Ski Colorado with Copper Mountain rentals and more

Home to the Rocky Mountains and nearly 30 ski resorts, it should come as no surprise that Colorado is consistently regarded as the number 1 skiing destination in the country. From historic mining towns to hidden gems, celebrity favorites, and Olympic-level slopes, Colorado has something for everyone, whether you’re an elite skier looking to carve your way through the season, or a family looking for somewhere that’s suitable for visitors of all ability levels. Colorado ski vacation rentals can be found all across the state, and with such a wide range available, you’re sure to find one that suits you.

Ski vacation rentals in Copper Mountain

Just 70 miles west of Denver you’ll find Copper Mountain, a family-friendly ski resort that’s ideal for groups of various abilities. Boasting over 2,460 acres of terrain, Copper Mountain has 140 trails—including 16 miles of cross-country trails—and a summit elevation 12,312 feet. Geared towards families, the resort offers plenty of other distractions, including snowtubing, ziplining, snowshoeing, and ice skating, and you’ll find plenty of places to eat in and around Burning Stones Plaza. If you’re travelling with kids or beginner skiers, then West Village is the best place to start your search for vacation rentals, as it’s closest to the beginner slopes and terrain.

Ski and snowboarding vacations in Breckenridge

Breckenridge is less than a 2-hour drive from downtown Denver, and it’s this proximity to both the city and the airport—as well as the resort’s excellent slopes for skiers of all skill levels—that has helped make it one of the most popular ski resorts in the state. Once a historic mining town, Breckenridge is now more famous for its all-ages and all-abilities skiing, with enough variety in slopes to ensure that both beginners and advanced skiers and snowboarders are happy here. With almost 3,000 acres of terrain, 5 peaks, a summit elevation of 12,998 feet, and 187 trails, there’s more than enough of Breckenridge to go around, even at peak season.

Ski rentals in Crested Butte

Located 226 miles southwest of Denver, you’ll find the small town and ski resort of Crested Butte. Famous for its downhill ski runs, Crested Butte is also popular with cross-country skiers, and boasts several miles of Nordic ski routes around the town. The historic center of Crested Butte is famous for its traditional Western-style main street along Elk Avenue, where you’ll find a wide array of restaurants, bars, and grills. Meanwhile, most of the ski vacation rentals can be found a few miles away in the resort area. Less crowded than Colorado’s other ski resorts, Crested Butte has over 1,500 acres of terrain and offers slopes to suit all skiing and snowboarding abilities.

Ski with the stars in Aspen

Aspen is one of the most famous ski resorts in America, and along with Vail has developed a reputation for being where the rich and famous go to stretch their legs on the slopes. Surrounded by stunning Rocky Mountain scenery, less than a 4-hour drive from Denver, and boasting one of the most charming downtowns in the Rockies, it’s easy to see why Aspen has been drawing such die-hard fans for so long. The walkable town center is full of high-end boutiques, relaxing spas, world-class restaurants, and chic bars perfect for a little après-ski aperitif. On the slopes, meanwhile, you’ll be blessed with 4 mountains, over 5,000 acres of terrain, and a summit elevation of 12,510 feet.

Enjoy a skiing getaway in Vail

If you’re looking for a winter vacation that combines glamour and action, look no further than Vail, Colorado. One of the best-known ski resorts in the US, Vail is the location to head to if you like a little luxury alongside your black diamond runs. With a ski area of over 5,000 acres, and a summit elevation of 11,570 feet, the resort is split between the older Vail Village and the more recent addition of Lionshead. Both have their own gondola, as well as ski lifts, ski schools, and excellent dining and shopping opportunities. You’ll also find complimentary shuttle buses and heated walkways, while Vail Village includes an iconic covered bridge across Gore Creek.