Recommended equipment sets:
     Achieving the Himalayan height is not a simple task. You must be fully equipped and mentally prepared to trek in harsh weather conditions. Consider about keeping yourself warm in high altitude. Clothing must be of high quality, lighter and warmer. The theory of “Travel light”, avoid unnecessary cloth and books packaging.
     Below given sets of equipment are the basic needs to survive in the Himalayan extreme temperature drop, simply minus 20 degrees Celsius at night. These items should come under your arrangement. You will be fully assisted to buy or hire them in Kathmandu, if needed so.

See the list below here

Top clothing items
Ø Two Cotton T-shirts with high neck & long sleeves
Ø Two long sleeve Thermal T-shirts
Ø A pair of Fleece gloves or mitten
Ø Woolen or fleece cap that can cover from your ear
Ø Down Jackets sleeveless & full sleeve
Ø Rain and wind proof (Gore-tex) jacket with hood
Ø A light muffler to protect your neck
Ø Sunny hat and UV protection sunglasses
Ø A warm, thick & light T-shirt while not hiking
Ø Eye wear - UV protection sunglasses with side cover

Non-Clothings item
Ø Hand Towel, soaps, cream, lip balm, Sun lotion etc
Ø High quality toilet papers 2 rolls (Available in lodges)
Ø Some of your favourite snacks for high altitude
Ø Ear plugs to avoid noise at night if needed
Ø Camera, Memory, battery & charging cables
Ø Torch light for the night use
Ø Heat resistable 1 liter capacity water bottle
Ø Make sure to carry your personal medicine if any
Ø Tooth brush and small tube of tooth paste
Ø Water treating tablets


Bottom clothing items
Ø Thick woolen socks for bed time - 1 pair
Ø Thick and warm socks for hiking – 4 pairs
Ø Two pairs of Cotton light weight hiking pants
Ø A pair of Short or quarter pants
Ø Under wear 4/5
Ø A pairs of comfortable trousers
Ø Long underwear while hiking/sleeping (Thermal) - 2
Ø Rain/Wind proof Gore-Tex trousers with side zips


Miscelleneous Items
Ø Boots: High quality, light with Vibram sole.
Ø Sandle: A pair of Light material sandle (sleeper)
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Sleeping Bag: Four-Seasons to stand at -20 C
Ø A duffel bag with padlock to send items with porters,
Ø A day pack to carry water, camera & frequently needed items
     (Day pack stays with you all the time)
Ø A pair of Gaiters useful if heavy snowfall

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A soft bag to collect soiled clothes

Frequently needed items should stay with you in your daypack