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Packing List outdoor

HBT will provide following Equipments
  • Tents (Sleeping, Dinning, Kitchen, Toilet)
  • Sleeping pads
  • Cooking and eating utensils, stoves, fuel
  • Trip Leader first aid kit
  • Official Papers
  • Pony, potter for luggage
  • Trekking chef, waiters
  • Trekking guide
Gear List needed to bring by clients Luggage (see weight restrictions)
  • Duffel bag size, 6,500 – 10,000 cu. in., frameless, water & abrasion resistant
  • Duffel bag, small and frameless, for storage of non-trek items
  • Daypack to carry your camera, water bottles, extra clothing
  • Daypack rain cover
  • Luggage tags and locks (two sets)
Camping Gear
  • Sleeping bag with stuff sack, rated to -30 degree
Travel Clothing
  • Bring a few lightweight, easily washable items for travel and daily wear
Outerwear
  • Rain jacket and pants, roomy and waterproof
  • Insulated parka/jacket (required), down or synthetic, able to fit over several layers
Clothing
  • Mid-weight fleece or wool sweater/jacket
  • Fleece pants or tights
  • Mid-weight and expedition weight thermal underwear top/bottom (1 each)
  • Hiking pants/skirt
  • Long-sleeve synthetic shirts
  • T-shirts, synthetic are best
Underwear
  • Hiking and liner socks, wool or synthetic
Clothing Accessories
  • Sun hat
  • Wool or fleece hat
  • Bandana
  • Wool or fleece gloves
  • Thin liner gloves
  • Gaiters, mid-calf height
Travel Accessories
  • Two 1-quart water bottles or hydration system
  • Headlamp and spare batteries
  • Trekking poles (highly recommended)
  • Sunblock and lip balm, SPF 30
  • Sunglasses with strap (side-shields or glacier glasses recommended)
Toiletry Accessories
  • Towel, small and quick dry
  • Toilet kit ditty bag: 2 rolls toilet tissue, Ziploc bags, hand sanitizer gel, wet wipes
Personal First Aid Kit
  • Ear plugs
  • Several Ziploc plastic bags for wet items
  • Two large plastic garbage sacks (to line the inside of your duffel in case of rain)
  • Favorite energy snacks
Optional Filed Gear
  • Camera, memory card, spare battery, charger
  • Down or synthetic-fill pants (late fall trek)
  • Down booties (late Fall trek – around camp)
  • Knee supports
  • Spare contact lenses or glasses
  • Reading and writing materials
  • Passport pouch or money pouch
  • Motion sickness remedies
Things to Consider
Pack essential items such as your passport, money, eyewear, a change of clothing, hiking boots and medications in your carry-on baggage in case your luggage is delayed.Culturally sensitive dressing tips: For women, pants (or Capri length pants) and/or a skirt (mid-calf or longer (A-line style works best for hiking) is recommended. Tights, hiking shorts and sports tops are not advised unless worn under other clothing.

For men, pants are best. Men may wear hiking shorts, but they should be longer, near the knees. Men should never go shirtless.

Make sure boots are not broken-in. Bring moleskin or Blister Block for foot treatment. Thin liner socks worn under regular hiking socks may minimize the risk of blisters. The liner sock should be synthetic, not cotton. Test your sock combination before you go on the trip.

Cotton is wonderful in warm weather. However, once it becomes wet it will drain your body heat. Bring wool or synthetics such as Capilene, MTS and Thermax.

Bring a small ditty bag that includes a Ziploc bag with toilet tissue, spare Ziploc bags to dispose of soiled tissue, a small bottle of hand sanitizer and/or wet wipes. There are no reliable feminine health supplies available in Bhutan; women are advised to bring these from home. Your ditty bag will be carried in your daypack throughout the trip, including while sightseeing.

Gaiters are useful for keeping mud, debris, and snow out of your boots. Ankle to mid-calf length is ideal.

Stuff sacks are great for sorting gear. Use different sizes/colors to differentiate contents.