Hatcher Pass is one of the most epic spots for an elopement. It gives you all the feels of wandering around Alaska’s great wilderness. Summit Lake is only open 3 months of the year, but it shares a special vista I can’t get enough of. And autumn! The tundra colors are on fire. Catch it all on a clear day and you’re sure to see some paragliders like we did.
James and Jonella were married just a few weeks before, but waited to do their portraits on a more private and relaxed day. We explored the mountains, sipped bubbly, and even ate a mini cake made special for the occasion. These type of sessions are couples favorites because they get to savor every moment (and wear their gowns again too!) It’s a great alternative when you don’t have time to reach your favorite locations on the wedding day.
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her Pass wedding. Hatcher Pass Elopement. Fall is an especially beautiful time to wed in Alaska. The fall colors peak in late September.