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Copper Mountain is but another one of Colorado's best in terms of great snowboarding experience. Positioned among famous resorts Breckenridge and Vail, this place puts itself among the finest in the scene. Its terrains are perfectly divided by nature to cater to snowboarders looking for different kinds of kick while maintaining its family-friendly vibe. So for people looking for a place to practice riding, to pick up new freestyle tricks, or to ride roughly above the treeline, this is the place to go.
Copper boasts a total of 2,490 acres of terrain, the largest in Summit County. To reach the place, visitors from Denver International Airport can catch Copper's transportation provider, the Summit Express. Car rentals and SUVs are also available for those who want to avoid the crowd. People already in Summit County can get a free ride on the Summit Stage bus. Big discounts are waiting for early birds who purchased passes in advance, so buying tickets a day or two would be a great save for time and money. Riders planning to enjoy the whole season can avail of the reloadable Copper Card, a convenient way to buy tickets without spoiling the fun. Copper is a place for everyone with its terrain 21% beginner, 25% intermediate, 36% advanced, and 18% expert. From the entrance, luxurious townhomes and apartments can be seen in East Village, painting a picture of a perfect holiday. Most of the resort's facilities and events, as well as dining destinations, are in Center Village. On the other hand, aspiring snowboarders can up their game in West Village’s Ski and Ride School or be trained by professionals in Woodward Copper.
Exploring Copper is made easier with the use of its chairlifts, 24 in total. Since lots of greens are accessible from West Village, novice snowboarders can make use of the Kokomo High-Speed Quad. Beginner-friendly grounds at Fairway are waiting for them and, if looking for more length, Roundabout is the perfect track. Intermediate terrains are spread all over the mountain and can be easily accessible from Center Village through American Eagle and American Flyer. A specific place is waiting for people anything but faint-hearted. Black runs are abundant on the east side of the resort, with exciting bowls and moguls waiting for some snow action.