Compare 2010 Trek 33 to 2009 Trek 33


2010 description: 'A well prepared crew can choose this ?? mile super strenuous trek that starts in the historic North Ponil where you will see the world's only known T-Rex track, visit century old petroglyphs and follow the route of the old Cimarron and Northwestern railroad up to Whiteman Vega in the beautiful Valle Vidal. On your way, take time to participate in search and rescue training and wilderness medicine at Seally Canyon. After spending a night in beautiful Greenwood Canyon, you will spend two days at Copper Park which lends plenty of time to hike Baldy Mt., do blacksmithing and take a tour of a real gold mine. After visiting the Continental Tie & Lumber Company at Pueblano, you will spend two days exploring Dean Canyon, highlighted by challenge events at Head of Dean and rock climbing at Dean Cow.'

2009 description: 'A well prepared crew can choose this 83 mile super strenuous trek that starts in the historic North Ponil where you will see the world’s only known T-Rex track, visit century old petroglyphs and follow the route of the old Cimarron and northwestern railroad up to Whiteman Vega in the beautiful Valle Vidal. On your way, take time to participate in search and rescue training and conservation at Seally Canyon. Then it’s off to Rich Cabins, one of Philmont’s very cool homesteading camps, before hiking to Ponil for western lore with boot branding and two chuck wagon meals of REAL food. Rock climbing and rappeling round out this great itinerary!'

Day2010 Trek 33 Campsite2009 Trek 33 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2Anasazi CampHouse Canyon 
3Old CampCottonwood 
4Seally Canyon  
5Whiteman Vega  
6Greenwood Canyon  
7Copper Park CampEwells Park 
8Copper Park CampEwells Park 
9Pueblano Camp  
10Upper Dean Cow CampHead of Dean 
11Dean Cow Camp  
12Homebound Tent City