Copper Mountain is located in Summit County, Colorado, about 75 miles west of
Denver on Interstate 70 base of Vail Pass. A favorite of Denver skiers, Copper
Mountain offers a variety of skiing options including Copper Bowl,Union Bowl
Spaulding Bowl, and Resolution Bowl. Copper Mountain Ski Resort has 2,433 acres
of in-bounds terrain, 22 ski lifts and 125 trails for skiers of all abilities.
Frisco, eight miles east of Copper Mountain, is the closest town to the Village
at Copper. Silverthorne is twelve miles east the mountain. Copper Mountain is
twenty miles from Vail and five miles east of Vail Pass. Breckenridge Ski Resort,
Beaver Creek Resort, Keystone Resort, and Arapahoe Basin also lie within Summit
In February, 2009, Woodward Camp opened a ski and snowboard training facility
dedicated to terrain park and pipe progression. The 20,000-square-foot indoor
facility features a Snowflex big air jump to a 55' long foam pit as well as a
Snowflex slope with rails and boxes that end in a quarterpipe. The facility
also features fly bed trampolines, a tumble track, skate bowls, mini-ramps, and
a spring floor all dedicated to terrain park and pipe progression.
The lodging, dining, and entertainment facilities at Copper Mountain are divided
into three villages: East Village, The Village at Copper (AKA Center Village)
and Union Creek. The Village at Copper - AKA Center Village is the main village
at Copper Mountain. The American Eagle and American Flyer high speed quads provide
mountain access out to the west, central, and east sides. The East Village. East
Village provides access to primarily expert terrain on the northeast face of
Copper Mountain. The East Village has the Super Bee high speed six pack coming
for its mountain access and a brand new restaurant, bar, cafeteria, and base area.