Just within resort boundaries, there are so many things to do in Copper Mountain that you will want to visit more than once. And that’s why there are (nearly) a million reasons why Copper and its three villages are favorites of both Denver and Front Range residents (those living north from Denver to Greeley or south from Denver to Pueblo). Beyond easy access, the fact that Copper Mountain things to do encompass every season makes the resort ultimately appealing. In winter, most people gravitate toward skiing and snowboarding, made easier by the fact that Copper Mountain’s terrain is divided naturally into trails and runs for beginners, intermediate and advanced athletes. This single characteristic means that those just starting to ski won’t be overwhelmed by experts whizzing past. It also provides a natural progression for athletes of any ability looking to improve. For the advanced skier or rider, the first-come, first-serve free (!) CAT-driven access to the mountain’s above tree-line trails and bowls literally top off a day of non-stop fun. Summers present Copper Mountain things to do for daredevils, kids and those seeking more leisurely pursuits. Scenic chair lift rides that provide amazing views and access to wildflower fields and more ambitious hikes can be combined with a soaring zip line adventures and disc and mini-golf, among other activities.
Base-Level Things To Do in Copper Mountain
There are also plenty of things to do in Copper Mountain off the ski hills. At the base of the mountain and among the resorts’ three villages, Copper Mountain things to do can be relaxing, rejuvenating and remarkable. If you’re looking to remain active, the athletic club features a 25-yard pool, hot tub, saunas and steam rooms as well as a weight room and Cardio Center. You can also up your game on the racquet ball courts. The Copper Mountain Spa offers several kinds of massage as well as facials designed to care for your skin at high altitude conditions.