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Copper Mountain is within shuttle range of Denver International Airport (75 miles) and a lot of skiers/riders like to fly in early so they can get on the slopes by noon. There are 22 lifts serving 2,433 acres of playland, with 125 trails slightly weighted to more advanced skiers. The trail systems are separated by ability levels so beginners don't cross in front of experts. Copper's re-developed village is now among the best and most convenient of the Colorado destination resorts, with plenty to keep you occupied off-slope.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/02/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/14/2013
Projected Days Open: 157
Days Open Last Year: 163
Years Open: 41
Average Snowfall: 285"
Pros: Uncrowded Weekdays, High Quality Powder - i.e. Lots of North Facing runs, Friendly
Cons: It's in Summit County - Read Further
Pros: Terrain, convienience, atmosphere
Pros: Good snow for snowboarding, not too crowded, enjoable Terrain Park
Cons: Some snow areas too soft
Pros: Great Skier Service, Nice Terrain Parks
Cons: Long Lift Lines.
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