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Copper Mountain, Copper Mountain

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Ski Area · Nature / Park
With 126 trails for all skill levels, Copper Mountain is heaven for skiers and snowboarders. The resort's reputation was proven in 1976 when it hosted the Skiing World Cup and more recently when the U.S. Ski Team started using it as their training center. The area features 22 lifts, snow guns in case of low cover, and an indoor training facility. You can rent quality equipment that's suitable to your needs, skill, and age. Small kids have a special area where they can play, and the mountain also offers tubing lanes and a skating rink. In the summer, the whole area transforms into a perfect setting for hiking, mountain biking, and golf. Make reservations and find discount deals online. To find out how to plan a trip to Copper Mountain, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • What a great place to visit, check out the mini donut shop, grab some souvenirs and ride the gondola  more »
  • I took my young adult children to Frisco/Dillon area for spring break. Let me say that we are not skiers! Copper Mountain was fantastic! There was an option to buy lift tickets for just the bunny.....  more »
  • LOVE copper mountain! It is part of Summit County, near Frisco and Breckenridge. Went up for a.weekend getaway, purchased the Activity pass,buy one get one free! We couldn't have been happier, this was a perfect way to spend the day with family! We did the Wrecktangle obstacle course, bungee trampolines, race cars zip line over the lake, scenic chair lift, bumper boats and mountain coaster! All included on the day activity pass! Such a fun day! Copper itself is a small mountain town and perfect for skiing/snowboarding in the winter. Good prices on food and good selection for coffee!
  • This place was definitely my speed. Not as fancy as Vail, but frankly I prefer it that way. People in Vail seemed stuck up. Copper mountain people were super chill though, and everyone was really nice. The amenities were nice, though frankly the food options left a lot to be desired. Vail does have better restaurants. So stay at copper mountain, but eat at Vail!

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