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Set in Copper Mountain, Village Square Penthouse Condo offers accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. The holiday home features mountain views and is 7.5 mi from Frisco. This unit is up to date, clean, great views of the mountain, and close to the lifts.
Located in Copper Mountain, The Cache in West Village offers accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi. Very cosy and well equipped property that was very close to the ski lifts and ski school in West Village. There is also a free shuttle service that you can call which will pick you up from the property and take you to wherever you want to go in Copper Mountain which saves lots of leg work.
Skiing for all levels. Lots of dining available for takeout or dine-in, though restaurants close relatively early. If you are a beginner skier, stay in Center or West Village. Those lifts take you to the green slopes as well as blues/blacks. FYI: Copper Mountain is at a higher elevation than some other ski resorts. Altitude sickness is a real possibility. HYDRATE more than you think necessary, and bring headache medicine. Oxygen cans available at onsite stores. Air is super dry - intense moisturizer is a must. Tubing super fun. Also try snowmobiling at High Country Tours in Leadville, CO - only 30 min. away.
Copper Mt has always been a favorite getaway for us. We enjoy their summer activities and the various music festivals they have each year. It is kid friendly, dog friendly and just a fun environment. All the employees and volunteers we have encountered over the years have always been kind, gracious and anxious to help. We have recommended Copper to family and friends over the years and were blessed to have them join us on our journey this year. We look forward to many more good times at Copper!
Great place to ski, lots of runs. Rendezvous is our absolute favorite location on the mountain❤️ They have done some nice upgrades to the lifts in the last few years. Not terribly crowed & plenty of rental equipment on-site. Buses can take you between East, Central & West villages so you don’t have to walk with all your ski/board gear to get to a different location to start/end your day on the slopes!
I'd recommend Copper depending on who I am talking to.... Copper is great because the mountain pretty naturally divides beginners from advanced skiiers.... but it can be really crowded. Copper is a popular choice because of the "Disneyland-esque Resort" vibe and its accessibility for out-of-state-ers and parents alike. Personally, I enjoy Copper for the longer, steeper runs...but only on the Far East side of the mountain nowadays. Less people, complex and advanced runs, (thus, the less people) and its quieter. But I have skid Center and West side of the mountain and that....gets....annoying. If you're a weekend warrior like me; you'd rather NOT spend 10 minutes in line for each lift run, dodging wee tykes and noobies alike...so if you're not advanced enough to get to Blue/Black terrain of the East Side, but more advanced than most on the Center and West sides... well, don't say I didn't warn you. Copper Resort itself is pretty nice.... decent restaurants, REALLY expensive beers... overall pretty good chill vibe but still with that palpable "resort-y" feel that I don't get at Winter Park or Loveland.
Very family friendly for skiing. Have skied lots of big mountains and this has become my new favorite. Very easy to move around from lift to lift. Also easy drive since it is right of the highway. Will definitely come back to copper
We lucked out with great ski conditions. Nice mountain. A little hard to follow signage on slopes. Bus lanes around the resort are a bit confusing especially when everything covered in snow. Staff very nice. Food at resort expensive but tasty.
I loved the location in central village. It was close to everything we needed.