When Steph and Marco first started planning their wedding they didn’t think it’d end up being a Colorado Elopement at Loveland Pass. They thought they were going to get married on Harry Potter’s 40th Birthday at Rist Canyon Inn. A cuteAF newer venue that popped up along the front range. Then… the pandemic hit and everything closed for the summer of 2020. The pandemic wasn’t going to stop Steph and Marco, once we knew for sure we’d be rescheduling to 2021, we set loose on finding the perfect location for them to elope with a close knit crew of friends and family (on zoom).
After looking at a bunch of places, both far and near to Denver, we decided on Pass Lake. This spot has an amazing scenic area without all of the wind that happens at the top of Loveland Pass. You can get to the pass in about 60-70 minutes depending on traffic in Idaho Springs. After the ceremony and photos around the area they set back to home for a small dinner in their backyard.
Now that you’ve scrolled through the photos, and hopefully I still have your attention, I’d love to suggest a few places to stay and eat while you are staying in the area for your Elopement.
Where should I stay for my Colorado Elopement at Loveland Pass?
Looking for a place that you and all of your friends or family could stay at close to the Pass? Check out these listing!
- Sleeps 16! Nestled in Keystone
- Modern dream home on 5 acres in Breckenridge
- Secluded spot that sleeps 10 with a pretty rad tree house
- Treehouse Lodge with salt water hot tubs
- Snowbird cabin
Check out these listing if you’re just looking for something for you and your partner. The first two could be rented together as they back up to each other.
- Holloway Cabin on Creek & Private Hot-Springs
- Merrifield Cabin on Creek & Private Hot-Springs
- Lake Dillon Condo with Paddle boards
- Hip Two Bedroom Loft
- Cottage in Breckenridge
Where should I eat afterwards?
Love what you saw and want to start planning your elopement?
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