Sure you are a big time fan of the sport of skiing and you just can’t wait to hit the slopes again as soon as possible, but where are you going to go? There is no more difficult decision when you decide to go skiing than where to go skiing at. Much like deciding what Vegas Hotel to stay at, you have a myriad of options between very upscale and high quality resorts. This article will detail the merits of one of Colorado’s best places to go skiing, Copper Mountain.
While trying to overcome the same complaint registered against many other ski resorts, Copper Mountain does have a lot to offer those who want to have an enjoyable ski vacation. The complaint I speak of is that of having “crowded” slopes with all of the people trying to take on the same ski experience as you are. This is a common complaint that ski resorts themselves aren’t all too disappointed to hear, after all, the more crowded the slopes then the more money they are making that day! Try to ignore this problem and enjoy the other things about a resort that continues to try to better itself with facelifts and renovations.
Most who visit Copper Mountain rave about the way that it can connect with the younger and more lively crowd with amenities like the great night life that you can find at the drop of a hat. More than half of the slopes available to skiers on the Copper Mountain resort are built for the more accomplished, “expert” skiers who are looking to take on something of a little more of a challenge or difficulty. Some have also complained that this resort lacks something when it comes to the beauty and soul of other resorts, but this is a source of motivation for ownership that is looking to overcome such an accusation.
So, if you are looking to go skiing there are definitely a lot of options available to you across the country and across the world. However, Copper Mountain will provide you with all of the amenities expected of a resort that specializes in skiing; just remember to watch out for all of those trees!