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Rustic Mountain Honeymoon Help!

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Hi everyone and thanks in advance for your help.

My fiance and I are getting married this upcoming January and have just started discussing our honeymoon and we would greatly appreciate any help y'all could give us

Information:

1. We can go anytime after March (we are not going right after our wedding)
2. We are hoping for somewhere rustic, in the mountains or by a wonderful lake. Top Choices include: Montana, Colorado, Utah, etc. (We are pretty open about this, but we live in Texas so we would like a change of pace)
3. Budget is a concern. We would like to stay under 3,000 dollars for a week or so trip. All inclusives would be ideal.
4. We are big hikers and also would like it to be somewhat quiet and not too touristy.

Thanks y'all!

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