Lodging in Copper Mountain: Thanksgiving in the Mountains

November 11, 2013

Lodging in Copper MountainIf you're thinking about a Thanksgiving ski trip, we have lodging in Copper Mountain that will be your perfect home base for a holiday getaway in the mountains. This year, Copper Mountain snagged some early season snowfall that helped the resort open some terrain ahead of schedule, promising some of the best November ski conditions in recent memory.

Along with a great variety of intermediate and beginner terrain, Copper always opens the super pipe in time for Thanksgiving, and usually it's the first big half pipe to open in Colorado. This year, the resort will hold its annual Thanksgiving Rail Jam, and Woodward at Copper is also fully operational after a big off-season renovation.

Let us help you find lodging in Copper Mountain that meets your needs for a Thanksgiving ski trip. We still have three slope-side condos available, including a ski-in, ski out studio with loft that's also pet-friendly, so you don't have to leave your pooch at home. This condo is Copper Junction 306.

Lodging in Copper MountainIf you're looking for a super-cozy family style condo, check out one of our newest ski condos, Summit House 503. This large one-bedroom condo is furnished in traditional Colorado log-and-antler style — a perfect backdrop for a big turkey feast that you can prepare in a fully equipped kitchen. And you won't miss any of the football action since all of our Copper condos have large, flat screen TVs.

And, our last condo still available for Thanksgiving is Tucker Mountain Lodge 520 which is almost ski-in, ski-out, just steps from the American Flyer lift. This updated one-bedroom condo has two large flat screen TVs and a killer view of the slopes from the balcony.

Our friendly local staff will be happy to help you find the best lodging in Copper Mountain for your trip, and because we work and play in Summit County, we'll also be able to help you get the best deals on ski rentals, and keep you posted on all the great Thanksgiving activities in the area.


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