7 reasons to ski Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain, 73 miles west of Denver, is a ski resort with many draws for a great ski vacation. In their 51 years of operation, they have continually improved the ski area and base yearly.

Logical terrain

Unlike other resorts where the terrain is not divided by ability, at Copper Mountain, the difficulty is directly tied to the part of the resort you are skiing. The center base village is predominantly intermediate runs. Access the west part of the resort from these two lifts, and the terrain is suited for novice skiers. Go west, and that is the expert part of the mountain from above the tree line to the bottom. It is easy for skiers and riders of different abilities to start at the center, diverge, and then meet back at the end of the day.

Walkable base village

Copper Mountain’s base is

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