Quality Eats

by Tracy Block

Summer adventures in the mountains call for sustenance – and we’re talking more than your favorite granola, trail mix and jerky snacks! Now that Copper Mountain is open for its summer activities programming, you can rest assured in knowing there are quality meal options ready to serve up at the base! From biking and hiking to ziplining and go-karting, make sure to pencil in a good, hearty meal after you get your fill of fresh air and adrenaline. Not sure where to get your grub on?

Family Destination: 7 things your family can do at Copper this summer

by Lu Snyder


What makes a great family vacation? You can’t predict family dynamics, but the place you choose for your destination can increase your chance of success. Whether you’re getting away for a week or a weekend, Copper’s list of family activities is sure to send you home with a collection of happy memories.

Family fun

Copper Kids Day Camp

During the summer, kids are let out of school and ready to enjoy summer. Summer camps are a staple of any summer vacation and there is a special one happening in Colorado. Utilizing integrative programming, the Copper Mountain Kids Day Camp is one of a kind. 

Copper Kids Day camp is for children ages 5 - 8 years old. Camps run weekly through August 16th, Monday to Friday. Fun starts each morning at 8:00am and ends at 5:30pm just in time for dinner! 

Why Book With Copper

As temperatures soar, winter may be the last thing on your mind. Believe it or not though, this is the best time of year to book your winter vacation because you’ll find the best deals. While you looking into your options, let us explain not only why Copper is your ultimate winter destination but why booking directly with us will not only elevate your experience but make your stay as seamless as possible.

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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