Coordinating photography sessions and determining isn't always easy, but I'm here to help you with 10 Locations for Fall Wedding Photo Shoots near Breckenridge, Colorado. The colors are out there, but how do you know where to go? I've narrowed it down to a few prime spots where the views are outstanding, the trees are colorful, and you're set up for success. The rest is up to you.
Read on to learn more about these spots, but be sure to contact us to find out how we can help you find a Breckenridge wedding planner that can save you time and money. We know it helps to find someone who knows local vendors, and while we build our local directory, we can provide group services and activity recommendations for spring, summer, winter and fall.
We're longtime locals and are very knowledgeable about the many hotels, private luxury home rentals, venues and vendors that work destination mountain weddings in the Rocky Mountains. Here's what I've learned about finding the best spots for photos in the Colorado high country. Click here to contact us with any questions.
1. Boreas Pass Road
Head to the south end of town and turn left at Boreas Pass road. A gas station will be on your right.
2. Aspen Grove Trail
Park at the first major switchback on Boreas, or hike from the Ice Rink. Connects with the road higher up.
3. Stephen C. West Ice Arena
Head up Little Mountain for little under an hour to a nice bench with outstanding views of the Ten Mile Range.
4. Hoosier Pass
Surrounded by fourteen thousand foot peaks is hard to beat. And, you're on the Continental Divide.
5. Lomax Placer
Just up Ski Hill Road on the left, just past the skier bridge. Check with the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance about commerial shoots.
6. French Gulch Trails
From Main Street, turn east onto Wellington between Extreme Pizza and the Local Market. Drive until the road splits. Go right. If you go left, you'll end up on CR 450. Three trailheads offer adventure. B&B, Reiling Dredge and Sally Barber.
7. Lake Dillon
When driving north from Breckenridge to Frisco, park at the day use area found on your right just after the first switchback once you pass the high school. Walk five minutes and you're on the beach. Or, go to Frisco or Dillon Marinas. Or head to the overlook at Sapphire Point.
8. Montezuma Road
Keystone choices include the Summit Cove inlet on Lake Dillon, the Keystone Village, but don't forget about the road that heads up to Montezuma.
9. Lily Pad Lake Trail
Go through the roundabout by I-70 and the new Whole Foods in Frisco, and take the frontage road near Giberson Ranch.
10. Frisco Historic Park
Downtown Frisco is a hidden gem. Historic cabins just steps away from the "Main Street of the Rockies." Bonus points if you climb Mt. Royal for a few "trash the dress" pics soon after. If you do, please submit your pics for us to share! Thanks for reading.