Compare 2009 Trek 7 to 2008 Trek 11


2009 description: 'From the Cimarron River, through the central and southern parts of Philmont, this program-packed trek is one of the most popular. Rock climbing and a tour of Waite Phillips’ Hunting Lodge start you off before you climb Thunder Ridge (10,725'), Comanche Peak (11,326'), Mt. Phillips (11,711') and Trail Peak (10,247'), if you wish to turn this challenging hike into a rugged experience. After all this, your crew hikes into Base Camp via the Tooth of Time.'

2008 description: 'From the Cimarron River, through the central and southern parts of Philmont, this program packed trek is one of the most popular. Rock climbing and a tour of Waite Phillips' Hunting Lodge start you off before you climb Thunder Ridge (10,725'), Comanche Peak (11,326'), Mt. Phillips (11,711') and Trail Peak (10,247'), if you wish to turn this Challenging into a rugged itinerary. After all this, your crew hikes to Base Camp via the Tooth of Time.'

Day2009 Trek 7 Campsite2008 Trek 11 CampsiteProgram Differences
1Trailbound Tent City  
2Vaca Camp  
3Devils Wash Basin Conservation included in 2009 trek 7
 
4Aspen Springs Camp Environmental Awareness not included in 2009 trek 7
 
5Cyphers Mine Camp  
6Comanche Peak Camp  
7Clear Creek Camp  
8Porcupine Camp  
9Beaubien Camp  
10Beaubien Camp Conservation included in 2009 trek 7
 
11Shaefers Pass CampNorth Fork Urraca 
12Homebound Tent City