Located 75 miles from Denver, Copper Mountain is known for its long list of activities that appeal to all interests. Winter attracts hardcore skiers and snowboarders to Woodward at Copper while spring and summer bring the golfers and families who come out for special events such as the Copper Triangle Bicycle Tour, Village Art Walk and Saturday Concert Series.
Copper Mountain things to do
Woodward at Copper
Year-round, the indoor/outdoor ski and snowboarding camp, Woodward at Copper, offers programs in snowboarding, skiing, skateboarding and cheerleading and features a 19,400 square foot indoor playground in the form of the Barn with its Snowflex jumps, skate ramps and more. Other highlights on the premises are Go-Karts, a Bungee jumps and bumper boats.
Coca-Cola Tubing Hill
The Coca-Cola Tubing Hill inspires people to say “Whee.” Situated in the East Village at the base of the Super Bee Lift, the attraction offers one-hour tubing sessions starting on the hour. Rates vary by season.
Free Your Mountain Programs
Copper Mountain offers visitors a variety of convenient services to enhance the experience. Highlights include Snowcat Access, the SECRET! Pass offering a dedicated lift line, the free Kids' Night Out childcare service, complimentary Copper Free Ride shuttle and entertainment in the form of En Fuego, which includes a torchlight parade, bonfire and fireworks.
Perfect for children ages six and under, Critterland encourages youngsters to play outside in the snow with its Ductopus Tubing Carousel, Critter Crooked House, Squeal Hill and the Bearilla Den Play area.
Free Mountain Orientation Tours
Visitors who want a lay of the land can meet with resort ambassadors as part of the Free Mountain Orientation Tours. Offer twice daily, the experience provides insight into Copper Mountain's history, wildlife, geography and zones. Participants must be able to ski/ride “blue” runs in a comfortable and controlled manner and be 15 or older.