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Copper Mountain is magical in the summer. The Rocky Mountains are full of great hiking, mountain biking, and wildflower gazing. Nearby, the Colorado and Arkansas rivers provide exciting whitewater rafting and kayaking. And there’s world-class golf at the Copper Creek Golf Course, designed by Pete Dye. At Copper Mountain Resort, you can enjoy Disc Golf, Go Carts, Woodward Copper, and the new Rocky Mountain Coaster. To find the best things to do at Copper in the summer, check out our recommended activities.

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Bumper Boats

The West Lake of Copper Mountain has bumper boat rentals with an attached squirt gun!  Need to cool down after all the...

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Woodward Copper is one of the biggest and most popular terrain parks in Colorado. Designed as a complete action sports playground, Woodward Copper features both indoor and outdoor terrain parks, a barn full of jumps and foam pits, and a retail shop complete with skate parks and chill zones.
cycling

A hub for road cycling, Copper Mountain is surrounded by 55 miles of paved bikepath not to mention miles of colorado winding...

gocarts

Among Copper Mountain's immense list of family things to do, go carts are a fan favorite.  Located in the Chapel Lot in...

quad bungee jump

Copper Mountain's Quad Bungee Jump is a combo of trampoline and bungee.  Jump, flip and fly all in the safety of your...

golf
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Copper Creek Golf Course, with a starting elevation of 9,700 feet and a tee at 9,863 feet, is America’s Highest Golf Course. Designed by Pete and Perry Dye, the narrow fairways and dramatic changes of elevation make this par 69, eighteen-hole course one of Summit County's best.
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Copper Mountain has unveiled North America’s longest alpine mountain coaster. Rocky Mountain Coaster, a new multi-million-dollar ride, will have a 5,800-foot track and a total descent of 4,000 feet.

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