Since 1998
(+977) 98510 51658 (Whatsapp / Viber)

Trekking Equipments

The company provides a kit bag (for your goods to be carried by porter) and tea houses have foam mattresses. If you are on camping trek, company provides the mattresses, tents etc. You may bring your own down jacket and sleeping bag or you may purchase (one quarter of price in KTM) or hire for around US$ 1 per item daily. Do not come without “well walked in boots” – poor boots, poor trek and the best boot the best trek.

 

When preparing for a trekking adventure, having the right equipment is essential to ensure your safety, comfort, and enjoyment. Here’s a list of essential trekking equipment:

1. Clothing:
– Moisture-wicking base layers (tops and bottoms)
– Insulating layers (fleece jacket or down jacket)
– Waterproof and windproof outer shell jacket and pants
– Trekking pants or convertible pants
– T-shirts and long-sleeved shirts
– Thermal underwear (for high-altitude treks)
– Warm hat and sun hat
– Gloves or mittens
– Hiking socks (wool or synthetic)
– Trekking boots or hiking shoes
– Gaiters (optional but useful in snowy or muddy conditions)

2. Backpack and Packing:
– Sturdy backpack with a capacity of 30-40 liters
– Waterproof backpack cover or dry bags
– Sleeping bag suitable for the expected temperatures
– Sleeping pad or mat
– Lightweight and quick-drying towel

3. Trekking Gear:
– Trekking poles (helpful for stability and reducing stress on joints)
– Headlamp or flashlight with spare batteries
– Sunglasses with UV protection
– Sunscreen (high SPF) and lip balm
– Water bottles or hydration system
– Water purification tablets or filter
– Personal first aid kit and any necessary medications
– Trekking map and compass/GPS device
– Whistle and emergency blanket
– Trekking watch or altimeter (for high-altitude treks)
– Trekking backpack rain cover or waterproof liners

4. Miscellaneous:
– Toiletries (toilet paper, wet wipes, hand sanitizer, etc.)
– Lightweight and quick-drying travel towel
– Multi-purpose knife or multi-tool
– Cash and important documents (ID, passport, permits)
– Camera or smartphone for capturing memories
– Power bank or portable charger for electronic devices
– Snacks and energy bars
– Trekking guidebook or reading material (optional)

It’s important to note that the equipment required may vary depending on the specific trek, duration, and season. Consider consulting with experienced trekking companies or guides who can provide you with more specific recommendations based on your trekking itinerary and individual needs. Additionally, it’s crucial to break-in new shoes or boots before embarking on a long trek to prevent blisters and discomfort. Packing wisely and carrying only the necessary items will help keep your backpack lightweight and manageable throughout the trek.

 

Why we are the best for our client Company you can trust

Local Himalayan Experts

To provide you with an authentic Nepalese experience, our local experts are residents of the places. To ensure that every part of your journey is enjoyable and memorable, our office staff and skilled crews are always on hand.

Small Groups

Travelling in a small group of no more people provides and intimate experience where you will make lifelong friendships. while your guide and support staff are attentive to ensuring your travels are supportive and fully immersive.

Ultimate Flexibility

Quality services at the best prices make our adventures great value for money. Having essential items like meals, sightseeing and national park fees included in the trip cost allows you to better budget

Fully-Licensed Operator

Hiking Himalayas Treks & Expeditions is the trade name for authorized government-licensed trekking and touring company in Nepal. We are committed to ensuring you have a safe and enjoyable holiday

Review Us On:
We're affiliated & Join with:
We Accept:

Our International Partner:
Newsletter