dew Tour: large bags, weapons, alcohol, coolers, pets (service animals allowed), folding chairs, drones, large umbrellas, laser-lights, noisemakers, i.e. air-horns.
  • Large posters and banners must be checked by security before being allowed in the venue. The Dew Tour reserves the right to refuse admission of any signage at any time. Sticks or poles to hold flags/banners are not permitted.
  • The Dew Tour is a non-smoking event. Please refrain from smoking in all public areas.
  • The Dew Tour prohibits the use of any drugs or paraphernalia on site.
  • The Dew Tour is not responsible for lost or stolen goods or damage to any items.
  • The Dew Tour reserves the right to refuse admission to anyone at any time.
  • The Guests Services tent located at Center Village is a designated meeting place if persons in your party are separated from your family or group.
  • No commercial photography is allowed without a credential. Camcorders or any other audio/visual equipment is prohibited unless authorized prior to arrival. Specifically, the following equipment is not permitted: Lenses greater than three and one half inches in length, telephoto or zoom lenses of any kind, interchangeable lenses of any kind, monopods or tripods or flash equipment of any kind.

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