DAY 1 - Friday, July 20

4pm – 10pm: Meet & Greet @ New Terrain Brewing in Golden, CO

We’ll kick off the festivities at New Terrain Brewing. Make sure to stop by the registration table in the Terminus Room to check in and pick up your swag bag, t-shirt and raffle ticket. Your first beer, soda and light snacks are on us. More beer and food can be purchased from our hosts and visiting food trucks. 

Event Check-in: Don’t skip this step. This is the only way to get your goodie bag and be entered into the raffle for many awesome prizes from our sponsors. Each paid registrant will receive one raffle ticket but additional tickets can be purchased to help support future Camp allroad events.

Parking: There is an ample-sized parking lot at the brewery, but it can fill quickly on weekends. If that’s the case, please park along North Table Mountain Parkway, perpendicular to the brewery or at the Tony Grampsas Fields and then wander on over via the trail. Please do NOT park in neighboring business lots to avoid getting towed.

If you have a dog, they are welcome!

 

Make sure to fill up your car before heading to sleep for the night. We’ll have a busy morning and lots of driving the next day!

 

New Terrain Brewing

16401 Table Mountain Pkwy

Golden, CO 80403

 

Self-Pay food trucks at NTB:

King Of Wings Truck

ShaWING Truck

GoinSouthFood

 


 

 

 

DAY 2 - Saturday, July 21

8:00am – 10:30am: Show & Shine @ New Terrain Brewing in Golden, CO

We’ll gather back at New Terrain Brewing, but this time we’ll have the parking lot all to ourselves so park your car, grab donuts & coffee, say hello to friends old and new, and check out the Audis!

9:30am: Prize Raffle @ New Terrain Brewing in Golden, CO

Raffle will begin promptly at 9:30am. Must present your ticket to claim prizes. YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN. 

11am – Leave for Estes Park, CO and Peak to Peak Hwy Drive

We’ll kick off our first official group drive to Estes Park by heading toward Nederland via Hwy 72/Coal Creek Canyon Rd. We will attempt to all stay together for this part of the drive to make sure we can enjoy lunch together in Ned.

12pm – 1pm – Lunch @ Whitewater Wraps in Nederland, CO

Quick stop for food and to fuel up. Camp allroad will be providing a burrito for each paid registrant so make sure to let us know your protein preference (check your email for survey). We’ll park and eat at the site of Nederland Farmers Market at 200 East St.

1pm – 3pm – Drive from Nederland to Estes Park

We will leave Nederland via CO-119 to Estes Park as a group but this part of the drive can be done at your own pace. There are lots of great points of interest on the way so feel free to stop wherever you desire. There are no scheduled activities or meet up spots on this leg of the trip, go solo or tag along with new friends.

5pm – 9pm: Bluewater Bash @Bluewater Performance in Denver, CO

Stretch your legs in Estes Park then head on out for Bluewater Bash. This is a Co-hosted event by Bluewater Performance and Camp allroad.

Bring your folding chair or walk and talk!

Self-pay food truck will on premise. Beer/Soda/Water, live music, and additional giveaways provided at the event.

 

Bluewater Performance

6425 Washington St #18

Denver, CO 80229

 


 

 

 

DAY 3 - Sunday, July 22

9:30am: Mount Evans Group Drive

Bring layers and good shoes. It can get pretty cold and windy even this time of the year, and the terrain can be unpredictable. We will meet at Echo Lake Park at 9:30 am to allow a bit of extra time for the drive to Echo lake.

 

Echo Lake

13264 Chicago Creek Rd

Idaho Springs, CO 80452

 

Parking: When you arrive please park along the north side of Squaw Pass Road (See map). Once we have a everyone accounted for the Park service will come down and provide passes to all registered cars. This is paid for as part of your registration.

To the peak: At the completion of the ascent in your car you can choose to do the ¼ mile hike to the summit. It’s not rated as a “difficult” hike but keep in mind you are at 14,000 feet above sea level. Bring water, take your time and we hope we’ll see some wildlife on the way up!