Social Summit: Tying the knot at Loveland Ski Area on Valentine’s Day |

Social Summit: Tying the knot at Loveland Ski Area on Valentine’s Day

Dustin Schaefer / Loveland Ski Area
Dustin Schaefer / Loveland Ski Area |

Valentine’s Day was a beautiful day for a wedding, with blue skies and warm weather, and 100 couples got married or renewed their vows at Loveland Ski Area’s 24th annual Marry Me & Ski Free Mountaintop Matrimony. Harry Heilman, registered minister with the Universal Life Church, joined skiers and snowboarders in snowy matrimony in the ceremony at 12,050 feet.

After the ceremony, the couples made their first turns together down to a casual reception at the base of the mountain, complete with wedding cake, libations and a toast for all participating couples and guests.

Couples wearing ski-wedding attire participated in the best-dressed contest, with prizes from the Hotel Chateau Chamonix, The Alpine Restaurant and Bar, Coca-Cola, Coors, KSMT and Loveland Ski Area.

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