Copper Mountain Real Estate Information

Copper Mountain is a majestic, snow-capped mountain situated in Summit County, Colorado. Copper Mountain includes a ski resort, a number of natural attractions, and a small settlement, which goes by the same name as the mountain itself. Copper Mountain is accessible via Interstate Seventy, and is approximately seventy five miles distant from the state capital of Denver. Copper Mountain is home to a widely varying range of terrain and sites, and is owned by the company known as Intrawest. Copper Mountain has its highest peak at more than twelve thousand three hundred feet, and has a base at roughly nine thousand seven hundred feet above sea level. Copper Mountain encompasses slightly more than two thousand four hundred skiable acres, making it a prime destination for skiers throughout the state and country.

The closest city to Copper Mountain is Frisco, which is also located in Summit County in the central portion of the state of Colorado. Copper Mountain Ski Resort is the biggest ski resort in the county, and is home to a total of one hundred and twenty five ski runs. Copper Mountain is subdivided into three villages – Union Creek, Center Village/The Village at Copper, and East Village – all of which offer a wide selection of accommodations, shopping, and dining. Center Village is best known for being the most developed, East Village is noted for challenging ski slopes, and West Village is noted for having beginner friendly ski slopes.

Copper Mountain is home to more than twenty ski lifts, and has a vertical expanse of more than two thousand six hundred feet. More than sixty million dollars were recently invested in the facilities of Copper Mountain, ensuring that top notch technology, such as a high speed chair lift, are available to skiers. Copper Mountain has plenty of things to do during the summer months as well, including such popular activities as go-karting, mini-golf, boating, hiking, and cycling. During the winter, Copper Mountain offers not only all different types of skiing but also snow-tubing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, dogsledding, and even sleigh rides.