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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

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Recent Copper Mountain reviews

  • Nice place to stay!

    "We enjoyed our stay. The condo was very comfortable and felt like home very quickly. The pool wasn't "hot tub" temperature (more like luke warm). The bunk beds are a bit close together and the ladders don't attach securely. Don't get me wrong, this was a great place all-in-all. It had all the furnishings of home right next to the slopes. It's not far from center village."
    Guest: Tony H. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: April 14, 2014
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  • First Time at Copper Mountain

    "This condo was in an excellent location, even closer to the lifts than expected. Nice views, clean, extremely quiet and relaxing. The ski lockers were really easy and convenient. The underground parking was great, no snow to worry about. We drove, but never used the car the 4 nights we stayed. The hot tub was wonderful after a day on the slopes. Two nights we ate at the upscale restaurant at Passage Point, right across the bridge. There was a nice coffee shop there too. We really enjoyed our first time at Copper! The slight downside to the condo was it was small, I wouldn't recommend it for more than 2 people unless it's young children. The only storage in the unit was a little, unlit bedroom closet, which also held the vacuum, ironing board, mop, dehumidifier, etc. That left no room for all your gear. The lighting was poor, so only one person could read at a time with their book under a table lamp. Being 5'3" I could not reach the dishes (above the microwave). A little higher quality linens would have been nice. (If you're driving bring your own pillows.) Also bring towels for the hot tub."
    Guest: sraebaer Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 25, 2014
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  • condition of home

    "For such a beautiful mountain home, we were surprised at the condition of the home. The furniture in the living room was sparse and old, only 2 of the 4 burners worked on the outdoor grill and it was completely filthy. The bunk beds were advertised as queen beds but they were no more than small twin beds (teenagers had a tough time fitting in them). The shower head in the upstairs master was poor. We own a rental condo at copper and understand the difficulty in keeping the furniture fresh and clean but felt the management company has let the owner down in keeping the condition of the home up to par."
    Guest: Bob S. Date of Stay: December 2013 Review Submitted: January 5, 2014
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  • Unbelievable condo.

    "This condo is EXACTLY as stated in the description. The hot tub is marvelous. There was never any noice from other guests. The parking is heated (very nice on snowy days). You can see the Ten Mile range right out the living room window. It was a short walk to everything from restaurants, coffee shops, and even a small market. The Village of Copper has done a beautiful job for all the visitors. This condo is truly a ski in/ski out. If you don't want to walk a little to get to the American Flyer lift you can ski downhill to the Super B lift. I'm not really sure where the first reviewer stayed because we found the place to be perfect."
    Guest: Steve Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 28, 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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