Equipment needed for Trekking in Nepal

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  • Last Updated on Jul 3, 2023

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You must always keep your bag in top condition if you plan to go on an adventure like hiking, trekking, or camping. Your trip will be hectic and your suitcase will be heavier if you bring unneeded items. In order to have a great trekking experience in Nepal, keep your bag as light as possible. Checking the maximum height or elevation of your hiking route should be done before packing your list of necessities. The challenging geography of Nepal makes it likely that you'd run out of the supplies you'd need for that specific trekking zone. You must always keep your bag in top condition if you plan to go on an adventure like hiking, trekking, or camping. Your trip will be hectic and your suitcase will be heavier if you bring unneeded items.

In order to have a great trekking experience in Nepal, keep your bag as light as possible. Checking the maximum height or elevation of your hiking route should be done before packing your list of necessities. The challenging geography of Nepal makes it likely that you'd run out of the supplies you'd need for that specific trekking zone.

General Equipment:
  1. Trekking gear may be kept in a 70-liter duffel bag.
  2. 5-liter daypack for personal belongings
  3. Headlamps or torches with extra batteries
  4. UV security sun protective eyewear
  5. First Aid kit with essential medications
  6. blister treatment kit for skin
  7. Duct tape and Band-Aids
  8. bag for sleeping
  9. tablet for purifying water
  10. Trekking pole
For Head: 
  • Warm, woolen, or synthetic cap that covers the ears
  • a scarf or other textile
  • Cap or sun hat
For Upper Body:
  • 2 long sleeves and 1 half-sleeve for the upper body Polypropylene light thermal tops for shirts
  • water-resistant jacket
  • windproof pullover jacket
  • If you go hiking in the winter, fall, or spring, wear a down jacket.

For Hand:

  • Lightweight gloves or mittens

For Lower body:

  • a pair of shorts for trekking
  • a pair of hiking pants
  • brief undergarments

For feet:

  • resistive to water hiking boots with durable soles, ankle support, and laces
  • One set of sandals
  • thin, woolen, lightweight socks
  • Knee supports (optional for the trek's downhill sections)

Personal Preferences:

  • Sunscreen
  • Chapstick or lip balm
  • portable shower unit
  • Wet wipes and toilet paper
  • Hand sanitizer (very important)
  • a package of matches or a lighter
  • water containers
  • security knife
  • If you're going during rainy season, bring an umbrella, raincoat, or poncho.
  • If you need to charge a lot of goods, consider a multi-socket.

Note** Wearing shorts or lightweight slacks and a long sleeved shirt is acceptable for midday trekking. Additionally, as the temperature drops off in the evening compared to the day, you may add extra layers of clothing. **

You may finish out your packing list with the goods from the list above. You can go around in comfort in any Nepalese trekking zone with this equipment. Please feel free to contact our customer service at info@allnepalhiking.com if you have any more queries about the trekking checklist.


 

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