Summer Backpacking Gear Checklist



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                                               Backpack Tent rain fly Sleeping bag and sleeping pad or mattress Water filter or purification tablets Water bottles Flashlight - fresh and extra batteries Candle lantern - optional Trowel or small shovel for digging cat holes Pocket or sheath knife Wildlife resistant food storage container 50 rope and nylon cord Topographical map and compass Insect repellent UV sun block, Lip balm Toilet paper and plastic bags for packing it out Biodegradable hand soap Toothbrush and toothpaste Small towel Bandanas Whistle for emergency Stuff sacks Personal medications Moleskin and Nu-skin Adhesive tape First aid supplies Sewing kit (optional - long trips) Food - including extra for emergencies Cooking pots/pans - nesting Eating utensils - cup, bowl, plate, knife, fork, spoon Cleaning supplies - biodegradable detergent container, sponge, scouring pad Waterproof matches in waterproof container Stove and fuel Collapsible bucket or water bag Hat Poncho or rain gear Boots Boot socks (2 pair) Sock liners (2 pair) Long pants Hiking shorts (optional) Sandals, moccasins or other camp footwear Light shirt or tee shirt Warm shirt Jacket or outerwear (layer clothing) Other clothing depending on conditions and altitude Camera and film Binoculars.




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