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Copper Mountain Ski Resort - 9 Reviews - 209 Ten Mile Cir, Conifer, CO - Sports & Recreation Reviews - Phone (866) 841-2481

Copper Mountain Ski Resort

209 Ten Mile Cir
Conifer, CO 80433
(866) 841-2481
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This is my favorite resort in the world! Great snow, sun and terrain!


I stopped here on the way back from Aspen with my kids to do a little change of pace skiing, on recommendation of freinds. Change of pace...for sure. Every run was wall to wal...

Copper Mountain is Changing 1/28/2003

Copper Mountain was once the ski resort without a base area. No longer. It's terrain is defined by a black, blue, and green striped mountain moving from left to right (looking from the North to South). Beginners can ski from the top on the Western side. Busy? Depends on when you go. Weekends, every ski resort is busy and I-70 is a nightmare after 3pm as a result of all the immigration that has occurred in Denver over the last 8 years. Good skiing and is all up to you what it is. Pros: Terrain Segmentation, Snow, Fun Cons: Horrible Skiing more

snow, sun, and terrain 1/18/2003

This is my favorite resort in the world! Great snow, sun and terrain! more

Copper deserves GOLD! 11/13/2002

Copper Mountain is such an amazing resort. The town, the skiing, it has it all! Pros: Good value Cons: Parking more

Copper Is Best 11/13/2002

I've been skiing and snowboarding for many years and have, in fact, taught both professionally. I love Vail, but Copper wins my vote as the best all around resort in Colorado. Here's why... Copper is designed with a family in mind - the mountain is roughly divided by terrain so that beginners will not get caught on something too difficult, and vice-versa for experts. Copper has a great learning center away from the main mountain putting both beginners and everyone else at ease. The snow is great and so are the runs. Great new bowls also make the experience great for experts. Finally, the trip from Denver is just over 1.5 hours so it's very convenient for day skiing. Pros: great design, beginner friendly, not too crowded more

NO! NO! NO! 11/12/2002

I stopped here on the way back from Aspen with my kids to do a little change of pace skiing, on recommendation of freinds. Change of pace...for sure. Every run was wall to wall people. If you stop on the slope be prepared to be creamed....and don't fall!!! We took two runs and ate the lift tickets. Too crowded to be fun...but that's me...I love open slopes, and detest crowded runs...I love the rush and solitude of downhilling...that is not what you get at Copper.... Just too darn close to NOT venture here on weekends. Most over rated ski area I've visited in 40 years of skiing (for what I love about the sport...I realize lot's of folks just love to each his own) more

Copper Mountain Rules 11/12/2002

I like to go there because it is a good place to learn how to be an intermediate skier without any lessons. more

Unpretentious and fun 10/14/2002

I love skiing Copper. It's closer that Vail and easier to get to than Breck, Keystone or Winter Park. But the best part is when you get there, the lift lines are the shortest in Summit County and the snow is always great. Even last year when some resorts had snow problems, Copper had great skiing the whole year. Since Interwest took over the parking situation kind of stinks, but there is free parking if you park out in the remote lot and take the shuttle. But the extra lifts and the terrain parks they added(for both skiers and snowboarders) makes the mountain a whole lot of fun! Pros: Friendly, Great Snow Cons: parking more

Local Fave 9/18/2002

Copper is a great, unpretentious ski resort! There are plenty of runs that are laid out great so that beginners and advanced skiers can head to different parts of the mountain. And Copper gets some great snowfall. The new village that they are building is pretty nice, too, with shops and restaurants and lots of accomodations (for the out-of-towners). Pros: Snow conditions, Great runs, Reasonable prices Cons: I-70 drive more

Copper's the best 5/15/2002

I like Copper so much better than Vail--I don't see why Vail gets such raves. Sure, it's big. But the lines are ridiculous and the people tend to be snobby. Copper has a great variety of terrain, the lines are usually short and the jerk factor is definitely lower. more
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    Mon-Fri 9am-4pm Sat-Sun 8:30am-4pm
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