In both the winter and summer seasons, there is plenty to do around Copper Mountain and in the village. From jumping on the trampolines at the Woodward Barn or going tubing with the whole family, there’s something for everyone. Check out which events are coming to Copper Mountain by keeping up to date with our calendar of events.
Coca-Cola Tubing Hill by the Super Bee lift (East Village). Discount for advanced booking.
866-416-9874 for reservations
Ice Skating on West Lake (Center Village)
Free Snowcat Skiing on Tucker Mountain
866-763-5957 for reservations
The Rocky Mountain Coaster - Tickets are available at Guest Services open 11am to 4pm - schedule is weather dependent.
Woodward at Copper – The only ski/board indoor training facility in the world, with foam pits, trampolines and bungee systems to practice jumps and tricks before hitting the slopes.
970-968-3400 for information/888-350-1544 for Reservations.
Copper Mountain Athletic Club – All Carbonate Guests will receive free use at the Club. Visit the website for more information.
Chairlift: Ride on the American Eagle lift up to Solitude station at 11,375 feet and back down for free with $12 village purchase or for current pass holders; children 12 and under free with adult purchase for the day pass.
Summer Activity Pass: Price includes free lift ride plus mini-golf, 3 bungee jumps, bumper & paddle boats, climbs on the highest outdoor climbing wall, and digglers; plus a 1 time go-kart ride and 1 time zip line. One day @ $49 or season passes available @ $109 with some restrictions.
Copper Creek Golf Course (East Village): –he highest elevation championship golf course in North America.
Biking: Paved paths from Copper Mountain to Vail, Frisco, Silverthorne, Breckenridge and Keystone.
Mountain Biking: Ride the American Eagle lift to Solitude Station at 11,375 feet and bike back down, plus additional access to miles of trails; maps available in the Carbonate office.
Disc Golf: Frisbee around Copper’s 9 hole course.
AVA White Water Rafting - Rafting guides available. Experience rapids down the Colorado Rivers. 1-800-370-0581
Hiking: Mountain trails in all directions, including immediate access to the Colorado Trail System.