Compare 2007 Trek 35 to 2006 Trek 35


2007 description: 'The best prepared and fit get to rise to the challenge of this 103 mile itinerary!. See the worlds only know T-Rex track and view centuries old Anasazi rock art before our crew will bushwhack across Seally Canyon for first aid and search and rescue training, then enjoy mountain biking at Whiteman Vega Camp. You will participate in western lore at Ponil with two chuck wagon meals, horse rides, and boot branding followed by .30-06 shooting at Sawmill before hiking into base camp via the Tooth of Time.'

2006 description: 'No trace camping techniques are taught early, on this itinerary, as you prepare to trek the Valle Vidal. Your crew will bushwhack across country to Seally Canyon for first aid and search and rescue training, then enjoy mountain biking and the new bikeathlon program at Whiteman Vega Camp. You will enjoy western lore at Ponil with two chuck wagon meals, horse rides, and boot branding followed by rock climbing at Dean Cow, before hiking into base camp via the Tooth of Time.'

Day2007 Trek 35 Campsite2006 Trek 35 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2House CanyonDean Cutoff 
3Old CampDan BeardTyrannosaurus Rex Track included in 2007 trek 35
Archaeology included in 2007 trek 35
Challenge Events not included in 2007 trek 35
Low Impact Camping not included in 2007 trek 35
 
4Seally Canyon  
5Whiteman Vega  
6Greenwood CanyonOld Camp 
7Ponil Camp  
8Cimarron River CampDean CowEnvironmental Awareness not included in 2007 trek 35
Rock Climbing & Rappelling not included in 2007 trek 35
 
9Sawmill CampVacaShooting/Reloading - .30-06 included in 2007 trek 35
 
10Comanche Peak CampAspen SpringsFood Pickup not included in 2007 trek 35
 
11North Fork Urraca CampUpper Clarks ForkMuzzle Loading Rifles included in 2007 trek 35
Post Civil War Settlers included in 2007 trek 35
Tour Hunting Lodge not included in 2007 trek 35
 
12Homebound Tent City