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Recent Copper Mountain reviews

  • Lovely 2-night stay at Passage Point

    "The condo was as described and pictured on the web site. It is clean and spacious, with great amenities. We only ate breakfast at the condo, so didn't do any cooking. It was an easy walk to the base of the ski area, and all services are within walking distance. Parking garage was wonderful. We did have a bit of trouble finding the property, relying on the "Maps" app of our cell phone, which sent us beyond where we needed to go. The big "Passage Point" sign in front of the building was obscured by a tall pile of snow. I would recommend this property or stay there again. We were there during the extended ski season weekend so some shops had already closed for the season, and one of the restaurants was out of a lot of the menu items."
    Guest: Marie Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 26, 2014
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  • Ganddaughters' Ski Trip

    "My non-skiing wife and I took my son and his two pre-teen daughters on their first ski trip. The condo was perfect for skiers and non-skiers alike. Since my wife was not skiing, she appreciated the comfortable condo and its central location for wandering the village shops. As advertised, we were walking distance to the American lifts and just a short shuttle bus ride to the Union Creek area where the kids' lessons were. It was convenient enough that we could come "home" for lunch on a few days. This was spring break so I expected things to busy, but the condo was quiet. The elevator got a little "oversubscribed" in the morning as did the hot tub in the afternoon, but nothing terrible. Definitely a top notch place. The onsite management company was really accommodating too."
    Guest: Duane & Melissa Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 8, 2014
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  • Fantastic stay....

    "We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this unit. I took my 3 young children skiing to Copper for their first time ever on skis, and we had a blast. The unit was well stocked with everything we needed, clean and had plenty of room for the 4 of us. The views of Copper and the Ten Mile range from the living room and deck are breathtaking. The pool was great (wish there was a hot tub....) and all in all I would recommend this condo. Only drawback is the slight walk to the main base (skiing back is easy)."
    Guest: Gary M. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 30, 2014
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  • This place is great!

    "This condo was absolutely perfect. It was easy to get to, with great instructions for access -- yet the manager was still wonderfully helpful when we called him late at night with questions. :-) We were two families traveling together and the layout seems to be tailor made for that. Each family got bedrooms on one side of the condo but we spent most of our indoor time sprawled out on the uber comfortable big couch and playing games at the table -- where we could watch the slopes right out the window. The kitchen was fully equipped and we had our groceries stocked before we got there. What a service!! Everything we wanted was there and ready for us. For skiing the location was as good as it can be. A quick walk to American Eagle and only slightly further to the Flyer. Close enough to come back for a lunch break and head right back out for the rest of the afternoon!"
    Guest: Nansi S. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 27, 2014
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Copper Mountain Travel Tips

Come to Copper Mountain Resort

Copper Mountain is a popular ski resort in northwest Colorado that is known for its naturally segregated terrain, which is perfect for skiers of all skill levels. The annual snowfall is almost 300 inches with snowy, blue skies all year long, making Copper Mountain lodging ideal for the perfect winter wonderland in the heart of the Rockies.

Copper Mountain Resort Welcomes All

The natural setup of Copper Mountain itself allows for skiers of all skill levels to have a great time; as a result, skiing is the main attraction near Copper Mountain rentals. The end of the mountain features beginner trails and bunny slopes while the middle is filled with intermediate trails. On the other side, you will find expert trails and bowls. This variety of ski slopes sets Copper Mountain Resort apart from others in the area.

Getting around Your Copper Mountain Lodging

The Copper Mountain resort area is comprised of three ski village areas. This means you can really just walk outside of your Copper Mountain lodging and take the extensive network of ski lifts to and from the villages. The area in which Copper Mountain rentals is located is also equipped with a free shuttle that connects the three main parts of the resort including the Super Bee Lift, the American Flyer & American Eagle, and Union Creek.

Things to Do near Copper Mountain Rentals

If you want to do a little shopping, you will need to leave the immediate area of your Copper Mountain rentals and head for Frisco or Keystone. However, if you want to take a scenic drive, your best bet is to head out from the Copper Mountain lodging area and drive toward Colorado’s wine country which consists of more than 70 wineries in Hotchkiss, Grand Junction, Palisade, and Montrose.

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