How do I know the difficulty level of your Outdoor Adventure programs?
Use for Hiking and Snowshoeing Programs
LEVEL 1: Moderate. Walking surface typically developed (paved, gravel, groomed or other) although uneven surfaces, hills or stairs may be encountered.
LEVEL 2: Moderate to difficult. Surface is typically maintained/ groomed, but with occasional obstacles. May be rough, steep, involve un-bridged stream crossings and may take place at high altitude.
LEVEL 3: Difficult to strenuous. Outings typically in more remote and rugged locations. Hiking/snowshoeing may take place on trails not well maintained or go off trail. Conditions may be very rough, steep and at altitude.
Need more information? Please call our Adventure Program Manager, Erick Amero at (603) 236-4695 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org