At Copper Mountain, you can walk straight out of your hotel and onto the chairlift. There are six great high alpine bowls at Copper Mountain as well as a great trail system that naturally separates beginner, intermediate, and expert ski terrain on 2,500 acres providing a great experience for all skiers. The village itself has undergone a great deal of development in the past couple of years. It now boasts a variety of restaurants & retail shops along with some fabulous new condos.

Copper is now split into three distinct villages: The Village at Copper which is a short walk to The America Flyer and The American Eagle. You’ll want to stay in Center Village if you want to be at the center of the action. A short walk from East Village is The Super Bee 6 chair and Copper Station, the 40,000 square-foot day lodge.

Copper Mountain has many options for dining and Apres, including three on-mountain restaurants and on-the-go options. You are not limited for choice in the Copper village. Skiing is followed by vibrant nightlife in the local bars.

For the kids, Copper has an action sports park at the Woodward Barn. Here, kids can burn off their energy after skiing on trampolines, foam pits and skating bowls, as well as park-goers who want to practice off-mountain skills. In the centre of the village, you can also find a skating rink, which is a popular activity among families.

Mountain Terrain:







Skiing Hours:

9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Summit Elevation:


Vertical Drop:


Skiable Area:

2,507 acres

Average Snowfall:

774 cm


Snowboarder Friendly

Lift Information:

  • 1 six-person high-speed lift
  • 1 six-person bubble high-speed chair
  • 1 eight-person gondola and six-person telemix lift
  • 4 high-speed quads
  • 5 triple chairlifts
  • 5 double chairlifts
  • 7 surface lifts


140 trails. Longest run: 2.73 km (Collage)


In Woodward Mountain Park, you can choose from 10 different trails of varying difficulty. Including boxes, rails, jumps, and halfpipes.

Photo courtesy of Copper Mountain Ski Resort