Passage Point, Enjoy the 3 outdoor hot tubs! - Passage Point, Copper Mountain Lodging
Enjoy this fantastic unit. If comfort is what your looking for, look no further!! This non-smoking, condominium located in the heart of Copper Mountain Village. Sit on our private sixth floor balcony and enjoy views of Copper Mountain Village, and the surrounding mountains, or relax by the fireplace after a full day of mountain activity or Soak in the three large hot tubs. You have EASY access to all the unique shops and restaurants, the outdoor climbing wall, the golf course, the West Lake, and the Center Village.
This condo accesses both the American Eagle and American Flyer High-speed quad chairlifts.
Accommodations in this beautifully furnished home include one king-size bed in the master bedroom (which features an en suite bath).
This unit has got it all: full kitchen, VCR player and cable, telephone, gas fireplace, private balcony. TV's in the master bedroom and living room, and private underground parking! Exercise room on first floor, laundry room located on the second floor.
ABOUT COPPER MOUNTAIN: Known as the 'Locals Favorite,' Copper Mountain is the largest ski and snowboard resort in Summit County. It is also the only ski resort that features naturally separated terrain, allowing beginners, intermediates, and experts to ski and ride on their own distinct areas of the mountain. Its central location (situated between Breckenridge/Keystone to the east and Vail to the west) makes it ideal for the guest who wants to get out and enjoy other resorts as well.
With 2433 acres of ski able terrain, Copper Mountain is the biggest and least crowded mountain resort area in Summit County, Colorado. Despite being the biggest, it has the least amount of lodging units available which is the main reason for Copper's uncrowded lifts and runs. With its naturally divided ski terrain that separates skiers by ability across the mountain, Copper has been called 'the most nearly perfect ski mountain in the United States' by the Forest Service.
It’s also known as the Local’s Favorite. Perhaps that’s due to Copper’s long, steep mogul runs, or its ample above-timberline open bowl skiing.