Lots of demand for our Duke of Edinburgh treks for the Sept/Oct school holidays so we have put on another 5 days (Silver Award Practice & Qualifying Adventurous Journey) starting on Saturday 26th September.
This Duke of Edinburgh trek climbs and follows the Darling Scarp with stunning views and the best of West Australia’s wildflower displays. To add some challenge, we include climbs up some of the highest granite mountains, Mt Cooke and Mt Cuthbert.
Each day we walk three to four hours at a leisurely pace, with a stop every hour to snack, have fun and explore. We keep our group small so that our two guides can provide support and encouragement to each individual participant. Our aim is for each participant to enjoy their experience as well as achieve their goals.
$500 per person
Saturday 26 September 9am Start Brookton Highway
Wednesday 30 September 3pm Finish Albany Highway
Your teen’s journey experience includes:
On full payment:
Checklist of the trek gear that is required and suggested food and snacks
Pre-trek briefing in person or via zoom (1-2 weeks prior)
Zoom meeting (3 days prior for last-minute questions)
5 x days of guided hiking
Ultralight trekking gear – backpack, tent or sleeping cocoon & tarp, sleeping mat, sleeping quilt and sheet, pillow, thermal jacket, cooking set (stove, pot, bowl, cup, spoon), trekking poles.
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