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Copper Mountain

209 Ten Mile Circle, Copper Mountain, CO 80443
+1 970-968-2318
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Renovation and more security needed

This year I bought a Copper season pass to experience this new mountain where I skied only a few... read more

Reviewed yesterday
New York City, New York
Fantastic ski experience!

Our 4th time to ski here and we love it. Mountain divided in a really logical and smart way. Keeps... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Frisco or San Francisco. Denver or Dallas. It doesn't matter where you're from. If you've skied here, you've been raised on some of the best Colorado has to offer. For generations, people have valued a down-to-earth ski experience that puts friends, family and a relaxed mountain atmosphere above all else. It's why the Colorado front range has always considered Copper the home team, and why families from across the globe call Copper home. The place you go for a mountain experience that's refreshingly void of pretense. Wherever your home address may be, if you've skied here, you've been raised on Colorado. Welcome home.
  • Excellent69%
  • Very good23%
  • Average3%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible3%
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
209 Ten Mile Circle, Copper Mountain, CO 80443
209 Ten Mile Circle, Copper Mountain, CO 80443
+1 970-968-2318
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Reviewed yesterday

This year I bought a Copper season pass to experience this new mountain where I skied only a few times in the past. So far I have skied about 10-15 days here. The big PRO for this mountain is that is much less crowded than...More

Thank charliebi
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Our 4th time to ski here and we love it. Mountain divided in a really logical and smart way. Keeps very skilled skiers in one side of mountain and less skilled or experienced on the other side with a good mix of blues in the...More

Thank aggieman92
Reviewed 4 days ago

The winter of 2017-18 has been dry throughout the West. Fortunately Copper Mountain makes a great deal of snow when the temperature permits. Vast amount of varied terrain. Fast, high-capacity lifts and a digitized gate system facilitate throughput. We were there the week after the...More

Thank SunriseAddicted
Reviewed 5 days ago

My husband, kids (13 and 11) and I had a great four days of skiing and riding at Copper Mountain the first week of January. We have skied in a lot of places, but this was our first time at Copper. The mountain was easy...More

Thank JMBC
Reviewed 1 week ago

Snow. To say it was in short supply over the holidays this year was an understatement. The end of December 2017 was looking bleak for snow. We always go skiing. I'm sure you do too, and maybe that's why you are reading this today. We've...More

2  Thank Scott C
Reviewed 1 week ago

A well laid-out and easy to navigate resort - on and off the mountain. There is good variety of terrain, for all abilities, and easy to get from one side of the mountain to the other. It is less touristy (less crowded and less pricy)...More

Thank gemini682016
Reviewed 1 week ago

Copper Mountain is basically divided into three areas - beginner, intermediate and expert. The west side of the mountain has lots of green trails to get started and enjoy the beautiful scenery. The farther east you ski the terrain becomes more challenging. I selected this...More

1  Thank Suzysnowboard
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Terrific ski terrain, significantly less expensive and crowded than Vail/Breck, great for families, low key and not overly commercial

Thank Matt M
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a really good time here. First time skiing. We took classes and our instructor was fantastic. He was very enthusiastic and encouraged us all the time. My husband, my children (12 and 18) and I were very satisfied. Thank you Rob!. I would...More

1  Thank LisaTripAdv
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Copper Mountain has terrain for all ski abilities and is typically not as crowded as other mountains. We got the secret pass added to our lift tickets for free by staying in the copper condos and it gets you to the front of the line...More

Thank Tony A
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Questions & Answers
17 January 2018|
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Response from gemini682016 | Reviewed this property |
We purchased our passes online. The 4 pack option was available at that time but it looks like it now needs to be purchased in-person - no longer available online.
Kyle W
21 December 2017|
Response from mpharveyco | Reviewed this property |
Yes at the base next to but inside the outside ticket area.
Kim C
18 December 2017|
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Response from Brent R | Reviewed this property |
Most of the condos at Copper have locked ski lockers on the bottom floor of the building that are convenient and easy to use. At some condos/buildings there is underground parking but typicallly only for one car. There... More