Level 1 (one boot print) – up to 4 hours of physical activity on the most strenuous days. Most people in descent physical condition should be able to participate. A Level 1 trip may focus on culture, opportunities for great photography, and light adventure. Bring the family and have a blast!
Level 2 (two boot prints) – up to 6 hours of physical activity on some days. Most people in good physical condition should be able to participate with some physical training and preparation. A great mix of relaxation, excitement and physical exertion, these trips are fun for nearly everyone!
Level 3 (three boot prints) – up to 8 hours of physical activity on some days. Level 3 trips may include more technical activities like glacier exploration, caving, or higher altitude trekking. A physical training program is recommended before departure. A physician’s release may be required. These trips are designed to get your adrenaline pumping!
Level 4 (four boot prints) – 10+ hours of physical activity on the hardest days. These adventures are designed for experienced individuals who want to push themselves. Activities may include high-altitude trekking, various extreme sports, or some mountaineering with significant exposure to the elements. Physical training is the key to having a safe adventure. A physician’s release is required.