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COFFEE CAMP + CLIMB WITH IRONSMITH COFFEE ROASTERS (EXPERIENCE)

, 2018, February 7 /

#GETOUTSIDETHEGRIND, A COLLABO EXPERIENCE WITH IRONSMITH COFFEE ROASTERS + BOULDER’S HIDEAWAY 

CALLING ALL CLIMBERS + COFFEE CONNOISSEURS

 

So you’re into coffee, like REALLY into it.
And you like to climb rocks. Bouldering that is.
This one is for you.

We’ve all said it. We’ve all drank it. Proud or not, shit camp coffee is part of the expected experience + sacrifice of being in the great outdoors. Well, not anymore. Luckily, we know the best baristas in all of Southern California. And double bonus, they’re really into climbing too. We’ve teamed up with our dream team dudes who are running one of the best coffee shops in all of San Diego to bring you an experience you won’t soon forget. Join us as we caravan to our favorite desert escape for a weekend of camping, climbing + endless coffee drinking. Because, let’s be honest, is one cup ever really enough?

Details below.

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when:

Saturday, March 10th – Sunday, March 11th. 

time:

Meet at Ironsmith Coffee Roasters at 7AM on Saturday, hit the road by 7:45AM 

where:

Meet: Ironsmith Coffee Roasters

Sleep: Boulders Hideaway Joshua Tree

Climb: Joshua Tree National Park

distance:

~150 miles drive to Joshua Tree from Encinitas

who:

Novice to Expert climbers. This trip is not for beginners, previous knowledge, experience + confidence in bouldering is required.
Space is limited to 10 – RSVP + pre-pay and completion of a liability release required to reserve your spot. 

cost:

$65/per person for the weekend
Paid via Venmo with memo “SOL COFFEE CAMP + CLIMB” by Friday, 2/23/18 to reserve your spot
      *Contact Eunique to confirm your spot before.

pack:

* layers for cooler weather
* bouldering climbing gear (climbing shoes, chalk + bag, etc.)
* headlamp, lantern or flashlight
* tent camping gear (tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, tents, blankets for cold night temperatures)
* reusable dinnerware (plate, bowl, cutlery, water bottle + coffee cup)
* Beverages to keep you hydrated + to enjoy post climb
* Basic outdoor essentials (water, sunblock, clothes for layering cool + warmer temperatures, etc.)

other details:

About the experience:

Cost includes lunch, dinner + adult beverages on Saturday and Breakfast + snacks on Sunday. Endless coffee all weekend with a live demo on 3 ways to create the perfect camp coffee by Matt Delarosa. Each guest is responsible for their own gear, knowledge of climbing and safety and should be in good health before considering participation. Please consult with your physician if you have any concerns and consider taking a rock climbing introduction call at your local gym. See below for a couple good resources + references to prepare you to get outside the grind. 

Resources:

Leave No Trace Principles (read, practice + hold others accountable)
Injury Prevention + Treatment
Bouldering Introductory Clinics at Vital Climbing Gym 
Training for Outdoor Climbs with Mesa Rim 
Desert Camping Essential Pack List 
   * Every guest is responsible for him/her own safety and wellbeing. Please take proper measures to prepare yourself for this experience beforehand and listen to your body as you dive into it + back off if you need to. We’re here to safely have fun.

About the campground:

Boulder’s Hideaway is located just 7 minutes away from downtown Joshua Tree and the Visitor’s Center, and 15 minutes from the entrance of Joshua Tree National Park. The homestead is totally off of the grid – there is no running water or electricity. There is a charming, traditional outhouse on property and coin-operated showers nearby at Coyote Corner if you need a proper rinse off. Please always stay within the borders of the clearly marked dirt road and do not go beyond the top of the hill behind the cabin. We ask that you respect the property and leave everything as you found it. There will be no collecting of wood or other natural resources from or around the property. Our guests are to access the campground and areas we specify only – all other areas of the property are off limits. We appreciate you respecting the space + preservation of the Joshua Tree area.

questions? email hello@strandedonland.com

About eunique deeann

Creative Director, Editor in Chief + Founder of Stranded on Land. Writer, photographer, creative producer, yogi + serial roadtripper. Comfort zone pusher on a mission to explore to create, storytell to inspire. Home base: Leucadia, CA.

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