Any couple whose hearts beat for adventure will love Erin and John’s romantic elopement at Dunton Hot Springs. An 1800’s restored ghost town nestled in the middle of the mountains. Just over the mountain from Telluride, you are completely submersed in nature. Dunton Hot Springs offers a unique rustic experience for couples wanting a romantic getaway. With 13 luxury cabins and natural hot springs, it is the ideal getaway for couples.
Erin and John wanted to share a private day nestled in the mountains, which made Dunton an easy choice. On the afternoon of their elopement, John helped Erin into her dress in their private cabin. Enjoying every moment of the day together. We strolled down the dirt road to the town chapel, where they exchanged rings and heartfelt sentiments. Afterward, we stopped by the frozen waterfall and old library. They signed their marriage license in the original saloon where Butch Cassidy carved his name. How cool is that!? Once they made it official, we drove up the mountain to take pictures at 10,269ft. There was not a single person in sight as Erin and John frolicked in the open fields. Erin’s lace wedding dress and John’s maroon suit looked incredible against the fall landscape.
Once we returned to Dunton, they changed into swimsuits for a private soak in the hot springs. Dunton offers several options for soaking, including the 19th-century bathhouse and outdoor hot springs. It was the perfect way to unwind from the day. This old mining town nestled in the San Juan mountains was the perfect destination for their romantic elopement at Dunton Hot Springs.