Copper Mountain, CO Winter Sports
Located in the heart of the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Colorado, Copper Mountain boasts 140 ski runs across its almost 2500 acres. Copper is a great alternative to nearby Breckenridge with less crowds, fewer lines, and loads of varied terrain for all levels of skiers and riders. One of its main features is its naturally divided terrain – there’s a run for everyone. Beginners can head over to the west side for easier runs, while experienced skiers can ski the intermediate and advanced runs in the center and eastern side of the resort.
Copper also features incredible perks like free snowcat access to Tucker Mountain for expert skiers, free parking, and the free Summit Country bus system that can take you into Frisco or Breckenridge. These freebies combined with the lower lift ticket prices will make your trip to Copper much easier on the wallet.
Don’t jump on the bus too quick though – Copper Mountain’s base village has some great apres ski hangouts that rival Breckenridge. Try out the happy hour at cozy local dives like Jack’s Slopeside Bar and Grill, and Incline’s.
GETTING TO COPPER MOUNTAIN RESORT
To get to Copper Mountain, fly to Denver International Airport – a two hour drive from Copper Mountain. Shuttle services from the airport to Copper Mountain are available every day. If you prefer to rent a car, you can also pick one up at the airport.
COPPER MOUNTAIN STATS
- Copper Mountain has a total of 2490 acres skiable terrain and a vertical rise of 2738 feet.
- The resort features 24 chairlifts.
- Average annual snowfall is 305 inches.
- There are 140 marked trails divided as follows: 21% beginner, 25% intermediate, 36% advanced, 18% expert.
- The longest run is 1.7 miles.
WHERE TO RENT GEAR AT COPPER MOUNTAIN
For quality gear with free delivery services, you can book online with Black Tie Ski Delivery in Copper Mountain. Booking on TripOutside gets you an extra 10% off! They will deliver your rental equipment right to your hotel or accommodation.