Radiant Harper Lake
Located in Louisville, Harper Lake is the perfect gathering spot to take photos with loved ones! The lake offers picturesque views throughout its perimeter. With a 1-mile trail loop around the lake that is ideal for a sunny walk or bike ride and furry critters are found all over due to being part of a wildlife refuge, Haper Lake has something to offer for everyone. It is a location that presents Colorado’s natural beauty and appeal without having to drive deep into the mountains. Check out more photos of Harper Lake!
Expansive Views and Magestic Trees
The loop allows for gorgeous 360º views of the surrounding neighborhoods as well as the Flatirons. The open landscape with few trees allows for maximum sunshine. The trees that do inhabit the area are mature and enchanting though. They are grand; thick, wrinkled bark coats each tree like a thumbprint. We are positive this radiant location would be amazing in all four seasons, despite the fact that we’ve only had the pleasure of photographing here once. We would love to capture more moments here!
While there are no pets allowed due to the location’s status as a wildlife sanctuary the trail itself is easy to access! It is flat and wide making it accessible for those who prefer a more relaxed hike. Photos taken here at Harper Lake will look their best during the afternoon and sunset times. As a result, the mountains and light create a glow that is unique to Colorado.
According to Niche, Louisville is one of the best places to live! Louisville offers residents a close-knit suburban atmosphere; where many residents own their own homes. There is a plethora of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks as Louisville is a modern community offset by a historic downtown. The burgeoning restaurants and boutiques have aided in making a name for this charming town. Harper lake lies in the Leon A Wurl Wildlife Sanctuary. Walkers, runners, and bikers all frequent the mellow trail that loops around the lake.
If you’re looking for something similar to this location, check out Sawhill Ponds.