What will you need?
Luggage and bags: Equipment and cloths that I needed was included in the price. So from Tovar Expeditions I borrowed:
- Long underpants
- Wind and waterproof trousers
- Hat (to wear under my own which was too thin)
- Inner and outer mittens (the latter wind and waterproof)
- Ice axe
- Sleeping bag
- Big backpack (to pack everything in)
Things I had myself:
- Small backpack to use for the climb
- Head lamp
- Sun block lotion
- Wind and waterproof jacket (thin)
- Wool sweater
- Long sleeved thin shirt
- 2 t-shirts (I used both with the long sleeved between)
- Gaturade (a sports drink)
- Granola bars
- Bag of mixed nutsRelated to:
- Mountain Climbing
to capture you need the right net
Luggage and bags: A backpack is essential to doing a multi-day trek and if you plan on doing it more than once be sure to invest some money in one that is comfortable and some time to find one that fits correctly.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Good waterproof boots, rain gear, long underwear, and don't forget a hat.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Sunscreen and a shovel to dig that hole.
Photo Equipment: A good zoom comes in handy for wildlife and getting a shot of distant peaks as well as the top of ones nearby.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: A good tent and cooking stove are essential.Related to:
- Hiking and Walking
- National/State Park
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