Discover the Copper Mountain Village
This page is the Copper Mountain, Colorado – Mountain Habitat Community Profile. Besides Arapahoe Basin, Copper Mountain is the only other big ski resort that is not operated by Vail Resorts. The independent nature of Copper allows for unique marketing and messaging and describes how the terrain is also world-class and is one of the first resorts to usually open in Colorado. Copper Mountain is located just west from Frisco on I-70. A short drive through stunning Ten Mile Canyon puts drivers and passengers between the Ten Mile and Gore Ranges.
Copper Mountain, Colorado – Mountain Habitat Community Profile
The closest town is Frisco to the east, and Vail is a short drive up and over Vail Pass. If you were to go south, you’ll end up in Leadville. If you’ve ever been to the springtime music at the base of the slopes, then you’ve been to one of the villages at Copper. There are three, and they are called, east, west, and center. The bike path travels through the village and on up to Vail Pass, while a golf course and athletic center, Woodward at Copper attracts adventurous individuals to their training grounds.
What Life is Like in Copper Mountain
While it’s primarily a ski village, you will find the amenities of a small town like a post office, grocery store and liquor store. For more options, Frisco has both Whole Foods and a Vitamin Cottage Natural Food Grocers. However, those small items will be insignificant when compared to the wonderful wildflowers of Mayflower Gulch, a popular outing nearby. Numerous festivals happen throughout the year, and even popular music groups are to be found in the Village.
Trails line the surrounding mountains, and even the Colorado Trail traverses Copper. Other trails lead to Janet’s Cabin, one of a few cabins available through the 10th Mountain Division Huts. You will not be missing out on anything when you choose to experience Copper Mountain.
Stats and Data
Copper Mountain is a mountain and ski resort located in Summit County, Colorado, about 75 miles (120 km) west of Denver on Interstate 70. The resort has 2,465 acres (10.0 km2) of in-bounds terrain under lease from the U.S. Forest Service, White River National Forest, Dillon Ranger District. It is operated by Powdr Corporation.
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