Packing List for Hiking

No matter how you plan to spend your days outdoors, you need to consider what to bring with you. We asked our product manager for packs and bags, Håkan Nyström, for tips. His suggestion is of course not cut in stone, it must be adapted to each one's own needs. But please read and let yourself be inspired.

Equipment list

TO CARRY
Backpack
Backpack rain cover
Packing bags/drybags t

TO WEAR
Extra layer
Wind or waterproof jacket
Wind or waterproof pant
Sweater, insulated

Long underwear top, wool
Long underwear pant, long, wool
Long underwear pant, short, wool

Thin and thick socks, wool
Hat/cap/buff
Thin gloves
Gloves with removable liner
Boots/shoes/ski boots
Camp/wading/hut shoes
Shorts
T-shirt, wool
Snow gaiters

CHANGE OF CLOTHES
Long underwear top, wool
Long underwear pant, long, wool
Long underwear pant, short, wool
Thin and thick socks, wool
Hat

NAVIGATE
Map
Compass
GPS

CAMP KITCHEN
Stove
Fuel
Lighting material
Vacuum bottle/bottle
Cutlery
Mugg/cup
Dishwashing gear
Food and drink

OTHER
Touring skis, steel edges
Touring poles, large basket
Skins and ski waxes
Googles
Sunglasses
Camera/binoculars
Headlamp
Tent lamp
Whistle
Emergency wind sack
Sitting pad
Knife/multi-tool/ax
Power bank/extra batteries
Safety line
Repair kit (for example pliers, tape, string, super glue, etc)
Hiking poles
Cell phone
Snow brush
Trash bag

CARE/HYGIEN
Small towel
First aid
Blister pads
Band-aids
Sunscreen
Toothbrush/toothpaste
Soap/shampoo
Toilet necessities and medicine
Toilet paper
Backcountry trowel
Mosquito repellent/insect protection
Pain killers/fever medicine
Suture tape

SLEEPING
Tent/tarp
Sleeping bag
Sleeping bag liner
Sleeping pad

Remember to carry out your trash, and that of others as well, for recycling.