Transportation

Shuttle

To get back and forth between our three Villages (East Village, Center Village and Union Creek) take a look at Copper's shuttle system, created for your convenience!

 

Copper Coach

970-368-2002

Call the Copper Coach for FREE and convenient transport to and from all areas of the Copper Community. Service provided by members of the Copper Mountain Resort Association. Times may vary depending upon the time of year and business volume. Please call 15-20 minutes prior to the desired pick-up time, and verify availability.

Winter Season 8:30 AM -11:00 PM--- Summer Season 10:00 AM-9:00 PM

*The Copper Coach provides service to and from Lewis Ranch for guests and homeowners staying at a home located in Lewis Ranch. 

 

Summit Express

This shuttle service provides daily service to and from Denver International Airport. These shuttles run consistently all day and there are shared shuttle options as well as private SUV or van rentals.

 

Summit Stage

If you're already within Summit County, you can hop on the free Summit Stage bus to take you to Copper. With routes all throughout Frisco, Breckenridge, Silverthorne, and Dillon, you can easily get to us for free. www.co.summit.co.us/915/Bus-Schedule, 970-668-0999

 

The Bustang

Provided by Greyhound and the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Bustang bus runs daily between Denver and Glenwood Springs with a stop at the Frisco Transfer Station. From there, you can take the free Summit Stage straight to Copper. RideBustang.com, 303-323-4564

 

Parking

In the winter Free Parking is available 7 days a week in the Alpine & Far East Lots
Where: From I-70 merge onto CO-91 S via EXIT 195 toward Copper Mtn/Leadville. Proceed past Copper Road on CO-91 & follow signage for the Alpine or Far East Parking lots.

In the summer Free Parking is available in all interior village parking lots: Beeler, Ten Mile Lot, Flyer Lot and Chapel Lot.

 

RV Parking and Camping

Camping is not permitted at Copper Mountain. This is based upon Copper’s Land Use agreement with Summit County Government.
•Lodging Guests of Copper Mountain may park their RV overnight between the Conoco and Water Treatment Center, however, they are not permitted to camp (sleep in their RV).
•Alternative locations to overnight camp in tents or RV’s are off property such as the Campgrounds in Frisco, Dillon or Tiger Road RV Park.
•Special events may occasionally be permitted by Summit County Government for camping. This is an exception to normal operations and requires special permitting