Copper Mountain Visitor Information

Copper Mountain Weather Information:
 
Copper is in the mountains which means weather changes often! Bring several layers to accommodate a wide range of temperatures and climate conditions (rain or shine). To track weather updates on the mountain use the following link: Copper Mountain Weather
 
Average temperatures for June 22-26:
 
Average Low: 35 F
Average High: 70 F
Average rain fall/day: 0.04”
 
Things to do in Copper
 
Enjoy free Chairlift rides on the American Eagle Chairlift, everyday 10am- 4pm, weather permitting.
 
Take your bike on the chairlift up and bike down. There is epic mountain biking (some of the best in the world) at Copper. $20 everyday 10am-4pm weather permitting.
 
Hiking trails abound. Go from your hotel room to beautiful hiking trails without ever getting in a car!
 
Rent a Diggler scooter to cruise around the Village.
 
Copper boasts many activities for use by all Summit attendees: Go-karting at Summit County’s only go-kart track, Mini Golf, Bumber Boats, Hydro Bike rentals, Bungee Jumping, Kids Carousel, Rock Climbing on the second largest outdoor climbing wall in Colorado, Zip-Lining, Shopping, Disc Golf, and Golfing and golf lessons at Copper Creek Course. For more information about activities at Copper use the following link: Copper Mountain Activities
 
The Copper Mountain Spa offers a wide variety of services along with access to the pool, weight room, cardio equipment, hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms on the same day of the service. Services can be booked here: Copper Mountain Spa
 
29+ Restaurants and Pubs found onsite!
 
You are in the heart of beautiful Summit County and the Rocky Mountains! just a few minutes’ drive from Silverthorne, Breckenridge, Keystone, Dillon, Heeney, and Blue River. To find out more information about activities and attractions around Summit County click here: Summit County
 
Copper Mountain is committed to the Environment. As a part of Copper Mountain’s Green Initiatives, the resort has installed several high-efficiency water re-fill stations in efforts towards becoming 100% free of plastic bottles. Fortunately, Summit participants are getting complimentary/ reusable Water Bottles. They are also working on a hydroelectric project that will supply 1.1 KW hours of energy per year – enough energy to power five detachable quad chairlifts. For more information on this topic, guests can visit the following link: Copper Mountain Environmental Commitment
 
Need more information about where things are, view the Copper Mountain Village Map

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