Best Places to Elope | Colorado

Eloping in Colorado means so many possibilities. With it's vast landscapes, abundance of activities, there are so many options for couples to create their ultimate elopement experience. So how does one choose? Here is an elopement guide for the best places to elope in Colorado.



Rocky Mountain National Park Elopement. Colorado Elopement photographer, Jennifer Hughes captures a bride and groom having an intimate moment on a mountain top. It is near sunset, there are mountains in the back ground. The groom is leading his bride smiling adoringly at her. The bride is in a strapless blush rose dress. Her hair is blown back in the wind.

Rocky Mountain National Park has over 265,000 acres of vast wilderness. All the hiking you could ask for along with lakes, forests, rivers and mountains. If you are wanting an all day nature experience or even just some exclusion to have a private moment together, RMNP is definitely a location to consider.


Great Sand Dunes National Park. Colorado elopement location.

With the tallest dunes in North America, there a miles upon miles of opportunity for adventure. GSDNP has grasslands, wetlands, tundra, forests and lakes. If you are wanting to go for something completely unique, consider the sand dunes. Another great location for those wanting those intimate elopement experiences.


Colorado Springs elopement. Colorado elopement photographer Jennifer Hughes captures a wedding ceremony in Garden of the God's.

Sentinel Plaza, Three Graces Plaza, and Jaycee Plaza are three ceremony locations in Garden of the God's. There are also numerous hiking trails to explore if a different location calls out to you more. Garden of the God's is known for it's towering red rock formations. A truly unique spot in Colorado. Located in a great mountain town, Colorado Springs. You can really have the best of both worlds. Spend a day or even two having a blast in Colorado Springs. There is so much to do and see. If you are an animal lover, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is great. In the evening or even at sunrise, you could say your vows surrounded by the natural wonder of Garden of the God's. So many possibilities!


Telluride elopement. A vow ceremony held in front of a lake with mountains in the background. The bride and groom hold each other as they look off into the mountains.

Another great mountain town. You could have many adventures within the natural landscapes of Telluride, or even in the town itself.

There really are so many more places I could go on and on about. Here is a quick list of other great Colorado Elopement locations:


Curecanti National Recreation Area


Horsetooth Reservoir

Dunton Hot Springs

Colorado National Monument

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