Copper Mountain

Overview

Terrific terrain, with the convenience of a purpose built resort, this Intrawest (the name behind Whistler) resort has been built in a sympathetic mountain style and the quality of accommodation is very high. The terrain offers suitable runs for all levels.

Positive

  • Convenient skiing
  • Very little queuing
  • Good mixed ability resort

Negative

  • Poor mountain restaurants
  • Can be busy at weekends

Offslope/apres ski

For sports minded nonskiers there is quite a lot to do in Copper Mountain with a large swimming pool snow tubing, snowmobiling and ice skating. The après ski is quite lively with a large selection of bars and live music venues.

Our View

Reliable snow, excellent mixed ability resort, 2 hrs from Denver.

At a glance

Chalets:
0
Hotel & Apartments:
1
Pistes:
2450 acres
Resort height:
2955m
Top station:
3750m

Suitability

Experts:
4 stars
Intermediates:
4 stars
Beginners:
4 stars
Non-Skiers:
3 stars
Scenery:
3 stars
Resort charm:
2 stars
Nightlife:
3 stars