Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain
Photo Credit » Todd Powell

Frisco is Copper ‘s town and Copper is Frisco’s resort. Being only 6 miles from each other, the two towns decided to work together to offer even more opportunities for fun! The partnership between these two towns has been longstanding and growing over the past few years. Contact Copper‘s Guest Services at 970-968-2882 for more information on lodging, hotels and specific activities or call the Frisco-Copper Information Center at 1 (800) 424-1554 on ideas on making the most of your trip by combining both towns.

Why We Love Copper:

 

Location: Copper Mountain is just 75 miles from Denver with 2,450 acres of skiable terrain and a village that feels more like a neighborhood. Copper’s guests enjoy steps away lodging, après ski entertainment, naturally divided terrain, exciting events and a welcoming, knowledgeable staff.

Summit Elevation: 12,313 feet/3,767 meters

Lifts: 22 total (1 six-person, high-speed lift; 4 high-speed quads; 5 triple chairlifts; 5 double chairlifts and 7 surface lifts)

Ski-able Acres: 2,450 acres/985 hectares makes Copper one of the largest ski and snowboard resorts in Colorado!

Marked Trails: There are 126 naturally divided trails (21% beginner, 25% intermediate, 36% advanced, 18% expert)

Average Snowfall: 282 inches/710 centimeters

Snowmaking: 380 acres/154 hectares

Longest Run: 2.8 miles/5 kilometers (Soliloquy to Roundabout)

Winter Activities: Skiing, Snowboarding, Cross-Country/Nordic Skiing, Snowshoeing, Ice Skating, Snowshoeing, Tubing, Snowmobiling, Copper Mountain Stables Sleigh Rides, Dog Sledding, Cross Country Skiing, Racquet and Athletic Club, Spa Facilities, Shopping, Dining, Après/Nightlife.

25 kilometers of trails allow skiers to make their way through the picturesque White River National Forest!

Summer Activities: Copper Creek Golf Course, Woodward Copper, Alpine Rush Zip Line, Quad Power Jump, Mini Golf, Digglers, Go-karts, Scenic Chair Lift Rides, Mountain Biking, Hiking, Rock Climbing Wall, Bumper Boats, Disc Golf, and more!

Begin your Copper experience with the online films and photo galleries at coppercolorado.com.

For information about the Summit Stage (free, county-wide bus) and its routes between Frisco and Copper, stop into the Information Center at 300 Main Street in Frisco for a paper map/schedule brochure, go to www.SummitStage.com or call their office at (970) 668-0999.