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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Copper Mountain reviews
"We went to Copper Mountain for our first ski trip. The accommodations at this condo were fantastic. The views of Center Village and the mountain were extraordinary. The rooms were great size and the kitchen was ready to go. Overall the condo was clean and well furnished. The condo is also in a great location to visit Breck or other resorts during your stay. I will definitely be staying here again. My only disappointment was that our late checkout on our last day was not communicated to the property manager, so the cleaning crew kicked us out early, but that wasn't a big deal. Thanks again to the owners such a memorable experience with family and friends."Guest: Jeremy Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 14, 2015View listing
"Literally overlooking American eagle lift in center village. Very nice condo just steps from the slopes. Rooms stay very warm with hot water heating system. Nice layout in kitchen - Easy for 3 ppl to work at same time. The snow cats make noise on the slopes at night and you can faintly hear them. Not too loud, but may be inconvenient for light sleepers. The ski locker seems a bit small and there is only 1 parking pass. Although you can park a car for free at alpine if you get a pass from copper. You really don't need a car once you get here, so leaving a car there was not a big issue for us."Guest: neversummer4eva Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 19, 2014View listing
"This condo was just the perfect size for our trip. It was our first trip with our little girls (5 & 8) and this condo was just right. The underground parking was awesome as we never had to worry about walking in to a freezing car. They also provide ski lockers. The sleeper sofa was great with the memory foam mattress, we got zero complaints from our girls. Excellent location in east village with walking distance to the slopes. Because it was our girls' first time, we had to go to west village for their ski school, but the bus stop is literally in front of the lobby door of the condo. The owner was very acoomodating and helpful with all of our requests. We will definitely stay here again."Guest: Mauricio H. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 12, 2015View listing
"Condo was comfortable and a good value for how many it sleeps. It has a nice feel (not as dated as most mountain lodging) and was spacious enough that we didn't feel crowded. There was plenty of room for boots, hooks for hanging jackets, etc. Bedrooms: The three bedrooms upstairs were plenty warm at night. Some guests mentioned linens had holes in them, and there seemed to just be barely enough. An extra blanket or two would have been nice. Kitchen and dining: The kitchen has a nice amount of counter space. The fridge is deep and can hold plenty of food. The dishwasher works well, there were plenty of utensils and cooking tools, and things were generally clean and well maintained. The table was nice, seats 8, and fits the space just right. Living Room: The sectional is comfortable for seating, the TV has a really nice screen, and it was easy to hook up devices thanks to the swing out wall mount. Video collection was primarily VHS - we didn't watch anything, but it did bring back a bit of 90s nostalgia. Fireplace is very warm, burns gas (clean), and has a nice mantel. Bathrooms: One on each level. The tubs are deep with very nice shower heads - perhaps a bit too nice, as we ended up running out of hot water on several occasions. The heaters are a nice addition! Hot Tub: Outside and shared. No specifed hours of operation, which is nice (just be respectful) for the late evenings when we wanted to use it. It's a bit of a walk, but it is spacious and the water was quite toasty! That's how I like it, but some found it to be a bit too hot. Location: Awesome location. Very close to the loop bus as well as the Superbee lift. As long as you aren't a novice, it's easy to get all over the mountain just from the one lift. Parking was a bit concerning (we had 4 vehicles, but only 2 parking permits), but we were able to park in the Wheeler lot right next door. It worked out well. Suggestions: WiFi was very spotty and dropped out so frequently that it was essentially unusable unless you stood in the stairwell leading upstairs. It's a deadzone for T-Mobile, if that's a concern. AT&T was just fine. There was mention of a red ethernet cable for wired internet access, though we didn't have a computer with us. Perhaps setting up a wireless access point inside the condo would be possible? We found ourselves laying towels and such near the fireplace to warm them up. Perhaps something to hang things (a stalking hanger, for example) could be nice."Guest: Joseph E. Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 29, 2015View listing
Copper Mountain Travel Tips
Copper Mountain is a ski resort town nestled in the beautiful peaks of Colorado. The resort opened in 1972 and played host to the World Cup tour in 1976 with four alpine ski races.
