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Hiking Pants

 

Hiking Shoes

LightWeigth Socks

 Hat

Cooking supplies

 

Camping stove

 
 

Camping Chair

Lanterns

Head Lamp

 

FlashLight

Tent

 

Hydration Pack

Sleeping Bags

Winter Camping - Additional

What to Take and How to Pack

Another alternative to not sleeping in your own house, hotel, or cabin is of course to simply sleep with a tent above your head. Many people who have had this experience will be able to tell you about its magic and the unique sense of freedom it gives to be part of the nature.

Clothing - Summer Weather

  • Good boots, either light-weight trekking boots or light full leather boots (we suggest boots with a Gore-tex lining to be waterproof)
  • Comfortable pants (we suggest hiking shorts)
  • Thin, lightweight inner socks (2)
  • Sun hat
  • T-shirts (2)

Clothing - Winter Weather

  • Good boots, either light-weight trekking boots or light full leather boots (We suggest boots with a Gore-tex lining to be waterproof)
  • Hiking pants / Wind pants (if your trekking pants are reasonably windproof then special wind pants are not needed)
  • Thick, warm wool socks (2)
  • Warm fleece hat and scarf
  • Neck gaiter (for winter they are really the best for staying warm)
  • Thermal shirts / underwear
  • Fleece jacket or pullover
  • Waterproof (preferably breathable fabric) shell jacket
  • Lightweight gloves

Sleeping Gear

  • Sleeping Bags / Sleeping Pads / Bivouac / Camping Cots
  • Hiking Tents
  • Camping Lanterns

Provisions

  • Food (freeze-dried / easy-to-prepare meals, snacks)
  • Drinks
  • Camping stove and Cooking supplies
  • Storage containers

Tools & Devices (supplied by your guide)

  • Trail Maps
  • Compass
  • GPS Device
  • Pocket knife
  • Batteries
  • First Aid Kit

What to Bring - Other necessary equipments (fits all activities) 

  • Toiletries
  • Towel
  • Water bottles (2)
  • Tissues
  • Bandannas (many uses!)
  • Sunglasses
  • Sunblock
  • Lip balm with sunscreen
  • Moisturizer (optional for skin that dries quickly)
  • Antiseptic hand wipes
  • Camera and journal (optional)

Group Items (will be supplied if needed) 

  • Flashlight / headlamp
  • Insect repellent
  • Basic first-aid kit

Camping Tips

Environment-friendliness: Be conscious of your environment especially when you are camping, hiking or mountain climbing. Make sure to keep the area clean so that other trekkers, mountaineers, as well as the future generation can still enjoy the beauty of the surroundings. Bring Food and Waste Storage with you on your trips.

Since you have the potential to alter nature by camping outdoors, make sure that the materials used in your Camping Toilet are environment-friendly. It is especially the case with the materials that you dispose of like toilet bag kits. Make sure that they are made of biodegradable materials so as not to add the pile of trash that’s already filling up the planet.

Camping with Kids: Camping is a wonderful activity that can be shared by the young and old. Children will learn to appreciate the outdoors while adults can take a break from the hustle and bustle of city life and have some bonding time with their youngsters

A great night time meal: For a great night time meal, backpacking dinner recipes can be quite a challenge but can be just as enjoyable. It is best to have a lot of good substitute ingredients so you can still enjoy the satisfying taste of a traditional meal. It is also advisable to have some of the cooking done at home and have everything come together during show time.