Copper Peak is the largest artificial ski jump in the world. The 35 degree, 469 foot, cantilevered inrun was constructed using 300 tons of COR-TEN steel in 1969 at a cost of just over $1 million.
Other interesting facts about the Copper Peak structure and site include:
The upper observation platform is 1782 feet above sea level and 1180 feet above Lake Superior.
The platform provides the highest, unobstructed, 360 degree vista in the Midwest, overlooking nearly 40 miles in every direction. See our Facebook page for more information!