Copper Peak is a ski flying hill located inIronwood, Michigan, United States. Built in 1970 it remains the only ski flying facility in the Western Hemisphere. In 1994 a K-spot on Copper Peak was at 145 meters (476 ft), allowing jumps up to 158 meters (518 ft). Although there have been no flights at Copper Peak since 1994, there has been some investment in improving the facility to meet the standards of the International Ski Federation (FIS).
Ski flying at Copper Peak involves going much greater distances than normal Ski Jumping.