Compare 2006 Trek 29 to 2005 Trek 29


Traversing nearly the entire length of Philmont, #29 shoots right up the backbone of the Ranch. How exciting can that be? Along with many popular interpretive activities, this itinerary features a side hike to the famous Tooth of Time and a challenging Baldy Mountain summit experience. The Continental Tie and Lumber Company at Crater Lake, Waite Phillips┬╣ famous Hunting Lodge, a Mountain Man Rendezvous at Miranda Camp and burro packing will all wet your appetite for the great western lore program at Ponil, including boot branding. Both a chuck wagon dinner and breakfast will be offered on your last day.

Day2006 Trek 29 Campsite2005 Trek 29 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2Olympia Camp  
3Crater Lake Camp  
4Shaeffers Pass CampClarks ForkChuck Wagon Dinner not included in 2006 trek 29
Evening Campfire not included in 2006 trek 29
Western Lore / Branding not included in 2006 trek 29
 
5Hunting LodgeUte SpringsTour Hunting Lodge included in 2006 trek 29
Environmental Awareness not included in 2006 trek 29
Rock Climbing & Rappelling not included in 2006 trek 29
 
6Visto Grande Camp Environmental Awareness included in 2006 trek 29
Rock Climbing & Rappelling included in 2006 trek 29
 
7Upper Dean Cow Camp  
8Miranda Camp  
9Miranda Camp  
10Flume Canyon Camp  
11Ponil CampIndian WritingsChuck Wagon Dinner included in 2006 trek 29
Western Lore / Branding included in 2006 trek 29
Horse Rides included in 2006 trek 29
Tyrannosaurus Rex Track not included in 2006 trek 29
Archaeology not included in 2006 trek 29
Tour Petroglyphs not included in 2006 trek 29
 
12Homebound Tent City