Compare 2014 Trek 2 to 2013 Trek 2


2014 description: 'This program intense itinerary will give you a chance to shoot shotguns and black powder rifles, ride horses, and climb spar poles! Camp at gorgeous Hawkeye Camp before reloading and firing your own shotgun shells at Harlan’s picturesque shooting range. Work with our Conservation Department on a new trail before camping at Aspen Springs. Then hike through Hidden Valley, by Window Rock, and past the Cimarroncito Reservoir before touring Waite Phillips Hunting Lodge. Enjoy the cool North Fork Cimarroncito Creek to Cyphers Mine where you will learn to blacksmith, mine for gold, and be treated to an evening of entertainment at the Stomp. Climb up and over Comanche Peak and Mount Phillips before reaching Clear Creek for the night. There, the booming .50 caliber black powder rifles will be a great end to your day (or start to the next)! Enjoy relaxing under enormous Douglas Fir trees and learning about how homesteaders survived in the mountains at Crooked Creek. You will then head to Beaubien to test your roping skills, eat a chuck wagon dinner, enjoy a cowboy campfire, and ride horses down beautiful Bonito Canyon. Side hike to Fish Camp to tie flies and fish the same waters Mr. Phillips loved so much. Check out the B24 bomber wreckage on top of Trail Peak and continue on to Crater Lake, where the Continental Tie and Lumber Company will greet you. You will climb spar poles, cut railroad ties, and enjoy the loggers Company Meeting Campfire while overlooking the Tooth of Time. Enjoy the view at Aguila and drink a cool root beer at Abreu before being treated to the Rededication to Scouting Ceremony and a delicious Dutch Oven dessert! Tour western pioneer Kit Carson's home before making the triumphant return to Base Camp!'

2013 description: 'This program intense itinerary will give you a chance to shoot shotguns and black powder rifles, ride horses, and climb spar poles! You’ll start your trek by reloading and firing your own shotgun shells at Harlan’s picturesque shooting range. From Aspen Springs, hike past Window Rock and the Cimarroncito Reservoir before touring Waite Phillips Hunting Lodge. Enjoy the cool North Fork Cimarroncito Creek to Cyphers Mine where you will learn to blacksmith, mine for gold, and be treated to an evening of entertainment at the Stomp. Climb up and over Comanche Peak and Mount Phillips before reaching Clear Creek for the night. There, the booming .50 caliber black powder rifles will be a great end to your day (or start to the next)! Enjoy relaxing under several enormous Douglas Firs and learning how homesteaders survived in the mountains at Crooked Creek. You will then head to Beaubien to test your roping skills, eat a chuck wagon dinner, enjoy a cowboy campfire, and ride horses down beautiful Bonito Canyon. Work on a project with the Conservation Department before checking out the B24 bomber wreckage on top of Trail Peak. Hike on to Crater Lake, where the Continental Tie and Lumber Company will greet you. You will climb spar poles, cut railroad ties, and enjoy the loggers Company Meeting campfire at overlooking the Tooth of Time. Wrap around Fowler Mesa, enjoy the view at Aguila, and drink a cool root beer at Abreu before continuing on to Zastrow. There you will be treated to a Rededication to Scouting Ceremony and a'

Day2014 Trek 2 Campsite2013 Trek 2 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2Hawkeye CampVisto Grande 
3Harlan  
4Aspen Springs Conservation included in 2014 trek 2
 
5Cyphers Mine  
6Clear Creek  
7Crooked Creek  
8Beaubien  
9Beaubien Hike to included in 2014 trek 2
Conservation not included in 2014 trek 2
 
10Crater Lake  
11Zastrow  
12Homebound Tent City