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Slow and Steady Hikers Message Board › Hike level descriptions.

Hike level descriptions.

Carol
user 11994575
Calgary, AB
Post #: 5
I need the hike descriptions again please i.e. what does T2 etc. mean.

Did not print this guide out when I received it. Carol
Candice B.
user 26719832
Calgary, AB
Post #: 3
Carol you can find the hike level descriptions by going to "Pages" then "trail rating system"

- TL 2 hikes have moderate slopes and generally solid trail tread. These trails are often purpose-built with erosion control features and switchbacks up hillsides. Some short rough sections or easy stream hopping may be encountered. Light hiking boots with ankle support are a good choice.
Example: Healy Pass



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