The level of difficulty of the journey characterizes how physically easy or challenging this trip will be. Look at the explanations below and, before applying for the trip, assess your physical fitness and/or willingness to engage.
Easy - a leisurely trip that won't require significant effort, but includes short walks and easy day hikes in the plan, which can also be skipped. Children and elderly people can also go on the journey comfortably.
Moderate - the journey includes short day hikes of up to ~15km, with no particularly steep terrain to conquer, and you can carry a light daypack. If you feel like resting, you can skip the hikes.
Moderately Difficult - each day involves a walk of ~15-20km with elevation changes, or, if not, a longer distance is expected. In both cases, anyone with a sporty mindset can manage the hikes. You can walk with a small daypack, or if the hike involves a large backpack and camping in tents, it will only be for a few days.
Difficult - be prepared for it to be tough. Steeper and longer climbs, long distances, a heavy backpack, sleeping in tents, harsh weather conditions - if not all, then most of these challenges will definitely await you. You need to be in good physical shape and ready to sweat.
Very Difficult - every day will be both a physical and mental test. Climbs can reach over 1500m per day, you'll need to carry your entire life with you, there will be no shortcuts, and turning back is only an option in emergency situations. Good physical condition, previous experience in mountain trekking, and a willingness to push your limits are mandatory!
Yes, once you have booked the tour, you will receive a full itinerary.
Yes,you sure can. Most of the customers join us to gain brand new experience.
We will help you with the equipment. You will get our recommendatons and eve discounts in outdoor stores to get what you need.
Yes. Feel free to book a tour even for one person.
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