With current concerns over public health, activities at Copper may be a bit different than previous years. In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, Copper has decided not to facilitate all of the same activities that it has in the past. Please refer to Copper Mountain's Website for the most up-to-date information regarding activities.
Located at Copper Mountain, the Rocky Mountain Coaster is 5,800 feet long, making it one of the longest in North America. It descends 430 vertical feet on an average grade of 10.9%! The coaster runs in both the summer and the winter months, allowing adventure seekers to enjoy no matter what time of year they visit. Click here for more information on Copper Mountain's website.
During the Summer months, companies such as Mountain View Sports, Alpine Sports Rental, and Pioneer Sports provide bike rentals in coincidence with shuttle service to the top of Vail Pass. Take in the beautiful scenery of the Ten Mile Range and the Gore Range while coasting on a paved bike path to Frisco or beyond at your own pace.
Take a load off and take in the sites of the High Rockies. Copper Mountain offers Scenic Chairlift rides on the Woodward Express out of West Village. Once at the top, you're free to hop off and explore the trails or stay on the lift and ride straight back down. Click here for mroe information from the Copper Mountain website.
Every Saturday night Copper Mountain hosts a campfire in Center Village. Weather permitting, Copper also lights off fireworks at dusk above West Lake. Click here for more information from the Copper Mountain Website.
In the mood for apres? Summit County is in no shortage of hop flavored options to quench your thirst. Some of the local favorites include Outer Range Brewing in Frisco, Angry James in Silverthorne, Dillon Dam Brewery in Dillon, and Highside Brewing in Frisco.
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