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Copper Mountain

Copper Mountain real estate is located at the base of the Copper Mountain Ski Resort. Most Copper Mountain homes are in condo buildings located on the main boulevard through the resort. Restaurants and shops are easy to reach by walking or via the free shuttle. Copper Mountain lift riders enjoy the naturally divided terrain which separates visitors by ability levels on the mountain. That division, plus new glades and high bowls are the big reasons why Copper is considered a Summit County favorite. Homeowners enjoy living steps from the slopes and the many music and other activities and events offered year-round at Copper Mountain.

Copper Mountain Property Sales

Average Price $664K
Lowest Price $30
Highest Price $5.5M
Total Listings 40
Avg. Days On Market 65
Avg. Price/SQFT $634

Property Types (active listings)

Copper Mountain Condos & Homes

Copper Mountain condos and homes are just 75 miles west of Denver with easy access to I-70 with 2,450 ski-able acres, 24 lifts and three base villages (East, Center and West). The resort offers spectacular skiing and riding along with winter activities galore. Residents and visitors can be found taking advantage of ice skating at West Lake and Woodward at Copper. Summer is active with golf, cycling, and many signature social events and activities.

For those home owners who enjoy golf, Copper Creek Golf Course, the highest championship golf course in North America, is nearby. A mixture of links and mountain style holes have forward tees to accommodate the novice golf and offer a challenge to the most accomplished golfer.

Skiing and Snowboarding at Copper Mountain, Colorado

The signature naturally-divided terrain is what sets Copper apart from other resorts in the area. This unique terrain keeps Copper Mountain real estate in high demand as the slopes remain some of the most popular in Summit County. Union Creek hosts The Schoolhouse and great beginner terrain. The skiing and riding out of Center Village, the main base area adjacent to Burning Stones Plaza, is geared for intermediate skiers and snowboarders. The East Village has more advanced terrain access.

Copper Mountain Statistics

Base Elevation: 9,712 feet / 2,926 meters Summit Elevation: 12,313 feet / 3,767 meters Vertical Drop: 2,601 feet / 793 meters Lifts: 24 Total

Lift Capacity: 32,324 people per hour Total Ski/Ride Terrain: 2,450 acres / 985 hectares Snowmaking: 380 acres / 154 hectares Number of Trails: 126 Longest Trail: Soliloquy to Roundabout – 2.85 miles / 5 kilometers

Copper Mountain Terrain Level of Difficulty

Easiest – 21% The easiest pistes at a mountain. Green Circle trails are generally wide and groomed

More Difficult – 25% Intermediate difficulty slopes that are usually groomed

Most Difficult – 36%
Amongst the most difficult at a given mountain. Black Diamond trails tend to be steep and may or may not be groomed

Expert – 18%
These trails are for experts only due to exceptionally steep slopes and other hazards such as narrow trails, exposure to wind, and the presence of obstacles such as steep drop-offs or trees.

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