2003 Summer Statistics
Base: 9,712 feet
Mid Mtn: 11,075 feet
Summit: 12,313 feet
Vertical: 2,601 feet
Early June through Labor Day
Hours of Operation:
Golf Shop: 7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Lifts: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Free scenic chair lift rides, golf, mountain biking, road biking, hiking, horseback riding, miniature golf, Quad Power Jump, zipline, outdoor climbing wall, paddle boating, canoeing, pedal kayaking, disc golf, fly fishing, white water rafting, Jeep tours and special events.
Music of the Mountains, The Beat Goes On concert series, Burning Stones Outdoor Theater, Morning Melodies, Crank & Jams and Rhythm Rides bike sessions.
Nestled in the Ten Mile and Gore mountain ranges just 75 miles from downtown Denver in the scenic Rocky Mountains, Copper Mountain is a year-round vacation destination. During the winter months Copper is Summit County’s largest ski and snowboard resort, with 2,450 lift-serviced acres comprising an award-winning trail system that enhances the mountain’s unique geographic features. During the summer months North America’s highest championship golf course, scenic mountain biking and road biking, hiking, gold medal fishing waters and much more, help to create high alpine summer adventures for all outdoor enthusiasts.
In addition, The Village at Copper is alive with a wealth of festivals and activities, providing an excess of memory-making opportunities for vacationers young and old. The pedestrian-only village has been designed to accentuate Copper’s natural beauty while capturing the Colorado sun. New shops, restaurants and social gathering places now allow guests to recreate during the day and celebrate into the night.