Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain began as a gold mining village during the Gold Rush days. Today, it is best known as a world-class ski resort, with 150-plus trails covering 2,465 skiable acres offering everything from family-friendly cruisers to spectacular expert runs. In the summer months, guests can fish the Gold Medal waters of the Blue River and explore epic hiking and biking along many mountain passes. You can even sail 9,200 feet above sea level on nearby Lake Dillon!

Due to high visitation and staffing constraints, local area offerings such as restaurants, bars, shopping, and shared amenities may have limited hours or availability. Cell phone and internet service may also be impacted during high visitation periods.

Please be advised that during the warm-weather seasons, municipalities and local homeowners are investing in infrastructure, construction and improvements that provide the best quality of life for local residents and visitors alike. Remember as you arrive at your travel destinations that any construction, traffic delays, or unanticipated noise is for the betterment of the community including increasing local amenities, improving beach and ski areas, and supporting the local economy.

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Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain began as a gold mining village during the Gold Rush days. Today, it is best known as a world-class ski resort, with 150-plus trails covering 2,465 skiable acres offering everything from family-friendly cruisers to spectacular expert runs. In the summer months, guests can fish the Gold Medal waters of the Blue River and explore epic hiking and biking along many mountain passes. You can even sail 9,200 feet above sea level on nearby Lake Dillon!

Due to high visitation and staffing constraints, local area offerings such as restaurants, bars, shopping, and shared amenities may have limited hours or availability. Cell phone and internet service may also be impacted during high visitation periods.

Please be advised that during the warm-weather seasons, municipalities and local homeowners are investing in infrastructure, construction and improvements that provide the best quality of life for local residents and visitors alike. Remember as you arrive at your travel destinations that any construction, traffic delays, or unanticipated noise is for the betterment of the community including increasing local amenities, improving beach and ski areas, and supporting the local economy.

Copper Mountain
Kokomo Lodge
Sleeps 20
From $1200 / night To $3900 / night
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