[QUOTE=papa bear;1076913]Wow, thats awesome! So it should be enough to be considered lunch?
And is that rope bridge tough to cross for someone in their 70’s?[/QUOTE]
I would say consider it a light lunch. Small portions of a good assortment of things. We had our “tasting” at 11:30ish and we were ready for lunch around 2 or 3.
I froze up a little in the middle of the bridge. I was fine at first, because the wood planks are solid and there is a net all around you. In the middle of the bridge, the planks get farther apart with some missing and some broken, and the net almost disappears. You still have cables to hold on to on both sides, and you’re hooked in on your vest so you’re not going anywhere, but it got a little more… exciting. :laugh:
You have to take some wide steps on the rope bridge, there are some steep stairs that are required to get there, and a significant portion of the Trek is a “hike” on uneven ground. There is a test bridge before you start the Trek that the guides use as a kind of mini agility test to make sure everyone will be ok to do the Trek.