Are you planning your next Colorado ski vacation right now? Two ski resorts near the top of everyone’s bucket are Breckenridge and Copper, which are located within sixteen miles of each other in Summit County. Both feature extensive terrain footprints, modern lifts, and solid terrain parks. There are some distinct differences between the resorts, which can make one preferable to the other for skiers and riders.

This week, PeakRankings broke down the differences between the two ski resorts. The video below compares and contrasts the terrain, snow quality, navigating the resorts, lifts, crowd flow, parking, dining, and affordability.

Which ski resort do you like better: Breckenridge or Copper?

Image/Video Credits: Taylor Turtle (Featured Image), Ian Wood, PeakRankings

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