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Equipment Checklist

Equipment Checklist - Gear And Accessories

When doing the trekking adventure in the Himalayan region of the country, you need to pack the right layers and necessary equipment to make the journey enjoyable. During your trip, you will pass through different climatic zones and you will need to maneuver yourself on the rugged trails of the isolated region.

So, packing the right gear and clothes can help you to make the experience both comfortable and delightful. However, you need to be creative while packing your luggage for the trip. Your porter will carry only about 15kg of your luggage during your Himalayan adventure, and if you pack excessively, you will have to carry the luggage that crosses the weight limit by yourself.

Packing efficiently without missing out on the essentials is the balance you should look for during your trip. Here are some of our recommended pack lists that you can cross-reference with your checklist.

Head and Upper Body

  • Sun hat or sports hat
  • Woolen hat, beanie, insulated hat
  • Cowl, neck gaiter, or scarf
  • Moisture wicking vests
  • Lightweight half t-shirt, full t-shirt
  • Insulated mid layers
  • Sweater, thermal vest
  • Windproof/waterproof shell jacket
  • Fleece jacket, insulated breathable jacket
  • Down jacket for minus temperatures
  • Lightweight gloves
  • Insulated or woolen gloves
  • Warm pair of undergarments

Lower Body and Feet

  • Moisture wicking leggings
  • Lightweight cotton pant
  • Trekking shorts
  • Windproof/waterproof trousers
  • Insulated trousers, heavy woolen trousers
  • Several pairs of socks, lightweight to insulated
  • Comfortable trekking boots (brek-in first)
  • Trainer or sports shoes
  • Slippers or sandals for teahouses
  • Waterproof foot gaiter

Personal Care

  • Soap, shampoo and conditioner
  • Lip care
  • Sunscreen cream and body lotion
  • Tissue paper, wet wipes
  • Toilet paper
  • Travel towel
  • A small mirror, nail clipper
  • Toothbrush and toothpaste
  • Dental floss
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Small first aid kit
  • Personal medication
  • Foot powder
  • Deodorant
  • Feminine hygiene products
  • Razor and trimmers


  • Sleeping bag (four seasonal)
  • Trekking poles
  • Ankle support
  • Duffle bag
  • Backpack
  • Rain cover for bags
  • Water bottles and thermos flask
  • Water filtration systems or purification tablets
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera and binoculars
  • Flashlight or headlamp with an extra pair of batteries
  • Solar charger and portable power bank
  • Repair kit and ducktape
  • Packing sack
  • Durable garbage bag
  • GPS device, map, and compass

**Note: You can buy and rent trekking clothes as well as gear in Kathmandu for your Himalayan adventure**