We can’t talk about Utah’s beautiful scenery without talking about the mountains. From the red rocks in Southern Utah to the snowy peaks of Park City, the state is filled with rugged landscapes and vistas, all of which make breathtaking settings for your big day. These mountain wedding venues in Utah are some of the most scenic places to get married in the state—keep reading to learn more about the fabulous perks (and unforgettable views) that they offer.
Check out our list of the must-see mountain wedding venues in utah.
Alta Peruvian Lodge
You’ll be totally surrounded by scenery if you choose to get married at this wedding venue in Alta, about 30 miles southeast of Salt Lake City. From the ceremony site located right at the base of Mt. Superior and Little Cottonwood Canyon, to the rustic banquet room with wraparound windows, there’s no shortage of mountain views at the Alta Peruvian Lodge. The venue can host weddings for a maximum of 200 people and is available from June to September, making it a perfect spot for a summer celebration. Couples who were previously married at Alta Peruvian Lodge rave about the venue’s flexibility—you can reserve it up to three days before your wedding to allow extra time for decor setup, and there’s no event cutoff time at the end of the night.
Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch
Plan an entire wedding weekend getaway with your closest loved ones at the Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch. The 168-acre wedding venue located in Boulder, Utah is a gorgeous place for a multi-day event—think welcome dinner, wedding, and bruncheon send-off—or a single-day celebration. The ranch, which is open year-round, can accommodate 50 people for overnight stays in its various cabins, lodges, and even tipis. Catering is provided by the venue’s on-site restaurant, Sweetwater Kitchen. If you’re planning to stay throughout the weekend, entertain your guests with fun outdoor activities like fly fishing, horseback riding, and a competitive round of yard games.
Stein Eriksen Lodge
For a luxurious mountain wedding experience, Stein Eriksen Lodge is a must-see. The venue offers a range of five-star amenities, including a spa, two restaurants, a wine cellar, and elegant ballrooms. Exchange your vows on the mountainside deck before heading into the cozy alpine-style lodge for the reception. Stein Eriksen Lodge is a full-service wedding venue that offers in-house catering, event planning, and day-of staff, so you can focus on relaxing and enjoying your special day as much as possible.
Zion Red Rock
Situated on 15 acres of private land, Zion Red Rock is a gorgeous location if you're envisioning a desert wedding in Southern Utah. The venue has several locations for your ceremony and reception, all of them surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of Zion National Park and the canyons in the distance. The venue's Red Rock Oasis, a 14,000-square-foot mansion with vaulted ceilings and an observation deck, offering 360-degree views that you'll remember forever. There's also an intimate lakefront location, an event lawn, and a paved patio with a wooden pavilion. Zion Red Rock also has overnight accommodations for up to 56 people, so you can keep the party going all weekend long.
If you’re looking for year-round mountain wedding venues in Utah, we recommend checking out Snowbasin Resort in Huntsville. This location serves up incredible views in every season, whether you’re having a snowy winter wedding or a sunny midsummer celebration. The resort also has a variety of event spaces to choose from, including two lodges, a patio, and a mountaintop overlook. Wedding packages at Snowbasin Resort include catering, china, linens, and event coordination.
Towering red rocks and cascading waterfalls at this mountain wedding venue in Utah will bring a magical outdoorsy vibe to your big day. Along with the ceremony lawn, Louland Falls has an event pavilion and dressing rooms onsite, and the venue provides chairs, tables, linens, and in-house catering. The venue is available between May and October and has a maximum capacity of 350 guests.
If you want mountain views without the rugged venue vibe, Homestead Resort in Midway gives you the best of both worlds. The venue itself is a classic homestead-style hotel (hence the name) that dates back to the 1880s. It’s surrounded by some of Utah’s most scenic mountains, the Wasatch Range, so you’ll still experience breathtaking views from every angle. Catering, event coordination, and decor rentals (flatware, linens, china) are all offered through the venue. Relax before and after your wedding in one of the venue’s condos or guestrooms—and don’t miss the chance to soak in the resort’s hidden geothermal crater for a one-of-a-kind experience.