Before embarking on a trek in Nepal, it is essential to pack the necessary gear and equipment. Here is a checklist of essential trekking gear you should take with you:
- Warm and waterproof/hardshell jacket - Fleece or softshell jacket - Hiking pants and shorts - Long-sleeved trekking shirts - Thermal underwear - Hiking socks - Insulated and waterproof gloves or mittens - Warm hat and headwear to protect your face and neck from the sun
- Sturdy and waterproof hiking boots - Gaiters to protect your boots and legs from snow, mud, and dirt
- Large backpack (50 to 80 liters) with a rain cover - Daypack (around 20 liters) to carry essential items during the day
Sleeping and Shelter:
- Trekking poles with snow baskets - Sleeping bag rated for sub-zero temperatures (comfort level) - Sleeping pad - Headlamp with extra batteries - Personal First Aid Kits and medicines
- Camera and extra batteries - Portable chargers for electronic devices - Solar-powered chargers (optional)
- Water bottles/hydration packs and filters or purification tablets - Lightweight and quick-drying towel - Sunscreen and lip balm - Insect repellent - Whistle and compass - Cash and necessary documents (passport, permits, trekking maps, insurance) - Trekking map and guides
It is important to note that this checklist may vary depending on the weather conditions, trekking route, and personal preferences. It is advisable to pack light and carry only the essential items to make your trek comfortable and hassle-free.
Sherpa Expedition and Trekking is one of the pioneers of Trekking, tour and expedition in
which was established on January 07, 1977, with a motto: ‘Enhancing Tourism possibilities
the Globe’. Sherpa Expedition and Trekking is proud to be recognized as the fifth Trekking
Adventure company authorized by the Tourism Board of Nepal.