Copper isn’t considered to a luxury ski destination, but that doesn’t mean vacationers looking for the finer in things in life will be disappointed. They just need to know where to look. While most of the restaurants and lodging accommodations trend towards casual and affordable, there are still enough options to satisfy someone with a high-end penchant and budget.
While, you won’t find five-star luxury hotels on a Copper ski vacation, you will find plenty of conveniently located slopeside properties.
C.B. Grille, at the Covered Bridge, is considered Copper’s best dining experience, but that isn’t because you’ll find $500 bottles of wine on the menu or foie gras or anything like that, it’s because C.B. offers high quality menu items from fresh pasta, fish and prime cuts to gourmet mac-n-cheese and hand ground burgers. C.B. also offers a great selection of cuisine and a variety of middle-range wines that may make you wonder why you’ve been spending a small fortune on wine, and microbrew beers, too. C.B. features various Colorado-native beers, sure to please any beer connoisseur.