Gear List

My gear has been a little haphazardly put together and caters for the fact that I’m planning to camp out on occasions as opposed to staying in hostels each night.

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Gear:

Tent – Tarptent Moment

Backpack – ULA Catalyst (75L)

Backpack Cover – ULA Waterproof Cover

Sleeping Bag – ULA -7 degree bag

Sleeping Pad – Oz Trail Earth Mat 8mm

Hiking Poles – Black Diamond Z Pole (Aluminium)

Salomon Trail Runners (for hiking)

Merrell Sandals (for the end of the day)

Groundsheet for tent – Large blue piece of tarpaulin

Pocket knife

Black Diamond Headlamp

Sea to Summit dry sacks x 2 (for sleeping bag and clothing)

Technical:

Solar Panel – Suntactics sCharger 5

iPhone 4S and charger

iPod touch and headphones

Powerpod (external battery for iPhone)

32GB USB Storage Device (to copy photos onto)

Clothing:

Marmot Rain Jacket

Salomon Rain Pants

Northface hooded fleece

Zip off trousers

Long sleeve merino wool base layer (for hiking)

Mountain Hardware t-shirt

White Sierra hiking shirt

Elastic Knee Braces

Sports Bra

Patagonia Underwear x 2

Long sleeve base layer (for sleeping)

Helly Hanson long johns (for sleeping)

Icebreaker Beanie

Icebreaker liner gloves

Lorna Jane Active Shorts

Singlet top

Nike Dri-Fit Cap

Woollen sleeping socks

Darn tough socks

Kathmandu Marino Wool Socks

Reebok thin sport socks x 2

Kathmandu travel towel (small)

Bandana x 2

Dirty Girl Gaiters

Swimmers (for after the hike)

Toiletries:

Toothbrush

Toothpaste

Lady speed stick deodorant

Sunscreen

Hand sanitiser

Wet Ones

Dental floss

Earplugs

Arnica Cream (for knees and sore muscles)

Sports Tape

Moleskin

Variety of bandaids

Advil

Betadine Cream

Blistex lip balm

Ben’s Deet (for bugs)

Nail scissor

Tweezer

Other:

Maps and printed route information

Plastic document holder

Vogue Sunglasses (polarised)

Polar Sports Watch

Passport

Bank cards

Drivers licence

Lighter

Pen

Rubber band

Hair tie

Carabiner clip with compass

Little Muk Muk (travel companion)

Extra zip lock bags (one for trash)

Kathmandu daypack (for after the hike)

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