Brides in ski boots, grooms entering on mountain bikes? All fit the bill here! Granby Ranch is the ideal setting for an intimate, unique, adventurous, and memorable Rocky Mountain wedding. Host your chairlift wedding, mountain-top ceremony, reception, and rehearsal dinner all on-site at Granby Ranch. Make your wedding weekend an unforgettable experience for you and your guests with all we have to offer. Incorporate mountain biking, hiking, golfing, and fishing into your specialized wedding in the Rocky Mountains.
Contact our coordinators at email@example.com or call 970.887.5210 to start planning your one-of-a-kind wedding day!
One-of-a-kind setting. Your wedding weekend at Granby Ranch will be everything but ordinary. Nestled in a secluded mountain valley with chairlift access to sweeping views from Winter Park to Grand Lake, Granby Ranch is the ideal setting for an intimate Rocky Mountain wedding. We offer multiple discounted lodging options, a rehearsal dinner venue, ceremony and reception sites and services. Add to that some 18-hole championship golf, hundreds of acres of mountain biking trails, lift-served hiking, cross country and downhill skiing, and three miles of gold-medal fishing.
Intimate setting. Granby Ranch is a world away from mega-resorts or wedding factories. Families never feel overwhelmed or like just another wedding party. We host only one wedding each day, so you can be certain to have our undivided attention from start to finish.
Personal attention. Brides and grooms typically visit Granby Ranch several times to attend planning meetings, tastings, and enjoy weekend getaways. We will ensure every detail of your wedding is well thought out and perfectly planned.
Our professional event planning team will help you plan the wedding of your dreams, with personalized amenities and services for an exhilarating wedding retreat. Contact us at 970.887.5210 for more information and to schedule a site tour.
Granby Ranch is located just 90 minutes from Denver, Colorado and 20 minutes from Winter Park and the western entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park.
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