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.
|Base Elevation||9712 ft|
|Summit Elevation||12,313 ft|
|Vertical Rise||2601 ft|
|Avg. Annual Snowfall||282 in|
|Terrain Park||Yes – 4|
|Cross Country Skiing||Yes|
|Longest Run||1.7 Miles|
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.|