Copper Mountain Resort

A self-contained ski resort, Copper Mountain resembles a small village with base houses, unique restaurants, a cozy shopping plaza, new condominiums, and a golf course.

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In the mountains, there you feel free.

T.S. Eliot

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.

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.

Ski Lessons at Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain ski resort is widely recognized for its special terrain and big mountain statistics.

The resort offers 2,490 acres of natural terrain, with plenty of features for skiers and riders of all levels. With a top elevation of 12,313 feet, there are steeps, open bowls, glades and long mellow groomed runs.

The resort boasts a vertical drop of 2,601 feet and an average snowfall of 305 inches. There are three base villages, free parking lots and resort shuttles to the slopes.

In the winter you’ll also find ice skating, snowshoeing,  snow tubing, and cross-country skiing. Try out your tricks on with two pipes (a super pipe and a mini) and three terrain parks with progressive features.

Letters to Cleo Playing Copper Mountain
Copper Skiing at a Glance:

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)

140 trails

Degree of difficulty percentages for trails:

21% beginner
25% intermediate
36% advanced
18% expert

22 Lifts

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