Screen Shot 2015-02-10 at 9.00.56 AMAnother venerable nameplate resurrected for the coming season is the TREK from Allied Recreation Group’s (ARG) Holiday Rambler division. “What we’ve done with the 2016 TREK is actually focus on the outdoor enthusiast — that younger demographic that really wanted to get outdoors, go to national parks, and doesn’t want a 35- or 40-foot rig,” said Steven Hileman, ARG marketing director. “They want a 26-footer that they can take just about anywhere, but that gives them more space than you’d typically get in 26 feet.” Within that space, the new TREK incorporates two separate living areas and two separate bedrooms — including a rear bedroom with a queen-size residential mattress that goes from the normal, walk-around island style position to disappear into the ceiling, revealing a whole new seating area. Built on a Ford 16,000-pound GVWR chassis with a host of colors, the TREK also features a big 3- by 4 1/2-foot luggage door on the back that enables you to put large items in the back of the coach. MSRP’s are expected to be just above $100,000.