Compare 2016 Trek 24 to 2015 Trek 24


This trek is overflowing with wonderful program opportunities including, Baldy Mountain and The Tooth of Time! You will also have the opportunity to let pack burros carry a portion of your gear! Listen to the Rayado Creek while falling asleep on the first night of your trek at Olympia. From there, stop by Zastrow for geocaching, and check out the cantina and Mexican Homestead at Abreu before camping at Aguila for the night. Be sure to wake up early and watch the colors change over the plains as the sun comes up. Make your way to Miners Park for rock climbing and rappelling. Be sure to get an early start and side hike the Tooth of Time from Shaefers Pass if you are up for the challenge or eat a chuckwagon dinner at Clarks Fork. Test your roping skills, kick back for a cowboy campfire, and ride horses on the following morning at Clarks. From there, visit the Demonstration Forest, tour Waite Phillips Hunting Lodge, and hike by Window Rock on your way to Aspen Springs for the night. Continue north and participate in challenge course events that will encourage your crew to work together at Head of Dean. From there, enjoy working on a trail project with the Conservation Department near Baldy Skyline before camping at Ute Meadows for the night. Side hike Baldy Mountain, check out Lucien Maxwell's Aztec Mine at French Henry, and visit historic Baldy Town before listening to the sound of booming .50 caliber black powder rifles as you hike to Miranda on the following day. Test your marksmenship with the rifles and pick up burros that will help carry a portion of your gear to Flume Canyon. A cool root beer awaits your arrival at Ponil. Next stop… Base Camp!

Day2016 Trek 24 Campsite2015 Trek 24 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2Olympia  
3Aguila  
4Miner's Park  
5Clarks Fork  
6Aspen Springs  
7Hawkeye  
8Head of Dean  
9Ute Meadows  
10Ute Meadows  
11Flume Canyon  
12Homebound Tent City