Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain is a large 4 season resort in Summit County. It is one of the larger resorts in Colorado and has everything you would expect from a resort of its size; lots of varied terrain for different skier levels, backcountry type terrain, terrain parks and high speed lifts. There is a tubing hill to enjoy and plenty of other activities. The three close together ski villages have all the resort amenities. Copper Mountain is popular with locals and visitors alike.


Location Copper Mountain is located in central Colorado 77 miles west of Denver.
Airports Denver International Airport- 102 miles
Vail/Eagle Airport- 55 miles
Season Length November to April (typical length, depending on weather)
Hours M-F: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Weekends/Holidays: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Mountain Info

Acres 2465
Base Elevation 9712 ft
Summit Elevation 12,313 ft
Vertical Rise 2601 ft
Avg. Annual Snowfall 282 in
Lessons Yes
Rentals Yes
Terrain Park Yes - 4
Snowcat Skiing Yes
Cross Country Skiing Yes
Night Skiing No
Trails 126
Longest Run 1.7 Miles
Terrain 21% Beginner
25% Intermediate
36% Advanced
18% Expert
Lifts 22 total
1 six-person, high-speed lift
4 high-speed quads
5 triple chairlifts
5 double chairlifts
7 surface lifts
Amenities Full scale resort amenities
Trail Map Link Copper Mountain Trail Map
Ski Town Copper Mountain is a ski village type resort. Lodging, fine dining and lots of activities on site.
Summer Copper Mountain is a full summer resort. Amenities include a Championship golf course, a large outdoor climbing wall, lift served bike trails and much more. The resort is also near to all the activities around Summit County. Copper Mountain can also accommodate weddings.