Upcoming Trips

For information on any of the following trips, please contact us at the Senior Center at 302-629-4939 or inquire at the front office. Departure Times and Costs vary. Activity Levels are indicated with a Letter E (easy) M (moderate) or D (difficult).

ACTIVITY LEVELS:
The following activity levels will be assigned to trips to help you decide which trips are suitable to your walking capacity.

  • EASY (E)
    • minimal walking
    • primarily flat surfaces
  • MODERATE (M)
    • leisurely walking
    • primarily even surfaces
    • some standing
    • possibly a few stairs
  • DIFFICULT (D)
    • extended periods of walking
    • even and uneven surfaces
    • some inclines
    • may be steps
    • extended periods of standing

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