Fresh tracks are minutes away, as this beautiful Center Village condo is an easy stroll to both the American Eagle and American Flyer high-speed quad chairlifts accessing some of the best skiing and boarding the Colorado Rockies have to offer! With 305” average snowfall, 2,490 acres of inbound skiable terrain, 23 chairlifts, summit elevation of 12,313 feet, and a vertical drop of 2,601 feet, Copper is a “locals’ favorite.” The mountain is naturally divided from beginner on the west side (including “Green Acres,” a gently sloping area for beginners with its own short chairlift) to expert on the east, including 3 Bowls and 3 Peaks (with free snow cat service to Tucker Mountain peak). With more than 140 marked trails (the longest run at 1.7 miles!), groomed cruisers, bump runs, trees, and steeps, everyone in your group will find terrain that satisfies. There’s also the 22’ Main Vein Superpipe (navigate the Olympic-size pipe used by professional athletes & ntl. teams who train and compete here) and a terrain park with 13’ halfpipe and a variety of progressive park features for all ability levels to have fun and hone their skills. Finally, Copper features the Woodward Barn action sports training facility, open for a fee to drop-in guests including families with kids ages 6+. One of the perks of Westlake Lodge is that no car is necessary. The Summit Express shuttle provides transportation from Denver Intl. Airport to first the check-in office and then the building’s front door. A grocery market, liquor store, ski/snowboard rental/tune, medical clinic, and a nice selection of shops and dining options—fine dining, après ski happy hour, sushi, Mexican, pizza, brunch and more—are downstairs in the charming Village! Other resort amenities include: grocery delivery service to stock the condo’s kitchen; nightly Dine-In Delivery to your door; daily childcare; Kids Night Out; group and private skiing/boarding lessons (for age 2 to adults) at the excellent Ski & Ride School; and Copper Loop on-resort shuttle service, Copper Coach Dial-a-Ride Service, and Summit Stage public buses between Copper and other Summit County destinations are all free to overnight guests. The Copper Mt. Spa & Athletic Club features a heated pool, racquetball, basketball, facials/massage, and more to drop-in guests. For out-of-state guests who may not own ski apparel, outerwear can be rented from Mountain Threads and delivered to you at Copper. Other winter activities at Copper Mt. and in Summit County include: cross-country skiing (25km of trails through the picturesque White River Ntl. Forest); ice skating on West Lake (skate rental available); snowshoeing; Copper Mt. tubing hill; Critterland snow playground/activities for tiny tots; snowmobile and snow cat tours; sleigh rides; dog sledding; Moonlight Dine & Ski; concerts, festivals, and competitions (like the U.S. Grand Prix); and mountainside fireworks shows and Torchlight Parades. The fun doesn’t stop after the snow melts. Come up and beat the heat! Summer activities at Copper Mt. and in Summit County include: Summer Snow Terrain Park; go kart track; zip line over West Lake; bumper boats & hydro bikes on the Lake; mini golf; climbing wall; Disc golf; bungee bounce ride; free scenic chairlift rides on the American Eagle lift (directly across the Lake from the condo); dining/drinks at Solitude Station at the top of the mountain (w/incredible views of the Ten Mile & Gore Ranges); Sunday Mt. Pose Yoga also at Solitude; nature hikes and wildlife spotting; bike/helmet rental for kids and adults (path/comfort, full suspension & fat tire bikes); road biking and bike paths; Cross Country Downhill Mountain Biking (rider/bike go up American Eagle lift and down a choice of easy, intermediate, or advanced terrain); Copper Creek Golf Course (18 holes with N. America’s highest tee-box, and optional golf bikes or carts); fly fishing; boating, rafting, kayaking & SUP; Chuck Wagon rides; ATV tours; concerts, races & festivals (such as the CO Cider & Beer Circus); and Copper Campfire & Fireworks (most Sat. nights all summer).