June 1-7, 2014

 

 

 
Where You'll Be

The Colorado Roots Music Camp is held at the Rocky Mountain Mennonite Camp on Pikes Peak Massif.  Surrounded by spruce, fir and aspen trees in the clear cool air 9,620 feet above sea level, it's the perfect setting for music made from wooden instruments and human voices.

Classes will be taught in several locations around the main camp, including the chapel (above right).  Large groups and meetings will be held in the beautiful new dining hall (right).

The camp features dormitory-style lodging in a variety of chalets and log buildings. The Edelweiss, Pleiades and Tall Timbers buildings are pictured below.

A short walk away are stunning rock formations and some of the best hiking trails in the Pikes Peak region, including The Crags and the trail up the western side of Pikes Peak. 

 

The Crags trail is a very popular hike in Teller County, which features many of this characteristic rock formation. It's a three-mile one-way hike to a spectacular view overlooking Ute Pass and the surrounding mountain ranges.