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Tent

Macpac Microlight

Sleeping bag

ME Sleepwalker III (+10ēC to -10ēC)

Sleep mat

Thermarest Prolite 3

Rucksack

Lowe Alpine Horizon 65l

Stove and pan set

Primus Eta Express

Mug

Lifeventure Titanium

Spork

2 of combined fork and spoon

Water containers

1l Nalgene bottle, 2l Platypus

Dry bag set

Exped XS, S, M, L & compression for sleeping bag in wet weather

Trowel

IPood

Head torch

Petzl Tikka

Map case (not shown)

Silva

 

Users will need to provide: food, drinking materials, spare head torch batteries (3 of AAA), screw fitting gas canister (Coleman 100 for an overnight or 250 for 2 nights), and personal hygiene materials.  Normal personal walking gear will also need to be taken, but it isn’t necessary to duplicate anything from the list above.  A head midge net and insecticide spray may also be useful. 

 

Either boil in the bag or freeze dried meal packs are ideal, and neither particularly heavy.  Enough for an evening meal, late snacks, and breakfast each day.  You will also need the makings of your choice of hot or cold drinks.  It is also good practice to bring a bag suitable for rubbish to assist in keeping everywhere tidy.

 

Notes on stoves, and food at these links.

 

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