Make a getaway to the Rocky Mountains and fill your summer with adventure with great deals on lodging and activities at Copper Mountain. Copper’s high-alpine playground opens for summer June 11 with an action-packed lineup of activities and events to excite the athlete in all who visit through Sept. 26.
With accommodations available as low as $103 per night and endless adventure for all, those seeking a mountain escape can stay and play at Copper Mountain all summer long.
Beginning June 11, hikers can reach their peak on Copper’s high-alpine hiking trails that traverse the mountainside and ascend to elevations of 10,000 feet. Take in vistas of the surrounding Ten Mile range and snowcapped peaks with a scenic chairlift ride up the Woodward Express lift. Bikers can pedal the peaks and cruise through the trees on Copper’s network of mountain biking trails, which feature progressive options for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders. The Woodward Express will be available for bike haul June 11, with access to A-Road and Fawntastic. More mountain bike trails will open each week as conditions allow. Returning this season is access to scenic chairlift rides and mountain bike hauls on the American Eagle, which will open to public July 2.
Family fun is no small feat, and with activities like the Rocky Mountain Coaster and the Woodward WreckTangle, visitors will have plenty of options for the kids and the kids at heart. Village activities like go-karts, the climbing wall, ziplining and bumper boats on West Lake will also make their return to Copper this summer and will operate daily.
Enjoy a full day of summer fun at Copper Mountain with a Copper Activity Day Pass. For $79, the Activity Day Pass includes unlimited scenic chairlift rides, climbing wall ascents, two runs through the Woodward WreckTangle, a ride on the Rocky Mountain Coaster and more. A family of four can save more with purchase of a Family Activity Day Pass available for a discounted rate of $249.
When booked in conjunction with an overnight stay at Copper Mountain, guests save even more on a family day pass and individual day passes to explore the resort’s village and mountain activities.
Summer Programming and Events
Copper Mountain guests are invited to join in on the new community-focused programs happening weekly around the resort. On Wednesday nights, enjoy a 5k Resort Run with a group of fellow trail and road runners of all ages and abilities. On Fridays, meet up with local cyclists and cruise to Copper, where a cold beer and live music await as part of Bikes, Brews & Tunes presented by 10 Barrel. Center Pose Yoga presented by Subaru is a great way to get energized for the weekend while taking in the sights and sounds of the mountain village.
Hikers can learn about the mountain environment on Sunday mornings during Hike With A Ranger, with donations benefiting the Friends of the Dillon Ranger District. Those looking to make the most of their Sunday afternoons should check out Downhill to Duke’s presented by Red Bull which includes lapping the lift-served mountain bike trails before meeting at Downhill Duke’s for Red Bull drink specials and occasional giveaways. Hike With a Ranger and Downhill to Duke’s will meetup weekly throughout the summer beginning July 4.
Copper welcomes back events this summer season with a lively weekend planned for the Fourth of July. Kick off the weekend with the 10 Barrel Beer Pairing dinner on Friday night, then work it off by heading up the mountain to 10 Barrel Backcountry Brew Pub on Saturday. Hike, bike or ride the chairlift to the pop-up location and reward the effort with a free drink, food, lawn games and more. Copper offers plenty of ways to stay active throughout the holiday weekend before the free live performance from Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe on Sunday, July 4 at 2 p.m. in Center Village.
Mountainside accommodations at Copper Mountain are available for as low as $103 per night. The brand-new Element 29 hotel’s central location and oversized patio and jacuzzi area make it the ultimate basecamp, and nightly rates start at just $159. To learn more about Copper Mountain’s Stay & Play lodging offer and to book, visit CopperColorado.com.