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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– Light-weight Wicking T-shirt
– Mid-weight Long Sleeve Shirt
– Lightweight Long Underwear Top and Bottom
– Wind Shirt
– Puffy Jacket
– Soft Shell Pant
– Hard Shell Pants and Jacket
– Liner Gloves
– Warm Ski Hat
– Balaclava (optional)
– Baseball Cap or Sunhat
– Sun Glasses or Glacier Glasses
– Polarized Goggles
– Lip and Nose Balm
– Water bottle or Water Bladder
– Small Personal First Aid Kit
– A SPOT Satellite GPS Messenger (optional, your guides will have one as well)