A self-contained ski resort, Copper Mountain resembles a small village. Its base houses unique restaurants, a cozy shopping plaza and new condominiums.
Three pedestrian-friendly village areas provide a vibrant atmosphere with lodging, retail outlets, restaurants, bars and family activities. During the winter months, Copper’s naturally-divided terrain offers world-class skiing and riding for all ages and abilities. The POWDr owned resort is working on big improvements, including the new Rocky Mountain Coaster, a new high-speed quad chairlift, three new restaurants, a new and improved retail location and an upgraded ticket system.
Each summer, the mountain transforms into an unspoiled playground for hikers, mountain bikers and all those seeking a genuine Colorado experience. Copper Mountain Resort boasts curated events year-round and is home to Woodward Copper – a lifestyle and action sports progression center.
The Copper Mountain ski area features:
Acres: 2,490 acres (10.1 km2)
Average annual snowfall: 310 in (790 cm)
2,601 ft (793 m) vertical
Base elevation: 9,712 ft (2,960 m)
Summit elevation: 12,313 ft (3,753 m)
Degree of difficulty percentages for trails: 21% beginner25% intermediate36% advanced18% expert
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Organized as one of the original Colorado counties, Summit has a total area of 619 square miles (1,600 km2) and about 80% is public land. Terrain is mountainous with elevations ranging from 7,957 feet (2,425 m) at Green Mountain Reservoir to 14,270 feet (4,350 m) at Grays Peak. Come find out why people live longer here than in any other county in the United States. Explore Summit.