Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain has something for all ages and abilities.  The naturally divided terrain starts out with gentle sloping runs on the west and gets progressively steeper as you head east.  Resort Ambassadors offer free two hour mountain orientation tours twice daily.  The three terrain parks are complimented by the facilities offered by Woodward at Copper, a year round ski and snowboard training programs dedicated to terrain and pipe progression.  Condominiums to suit every budget are just a short walk to the lifts and central village, shops, restaurants and ice skating rink.  Shopping at the Dillon and Silverthorne outlet stores are close and easily accessed using the free shuttle from Copper Mountain.

Gateway City             Denver 163km


Why Copper Mountain

  • Offering some of the best value skiing in Colorado
  • An easily navigated, pedestrian friendly village just a short drive from Denver
  • A family friendly resort, especially for families with teens & tweens

Copper Mountain Statistics

Summit 3767m
Base 2926m
Vertical 683m
Acres 2465
Lifts 23
Runs 140
Average Snowfall 710cm
Beginner 21%
Intermediate 25%
Advanced 54%

Additional Accommodation

 

American, Bridge End, Cache, Copper One, Copper Springs, Creekside, Fairway, Passage Point, Taylor’s Crossing, Telemark, Ten Mile, Tucker Mountain, Union Creek, Village Square, Wheeler