Hike the Trails at Copper Mountain
Copper Mountain is home to world-class hiking from strenuous to beginner-friendly, all offering epic views of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Surrounded by 14,000-foot mountain peaks and sitting on the Colorado Trail, Copper Mountain has a vacation full of hikes for people to enjoy without even getting in your car.
From clear alpine lakes to fields of beautiful wildflowers, Copper Mountain offers some of the most stunning scenery in all of Colorado.
Hiking the trails of Copper Mountain is available with uphill lift access on the Woodward Express Lift.
Copper Mountain Hiking Trails
Mountain Roads: If you're looking for an easier route with plenty of scenic views, the mountain roads on Copper Mountain are a perfect option. Marked as green in the trail map, these routes are mostly open for cyclists and hikers.
Colorado Trail: In total, the Colorado Trail stretches 486 miles from Denver to Durango, and it passes right through Copper Mountain. The Colorado Trail Segment 8 is a 24.1-mile section of the trail that goes to the Tennessee Pass Trailhead. Of course, you can hike an even shorter distance as well.
Chickaree Way: Chickaree Way is also a beginner trail that is about 2 miles long that goes from the base of the Timberline Express Lift to the Woodward Express Lift. The trail weaves in and out of the trees and shares a stretch of the Colorado Trail.
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