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Ok, onward! ☟

 
 
 

Check-In + Getting to Camp

On the first day of camp, meet us for check-in at Ironton Distillery. We will have lighter lunch fare and coffee available but don’t forget to eat some breakfast! We'll be introducing camp leaders and meeting fellow campers.

Check In Time: 10:30AM - 11:00AM, August 15th

You may want to fly in the night before (Wednesday) to make sure you will make it on time to check in.

Please consider taking a Lyft or Uber to minimize parking issues. From Ironton, we'll load into a private bus and head to camp!

 
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What to Pack

They say that "if you don't like the weather in Colorado, just wait five minutes." Colorado weather is hit or miss but August in Deckers, CO you can expect highs in the high 80's and lows in the high 40’s. We don’t expect snow this time of year but we may experience some afternoon rain showers.

Here's what we'd suggest you pack:

  • Sunglasses + Hat

  • Swim wear

  • Shorts

  • Layers (fleece, flannel, etc.)

  • Rain Jacket

  • A pillow

  • Sunblock

  • Hiking Sandals or Running Shoes

  • A Towel and soap/shampoo (if you plan to shower)

  • Puffy jacket

  • Camera

And… a few optional items:

  • Yoga mat (the camp has a few on site)

  • Ear plugs if you're a light sleeper

  • Headlamp

  • Your favorite book

 

Getting back home

On Sunday, we'll have some time to pack up before we head back to Denver on the bus.

We'll be meeting back at Ironton Distillery (the same place we left from) at 2PM on Sunday. This should give you time to say your final goodbyes and catch your flight back if you're headed to DIA. Ironton has also offered to provide attendees with a camp discount if you’d like to hang around and have a cocktail before you depart. Just show them your RAD Summit registration! Trust us, it’s much cheaper than a drink at the airport and you won’t be disappointed.

 

 
 

Spending extra time in Denver?

If you’re flying in the day before (we recommend it) or want to stay after camp, here are a couple pro-tips from us locals:

Where fly into: Denver International Airport (DIA)

Favorite ways to get around:

  • Uber / Lyft

Favorite places to stay:

Favorite places to Eat/Drink:

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