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Afternoon Beers (AKA Camp 11 Roof) 

Camp 11 Boulder  

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Submitted By: Tom R on Oct 9, 2009

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Camp 11 is the large campsite located near mile marker 11 on Rampart Range Road and was the site of the first annual (hopefully) Devil's Head Blowout in September 2009. The area offers ample camping for large groups and quick easy access to the newer developed crags like Whypyer Buttress and the Jungle. Just south and downhill of the fire pit is a west facing boulder with an obvious roof. Scattered within the forest around camp are several boulders that look promising.

Getting There 

From Sedalia, take CO Highway 67 west to Rampart Range Road (FR 300). Go south for 11 miles. Camp 11 is just south of the Topaz Point Picnic area on the left.

Climbing Season

For the Devil's Head area.

Weather station 7.1 miles from here

2 Total Routes

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Groping for the lip.

Afternoon Beers (AKA Camp 11 Roof) V1 5  CO : South Platte : ... : Camp 11 Boulder
Discovered and cleaned by Tom Hanson over beers before the start of the first Devil's Head Blowout. This is sure to become the "Midnight Lightning" of Camp 11. Well, probably not. But it is still worth checking out while you are in camp....[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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By gordwah
From: colorado
Jul 18, 2011
Best boulder problem in DH.
By gordwah
From: colorado
Jan 3, 2012
I think there could be a problem one foot to the left of Afternoon Beers if you cut down that tree.
By Tom Hanson
Jan 5, 2012

Just borrow your old man's Svensaw.
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