Three Must Do Hikes Near Copper

While Copper Mountain is your homebase for food, drink, and fun activities, we realize that you have to get out into nature for the best views. Luckily, Copper Mountain has several scenic hikes nearby. Before you head out, make sure that you are fed, hydrated, and have all the tools that you will need on the trail. This includes up to 3 liters of water, plenty of snacks, hiking boots or study footwear and several layers to be prepared for rapidly changing weather.

Win the Weekend: Tips for High Country Success

by Doug Blake

Summertime in the Rockies can’t be beat.  Visitors from far and near head to Copper Mountain to experience natural beauty, endless adventure, and a slowed down pace that is mountain time.  Whether you’ve booked your weekend around a specific event, planned adventure, or for some unscheduled exploration, Copper is ready to make your day(s) perfect.

Meet Noah Schwander

by Lu Snyder

 

Ask an avid Summit County skier or snowboarder their favorite season and the answer is often an emphatic “winter.” Not so for Noah Schwander. Though he loves to ski, Schwander prefers warm weather over cold, which is why he loves summer at Copper: he can ski every day of Summit County’s warmest months.

Noah rakes in Central Park

Your Copper Summer Checklist

By Lisa Blake

 

Summer in the mountains is a brilliant time filled with sunny, bluebird skies and bottomless adventures. We’ve put together a few tips and ideas to help build your Copper Mountain summer bucket list.

 

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A Look Ahead To Copper’s Summer Adventure Playground

by Tracy Greenhalgh

You skied and boarded all season long while the fluffy white stuff covered the mountain. Now that you’ve packed up your powder jackets and long underwear it’s time to experience Copper’s summertime playground. Summer’s balmy 70 degree daily temps will lure you to escape the city’s heat and bustle to enjoy a cascade of exciting activities on the mountain.

 

3 villages & endless experiences - all within a one-mile walk