Introductory/Moderate TrekExperience is not necessary at this level and anyone who is in good health and fit enough to enjoy a weekend beach walk and some moderate inclines and declines – will be able to handle this trek. You can expect to spend 4-8 hours trekking each day on marked but uneven trails.
Fitness and Preparation – We ask that you have a reasonable level of fitness; if you are comfortable tackling half-day walks over some uneven terrain or perhaps take a swim/cycle/do a yoga class a couple of times a week – you should find this trek well within your means.
Challenging TrekThis is a trek which will appeal to those wanting to push themselves a little further, you will need to be undertaking a regular exercise program and have a good level of fitness and be up for a challenge. You can expect to spend up to 10 hours trekking each day at a steady pace, on marked and unmarked trails, with some steep inclines and declines. Treks may involve carrying a full pack up to 15kg, in remote wilderness regions in variable weather conditions.
Fitness and Preparation – A regular fitness program that involves at least 3 to 4 sessions per week of aerobic activity, along with hill walking with a pack and trekking on uneven surfaces.