The Rocky Mountains near Aspen, Colorado is one of the best places for proposals in the snow.
10 Dreamy Places For Winter Proposals In The US That Are Snow Romantic

Say “yes” in an unforgettable winter wonderland.

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Whether you're popping the question this winter or you're getting ready to say "yes" to the love of your life, you know something romantic is on the horizon. Soon enough, you'll be down on one knee, or slipping a ring onto your finger while professing your love through all the happy tears. When planning the perfect proposal, you also want to think about the perfect destination to pop the question. Maybe it'll happen when you're visiting one of the dreamiest places for winter proposals in the United States, which will have you exploring your love story amongst the snowflakes.

Chances are you’ve been dreaming of the perfect destination for your winter proposal. Maybe you’d wake up at a ski resort in the mountains to breakfast in bed, and your SO would pull out a box with a sparkly piece of jewelry inside. They'd ask you to be theirs, and you'd reply with a happy "yes." The rest of the morning would be spent cuddling, on FaceTime family and friends, and posting pics on social media announcing you're engaged. As always, make sure to follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)’s most recent travel guidelines as well as any local health guidelines.

Once you’re in the perfect winter destination, you’ll spend a few days being swept off your feet by the epic #views and quaint coffee shops in the area, and maybe share a dance with your love in a local bar like they do in the movies. If that sounds snow romantic to you, then check into one of these 10 places for winter proposals in the United States right away for inspiration.

Burlington, Vermont

Say "yes" to a road trip with your partner and head to Burlington, Vermont. This city is filled with bookstores, farm-to-table eateries, and places to make special memories with the love of your life. Together, you can stroll along the shore of Lake Champlain, or explore Church Street Marketplace.

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

If you and your partner love the outdoors, then you may consider going to Crater Lake National Park in Oregon. This destination should be on every adventurer's bucket list. Whether you're on a ranger-guided snowshoe walk, or getting your first peak of the otherworldly lake, it'll be hard not to pop the question to your partner. (Just be sure to double check the road closures and weather conditions before you go.)

Savannah, Georgia

Not all couples enjoy the brutal temperatures that come with winter. They might want to head to Savannah, Georgia, instead, and be charmed by the architecture and rich history of this romantic destination. Located on the coast, it's the ideal spot for relaxing with your love, enjoying holiday celebrations, and exploring squares that are decorated with beautiful trees and flower arrangements. Catch a flight and see what's in store.

Salt Lake City, Utah

A city surrounded by snowy mountains might be exactly what you're looking for for a dreamy proposal. You may want to take your SO skiing or snowboarding before checking into a luxurious hotel in Salt Lake City, Utah, for wine, facials, and a perfectly-planned proposal. Do yourself a favor and research the breweries and activities in the area before you go. That way, you can have a well-rounded trip, complete with a ring.

New York City, New York

Consider going to New York City for a winter proposal that's snow romantic. This city is magical anytime of the year with its towering skyscrapers and electric billboards. But in the wintertime when it's covered in snow, the busy streets near Times Square and Rockefeller Center are a perfect rush. They welcome big moments and memories you'll never forget, like getting engaged to the love of your life.

Anchorage, Alaska

Do you know what place is covered in glaciers and is also bound to show you and your love a good time? Anchorage, Alaska. It's a one-stop shop for seeing a moose for the first time, getting engaged, and soaking up the sun. Not to mention, if you're lucky, you may even see the Northern Lights and say "yes" to your partner while standing under the glowing ripples.

Portland, Maine

Some engagements are made for the movies, and Portland, Maine, will make you and your partner feel like you're in your very own romantic comedy. The lighthouses with giant wreaths and burning fireplaces in restaurants or quaint bars will make you never want to leave. They'll be the perfect setting for your proposal, and give you a chance to relax with your love.

Aspen, Colorado

Tucked away in Colorado, Aspen is an iconic ski and après-ski destination. With luxurious hotels, delicious restaurants, and charming brick buildings, getting engaged in Aspen sounds like a total dream, like one you’d see in the movies.

Malibu, California

With California’s standard sunny and 75 degree weather, it isn’t exactly a winter wonderland, but Malibu, California would be an epic engagement destination. The beaches aren’t crowded but the sunsets are just as beautiful during the winter months. So, after you have that dream ring on your finger, have a picnic on the beach to celebrate your love and all of the adventures to come.

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

With beautiful, snowy mountain views, you and your fiance will fall in love with Jackson Hole, Wyoming after sealing the deal. It’ll feel like you have the whole world to yourself, and you can celebrate happily in your little love bubble. It’s a memorable destination that you will truly never forget.

The CDC recommends traveling only after you’re fully vaccinated and your vaccine has become fully effective. If you’re not fully vaccinated and must travel, check the CDC guidelines before you book. Check your destination’s vaccination and testing requirementsbefore you depart.

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