Compare 2009 Trek 2 to 2008 Trek 3


2009 description: 'The views are incredible from the two 10,000 ft. peaks that you cross on this exciting itinerary. It also offers a lot of “never to be forgotten” programs early in the itinerary such as 12 gauge shotgun shooting and reloading, rock climbing at Cimarroncito and .30-06 rifle shooting and reloading at Sawmill. Visit the Rocky Mountain Fur Company outpost at Clear Creek and an 1860's homestead at Crooked Creek, on your way to Philmont’s great western lore camp at Beaubien. Search and rescue skills are taught at Carson Meadows before your crew spends their last night at Zastrow where your crew will participate in a very moving “Rededication to the Values of Scouting” ceremony.'

2008 description: 'The views are incredible from the three 10,000 ft. peaks that you cross on this exciting itinerary. It also offers lots of "never to be forgotten" programs early in the itinerary such as 12 gauge shotgun shooting and reloading, rock climbing at Cimarroncito and 30.06 rifle shooting and reloading at Sawmill. Visit the Rocky Mountain Fur Company outpost at Clear Creek and an 1860's homestead at Crooked Creek on your way to Philmont's great western camp at Beaubien. Search and Rescue skills are taught at Carson Meadows Camp before your crew spends their last night at Zastrow Camp where your crew will participate in a very moving 'Rededication to the Values of Scouting' ceremony.'

Day2009 Trek 2 Campsite2008 Trek 3 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2Vaca Camp  
3Deer Lake Camp  
4Webster Parks CampCimarroncitoEnvironmental Awareness not included in 2009 trek 2
 
5Sawmill Camp  
6Comanche Peak Camp Water not included in 2009 trek 2
 
7Comanche Camp Water included in 2009 trek 2
 
8Beaubien Camp  
9Beaubien Camp Conservation included in 2009 trek 2
 
10Carson Meadows  
11Zastrow  
12Homebound Tent City