Copper Mountain

Welcome to Copper Mountain

A family-friendly ski resort community

Copper Mountain is located west of Denver, tucked in the Rocky Mountains. This stunning ski resort is filled with adventure and adrenaline all year round. Known as one of the best ski resorts in the world, people travel from all over to visit Copper Mountain to enjoy mountain activities. In the winter, skiing and snowboarding rule supreme, with challenging trails, a creative terrain park, and backcountry routes through the alpine forest. There are also tons of activities for the entire family to enjoy, such as a snow maze, tubing, and sledding hills.

Living at Copper Mountain brings the best of your favorite mountain vacation to your daily life. Plenty of ski-in/ski-out properties are available, making getting to the lift a breeze. These condominium and townhome properties have the most luxurious, modern amenities and easy access to all of the services and facilities at Copper Mountain.

What to Love

  • Ski-in/Ski-out properties
  • Resort style living
  • Stunning views
  • Ample activities year-round

Local Lifestyle

Copper Mountain is the best of resort-style living. It’s luxurious and modern, with ample activities to do year-round. Residents here love to enjoy the outdoors and appreciate the excitement of living in the mountains. Skiing and snowboarding are the top choices in winter, but there are also many ways to enjoy the mountains in summer. Copper Mountain offers a host of activities, from climbing to alpine coasters to jump gyms and more.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Copper Mountain has a variety of high-end restaurants on site. Downhill Duke’s in Center Village is the perfect spot to grab lunch or an apres ski after hitting the slopes. Duke's offers a patio with mountain views and roaring outdoor fireplaces. They serve Colorado craft beer, cocktails, lunch, and small plates.

High Rockies Whiskey and Wine Bar is another great option for apres skiing and later into the evening. The bar specializes in a wide range of whiskey and wine offerings paired with live music and entertainment.

Colorado is famous for its barbeque and smokehouse culture, and Copper Mountain does not disappoint. Eagle BBQ serves award-winning barbeque and meats, including smoked pork, sliced brisket, and St. Louis pork ribs. Eagle BBQ is a local favorite for delicious meats, great craft beers, and friendly service.

Ten Mile Tavern is another great option for lunch, dinner, or simply apres ski. An outdoor patio complements an eclectic interior and cozy ambiance. The bar serves cocktails, craft beers, and a delicious American menu.

Things to Do

Copper Mountain Resort has many activities for residents to enjoy in all seasons. With 140 downhill trails, an alpine coaster, and miles of cross-country skiing terrain, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. The resort also offers winter activities like a snow maze, tubing, and sledding. In the summer, climbing walls, trampoline parks, scenic gondola rides, and plenty of hiking trails provide entertainment. The resort is also home to a variety of events and entertainment all year round.

The Colorado BBQ Challenge is one of the longest-running barbeque challenges in Colorado and brings barbecue experts and enthusiasts from all over to Copper Mountain. The weekend is filled with delicious food, great company, and fun athletic activities on the mountain.

Each winter, the famous Winter Dew Tour at Copper Mountain returns. In this exciting event, skiers and snowboarders from around the world come to Copper Mountain to compete and show off their skills on challenging downhill trails and towering halfpipes.

Woodward Copper is a family-friendly indoor adventure center filled with exciting activities, like foam jump pits, Olympic trampolines, indoor skiing, snowboarding training, and a skatepark.

One of the best ways to enjoy the Colorado sunshine is with a day of golf on the Copper Creek Golf Course. This course features 14 holes, stunning scenery, and beautiful landscaping.


Overview for Copper Mountain, CO

348 people live in Copper Mountain, where the median age is 57.1 and the average individual income is $54,490. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

57.1 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Copper Mountain, CO

Copper Mountain has 195 households, with an average household size of 1.54. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Copper Mountain do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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59.2 / 40.8%

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  • Less Than 9th Grade
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  • Associate Degree
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