The mountain serves as the starting point for the Copper Triangle, a cycling circuit that is home to the Colorado Cyclist Copper Triangle Alpine Cycling Classic and benefits the Davis Phinney Foundation.
Copper Mountain Attractions
Venturing to the top of Copper Mountain is likely an activity at the top of your list of things to do while visiting. The mountain's summit reaches 12,313 feet and features 126 trails on 2,465 acres. A total of 22 lifts can take you to the apex so you can enjoy the ride back down.
Woodward Camp is a 19,400-square-foot indoor training facility in Copper Mountain that offers year-round snowboard and ski training. Individuals of all ages can take lessons as you learn how to ride the pipe or master new techniques. There are weekly classes, private lessons, drop-in sessions, barn passes, parties and even skate and bike sessions available for guests to Woodward Camp.
Copper Mountain during the winter is a fun zone of activities. Take to the tubing hill and race your family and friends down the mountain after being divided into four lanes or go on a thrilling adventure 30 feet above West Lake down the Alpine Rush Zip Line. Go skating at West Lake or bring along curling equipment and hockey nets for a pick-up game.
When you visit Copper Mountain during the summer you'll find that there are just as many things to do as there are during the winter. Enjoy a free lift ride to the top of Copper Mountain, go cross country skiing, downhill mountain biking or take a hike on the mountain. When you go for a hike, take in the view as you meander through the Colorado Trail and see the wildlife and plants that inhabit the area. Go-karts are a popular activity with families that visit Copper Mountain as they get to race each other around the track. You can go on a bumper boat or paddle boat ride on West Lake or even go bungee jumping on Copper Mountain. Be sure to check out the largest outdoor climbing wall in the state that has routes for all skill levels. Other great activities to enjoy on the mountain include the zip line, disc golf and the nine-hole mini golf course.
Don't be afraid to pamper yourself at Copper Mountain Spa and Athletic Club during your visit to the community. Facials offered at the spa are designed for the high altitude and help relieve the stress of the climate. A variety of massages are available including Swedish relaxation, pregnancy and deep tissue. Spa packages include Copper Signature Body Treatment, Relaxation, Gentleman's Getaway, The Pampered Teen, Ultimate Indulgence, Travelers Relief and Mountain Recovery.
Things to Do in Copper Mountain
Kids' Night Out: The thrilling Kids' Night Out is held by the Copper Mountain Resort Association and provides parents with three hours of free childcare while they go out and enjoy the sights. While your kids are being taken care of for three hours, go shopping and pick up something to commemorate your trip or have a nice dinner at a local eatery. Kids will get to do crafts, play games, watch movies and eat pizza.
Shopping: During your stay be sure to check out the Outlets at Silverthorne for savings at stores including J. Crew, Banana Republic, Calvin Klein, Nike and Gap. Find all the gear you need for your ski vacation, including ski and snowboard rentals. Dillon Farmers Market is a great place to find local produce including fruits and vegetables as well as handcrafted items such as jewelry and home goods. Kelly's Closet sells footwear and accessories for men, women and children including shoes, scarves, gloves, wallets, bags and luggage. Kokomo sells Colorado-made gifts, soaps, pottery, artwork and clothing while you can find trendy gear at Copper Sports.
Dining: You'll find restaurants in every part of Copper Mountain and Summit County. There are family-friendly options as well as fine dining choices for when you enjoy a night out on the town. Endos Adrenaline Cafe and Sala Mountain Cantina are must-sees, while other delicious eateries include Copper Red Hots, C.B. Grille, Grand Hall Market, Gustino's, The Healthy Tomato, Jack's Slopeside Grill and Bar and Solitude Station. Enjoy some coffee during your stay and head to Belgian Bean, Sky Chutes Coffee House or Daylight Donuts. Grab a bite to eat at the town's only outdoor establishment, Jill's Umbrella Bar. This restaurant has mountain views and serves a range of dishes including salmon, grilled chicken sandwiches and cheeseburgers.