Trekking and Hiking Gears
In our continuous effort to make a hassle-free and cost-effective trekking and hiking package in Nepal, we offer the free use of quality hiking, trekking and climbing gear in your journey to Nepal.
GEARS WE PROVIDE
On all trekking and climbing trip in Nepal: We provide for you
- Good quality down sleeping bag and Trek duffle bag.
- Snow gaiter on high altitude trekking and peak climbing trip as required.
Camping trek and peak climbing trips gear: We provide for you
- Ozark or Mountain Hardware or similar 2 men member sleeping tent.
- EXPED down-filled mattress for extra comfort.
- Dinner tent with table and backrest chairs.
- Kitchen and staff tent.
- Toilet tent.
Alpine Eco Trek’s Trek Duffle Bag
Suggested personal gears checklist
Lower body: Proper trekking boots (1 size bigger than normal size), pair of runners, 4 pairs shocks (at least), 2 pairs thin nylon shocks, wind & rainproof Gore-Tex pant, 2 pairs of warm underwears, Shorts for warm temperature, pairs of warm trousers, 1 pair lightweight pants.
Middle Body: 2 pairs T-shirts, 1 pair polar fleece or woolen jumpers, a pair of warm underwear with long sleeves, gloves, (Mittens for the climbing trip).
Upper body: Warm hat, pick cap, neck cover, dust mask.
Other necessary Items: Day pack 30 + liters (preferably lightweight and comfortable) UV polarize sunglass, minimum 50+ sunblock lotion, good qualities 2 metal water bottle 1liter each, head Lamp with spare batteries, camera spare batteries or charging devices with 2 pin holder, Personal medications, padlock.
Optional items: Money belt, penknife (Leatherman/Swiss knife), Binocular, personal diary, novels, swing kid, Energy bars, water purifying drops/tablets, playing cards, etc.
Guideline in selecting some of the trek gears
Suitable boots are made of leather or leather/Cordura, depending on the length and difficulty of your trek, and should have ankle support and a durable sole, preferably Vibram for better grip in muddy or icy/snowy conditions. Boots should be generous fitting with ample room for toes, noting that thicker weight socks are also worn in the cold and that feet can swell a little when you have been trekking in the heat, and also when trekking at altitude in Nepal Himalaya.
They should be loose-fitting and quick-drying if possible for instance polyamide or microfiber. Note that cotton often takes a long time to dry in the mountains. Jeans are not so suitable for trekking.
Necessary for camp wear and on cold days trekking. Thick fleece (200 or 300wt) or wool is recommended or fleecy tracksuit pants, but these are not effective when wet.
At least 1 liter, we strongly recommend two 1-liter bottles as the minimum, to ensure maximum hydration. They should be of good quality to withstand being filled daily with boiling water and will always remaining watertight.
Minimum of 35 -45-liter capacity, with a comfortable harness so that a majority of the weight rests on your hips rather than shoulders. A piece of more durable fabric will be more waterproof.