Copper Mountain, Ski Colorado

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Hit the Slopes Here on Your Next Vacation

Whether you slip your boots into skis or a snowboard the important part is where you get to ride. When in Colorado and the Rockies a top choice is Copper Mountain Resort for lodging, entertainment, dining, and of course the trails. The views from the top of Copper Mountain are absolutely stunning. I could have spent all day at the top if it wasn’t so fun going back down!

View from the Top of Copper Mountain skiing in ColoradoCopper Mountain is just 75 miles from Denver and a great balance of size, navigability, and easy travel. With three central locations or villages there are plenty of options to approach the mountain. They have more than 140 marked trails to keep everyone in your family occupied.

East Village Lodge at Copper Mountain ColoradoThe trails breakdown as 21% beginner, 25% intermediate, 36% advanced, 18% expert. Keep in mind certain levels leave from one village or another so be prepared to keep track of everyone, but there are buses to take you anywhere you need to get on the ski resort. If you are looking for multiple days of skiing and snowboarding fun this is the place. The shear size of the resort and number of trails means there is always a new path to master.

Copper Mountain Tubing Hill ColoradoThere are so many more activities than just skiing to offer during your visit to Copper Mountain Resort. Some are snow going like the tubing hill, or the outdoor Rocky Mountain Coaster, and the iceskating pond. When you are ready to get out of the cold, but still want some thrills it is time to hit Woodward Copper. Their Woodward Barn is designed as an action sports training ground! Indoor ski and snowboard training, trampolines and foam pits, skateboards, scooters, and bikes are all options for private lessons with their amazing instructors or just take the intro, then sign up for free time. You can find out all about it in our post HERE.

Woodward Activity Center at Copper Mountain ColoradoStaying at Copper Mountain makes your visit one seamless adventure. We stayed at Copper One in the Center Village and could not have been happier. Being right in the center of restaurants, bars, shops, and most importantly a ski lift made everything wonderfully simple. The little details are sometimes the most delightful, covered parking, nearby equipment rental pickup (in the case of Copper One and performance rentals from Camp Hale we just went downstairs in our same building and they even stored it for us overnight, though our room came with a locker we figured this was just easier), heated walkways to keep the ice away, these are just a few of the bonuses.

Copper One at Copper Mountain in Colorado

View from our room in Copper One of Center Village

The rooms are lovely, exactly what you might expect from a ski lodge in decor. Having a home away from home with a kitchen and fireplace after a long day on the slopes makes a big difference when it comes to relaxing and enjoying your vacation to the fullest.

Copper Mountain Resort has plenty of tasty options for when you are ready to refuel. Meat eaters will love Eagle BBQ, while sushi cravers can grab seafood creations at Storm King Lounge or warm up with some ramen.  Sweet treats? The items for offer at Mountain Top Cookies and Crepe Shop are so innovative you can’t leave with just one. I highly recommend the s’mores cookie. Fancy night out? The C.B. Grille fits the bill. My favorite, not to be missed, is Toast & Co.which is open for breakfast and lunch and I rave about in full detail HERE.

French Toast at Toast & Co at Copper Mountain ColoradoEat, drink, and have a great stay at Copper Mountain Resort while enjoying the natural beauty of the Rockies. Favorite parts of the visit, 1- Tubing Hill – this is so much fun. You can go down solo or in groups while hanging on to each other which is a blast. 2- Center Village – Being in a fun all access ski village. We loved stepping out on the balcony and hearing the music playing and watching the outdoor fires from the nearby bar. 3 – Woodward Copper – because jumping into foam pits is just that much fun.

To plan your trip to Copper Mountain visit their site at Coppercolorado.com or find them on Social Media – TwitterFacebookInstagram

 

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