Book on over to Copper Mountain with the Stage Summit; the FREE scheduled public transportation for residents and visitors of Summit County. Find out when and where to catch the bus around town. Park the car with our FREE and pay parking lots options below. Just get here already!
I70 can be a headache to travel on in the winter season. Click here for travel tips and read below for the best way to get to and around Copper Mountain.
6am − 11pm, 7 Days a Week (November 7th, 2014 − April 19th, 2015)
Dining in East Village, but staying in West? Legs too tired after your Snow Day to walk to your condo? Call the Copper Coach at 970-368-2002 for FREE and convenient transport to and from all areas of the Copper Community. Copper Coach runs 8:30am to 11:00pm. Please call 15 to 20 minutes prior to the desired pick-up time, and to verify availability.
The purpose of the Summit Stage is to provide FREE scheduled public transportation and ADA paratransit service for residents and visitors to Summit County. Bus service is available to most ski areas, shopping centers, medical centers, and some residential areas in Summit County. Come in and take a look around to see what the Summit Stage has to offer you! The current Summit Stage schedule is also posted at each Stage stop.
To find the bus routes and stop times for your destination, Click Here.
Free Parking is available 7 days a week in the Alpine & Far East Lots*. From I-70 merge onto CO-91 S via EXIT 195 toward COPPER MTN/LEADVILLE. Proceed past Copper Road on CO-91 & follow signage for the Alpine or Far East Parking lots.
Pay Parking is availble in B-Lot, Beeler, Chapel, Copper Circle, Triple Treat, Union Creek and Wheeler Lots. Prices range from $5 - $40/ day based on location.
* No overnight parking without a permit.
The Front Range Ski Bus will be running trips to Copper Mountain Saturdays and Sundays starting on December 6th. In mid-December they will begin running trips to Copper Mountain Thursday through Sunday and they will have a designated bus heading to Copper Mountain for the 2014/15 season.
Instead of dealing with traffic both up to and back from your favorite runs, let us drive. Enjoy the scenery on the way up, or read a book. Talk with your friends about your epic day on the way back, or take a nap. Leave the I-70 nightmare up to us, and give your brain and body a chance to relax. Click here for more info!
The FreeRide electric car service will temporarily be available from November 22nd to 25th and will run on a regular basis starting December 22nd for the 2012/2013 season. FreeRide hours are daily, from 8:30AM to 11:00AM and then again from 3:00PM to 5:30PM. The FreeRide driver can be contacted during those hours at 970 556-8687.
The FreeRide offers rides between the inner parking lots and the Center Village. Initial focus is for families with small children or anyone struggling with their gear or the elevation. Most of the rides are spontaneous but guests may schedule a pick up during operating hours by calling the above number. The car holds 5 people and their equipment.
The FreeRide's range is typically from The Schoolhouse at Union Creek to the Chapel Lot. The car does not go to Lewis Ranch or to the Alpine and Far East parking lots.
Please Click Here for more information on getting here.
Summit Express is Copper Mountain's official ground transportation provider, offering direct shuttle rides from DIA to Copper. Ground transportation shuttle transfers from Denver International Airport can be reserved through the Copper Mountain call center at 888.219.2441 or Click here to Book Now!
Copper Mountain has two lots for guests who choose to carpool.
Chapel Lot requires a minimum of four licensed adults per vehicle. Blackout dates are from 12/24/13 to 1/5/14.
Triple Treat requires a minimum of three licensed adults or more per vehicle. Please note that there are no services (buses, etc.) from this lot and a Season Pass or valid lift ticket must be presented when you arrive. There are no blackout dates for Triple Treat.