-1 Bed/1 Bath, NO kitchen. In Center Village at the base of the Pitchfork Lift and Green Acres with easy access to Super Bee (East Village) and American Eagle (Center Village) Lifts. Copper Mountain is divided with Advanced runs in East Village (Super Bee), Intermediate runs in Center Village (American Eagle and Flyer) and Beginner runs in West Village.
-Quiet location on bus route with access to Center and East village dining (or about a 5-10 minute walk to either village square).
-Only building in Copper with a year round outdoor heated pool like a giant hot tub
(please note pool is closed during the off season, generally May and October)
-Directly across the street from Woodward, the Copper Athletic Club, and playground
Guest accommodations include a 1 bedroom/ 1 bathroom. There is a king bed, table, chairs, microwave, coffee pot (with coffee provided), and refrigerator. NO kitchen. If you plan to eat your meals in the room, please bring your own silverware and plates as these are not provided. See pictures for details.
Bedside lamps are touch operated!
Other amenities include essentials, cable TV, wireless internet, washer/dryer, hangers, hair dryer, iron, free parking on premises. Condo is on the second floor. There is no elevator. Family and Kid friendly.
Guests will be allowed 1 parking spot in the lot right outside of the building during their stay. Permit will be valid from 4 PM on day of check in until 4 PM on day of check out. If you need parking prior to check in, there are many paid lots within the Copper Resort as well as the Alpine and Far East Lots which are free and accessible by bus.
There are a host of ways to get to Copper from shuttles to rental cars. Summit County also has free county-wide transportation. See Copper Website for details.
Getting around Copper is easy with the bus stop conveniently located across the street.
On-Resort Shuttles run from 7am − 11pm, 7 days a week during ski season to transport guests around Copper Mountain. A shuttle for each village is available from the Alpine and Far East lots.
There is also a free Copper Coach service with personal pickups/dropoffs anywhere in the Copper Resort. Call the Copper Coach for FREE and convenient transport to and from all areas of the Copper Community. Copper Coach runs 8:30am to 11:00pm. Please call 15 to 20 minutes prior to the desired pick-up time, and to verify availability.
Copper Mountain is just 75 miles from Denver with 2,465 acres of skiable terrain and a village that feels more like a neighborhood. With 23 chairlifts, over 140 marked trails, 276" average snowfall, and naturally divided terrain, you will always have your best ski day! Base elevation is 9,712 feet with Summit elevation of 12,313 feet. So dress warm!
Copper's 2015-16 Season is scheduled from November 2017 through April 2018. Hours of operation are 9am to 4pm weekdays, 8:30am to 4pm weekends and holidays.
This is an amazing location to stay all year round. During ski season, take a short hike up the hill to access ski lifts and ski all the way home to the parking lot!
Winter activities are endless with skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, tubing, sledding, Ice Skating in Center Village, and Critterland for the littles!
Enjoy Kids Night Out during Ski Season, a FREE three hour childcare service offered to parents on the condition that $30 per child is spent in any commercial outlet at the resort during the three hours that your children are in the program. Original receipts are required to verify the expenditure. Open: December 2017 - April 2018
Hours of operation: Wednesdays through Saturday from 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Ages: 3 years old and potty trained - 12 years old
In addition to these activities, Copper offers amazing spa treatments and shopping.
Summer, spring, and fall also provide endless opportunities. Copper is conveniently located by many great mountain towns allowing access to all the festivals Summit County has to offer. The hiking, biking, fishing, and outlet shopping are just a few of the warmer weather activities to enjoy. The fall colors are AMAZING as you bike or hike the many trails around Copper and up Vail Pass.+ More