Welcome to our Trip Comparison Guide! Expand the area you're interested in to see all the trips we offer with details including duration, difficulty, solitude, mileage, pack weight and cost. As always, feel free to call us at 1-800-715-HIKE (4453) to learn more!
Montana & Wyoming
North Carolina & Tennessee
Wildland Rate vs. Tribal Fees
This figure represents Wildland's rate for providing guided tours to Havasupai (which includes guides, transportation, meals, gear, camping reservations, transport of supplies in/out of the Canyon...etc.) ; they do not include the per person fees required by the Havasupai Tribe. The tribal fees are determined by the Havasupai Tribe and are completely out of our control. To see the tribal fees, please click through to the individual trip pages.
Level 1: applies to trips in which we carry only day packs and stay on maintained trails. Distances range from 3-6 miles, and elevation gain can be as much as 2000 feet. You should be comfortable hiking 3-6 miles in a day with considerable elevation gain/loss on good trails.
Level 2: primarily applies to trips in which we carry only day packs. In one day we can cover up to 9 miles and 4500 feet of elevation gain on maintained trails, or up to 7 miles and 2000 feet of elevation gain on more rugged, less-maintained trails. If a backpacking trip has a Level 2 rating, it means the distances are 2-4 miles with little elevation gain/loss. For a Level 2 trip you should be comfortable hiking 6-8 miles in a day in hilly or mountainous terrain with a light day pack.
Level 3: applies to backpacking trips in which we hike with 25-35 pound backpacks. In one day we can cover up to 7 miles and 3000 feet of elevation gain on maintained trails, or up to 5 miles and 2000 feet of elevation gain on more rugged trails. For a Level 3 trip you should be comfortable hiking 6-8 miles in a day in hilly or mountainous terrain with a 25-pound backpack.
Level 4: denotes trips on established but rugged, unmaintained trails with multi-day backpacks (30-40 pounds). The hiking can be steep and sustained with long daily distances (up to 9 miles) and significant elevation change (up to 4,000 feet). You should be comfortable running/biking/hiking for several hours without many breaks.
Level 5: applies to trips on very rugged trails or off-trail with multi-day backpacks (35-45 pounds). Expect prolonged, rugged hiking with very strenuous, difficult sections. Terrain can be steep, loose, rocky and/or exposed. You must be able to exercise vigorously at home (extended runs, swims, bike rides, etc.) to join a hike with a "5" rating.
Our solitude ratings are based on a scale of 1-5, tours with a 1 rating having the least amount of solitude, tours with a 5 rating having the most.
1 - Expect to be around other hikers and travelers most of the time.
2 - Expect to have some solitude, as much as an hour at a time without seeing other groups.
3 - Expect hours of solitude at a time.
4 - Expect to see no more than one or two groups per day.
5 - Expect to see only a group or two over the entire duration of your trip.
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