Copper Mountain Lift Ticket Options

Copper Mountain ski area offers 2,507 acres of skiing (1014 hectares) of green, blue, black, double black, tree, and bowl skiing and riding terrain which makes Copper Mountain Resort one of the largest ski and snowboard resorts in Colorado.

Three distinct villages are a hallmark of the ski area – West Village, Central Village, and East Village provide ideal access to the mountain. West Village is family and beginner-friendly, Central is the mainstay of the ski resort and East Village is where good skiers and the local crowd can come and go including parking close to the lifts with ease.

You can ride Copper Mountain with a regular Copper Mountain lift pass, and a Copper Mountain Season Pass, plus you can use several of the IKON pass options to ski and ride Copper Mountain.

Copper Mountain Lift Tickets

As you would expect Copper Mountain offers adult (13+ years), child (5-12 years), and 4 and under ski lift tickets. The best value when purchasing your Copper Mountain lift tickets is when you package up your Copper Mountain vacation with lodging. That’s when you will get the best deal on your Cooper lift tickets. We can arrange your lodging and lift ticket special pricing for you. Through us and by booking early, you can enjoy substantial discounts on the walk-up lift ticket window pricing.

Copper Mountain Season Pass

If you are wondering… Is the Copper Mountain season pass the best option for me? Then this is an interesting question because it depends on a number of factors. If you plan on skiing multiple days or weeks at Copper Mountain, then definitely one of the Copper season pass options would be your first choice. The only thing you need to factor in is whether you are planning on potentially skiing other IKON resorts this season as well. If you are, then you might want to look at the IKON pass options details below.

Copper Mountain IKON Pass Options

The IKON Pass is a multi-resort ski pass that offers various levels of access and day with and without restrictions (blackout days). The good news is Copper Mountain can be accessed by several of the IKON pass options, which I’ll detail below for you.

IKON Pass

The main IKON Pass offers unrestricted skiing at Copper Mountain and unrestricted, 7-day and, 7-days combined at 50 other and partner resorts with no blackout days. So the question you need to ask and answer becomes how much access do you need at the 50 other and partner resorts.

IKON Base Pass

The IKON Base Pass offers unrestricted skiing at Copper Mountain with no blackout days for Copper. This pass also offers unlimited skiing at several other resorts, limited skiing with blackout days at others, and 5 days and 5 days combined at partner resorts with blackouts.

IKON Base Plus Pass

The IKON Base Plus Pass offers unrestricted skiing at Copper Mountain with no blackout days for Copper. This pass is similar to the Base Pass but offers 5 days at Aspen Snowmass, Jackson Hole, Deer Valley, Snowbasin, Sun Valley, and five shard days at Alta Snowbird.

IOKN Session Pass

The IKON Session Pass is like a lift ticket that you can purchase from a 2-day to 4-day pass. These ‘lift ticket’ days don’t have to be used continuously and can be used across the IKON partner resorts that accept this ‘lift ticket type pass but be aware there are blackout days in play for Copper Mountain with this pass.

For additional detail including the latest pricing – visit the IKON Pass explained page. Also note: the IKON Pass is a pre-season pre-purchase pass, which means it goes off sale later in November or early December.

Other Things To Know About Copper Mountain Ski Area And Lift Tickets

Don’t wait to buy your lift tickets from the ticket window at Copper Mountain, because you will have to overpay at the ticket window for your lift tickets as you will have no other option. Like all resorts managing health and safety. Copper Mountain follows Summit County updates public health order to include the latest guidelines. Half-day lift tickets are available for the afternoon and if that’s all the time you have, half-day lift tickets are great value. The ski season is a winter season and runs from November to April each ski season. Your best way to purchase discounted lift tickets is to purchase day lift tickets or IKON passes early. Window rates are the most costly way to purchase Copper Mountain lift tickets. If you have a problem, go to guest services or ask at the ticket windows for help. We can help you with great deals on your lodging and Copper Mountain lift tickets this season.