The Mountain

To help plan out those first tracks, Copper automatically updates the snow, trail, and lift reports all right here. With 2,465 acres of awesome, trail & village maps might come in handy. Check out our videos and photos to get a better picture of what’s happening here at Copper.

Winter Lift Times & Operations - Closed for the 15/16 season.

Monday - Friday: 9am - 4pm
Saturday & Sunday: 8:30am - 4pm
Holidays: 8:30am - 4pm
Lift Hours are subject to change.


Snow / Lift / Trail Report

This is the best and most accurate place to find out how much of the freshies Copper received overnight. Make sure to bookmark this page to be the first of your friends in the know. The Snow Report is updated bright and early every morning! Lifts open at 8:30am until January 4th.

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What are you going to wear tomorrow? This is where you can find out the forecast for the upcoming day, so you know whether to wear that down parka you just picked up at Gravitee in the Village at Copper or that awesome sweater vest your grandma gave you. You don't want to be all bundled up on a warm spring day, or conversely be wearing just a base layer on a subzero stormy kind of day.

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Snow Stake Cam

At Copper, we’re trend setters! As one of the first to implement the snow stake cam, you can trust that what we report is what’s found on the mountain! Don’t be fooled again, our trusty snow stake cam has you covered. Bring on the “powder flu!”

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Mountain Cams

Wave to all your friends and family that are not as lucky as you to be able to enjoy a Snow Day at Copper, because you might be on candid camera. This is where you can actually see some of the views that we get on a daily basis, and hopefully help you satiate those cravings until you too can come and experience Copper for yourself.

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Your on-mountain audio guide just got a whole slew of new features to enhance your Copper Mountain experience. In addition to the official Copper audibles placed across the resort, visitors, staff and locals can now leave their own audible markers for others to hear. Listen for celebrity tips, sponsored easter eggs, and more. Don’t forget to bring your headphones so you can hear all the insider info Copper has to offer.

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The Copper Blog

Out of the loop about what’s going on at Copper? The Copper Blog will fill you in about weekly updates, shenanigans and past & upcoming events at Copper Mountain Resort. Get to know us a little better with each blog post. Feel free to comment and share your experience.

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Copper Videos

This is the place to view what you are missing, so come on down to Copper and make a video of your own. If you are lucky and send it to us, we might even post your video right here in this section.

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Trail Maps

Looking for the best way to get from the Timberline area to The Tucker Mountain Cat rides? How about how to get from Resolution Bowl back down to Jack's Bar for apres with Lefty Lucy? Just click here to find out or you can even download your own trail map!

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Village Map

Can’t remember where you saw that lake, close in parking or the Business Center? How about where The Barn and all of Woodward Copper’s fun is located? Come here to view a map of all three of Copper’s base area villages – East Village, Center Village and West Village.

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Copper's Safety Zone

Skier safety is of the utmost importance at Copper Mountain. We allow traditional alpine skiing, snowboarders, telemark skiers or cross-country skiers and adaptive skiers with specialized equipment. In the interest of safety there are devices that are not allowed at Copper. Before you finalize your plans to visit Copper Mountain, please review our Allowable Devices.

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Mountain Statistics

Over 140 trails, 23 lifts, 2465 acres of skiable terrain, 12,313 peak height...just some of the mountain stats that you can find right here. Fun Fact - since Copper opened for the 1972-73 season the snowiest month is typically March, with an average of almost 53 inches.

Copper Mountain is proud to work with the US Forest Service.

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