Loveland’s 30th Annual Mountaintop Matrimony
February 14, 2021
Thank you for your interest for the 30th Annual Mountaintop Matrimony. Due to capacity limits this season, this event has sold out. We look forward to hosting more participants for this event in the 2021/22 season.
Thank you for your interest in Loveland Ski Area’s 30th Annual Marry Me & Ski For Free Mountaintop Matrimony. The Mountaintop Matrimony is one of Loveland’s most popular events of the year and although COVID is making things difficult, we look forward to your participation. Please be sure to visit our Mountaintop Matrimony page and read through the details carefully as there are a lot of changes to this year’s event.
The Mountaintop Matrimony is for couples getting married or renewing their vows and takes place at 12pm sharp in Forest Meadow. The ceremony is a “physically distanced mass wedding” done for all couples at the same time and lasts approximately 30 minutes.
Forest Meadow will be roped off and only registered participants will be permitted to enter. Large hearts will be painted in the snow 12 feet apart and each couple will remain in their designated heart for the ceremony.
Masks are mandatory and must be worn at all times. Couples must practice physical distancing for the duration of the event.
Participating couples are required to pre-register and will be eligible to purchase 2-for-1 lift tickets for the day of the event. Due to event capacity restrictions, guests and spectators are not permitted to participate in or watch this year’s event.
Registration will open on Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 12:00pm MST. Registration will be $25 per couple and only 25 couples will be allowed to participate in this year’s event. We do expect this event to sell out quickly, so be sure to register right away! There will be no refunds or cancellations, so please be sure you will be participating before registering for the event.
Please visit Loveland Ski Area’s 30th Annual Marry Me and Ski Free Mountaintop Matrimony to read through our event details. And remember, spread love, not germs!