Compare 2011 Trek 18 to 2010 Trek 18


2011 description: 'Two sets of layover days allow your crew to participate in lots of program on this 67 mile trek. The Continental Tie & Lumber Company at Crater Lake, where you actually climb tall spar poles with gaffs and a climbing belt, starts off your trek. There are two opportunities to shoot black powder rifles as you visit Black Mountain and Clear Creek camps. Western lore, complete with horse rides, branding, and a chuck wagon dinner, await your crew at Philmont's famous Beaubien. Side hikes to Trail Peak from Beaubien and Hidden Valley from Cimarroncito, as well as rock climbing and an opportunity to visit the Demonstration Forest, make this itinerary one of the most program packed!'

2010 description: 'Two sets of layover days allow your crew to participate in lots of program on this 67 mile trek. The Continental Tie & Lumber Company at Crater Lake, where you actually climb tall spar poles with gaffs and a climbing belt, starts off your trek. There are two opportunities to shoot black powder rifles as you visit Black Mountain and Clear Creek camps. Western lore, complete with horse rides, branding and a chuck wagon dinner, await your crew at Philmont's famous Beaubien. Side hikes to Trail Peak from Beaubien and Hidden Valley from Cimarroncito, as well as rock climbing, make this itinerary one of the most program packed!'

Day2011 Trek 18 Campsite2010 Trek 18 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2Lover's Leap Camp  
3Crater Lake Camp  
4Black Mountain Camp  
5Beaubien Camp  
6Beaubien Camp Food Pickup not included in 2011 trek 18
 
7Porcupine Camp Food Pickup included in 2011 trek 18
 
8Mt Phillips Camp Water included in 2011 trek 18
 
9Cimarroncito Camp  
10Cimarroncito Camp Conservation included in 2011 trek 18
Demonstration Forest included in 2011 trek 18
 
11Tooth Ridge Camp Water included in 2011 trek 18
 
12Homebound Tent City