A few snacks that may not need fire or water to cook and so you should surely pack in your backpack. Packed in small reusable sealed bags will also help you travel green. If you are taking your stove, pack ready to cook snacks like instant Poha, Upma, Oats, or some soups.
7. Personal Medical kit
When the term personal is mentioned that means you must carry all the medicines prescribed by your doctor or supplements that you need every day. Above all the snow-trek essentials, this is the most common thing that travelers usually forget or overlook.
8. Day Bag
A day bag, not more than 20 liters, is only required when you offload your luggage while hiking. Carry the urgent things that you may need, like medicines, water bottles, and first aid in your day bag. Verify with your organizer about the luggage offloading already.
It is crucial that you carry your sunglasses, woolen caps, and woolen bandanas to cover your face or neck and eyes from sun tanning or direct sun rays.
10. Comfortable and Necessary Clothing
Pack only comfortable clothing for trekking as fashionable clothes will not allow you to reach your destination. More so, fancy clothing is not comfortable. In case, if you’re planning to experience Water Rafting Tour Nepal Himalayas, then make sure you take the right clothes with you. Here we mention some must carry clothing:
- Trekking pants and t-shirts
- Thermal Inners
- Windproof and waterproof, stuffed jacket
- Fleece tees and jacket
11. Footwear & Feet Protection
As stated before good fit and high-quality trekking shoes, cotton, as well as woolen socks, and an extra pair of floaters, is important that you must pack. Don't forget to take extra padding for shoe bite inclined areas of your feet.
Carry sunscreen, moisturizer, lip balm, lightweight towel & napkins, face wash, Toilet paper, and hand sanitizer in your watertight toiletry bag. Carry an extra ziplock bag for situations of any leakage or spill and carrying the waste back with you.
Carry your own travel-friendly coffee mug, a fork and spoon as well as and travel-friendly lunch box as it has several benefits. While cooking on your own it helps to wash and carry it along to your next stop, avoiding any waste. So it's great for the environment. And if you are traveling in a group, it is always very healthful rather than sharing your coffee mug and lunch box.
14. First-Aid kit
Medicines for Motion Sickness, AMS, Antacids, Pain killers, Diarrhea, Fever, Allergies if any, Antifungal powder, Knee and back support, Bandages, instant pain relief spray, energy drink powder, bandages and ointment for shoe bites, etc. are a few of the medicines you should carry in your first aid kit.
15. Tents and other Stuff
Make sure that your organizer provides you with proper tends and blankets to rest on the mountains with great comfort. They share these tents with many, so make sure you don’t get the torn one.
When a backpack is packed in a better way, it will not only carry more gears and clothing but it will also help you make your trek hassle-free. Be it correctly placed items, trekking gears, and smart choices of snacks, everything will play a significant part in determining your adventure of a snow trek.