Compare 2009 Trek 21 to 2008 Trek 27


2009 description: 'This very popular itinerary offers two sets of layover days so your crew can maximize their program opportunities! Burro packing and participating in challenge events will strengthen your crew for this strenuous itinerary. Number 21 takes you back to the bygone days of the early New Mexico loggers and mountain men. Gold panning and mining as well as a Baldy Mountain side hike are featured. A two night stay at Cimarroncito will allow your crew to rock climb and hike pristine Hidden Valley. Horse rides and a chuck wagon dinner are on tap before your Tooth of Time victory hike.'

2008 description: 'This very popular itinerary offers two sets of layover days so your crew can maximize their program opportunities! Burro packing and participating in challenge events will strengthen your crew for this strenuos itinerary. Number 27 takes you back to the bygone days of the early New Mexico loggers and mountain men. Gold panning and mining as well as a Baldy Mountain side hike are featured. A two night stay at Cimarroncito will allow your crew to rock climb and hike pristine Hidden Valley. Horse rides and a chuck wagon dinner are on tap before your Tooth of Time victory hike.'

Day2009 Trek 21 Campsite2008 Trek 27 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2Sioux Camp  
3Flume Canyon Camp Continental Tie & Lumber not included in 2009 trek 21
 
4Head of Dean Camp Continental Tie & Lumber included in 2009 trek 21
 
5Ute Meadows Camp  
6Ute Meadows Camp  
7Santa Claus CampUpper Dean Cow 
8Upper Bench Camp  
9Cimarroncito Camp Environmental Awareness not included in 2009 trek 21
 
10Cimarroncito Camp  
11Ponderosa Park Camp  
12Homebound Tent City