PACKING LIST

  • TOILETRY AND MEDICINE

    Toothbrush and toothpaste

    Quick-dry wash cloths and soap

    Toilet Paper

    Tissues

    High SPF Sun-block

    Lip Balm with SPF

    Sunglasses with UV-filter lenses

    Lotion

    Sanitary Wipes/Wet Wipes

    Blister Kit

    Tweezers

    Nail Clippers

    Deodorant

    Hair brush/Comb

    Sanitary Products

    Vaseline to prevent chafing skin and heel friction blister

    Antiseptic

    Pain Killers (Ibuprofen)

    Decongestant

    Diamox or High Altitude Medication (optional, please consult with your doctor)

    Anti-diarrhea Medicine

    Malaria pills ( if you choose to take these)

    Cold/Flu Tablets

    Any medication you normally use

    Dioralyte sachets or similar rehydration packs

    Throat Lozenge

    Eye drops (spare Contact Lenses and fluid, if worn)

    Water purification tablets / Iodine drops

    Ear Plugs

    Plastic bags (for dirty washing, wrapping, etc.)

  • CLOTHING

    Quick dry T-shirts

    Underwear

    Lightweight hiking trouser (avoid heavy cotton, they don’t dry quickly)

    Fleece (middle layer)

    Thermal underwear (under layers)

    Waterproof, breathable and windproof jacket

    Waterproof, breathable and windproof pants

    Insulated down jacket for summit night (parka)

    One pair thermal socks

    Mittens or warm gloves

    Waterproof gloves

    Good quality hiking socks and thin liner socks Waterproof hiking boots – sturdy and worn-in. Extra shoelaces

    Comfortable shoes for overnight camps (running shoes, sneakers, etc.)

    Sun hat to protect head, ears and neck

  • OTHER ITEMS

    Headlamp with Extra Batteries

    Water Bottles and Camelback (3 litter carrying capacity)

    Sunglasses

    Camera with extra memory card and extra batteries

    Watch

    Playing Cards

    Hand Warmers (optional)

    Pocket Knife

    Notebook and Pen

    High energy snack (Cereal, protein bars, chocolate, trail mix, dried fruit)

  • GEAR LIST

    Baggage and Sleeping

     

    Duffel bag to be carried by your porter – large enough for all climbing gear and clothing.

     

    An extra bag with all your remaining belongings that will be left at the hotel or in our office.

     

    Small luggage lock – to lock the zippers on the bag left in the hotel

     

    Day backpack (with elastic waterproof cover)