- Redfeather Snowshoe Tours provide complimentary snowshoes and poles for guided hikes.
- There are four lanes to choose from at the Coca-Cola Tubing Hill.
- Sleigh Rides are a quiet way to get close to the horses and the forest environment of the resort.
- Snowmobiling through the resort's terrain leads to hidden powder fields and incredible views.
While Copper Mountain skiing may be the single greatest attraction for visitors, Copper is far from being a single-activity mountain. There are options for everyone, skiers and non-skiers alike.
In Copper Mountain, Colorado, skiing is the historical king. There are trails for everyone, whether just learning or heading straight out to the bowls. For anyone who has the chance, skiing Copper Mountain is a genuine treat.
The younger cousin of skiing, snowboarding has a strong foothold at Copper Mountain. The Catalyst Terrain Park was named one of the top ten terrain parks in North America by TransWorld Snowboarding.
In addition, Woodward at Copper is a unique indoor/outdoor facility for taking your skills to the next level. Snowflex surfaces and foam pits provide a safe environment for instruction. Courses are offered year-long to teach anyone looking to improve their ability to tackle terrain parks.
Cross Country Skiing
Fifteen miles of trails are available to explore on cross country skis. Head up to Union Creek for some trail-breaking fun, or out to the golf course for well-maintained, groomed trails.
Copper has recently opened the Coca-Cola Tubing Hill at the base of the Super Bee Lift. Four different lanes with different speeds and slopes mean kids and adults alike enjoy the feeling of sliding over the snow, hooked together in a “train” as they head down the hill, only to hop on the lift that takes them back up to try it all over again.
Located in the Village at Copper, West Lake is the site of kids' rosy cheeks and smiling faces as they try to navigate the ice and stay on their skates. Couples appreciate the winter nights together as they take a few laps around the pond before heading into one of the restaurants to have a cup of hot chocolate to warm up.
Copper Mountain hosts free snowshoe tours through the pine and spruce forests of the resort on a daily basis. Redfeather Snowshoe Tours provide complimentary snowshoes and poles for a tour lead by a Resort Ambassador.
This popular activity will take you through some backcountry powder and up to ridges with fantastic viewpoints, so don't forget your camera.
There are a variety of options for sleigh rides, including dinner or dessert rides for all ages. Try the Triple Threat Sleigh Ride, including hot chocolate, s'mores, music and pictures with the horses.
S'mores by the Fire Pit
Melted chocolate, roasted marshmallows and graham crackers over an open fire are any kid's dream, available in the Village at Copper by the Fire Pit.