Situated just 75 miles west of Denver, Colorado, Copper Mountain offers an authentic mountain experience that sparks adventure, fuels ambition, and fosters progression. In the winter, Copper's top-notch naturally divided terrain opens up more than 2,500 acres of high alpine adventure for skiers and riders. During the summer, the mountain transforms into an untouched playground for hikers, mountain bikers, and outdoor enthusiasts. Three centrally located pedestrian villages create a lively atmosphere with slope-side lodging, dining, shopping, and various activities. Home to Woodward Copper and the U.S. Ski Team Speed Center, Copper Mountain facilitates year-round training for athletes of every skill level. As part of the POWDR Adventure Lifestyle Co. portfolio and an Ikon Pass partner, Copper Mountain embodies the philosophy of POWDR, a family-owned adventure lifestyle company that believes there's nothing better for the soul than spending time with loved ones while doing the things you love.
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Copper Mountain Faqs
Copper Mountain is located in Summit County, Colorado, approximately 75 miles (121 kilometers) west of Denver. The nearest major airport is Denver International Airport (DEN). From the airport, you can rent a car, take a shuttle, or use other transportation options to reach Copper Mountain.
If you’re driving from Denver, take Interstate 70 West. The drive typically takes about 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on traffic and weather conditions.
Various shuttle services operate between Denver International Airport (DEN) and Copper Mountain. These services provide convenient transportation directly to the resort.
Summit County offers public bus services, including the Summit Stage, which is a free bus system. You can take the bus to Copper Mountain from different locations within Summit County. Find out more
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