Copper Mountain

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Located just 8 miles west of the Town of Frisco and approximately 75 miles from Denver, Copper Mountain Resort is situated along Interstate 70 offering an authentic Rocky Mountain experience in a European-style, slope-side village with spectacular 360-degree mountain views.


Founded in 1972, deemed the “most nearly perfect ski mountain in North America” by the U.S. Forest Service. Copper Mountain features beginner slopes on the western side of the mountain, intermediate slopes in the center and expert terrain on the eastern side.  A self-contained resort with its 140 trails, 23 lifts and 2,465 acres of skiable terrain, there is truly a little something for every level of skier or rider. In fact, the resort also plays host to the professionals, as it was named an official U.S. Ski Team downhill training venue beginning in the 2011-12 season.


After a day on the mountain, experience Copper’s nightlife in one of three base area villages – the East Village, The Village at Copper (Center Village) and West Village (Union Creek) – all with unique restaurants,lodging, nightlife, and shops to round out your off-slope activities. Copper Mountain also offers ice skating on West Lake, snow tubing on the magic carpet served tubing hill, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, 16 miles of cross country skiing trails, an Alpine Rush Zip Line or dog sledding.


In February 2009, Woodward at Copper opened its 19,400 square foot indoor ski and snowboard training facility, offering year-round camps for all levels of skiers and riders. Referred to locally as “The Barn”, Woodward offers off-the-snow training equipment plus skateboarding, BMX and slopestyle mountain bike trick training. Copper offers many fun activies to enjoy in the summer such as hiking, mountain biking, scenic chairlift rides and North America’s highest golf course (Copper Creek) offer plenty of variety for the outdoor enthusiast. Woodward’s summer camp is also a popular summertime destination with its skate tours, plus Copper layers in a miniature golf course, Summit County’s only go-kart track, rock climbing walls, and more.

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