Will and Mary Kate wanted breathtaking views for their engagement photos and Sapphire Point Overlook did not disappoint. Nestled between Breckenridge and Keystone, Sapphire Point offers marvelous views of Dillon reservoir. From the overlook which sits at 9500 feet elevation you can also see the Gore and Tenmile mountain ranges, any couple that loves the outdoors would bend over backwards for their engagement photos here. The way the sunsets over the mountains makes it a perfect location for any occasion.

      Not just an engagement location

      Sapphire Point is not just an engagement location. All year round there are weddings and elopements up here. It’s a great alternative for those couples not wanting a mountain resort wedding, but still desiring the impressive views that usually comes with getting married at the mountain resorts in Colorado.

      On top of being a great locale for the above there are around 50-miles on Summit County trail system with 7 them being paved. A popular hike if you’re up in this area is The Old Dillion Reservoir trail. It is short and have some pretty rad views of Tenmile Range and the Continental Divide.

      Sapphire Point Overlook, known for being one of Colorado’s prettiest and easiest accessed, is a location for engagement photos for couples seeking other worldly views. If you think you would like to have your engagement session here, then head over to my contact page, and send me a message. I would love to explore some new places at the top with you and your partner.

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