Good snow, Good terrain, Good parking
none except it can get very windy
Copper mountain has something for everybody. If you are a beginner stick to the right side of the mountain. If you are an intermediate skier stick to the middle of the mountain. If you are an advanced/expert skier stick to the left/backside of the mountain. The parking situation is good in the Alpine lot because there are three shuttles that will take you to East Village(black shuttle) the Center village(blue shuttle) and Union creek(green shuttle). Avoid the Corn lot at all costs unless you want to take a morning hike, there is no shuttle services to the Corn lot. The food is good at Copper,(I ate at the Adrenaline cafe). They usually don't groom at Copper so the snow is thick powder there. If I ever make it back to Colorado in my life I will surely stop by Copper again.