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Level of difficulty

Almost none of our walking is done on marked trails. Someone who has never done any off-track walking will probably find that they should rate each walk at the next higher level of difficulty.

A positive mental attitude is essential. A superfit person who is unhappy at leaving the comforts of civilisation behind will not cope as well as a moderately fit person who is prepared to enjoy the wilderness on its own terms.

Trips may reach the same average level of difficulty for different reasons. In arriving at an average level, we consider the climate, terrain, vegetation, hours walked and necessary pack weight. Details are in the trip notes which can be downloaded via the links in the trip list.

Good news. None of our level four and five trips are level four or five in every respect. One or more factors are at a lower level. Details are in the trip notes.

Click the link below to download a printable version of this information.

Level of Difficulty PDF

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