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Copper Mountain — Other activities

Other activities

Other activities in and around the area include ice skating, tubing, sleigh rides, snowmobiling, dogsled rides and hot air balloon floats.

Catletic club copper mountainopper Mountain Athletic Club (968-2882, Ext. 83025) has a lap pool, sauna, steam room, hot tubs, cardiovascular equipment and racquetball courts. When looking for the spa, don’t be put off by the club’s workout feel. Past the weight room and locker rooms, the spa entrance is at the end of the hall. Once inside, you’ll find the atmosphere warm and soothing.The treatments, though limited to massage and facials, are excellent. It also sells beauty products and clothing.

Make the rounds of the many shops at Copper Station, West Lake and The Village at Copper. Upper-end souvenirs, logo clothing and sports gear fill most of them. All American Goods sells USA- and Colorado-made products; 9600′ specializes in outdoor clothing; and Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory makes you-know-what. Also browse through the boutique shops on West Lake and Copper One Lodge.

For health issues, visit St. Anthony’s Copper Mountain Clinic (968-2330) in the Bridge End Building in The Village at Copper. They’re open seven days a week, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

For more activities see Summit County or Vail. Copper is about 20 miles from Vail and about 10 miles from the tri-town area of Dillon, Frisco and Silverthorne.