The following basic checklist should help you with your packing for any of our trips. Please remember that you should always try to keep the weight of your clothing equipment down to a minimum. Your packed trek bag, should weigh no more than 10-12 kilograms. Please remember this is just a checklist and you do not necessarily need to bring everything that is listed below. Use your own experience and judgment to make your decision.
1) – Ruck sack (60 Ltr.) & ruck sack plastic cover.
2) - Lightweight thermal tops & inners
3) - Rain cheater or Rain coat
4) - Sweater /wind cheater
5) - adequate Undergarment
6) - Lightweight cotton long trousers/pants /track pants-3 or 4
7) - Sun hat or scarf
8) - T-shirts full Sleeves 3 or 4
9) - Thin, lightweight socks-daily 1pair for all trekking days.
10) - Sunglasses with UV protection
11) - Head lamp (eg. Petzl)/ Handy Torch with extra batteries
12) - Small lock to lock trek bag
13) - Basic First Aid Kit .
14) -1 Big Plastic bag - for keeping items dry inside trek bag & few small spare ones.
15) - Daypack =1 small sack for 2 water bottles, 1 torch, dry fruits packet, chocolates, chikkis,1 Napkin, Rain cheater/wind cheater, medicines if any, 1 tiffin box for pack lunch if any.
16) - Water bottles (2)
17) - Toiletries pouch
18) - Small wash towel /Light weight quick dry “Pancha”
19) - Footwear appropriate to the trip -1 pair trekking shoes, 1pair sandles /walkers /slippers(To use on camp site)
20) -1 Fevistick, few safety pins, banded patty.
21) -Personal Medicines if any.
2) Soap strips/hand-wash
3) Deodorant, Nail clippers
4) Face and body moisturizer
5) Good quality Lip balm
6) Feminine hygiene products
7) Small mirror
DO NOT CARRY: - Any Ornaments, shorts or jeans for trekking purpose. If want to carry any valuable items like camera, tabs, headphones etc. then carry at YOUR OWN RISK.