Welcome to Copper Mountain
This romantic mountain retreat offers skiing, golf, and more.
Located in Summit County, about 75 miles west of Denver, this resort town offers 2,465 acres of ski terrain and is composed of three pedestrian-friendly village areas. Together they provide a vibrant atmosphere for lodging, retail, restaurants, bars, and family activities.
There’s world-class skiing here during the winter and hiking and biking in the summer. Many casual restaurants dot this mountain town, and the area is locally famous for its Country Music Festival and annual Bike Tour.
What to Love
- Small town vibe surrounded by big-city amenities
- Pedestrian-friendly villages filled with lots of retail and restaurants
- World-class skiing in the winter; festivals and events in the summer
People & Lifestyle
With a population of only 465 full-time residents, this small town is secluded and centered on community. Many residents here work in the surrounding ski resorts and share an appreciation for mountain life.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
Several casual mountainside restaurants dominate the dining landscape in Copper Mountain. Local favorites include The Eagle BBQ at Copper Mountain, which serves BBQ and burgers and features Copper Mountain’s first full oxygen bar to alleviate altitude sickness.
At JJ’s Rocky Mountain Tavern, you’ll find American fare and live music as well as Downhill Dukes, which offers a south-facing patio and mountain backdrop where many skiers relax with a cold beverage.
Things to Do
Copper Mountain is locally famous for its Copper Country Music Festival
, a Labor Day concert that brings at least a dozen different country musicians to the mountains. The Copper Triangle Bike Ride
is Colorado's largest annual cycling tour that crests three Colorado mountain passes: Fremont Pass, Tennessee Pass, and Vail Pass. The route incorporates three ski areas and showcases historic mining outposts.
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