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The Latest Way to Camp Near Rocky Mountain National Park? On a Cliff.

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Attention all adrenaline junkies: Thanks to a new program from Kent Mountain Adventure Center, you now have the chance to camp out on a sheer rock face near Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park in Roosevelt National Forest

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Up to three people can book the package, which includes a rock-climbing lesson, dinner, and all equipment. As for the “bed,” a guide will help set up a canvas-bottomed portaledge, where you’ll sleep hundreds of feet in the air. (One brave soul has already booked it for a proposal this summer.) If the thought of spending the night is too much, a lunch-only option is also available.   

Rates: overnight from $600/person; lunch only from $300/person

Brooke Porter
Brooke Porter Katz is an Associate Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter at @brookeporter1.

Photos courtesy of Kent Mountain Adventure Center

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