New: Double Black Diamonds at Ski Cooper!
The advanced terrain adds a fresh dimension to Cooper’s family-friendly vibe. Now, you can bring all your family and friends to Cooper, whether they’re expert or newbie skiers or boarders. With a total 60 trails, five lifts, and terrain variety to choose from, groups of all ability levels will find something to love at Cooper.
Please note: Before entering Tennessee Creek Basin, please make sure you are ready to descend Double Black Diamond terrain. If you have questions in your mind about your ability to handle this terrain, DON’T GO – work on your skiing first. Better yet, take advanced lessons from Cooper’s Ski & Ride School until you feel proficient at extreme terrain.
Save Money on Lift Tickets
Even with this exciting expansion, one thing hasn’t changed—Cooper is still one of the least crowded and most affordable resorts in Colorado. Cooper’s lift tickets top out at only $62 for an adult, with many discounts and specials. If you ski a lot, buy a season pass and get great on that new black diamond terrain!
Check our calendar for specials:
- 2Fer Tuesdays, with two-for-one lift tickets each Tuesday through Feb 25, 2020
- $30 Thursdays each Thursday through March 26, 2020
- Senior Day discounts for those aged 60 plus,Wednesdays through Feb. 26, 2020
New this season at Cooper, all season passes, lift tickets, rentals, and lessons will be loaded onto the Cooper Key Card (RFID). To speed up your check-in process at Cooper, go online before your visit. You can create your profile, upload your photo, and sign any waivers so it will be done before you arrive. Once you get your card, you will never stand in the ticket line again – just proceed directly to the lift with your loaded card.
Why Ski Cooper
Ski Cooper is a different kind of ski resort. It’s not like the mega resorts—no crowds, lift lines, pretension, high prices, high-rise condos, or hard man-made “snow.”
Instead, it offers soft all-natural snow, terrain variety for everyone, a down-to-earth atmosphere, a family-friendly vibe, smiling faces, great food and drinks, and prices that allow you to bring the whole family. Buy your lift tickets today!
Skip the Ski Crowds, Lift Lines, and Pretense
What is Cooper? It’s the very definition of authentic skiing, with the softest snow surface in Colorado.
- Terrain variety for all abilities, including the finest learning and beginner terrain in the country, up through epic powder, glades, and bumps.
- The most family-friendly atmosphere you’ll find.
- No lift lines.
- Ski and ride school to get you on the snow having fun or take you to the next level.
- Tasty food and bev options, including an Irish Pub for lunch and apres-ski fun.
- Affordable for you and the whole family!
Go Snowcat Skiing
So that you can fully appreciate this pristine mountain landscape, Ski Cooper also offers snowcat skiing through powder bowls and glades from the top of 12,850’ Chicago Ridge. You’ll see views of snow-covered peaks in all directions, west to the Sawatch Range and beyond, and east to the tops of the Mosquito and Tenmile Ranges. The slopes are from 3,000′ to 10,000′ long with vertical drops of up to 2,000′ per run. This area is roughly the size of Vail’s Back Bowls, with similar length, pitch, and vertical.
Cooper’s renowned Ski & Ride School will help you LOVE your time on the snow! Under the direction of seasoned and certified professional, Bill McGinty, our instructors are highly qualified, and incredibly friendly! You’ll feel comfortable from the word “go” in unparalleled private and group lessons, clinics, and multi-week programs. Whether it’s your first time on snow, or you’re looking to improve advanced techniques like powder, trees, or moguls, Cooper’s Ski & Ride School will help you reach your goals. Book your lesson today!
Dine in a Mountaintop Yurt
On Saturday nights, take a snowcat ride to the top of Cooper for a delicious gourmet meal in a cozy yurt. Your meal will be a pairing of locally sourced ingredients and local wines. Return to the base by snowcat. It’s an unforgettable experience! Mountaintop yurt dinners are for ages 14 and up.
Come discover the soft, all-natural snow at Ski Cooper this season!
Enjoy Special Events
Events at Cooper include the following fun:
- 10th Mountain Day, a ski-down tribute to honor World War II ski trooper heroes who trained at Cooper Hill and nearby Camp Hale (Feb. 28, 2020)
- St. Patrick’s Day Celebration (March 17, 2020)
- Easter Egg Hunt on the snowy slopes (April 11, 2020)
- Live music and much more!
Check the calendar and plan to join us!