Copper Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

Copper Mountain, CO  US
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Copper Mountain Terrain

Copper has great skiing and riding for all ability levels with its naturally divided terrain. Starting from the west-side of the resort moving east the terrain gets increasingly more difficult, with expert terrain located above and in the back bowls. In addition, Copper’s free snowcat rides to legendary Tucker Mountain are the essence of skiing and riding liberty: catching a free ride, choosing your own line and never wiping the smile off your face.

The resort consists of not only an incredible mountain, but multiple villages, hundreds of buildings and a million other tangible, moving pieces. Copper is, and always has been, bigger than the tangible. Copper is about people. It’s about spirit. It’s about attitude, passion, heart, guest loyalty and financial strength. It’s about a place that provides a true connection to nature, adventure, the mountain, the community and the mountain lifestyle, void of any pretense.

Copper Mountain Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 1
Tarrain Parks: 5

Woodward at Copper is the first indoor/outdoor ski and snowboard camp on the planet with a focus on terrain park and pipe progression. The 20,000 sq ft Woodward at Copper Barn gives campers access to Skatelite® surface jumps with Park Skis and Snowboards provided by Burton Snowboards, foam pits, a spring floor, fly-bed trampolines and indoor skateboard features.

Copper Mountain Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain Lifts Season/Hours
Summit 12,313 Ft / 3,753 M
Base 9,712 Ft / 2,960 M
Vertical 2,601 Ft / 793 M
Acres 2,465 Ac / 998 Hc
Annual Snow 279" / 709cm
Snowmaking 16%
Longest Run: 14,784 Ft / 4,506 M
Toughest Trail Patrol Chute
Trails: 140
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? Yes
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? Yes
High-Speed 6: 1
6 Person: 0
High-Speed 5: 0
5 Person: 0
High-Speed 4: 4
Quads: 0
Triples: 5
Doubles: 5
Surface: 7
Gondolas: 0
Other: 0
Capacity (per hr): 32324
From 11/1/2013 to 4/20/2014
Sunday: 8:30-4
Monday: 9-4
Tuesday: 9-4
Wednesday: 9-4
Thursday: 9-4
Friday: 9-4
Saturday: 8:30-4

What's New This Season at Copper Mountain

In recent years, Copper Mountain has invested over $15 million in mountain operations to ensure the best quality product no matter what time of year you visit. This winter, Copper welcomes the new Alpine Rush Zip Line that soars 30 feet above the West Lake Ice Skating Rink.

Like nothing else in the world, Woodward at Copper is a year round ski and snowboard training camp dedicated to park and pipe progression, providing a safe and fun learning environment for all levels of park and pipe riders and skiers through established progressive training techniques. The 20,000 sq ft Woodward at Copper Barn gives campers access to Snowflex® jumps, foam pits, a spring floor, trampolines and indoor skateboard features.

Information last updated 10/09/2013.