(Closed) Honeymoon in the Mountains

posted 12 years ago in Honeymoons
Post # 3
821 posts
Busy bee

Oooh. If you want to raft and all of that in November, I’d consider somewhere farther south… there are plenty of places in the Appalachians that might be warmer and have all those things. Good luck!

Post # 4
3686 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

If you’re interested in Wyoming, the Grand Tetons or Yellowstone would be absolutely fantastic for a honeymoon.  The best time of year, imo, is late summer as the tourist season is starting to die down (early to mid September). 

Post # 5
256 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

Hey! We are date twins 🙂 My FH and I were thinking “cozy cabin in the woods” meets adventure honeymoon too. We are trying to decide if we should take it right away and brave the cold, or if we should wait until spring/summer.  Are you planning your honeymoon for nov-dec?

Post # 6
200 posts
Helper bee

Colorado, thats where we are going! We are more mountians the beach too. There is hiking, fishing and river rafting but I don’t know about hunting. We will be going to Pagosa Springs witch is in southern Colorado so it will be warmer a little longer there, though with the elvation Im not sure if that matters (we are going in October). There are also day train rides along the mountains and the Rio Grand, natural outdoor hot springs. There is also Estes Park, which is where we wanted to go but our timeshare there was all booked up. I hear it is very nice! Might be a little risky weather wise with snow and stuff in November. It is at the entrance to the Rocky Mountains. Im sure there is outdoor stuff to do there too. Colorado I hear is beautiful and I can’t wait to go!

Post # 7
200 posts
Helper bee

In the Appalachians there is still a risk of snow but would be better then way north.

Post # 11
194 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Montana would also be great!  Bozeman is a great town about an hour from yellowstone with lots of places to explore and cabins to in the mountains.  My favorite is also the Kallispell/Whitefish/Glacier area.  There are some great places along the lakes there to stay and lots of adventure to be had (+ cabins). 

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