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Official review by Snow-Online.com
      Overall score:
      51 / 60
      *6 out of 10 categories rated

      Naturally divided terrain ...

      ...is the key to Copper Mountain’s outstanding evaluation scores, with relatively flat slopes in the western part of the ski area which grow increasingly steeper moving east. The result is a natural division of the ski area into a beginner and family-friendly western section, a middle section perfectly suited for carving fans and an extremely steep eastern flank for the extreme skiers. Because Copper Mountain provides such a well-rounded selection of trails for all ability levels, it received scores of good to very good in almost every test category. It was even able to trump its better-known neighbors (Vail, Beaver Creek and Breckenridge) in a few of them. If it hadn’t been for the missing safety bar on the old chairlifts High Point and Kokomo, it would have received an even better score in the Families category. If you are planning a ski vacation to Colorado, Copper Mountain is certainly worth a visit.

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      Mimi (Age: 61-70)
      Skill: Advanced • in Mar 2024
      Travelled as: Family
      Green slopes are NOT race tracks!
      First of all, I would like to say, I’ve always loved Copper Mountain for its diverse options for all levels of skiers. This was the second year my husband & I have gone with our grandkids(age 9 &... Read complete review
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