DENVER -- Colorado is one the most beautiful states in the country and with Valentines Day just a day away, we got to thinking: where are the most romantic places in Colorado to pop the question?
Rocky Mountain National Park
There are no shortages of aw-inspiring places at this park to make the grandest of romantic gestures. Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses 415 square miles of north central Colorado.
Garden of the Gods Park
This is a perfect spot to pop the question as you watch the sunrise and sunset overlooking the beautiful red rocks of Garden of the Gods Park. A small parking lot off Mesa Road called the Mesa Overlook, north of the Garden of the Gods Collection, will be the spot you need to drive to in order to get to this destination.
Your sweetheart won’t leave you hanging when they take in the beauty of this popular tourist destination. The Hanging Lake trailhead is located approximately 10 miles east of Glenwood Springs along Interstate-70 in Glenwood Canyon
Red Rocks Amphitheater
You might want to wait until the mosh pit clears out before you ask for their hand in marriage. This world-renowned amphitheater provides great acoustics, so you shouldn’t have any problems hearing the answer.
Black Canyon National Park
They say you can feel the pulse of time when you visit this national park. Black Canyon has some of the steepest cliffs in the country, so when your partner says yes, it will echo forever in your heart. Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is located in southwest Colorado.
Any Colorado 14er
If they say no, it’s going to be awkward hike back. But don’t worry, that won’t happen. The natural beauty seen atop a 14er will be make their heart flutter. Shout your love from the atop the mountain.
Romantic train ride through the Royal Gorge
The Royal Gorge near Cañon City is something that has to be seen in order to be believed, and even more romantic when seen from the windows or open-air car of the Royal Gorge Route Railroad, city officials say. You can enjoy a romantic wine dinner onboard and pick the perfect time to ask the question alongside the Arkansas River.