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You’ve slipped away to Copper Mountain for a relaxing weekend or maybe an action-packed week. You’ve had your glorious fill of turns on this season’s excellent powder. Now the snow has melted and it’s time to lace up your Nike’s to hit those picturesque trails running, because those same trails you carved your skis down last winter will delight your feet this summer.
Join in a Colorado mountain beach party for back-to-back weekends April 12,13,19, 20
Reduce, reuse, recycle – and rethink
Free, guided snowshoe trips allow you to enjoy some solitude amidst the glittering white stuff and a breathtaking Rockies backdrop.
A perfect powder day paired with delicious, authentic Mexican food and killer margaritas equals après ski bliss.
These life-saving avalanche search and rescue pups are truly a person's best friend.
Frisco's 25-year-old, family-run Nordic Ski Center, plus a 44-Year Nordic skiing tradition mixes with bold community spirit to create an exhilarating local event with plenty of heart.
December 20th – 31st
Head up to Copper Mountain to experience some unforgettable family fun and seasonal magic on the mountain!
You could actually feel the Olympic spirit permeate the mountain at Copper's inaugural hosting of the electric First Tracks celebration and the naming of the U.S. Alpine Ski Team on November 8th.
Start Your Vacation
Copper's snowboarding geek.
Lover of All Things Outdoors
The Eye of Copper
You can take the girl out of the mountains, but you can't take the mountains out of the girl.
Updates, photos and the insider scoop from Copper Mountain's Ski Patrol.