A self-contained ski resort, Copper Mountain resembles a small village. Its transformed base houses unique restaurants, a cozy shopping plaza and new condominiums in which skiers rest after a day on the slopes. The largest of four resorts in Summit County, Copper Mountain Ski Resort offers diverse terrain on a well-designed, easy-to-navigate mountain. Advanced skiers prefer the east side, while beginner and intermediate snow riders enjoy the moderate terrain farther west. Copper boasts 16 miles of cross-country trails. First-rate terrain parks await the daring.
After a day on the mountain, experience Copper’s nightlife and hit up local bars and restaurants, some with live music every day. Nights here can be relaxing or raucous — it's up to you. Copper offers some of the coziest cabins and wildest bars in Summit County. Copper Mountain is family friendly as well, showcasing a wealth of culinary and accommodation options.
During the summer, Copper ski 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.