Gear List for 3-Season Hiking

Our goal is to make your mountain adventure as memorable and comfortable as possible. To do this, you must be properly prepared. We provide all of the technical gear that you will need for an awesome adventure. However, we ask that you please bring your own clothing. When selecting clothing for your adventure, choose synthetic wicking materials.

For your convenience, we have the mandatory gear available for rent! We also have a small selection of clothing available for rent if you are missing anything listed above. Upon completion of registration, you will receive a welcome packet via email with a gear rental form that you will complete and return to reserve the gear you need for you adventure!

Mandatory Items

Guides Pick
[  ] Pack with Waist Strap: A 3000 cu. in. pack is the recommended size for one day climbs. Your pack MUST have a waist strap. A backpack will not suffice. Camp M4
[  ] Light Insulating Layer: This item becomes of highest importance when we are faced with poor weather. This should be an insulating jacket that extends well below the waist and above the knees. Goose down is recommended versus synthetic fill. It does not have to be waterproof, but that is a nice feature. Recommended that this layer has an insulated hood.
[  ] Headlamp: Petzl Tikka XP2
[  ] Trekking Poles: Optional but recommended. Lightweight and collapsible. Camp Backcountry Carbon
[  ] Hiking Boots: Sturdy hiking boots or shoes with good soles are mandatory. Sneakers or sandals will not suffice.
[  ] Sun Glasses: A pair of dark-lensed sunglasses with side shields or full wrap-type sunglasses. Julbo Dolgan
[  ] Hardshell Jacket: Goretex outer layer to block rain and wind. Marmot Precip
[  ] Hardshell Pants: Goretex outer layer to block rain and wind. Marmot Precip