by Doug Blake
Summertime in the Rockies can’t be beat. Visitors from far and near head to Copper Mountain to experience natural beauty, endless adventure, and a slowed down pace that is mountain time. Whether you’ve booked your weekend around a specific event, planned adventure, or for some unscheduled exploration, Copper is ready to make your day(s) perfect.
by Lu Snyder
Ask an avid Summit County skier or snowboarder their favorite season and the answer is often an emphatic “winter.” Not so for Noah Schwander. Though he loves to ski, Schwander prefers warm weather over cold, which is why he loves summer at Copper: he can ski every day of Summit County’s warmest months.
By Lisa Blake
Summer in the mountains is a brilliant time filled with sunny, bluebird skies and bottomless adventures. We’ve put together a few tips and ideas to help build your Copper Mountain summer bucket list.
Weekly Fun + Events
by Courtney Wilson
It’s almost that time, you’ve already saved your spot and ready to head to Copper. Woodward Summer Camp has begun, but what can you expect? A week full action and fun you know you’ll have, but what about the logistics?
Did you know Copper is open during the summer? If not, it’s time to come check it out. If you’re not sure what the resort has to offer on any given summer day, take some hints from this itinerary and you won’t go wrong.
By Doug Blake
Don’t let the melted snow put a stop to your mountain adventure at Copper Mountain. Summer is the perfect time to buckle in and point your feet down hill on one of North America’s longest mountain coasters. The Rocky Mountain Coaster will quickly become your new gateway to thrills at Copper no matter what the season.
by Tracy Greenhalgh
You skied and boarded all season long while the fluffy white stuff covered the mountain. Now that you’ve packed up your powder jackets and long underwear it’s time to experience Copper’s summertime playground. Summer’s balmy 70 degree daily temps will lure you to escape the city’s heat and bustle to enjoy a cascade of exciting activities on the mountain.
3 villages & endless experiences - all within a one-mile walk
by Sally Francklyn
When I walked in to have lunch this past season, I saw a sign that listed the gluten-free and vegetarian options in Jack’s at the base of the American Eagle. Even the ski resorts are trying to cater to those eaters! Whether you’ve chosen to eat this way or your body feels better if you do, have no fear—even Copper Mountain has some restaurants with offerings you can choose from. As the ski season comes to a close, you’re probably wondering if they’re open during the summer.