Multi-Day Trekking Gear List

Guests are responsible for bringing appropriate outdoor gear. This packing list will help to ensure you have everything you need for your adventure. Plan your travel wardrobe around informal and comfortable clothing.

The weather in Alaska is quite variable and changes quickly. High quality waterproof gear is worth the investment, especially for the summer months. Always choose wool or synthetics over cotton; cotton does not easily dry and once wet has no insulation. The key to success: bring lots of layers and always be prepared! You’ll find that when your gear and attitude are good, the weather is always good too!

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Equipment
Backpack 75L (4500cu) or larger, ask a sales rep at your local shop to help fit a new pack
Waterproof Backpack Cover
Waterproof compression sack(s) or trash compactor bags: for keeping gear dry in your backpack
Sturdy hiking boots medium / heavy duty and should be broken in before the trip!
Trekking poles (optional)

Sleeping System
Sleeping bag synthetic or down bag rated to 30F minimum
Compression stuff sack for storing sleeping bag
Inflatable sleeping pad or Ridge Rest closed cell foam sleeping pad, full or 3/4 length
Camp chair conversion kit

Upper Body
Light or Mid-weight long sleeve base layer top a comfy wool or synthetic shirt you’ll wear all day
2 Insulating Layers softshell or fleece insulated layers, hoods are good
Wind Shirt
Puffy Jacket synthetic jacket with a hood: to wear around camp

Lower Body
Light or Mid-weight long sleeve base layer bottom to be worn under your hiking or rain pant
Heavy-weight fleece pants for wearing around camp or as emergency backup
Synthetic Soft Shell Pant or other quick-dry hiking pant, pick one you’ll be happy wearing all day!
Lightweight synthetic shorts convertible pant/short is OK
Waterproof / breathable rain pant GoreTex or similar is essential!

Head
Warm Hat
Baseball Cap or
Sunhat
Mosquito Headnet
Buff (optional)

Hands
Light or mid-weight wool or fleece gloves

Feet

– Synthetic sock liners
– Wool or synthetic hiking Socks
Fleece sleeping socks to wear at night in your bag
Camp shoes lightweight clog for wearing around camp
Waterproof Gaiters

Personal First Aid Kit
– Small pre-packed Personal First Aid Kit (optional)
– Band-Aids

– Asprin, Ibuprophen, Tylenol
– Blister Care
– Antacids, Peptobismol, Immodium
– 1-2″ roll of medical tape

Utensils
Bowl
– Insulated Mug

– 2 Spoons or Spork
– Pocketknife

Miscellaneous
– Toiletries
– Binoculars
Sunscreen
Lip and Nose Balm
– Insect repellent
Headlamp (optional, depends on time of year)
Water bottle or Water Bladder widemouth screw top, 1-1.5L

– Bandana
– 1-2 Lightweight carabiners
– Earplugs
Camera
– Sleeping Mask

– Books, iPad, Kindle