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Colorful Camp Hale Colorado Fall Wedding

Camp Hale in Colorado is the perfect venue for couples looking to have a stunning mountain wedding. Located just 15 miles outside the popular ski town of Vail, Colorado, Camp Hale is a wedding venue in the ideal location. It’s close to a picturesque mountain village but also feels beautifully remote because the White River National Forest surrounds it.

One of the reasons Ashely and Chris chose to get married at Camp Hale is because Chris loves to fly fish. They even did a little fishing during cocktail hour, and caught a fish! He was super involved in choosing photo locations around the property, and he even had a fish flask he wanted to make sure to capture in their couple portraits. Typically, the bride is the one who is most excited about photo locations and wedding day details, but this time, it was the groom! Ashley and I kept joking that “It’s Chris’s day; we’re just living in it!”

Keep reading to be inspired by this joyous fall wedding at Camp Hale, Colorado!

Fun fact: “Camp Hale is the former training grounds for the 10th Mountain Army Division. After serving in World War II, these soldiers returned home and initiated the Colorado ski industry, including Vail Mountain. This rich and historic land offers an unforgettable setting for a mountain wedding like no other.”

If you are looking for timeless wedding photos that are effortless and undeniably you, then let’s chat! Inquire for your special day here.

Camp Hale Colorado Vendors:

Hi, I’m Claire! Lead of the Claire Hunt Photography Team

We strive and aim to approach every day with a welcoming heart and calming presence. This is one of the most important days of your life and as a team, we believe your experience is our focus.

When we say that we’re more than just photographers, this means serving and guiding instead of just showing up to snap a few photos. This means delivering all of the best images with no cap. This means helping you craft a personalized timeline that fits every vision and hope you ever had for your day. And lastly, this means knowing when to prompt you so that you feel confident in front of the camera (goodbye forced poses). Also, when to stand back capturing your candid moments unfolding.

Reach out to me here!


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