At Copper Mountain enjoy 360-degree views of the Rockies and explore challenging bowls, fast groomers, terrain parks and tree skiing. The ski terrain is naturally divided in difficulty, meaning you can start with beginner trails in the west and move to the east for more challenging runs with world-class skiing and riding for everyone.
Build your snow technique with a lesson at the Copper Ski & Ride School or develop your freestyle ski and riding skills with lessons at Woodward Copper’s terrain parks. The Barn at Woodward Copper is an indoor action sports facility with specialty jumps, foam pits, trampolines where you can challenge yourself and prepare for the slopes in a laid-back, progressive environment. Copper Mountain is the perfect playground to test your snow confidence.
- Has been called “the most nearly perfect ski mountain in all of North America”
- Lodging for every skiers budget
- Ideal base with 5 other top Colorado ski resorts all within a radius of 20 – 30 minutes’ drive
- Free snow cat rides
|Top Elevation||3,767 Metres|
|Base Elevation||2,926 Metres|
|Vertical Drop||793 Metres|
|Skiable Terrain||2,465 Acres|
|Ave Annual Snowfall||774 cms|
|Ski in / Ski out||Yes|
At Copper Mountain there is more on offer than just world-class skiing and snowboarding with amazing adventures adding to your ski/board winter experience.
Kick of your ski boots and head to the Copper Tubing Hill for some epic family fun and adventures. Enthusiasts of all ages will enjoy the thrill of Copper Mountain’s Tubing Hill where riders can cruise down snow-filled lanes with varying degrees of pitch.
Rocky Mountain Coaster
Get your adrenalin thrills on the rocky Mountain Coaster, one of the longest in North America.
Take a SnowCat Ride
Expert skiers and riders can take a free snowcat to explore untouched terrain in Copper Mountains high alpine back bowls.
Discover the beauty of Copper’s snow covered meadows on a free snowshoeing tour.
Take a break from the slopes and experience ice skating on West Lake.
Broomball is an ice sport that originated in Canada. It is played with the players using brooms and a ball and players wear shoes or boots instead of ice skates! Make use of Broomball equipment that can be used on section of the ice at Westlake.
Located in Colorado, Copper Mountain is located 120 kilometres west of downtown Denver.
The closest airport is Denver International Airport from there it is approximately a 2 hour drive along the I-70 highway to reach the resort.
Ask our Active Travel Experts to assist you in prearranging transfers or a rental car for your stay.
Copper Mountain has a variety of accommodation options to choose from.
Contact our Active Travel Experts for insider tips on where to stay and tailor-made ski/board experiences.
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