Loveland’s 29th Annual Mountaintop Matrimony

Submitted by Andy on Thu, 02/13/2020 - 12:57

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Mountaintop Matrimony - Loveland Ski Area - Dustin Schaeffer 

The Mountaintop Matrimony is for couples (approximately 100 couples) getting married or renewing their vows and takes place at noon sharp outside the Ptarmigan Roost Cabin, elevation 12,050 feet. The Ptarmigan Roost Cabin is located at the top of the Ptarmigan Lift at Loveland Basin. Couples are required to sign-in the morning of the event and are asked to be at the Ptarmigan Roost Cabin by 11:30 am.

PARTICIPANTS AND GUESTS MUST BE ABLE TO RIDE THE LIFT UP TO THE TOP AND THEN SKI OR SNOWBOARD DOWN THE HILL IN ORDER TO ATTEND THE CEREMONY. THERE WILL BE NO TRANSPORTATION UP OR DOWN THE MOUNTAIN FOR NON-SKIERS/SNOWBOARDERS.

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Mountaintop Matrimony - Loveland Ski Area - Dustin Schaeffer 

The ceremony is a “mass wedding” done for all couples at the same time and lasts approximately 30 minutes. At the conclusion of the ceremony, all participants and guests will ski or snowboard down the mountain for a casual after-party with cake, music and prizes. The runs leading back to the base area from this point are beginner and intermediate. The after-party will start at 1:30 pm at the base of Loveland Basin.

Individual lift tickets will be $89 the day of the event. Guests that pre-register will receive 2-for-1 lift tickets for the event and will be eligible to purchase a lunch package for $15 including an $15 lunch voucher, 2 beer coupons and wedding cupcakes at the reception. These packages will also be available for purchase at morning check-in. Couples can pre-register for the event at https://skiloveland.com/wedding-registration/

Couples are encouraged to dress in appropriate “ski-wedding” attire as there will be a prize for the best-dressed couple. Please keep in mind that The Ptarmigan Roost Cabin is located at 12,050 feet and that dressing warmly is important even on a sunny day. The wedding will not be rescheduled because of snow or cold weather, so be prepared!

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