Compare 2009 Trek 15 to 2008 Trek 20


2009 description: 'Splendid mountain vistas and exciting programs await your crew as you trek this south country loop. Interpretive history programs are highlighted at Crater Lake, home of the Continental Tie and Lumber Company where spar pole climbing is featured. Next learn about fly fishing and tour the beautiful Fish Camp Lodge. You will then be on to Beaubien for horse rides and a chuck wagon dinner. At Crooked Creek you will learn homesteading skills and even get to milk a cow. Spend the night at Clear Creek on day 9 and enjoy the Rocky Mountain Fur Company program and black powder rifle shooting. Your crew can elect to climb Mt. Phillips and Big Red. The last day brings a spectacular hike over the Tooth of Time into Base Camp..'

2008 description: 'Splendid mountain vistas and exciting programs await your crew as you trek this south country loop. Interpretive history programs are highlighted at Crater Lake, home of the Continental Tie and Lumber Company where spar pole climbing and the Philmont Story Campfire are featured. Next learn about fly fishing and tour the beautiful Fish Camp Lodge. On to Beaubien for horse rides and a chuck wagon dinner. At Crooked Creek you will learn homesteading skills and even get to milk a cow. Spend the night at Clear Creek Camp on day 9 and enjoy the Rocky Mountain Fur Co. program and black powder rifle shooting. Your crew can elect to climb Mt. Phillips and Big Red. The last day brings a spectacular hike over the Tooth of Time into Base Camp.'

Day2009 Trek 15 Campsite2008 Trek 20 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2Lover's Leap Camp  
3Urraca Camp  
4Crater Lake CampBear Caves 
5Bear Canyon CampAgua Fria 
6Beaubien Camp  
7Beaubien Camp Conservation included in 2009 trek 15
 
8Crooked Creek Camp Food Pickup not included in 2009 trek 15
 
9Clear Creek Camp  
10Red Hills Camp Food Pickup included in 2009 trek 15
 
11Ponderosa Park CampShaefers Pass 
12Homebound Tent City Tooth of Time not included in 2009 trek 15