Backpacking Equipment Checklist


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Only wind/rain layer needed for July August) Shorts (1 pair) Underwear (2 pairs) Liner socks (2 pairs of thin polypro or polyester) Wool socks (2 pairs – 1 for hiking, 1 for camp in backcountry at night) Hiking boots (most tennis shoes will NOT work—make sure these are broken in prior to your trip) Old tennis shoes or sandals (to put on at camp after a day of hiking they can also be used for your rafting trip, as long as they have straps that will keep them secure… you cannot wear shoes like Crocs on the river) Wool/fleece stocking hat Wool/fleece gloves or mittens (a thin pair will usually suffice, unless your trip is in May or early June) Gaiters (optional) Bandanna (optional) Baseball cap or visor (optional) EQUIPMENT Sleeping bag (20° or warmer is a must) – Sleeping bags can be rented at Noah’s for 7 / person / night – reservations for these is required Insulating pad (Closed cell foam like Ridgerest or Therma-rest..


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