Esterbrook Church, built in the 1940s, is popular among photographers!
The handmade log structure, built in 1943, sits beautifully at the base of Laramie Peak. With a spectacular view from the 13ft by 5ft window looking out over the mountain meadow to the peak, it has become a popular site for summer weddings.
Esterbook, a mountain community nestled near the base of Laramie Peak. If you’re looking to get an early start, consider renting the Whistle Stop Cabin, which provides accommodations for up to eight.
The church proves both quaint and magnificent. The altar includes a large window, framing Laramie Peak as it towers to over 10,000 feet on the western skyline. Summertime visitors enjoy an array of wildflowers that bloom on the meadows surrounding the church each summer.
Esterbrook is located in Converse County in southeastern Wyoming. The town was founded as a mining town, has a population of around 52 and is home to a beautiful little church, Esterbrook Community Church, that was built with a window behind the altar that frames Laramie Peak.