Proper equipment is real extremely important to the success, comfort and safety of your trip. If your have any question about items on the list or suitability of your own equipment please contact or a reputable mountaineering dealers.

Our recommended clothing has four classes:

  • Manages moisture and wicks perspiration from your skin,” for the base layers.
  • Should be a durable, comfortable, insulating and wind/water stopper that breather able, soft fabrics are polarity wind, Gore wind stopper.
  • Windproof, waterproof and breathable like Gore-tax or similar (hard layers).
  • Insulating material should be down fill or synthetic-fill and fit cover all layers like, down, prim aloft and polar guard.

For sleeping:

  • Sleeping bag and stuff sac, on the mountain temperature can get down to zero degrees Fahrenheit at night, so bring a warm bag.Sleeping pad, a closed cell form camping mattress is OK; an inflatable Thermo-Rest is more comfortable.

For the head and face:

  • Pile or a wool hat-Bring one that covers ears, a balaclava
  • Shade hat-Are essential for protection from the equatorial sun.
  • Sunglasses-Bring a good quality pair
  • Sunscreen-Bring plenty of complete sun block.
  • Lip Balm

For the upper body:

  • T-shirts-Synthetics are the best.
  • Upper body layers-long underwear, a sweater and a pile jacket or heavy a wool shirt.
  • Rain gear-Bring a good of Gore-tax or waterproof clothes.
  • Wind stopper (optional you can use rain gear)
  • Mittens (Wool or pile)

For the legs:

  • Quick dry hiking short.
  • Long underwear bottoms
  • Rain paint and wind paint as well.
  • Undergarment (enough for duration of the trek)

For the feet:

  • Thin socks-Three pair of synthetic socks.
  • Thick socks-Six pair of heavy wool socks.
  • Hiking boot (one pair medium weight)
  • Gaiters-To keep dirt, Cree and snow out of your boots.
  • Tennis shoes (to wear in the camp after a day of hiking)

For the drinking:

  • Water bottles-Three wide mouthed bottle with a one camel bank (optional)
  • Water treatment-Bring a water treatment we’ll filtrate the water before you use.
  • Water flavoring (optional)
Day pack $20 – 30/trip
Rucksack cover/rain cover $ 3/trip
Camel bag/water hydration system $15/trip
Water bottle (1L) $ 5/trip
Water bottle cover $ 5/trip
Duffel bag $ 25/trip
Plastic bin liner (rubbish bag) $ 1 each – nonreturnable
Head lamp $ 10/Trip
Walking /Hiking poles (one pair) $ 10/trip
Batteries (variety variable prices
Binoculars $ 20/trip
Sunglasses $10/trip
Ski goggles $10/trip
Sun hat $ 7/trip
Warm hat $7/trip
Warm balaclava $10/trip
scarf $5/trip
Mitt or glove liners $4/trip
Neck warmer $6/trip
Warm mitts or gloves $10/trip
Hand warmers (one pair) $10 each – non returnable
Mountain/Hiking boots $25/trip
Gaiters $10/trip
Socks $10 non – returnable
Walking shorts $6/trip
Walking trousers $8/trip
Thermal Bottoms $8/trip
Fleece trousers $8/trip
Wind and/or waterproof trouser $15/trip
Walking T- sirt $5/trip
Hiking shirt (long sleeves) $5/trip
Thermal top $8/trip
Wind and /or water proof jacket $20/trip
Fleece jacket $25/trip
Down jacket $25/trip
Poncho $25/trip
Rain souit $25/trip
Sleeping bag $30/trip
Sleeping bag liner $10/trip
Foam mattress $15/trip
Thermarest $20/trip
Camping bed $20/trip
Sleeping tent $15trip
Camp table $30/trip
Camp stool $1/day
Camp chair (with back) $2/day
Portable toilet $150/trip
Toilet tent $20/day
Empty gas cylinder (big) $20/trip
Empty gas cylinder (small) $15/trip
Cooler box $8/trip
Water pump $140/trip
Oxygen cylinder $15/day
Oxygen saturation meter $25/trip