Copper Mountain ski resort is located in Summit County, Colorado. It is renowned for having the perfect topography that has allowed the design of the ski terrain to be naturally separated into differing ability levels. The village is located at 2,926m and the lifts lead you up to 3,767m providing skiers and boarders with a 793m vertical drop.
The ski resort opened in early 70’s and Copper Mountain ski resort hosted the World Cup tour in 1976 with four alpine ski races: slalom and giant slalom for both men and women. The ski area as well as the village have been rebuilt and reinvigorated since then and is among the best and most convenient of the Colorado destination resorts.
The terrain layout has the easy slopes on the western side of the mountain, intermediate slopes in the center, and black terrain on the eastern side. The ski area features steep alpine terrain with chutes, cornices and expert-only bowls to delight. Included in your lift ticket is the snowcat skiing on Tucker Mountain which is also good for those seeking a challenge.
The terrain at Copper Mountain ski resort is naturally divided into sections that cater to all skill levels. The terrain breakdown is approximately 24% beginner trails, 32% intermediate and 44% for advanced skiers and snowboarders.
Over 140 trails, 23 lifts, 2,465 acres of skiable terrain, and the longest run at 2.73km... Copper Mountain ski area has it all. Fun Fact - since Copper Mountain ski resort opened for the 1972-73 season the snowiest month is typically March, with an average of almost 53 inches.
From its many low-key restaurants and bars, lodging options to family-friendly attractions, a Copper Mountain ski resort vacation will delight just about any visitor. It’s a dream destination for first timer to expert, young to old, to those on a budget or those looking to splurge a little.
During the summer, Copper Mountain ski resort lifts access boundless hiking and mountain biking trails. The local golf course provides another warm-weather diversion, as does whitewater rafting, tennis and nearby fishing.
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