All of our outdoor activities, challenges and events have some level of physical and technical input. To make it it clear of what this looks like we have created a two tiered system showing how physical each activity or challenge is and also how technical it may be. For the physical element we are using a scale of 1 to 5 with 1 being the easiest and for the technical element we are using a scale of A - C with A being the easiest. Below you will find a description in greater detail outlining each of these levels.
Level 1 - Basic level of fitness meaning you can walk, jog, swim or bike for example for up to an hour or so with rests.
Level 2 - Medium level of fitness meaning you exercise at least a few times a week in a variety of disciplines. 1-2 hour sessions.
Level 3 - Good level of fitness meaning you take regular exercise involving cardio, strengthening and stretching over longer periods.
Level 4 - High level of fitness meaning you are well conditioned and perform well with good recovery times. Supple and flexible.
Level 5 - A very high level of fitness. Same as Level 4 but you can push yourself over longer periods - up to 12 hours with determination.
This scale is about the complexity of the skills required and also about the difficulty of the environment to travel through.
Level A - Easy
Level B - Medium
Level C - Hard