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Levels of
Trip Difficulty

Level I:
These activities are the least strenuous and are at a relaxed pace and involve 1 – 3 hours of walking/hiking of 3 miles or less per day.

Level II:
For the easy active adventurer. These trips normally require 3 – 5 hours of walking/hiking up to 6 miles per day. These trips can take place at altitudes of 6,000 ft in elevation.

Level III:
Here adventure travelers can expect up to 6 hours of hiking each day in rolling or mountainous terrain at elevations ranging from 6,000 to 8,000 ft.

Level IV:
These are vigorous adventures involving 5 – 8 hours of hiking in mountainous terrain per day, and at altitudes above 6,000 ft.

Training:
We believe preparing for your trip should be an anticipated and enjoyable part of your WorldWide Trekking experience, as in the months prior to your adventure you’ll find that training not only prepares you physically for the challenges which may lie ahead, but also puts you mentally in the adventure and enables your anticipation to build. It’s well-known fact that a prepared adventurer gains a greater sense of enjoyment due to their mental preparedness and improved physical conditioning.

We recommend joining a gym, as a membership will help motivate you to exercise and being around others will stimulate the intensity of your workout. For all of our trips, we suggest wearing your loaded daypack and hiking boots to give a more realistic feel to your training.

Get out and hike. Dress in your trekking clothes, throw your pack and boots on, and get out and walk. Find an area with trails and hills so you can get out on some uneven terrain and simulate what you’ll be doing. This is a great way to get familiar with your trekking poles, daypack, and footwear, and also to experience how your clothing systems will perform.

 

Trekking Trips by DateCalendar: Active Travel Trips by Date

January 2011
Wyoming Winter Tour
January 16 – 22 Wyoming Winter Tour Level II Learn More
February 2011
Wyoming Winter Tour
February 20 – 26 Wyoming Winter Tour Level II Learn More
May 2011
Scotland: Trekking the West Highland Way
May 13 – 27 Scotland:
Trekking the West Highland Way
Level II-III Learn More
Calamus River in Nebraska
May 20–22 or
May 27–29
Nebraska:
Sandhills Trekking Safari
Level II Learn More
June 2011
Nebraska Sand Hills
June 3–5 or
June 10–12
Nebraska:
Sandhills Trekking Safari
Level II Learn More
Newfoundland Hiking
June 24 – July 2 Newfoundland:
Maritime Multi-Adventure
Level III Learn More
July 2011
Hut to Hut Hiking on the Appalachian Trail
July 30 – August 6 New Hampshire:
Presidential Range Traverse
Level IIl-IV Learn More
Introduction to backpacking
July 20 – 24 Introduction to Backpacking: Experience Southeastern Wyoming Level II Learn More
August 2011
Backpacking Wyoming's Wind River Range
August 11 – 20 Wind River Range Backpacking Level IV Learn More
Introduction to backpacking
August 31 –
September 4
Introduction to Backpacking: Experience Southeastern Wyoming Level II Learn More
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