Ski USA - Colorado

Copper Mountain Ski Resort Guide

Ski USA - Colorado

Copper Mountain Ski Resort Guide

Copper Mountain Ski Resort Guide

Copper Mountain 2006 photo

Copper Mountain

Photo credit: Mr2oons

Early snow., Copper Mountain photo

Copper Mountain

Photo credit: Snow Forecast Admin

Slope Stats

  • 3752m

  • 793m

  • 2959m

  • Acres of ski:2450
  • Pistes:126
  • Snowmaking:16%
  • Halfpipes:2
  • Terrain Parks:1
  • X-Country:25 km
  • beginner21%
  • intermediate25%
  • advanced54%

Copper Mountain is the place to be if you like to ski with those of a similar ability. The trail systems at Copper Mountain are separated by ability levels so beginners don't cross in front of experts.The Copper Mountain Village has been re-done and is now among the best and most convenient of the Colorado destination resorts. Lodging is located just steps away from the mountain. Copper Mountain has over 850 lodging units ranging from hotel rooms to 5-bedroom home and premium condominiums.

Travel

  • Nearest Airport:Denver
  • Nearest Train Station:Denver
  • Tourist Office Phone:+19709682882
  • Tourist Office Website:www.coppercolorado.com
  • Slopeside accommodation:yes
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Lifts

  • Season opens:16 Nov 2018
  • Season closes:22 Apr 2019
  • Lifts:21 (15 chair lifts, 6 surface lifts)
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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:22 Feb
  • Last Snowfall:22 February 2019
  • Snow Depth (upper):
    130
    cm
  • Snow Depth (lower):
    40
    cm
  • Piste:Packed powder or groomed snow
  • Off-piste:-

Today’s Weather (3356 m)view full snow forecast

night
moderate snow
5 WNW5
-13 °CF-Level
1000m
AM
light snow
15 NW15
-15 °CF-Level
1100m
PM
snow showers
25 WNW25
-13 °CF-Level
1250m

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Visitor Reviews of Copper Mountain

Marty Dickinson from United States writes:

We live in Denver area and go to Copper usually once every week. This year, we got a ton of snow at the beginning of the season so most runs were open early which was great. Problem now is that we are going through a dry spell. And, when there's a dry spell you want to ski at Copper Mtn. Copper always has good snow even if it's been a week or two without new snow. Vail gets crusty, Keystone gets rocky, Breckenridge gets wind blown. But, somehow, especially in the dry years we wind up going back to Copper and if we go anywhere else we ask ourselves, "Why didn't we just go to Copper?"

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