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Emergency shelter Tent, tarp, bivy or reflective blanket Beyond the Ten Essentials Backpack Daypack or summit pack 4-season tent or tarp or bivy sack Snow or tent stakes and guylines Tent-pole repair sleeve Footprint (if needed for tent) Sleeping bag (liner optional) Stuff sack or compression sack 2 sleeping pads per person (+ optional chair kit) Pillow or stuffable pillowcase Packable lantern Snowshoes Skis (with skins) Crampons Ice axe Trekking poles (with snow baskets) Multifunction watch with altimeter Signaling mirror (often on compass) Whistle Personal locator beacon (PLB) Avalanche transceiver (1 per person) Avalanche probe (1 per person) Snow shovel (1 per person) Energy beverages or drink mixes Slope meter Snow saw Meals Energy food (bars, gels, chews, trail mix) Stove Fuel Cookset with large pot (for melting snow) Dishes or bowls Utensils Cups (measuring cups) Pot grabber Food-storage sacks or canister 50 nylon cord Backup water treatment (e.g., halogens) Clothing Base layer: wicking underwear Mid layer: insulating jacket/vest/pants Shell: rain jacket (or soft-shell jacket) Rain pants (or soft-shell pants) Dry clothing for camp Insulating hat, cap or headband Balaclava and/or face mask Goggles Gloves and/or mittens Waterproof overmitts Footwear Assorted Personal Items Insulated boots Main socks, liner socks, spare socks Gaiters Camp booties Bandana or Buff Hand warmers Toilet paper + sanitation trowel Hand sanitizer + quick-dry towel Toothbrush and/or toiletry kit Notebook and pen or pencil Permits Guidebook interpretive field guide(s) Camera Binoculars Two-way radios Cell or satellite phone Music player with headphones Small amount of cash or credit card Trip itinerary left with friend + under car seat __________________________ Back to top By T.D..