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Trip Grade

Our trip grading system will assist you in finding the ideal adventure for you! Please read our guidelines below to get a better idea of what to expect on your trip with Protrek Adventure. We developed a grading system that takes into account the technical levels of each trip as well as the physical fitness requirements. Each of our tours has been evaluated according to the criteria so that you can choose the best option for you. We encourage you to contact one of our staff to discuss your specific needs. Stay fit and enjoy your adventure!

Previous trekking experience is not required, but it is beneficial if you have completed a few day hikes. The terrain is fairly straightforward, with basic ascents and descents and a moderate trail. There is no high-altitude climb involved, but good physical fitness is required. Climbers must be able to walk on mixed terrain with gradual ups and downs.

Previous hiking experience is required. Climbers should be in good physical shape. You’ll be climbing short steep sections as well as mixed terrain. The altitude will gradually rise, and the trail will become rougher but not difficult. Though there will be no significant height gain or altitude push, climbers will see themselves crossing the regular altitude mark when compared to easy treks.

Climbers must be physically fit and in good health. You will trek through steep terrain with short scrambling and descent on moraine or scree. Previous trekking experience is required. Physically strenuous and climbers should be able to adapt to high altitude conditions. There is no technical climbing involved, but good physical fitness and acclimatization to higher altitudes are required.

Recommended for people with a high level of fitness and prior experience at high altitude. Climbers should be familiar with climbing equipment and have basic climbing skills. Steep terrain that requires rock, snow and ice craft. Climbers must be experienced with rope techniques, abseiling, rappelling, and cramponing. The terrain can be challenging, so you should have completed a few high-altitude climbs before taking on this adventure.

Extreme terrain and altitude exposure. Climbers should have a complete understanding of rock, snow, and ice craft. You should be able to follow multi-pitch climbs and have experience with abseiling, rappelling, ice climbing, rope management, anchors, belay, rescue, and snow camping. Climbing for longer durations in difficult rock and ice sections under extreme conditions and altitudes. Prior mountaineering experience is required.

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