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Trekking gears for Nepal

Trekking and Climbing gear

The accompanying things are suggested for a regular multi-day Trekking in Nepal. A few treks have tea-houses all through while others require outdoors and the important gear. The measure of your rucksack depends basically on regardless of whether you have doormen on your excursion. Those with Watchmen, as a rule, convey a day backpack with water, snacks, a camera, and rain outfit. Furthermore, those without doormen will require a bigger pack to fit the greater part of their own provisions and dozing hardware. Certain things can be acquired in Nepal, however, purchasing basic bits of outside hardware isn’t prescribed. Here we loaded List of  Trekking and climbing Gear list for Nepal  that we asst you.

For Sleeping in Himalayan region

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  • Sleeping bag (– 15° is okay if you do the normal trek and if you go higher than 6,000 m you need more temperature sleeping bag like -30)
  • Silk liner if you have
  • Pilo necessary we staying in the guest house there available

Trekking and Climbing Gear

Numerous evenings at bringing down heights will be sweltering, but since there will probably be a couple of extremely chilly evenings at high rise a cool climate sack is unavoidable. At low rises you can lay down with the silk liner just and utilize it later broadens the life of your pack (oil from the skin is awful for costly down).

For hiking Hiking 


  •  Backpack (measure relies upon regardless of whether you have to carry porter)
  •  Hiking boots (break them in already)
  •  Camp shoes (your reward in the wake of a monotonous day)
  •  Wool socks (bring a couple of sets of fluctuating thickness)
  •  Lightweight trekking pants
  •  Trekking shorts
  •  T-Shirts (lightweight fleece is awesome)
  •  Underwear

You will climb through an extensive variety of territory from mud in a warm climate to snow in chilly climate. The trail will be rough all through. In addition, the most secure wager for Nepal trekking footwear is full hiking boots, which give great help and insurance from the components. On the off chance that there is a high pass on your trek, you might stroll on snow and the conditions will be cool. A decent trade-off is to bring exploring boots and trail shoes—you can utilize the trail shoes for camp and exchange the two relying on the conditions and how you feel.

For Cold Weather

  •  Long clothing/Fleece thermals
  •  Sweater
  •  Fleece
  • Waterproof coat and jeans
  •  Heavyweight pants for high heights (additionally useful for camp)
  •  Heavy down coat (can be leased in Kathmandu)
  • Winter cap
  • Winter gloves


  •  Water filtration (pump, tablets, or Ste-ripen; bring from home)
  • Water bottles (no less than 3 liters add up to limit)
  •  Baseball top (the sun is solid at all heights)
  • Hiking posts (decrease the effect on your joints)
  •  Sunglasses (basic when you cross snow line)
  •  Headlight with additional batteries
  •  Reading materials (Fuel might be ideal)
  • Journal and pens
  • Camera with additional batteries
  •  Day pack (for your raincoat, snacks, camera, and so forth.)
  •  Heavy-obligation duffel bag (This we provide you for carrying porter)
  • Gators (numerous individuals wear them yet they are not compulsory)

Individual Supplies

  •  Sunscreen
  • Hand sanitarian
  •  Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, antiperspirant, floss, and so on.)
  •  Biodegradable bar cleanser
  •  Face/body wipes
  •  Biodegradable washing fluid
  • Throat tablets, lip demulcent
  •  Medications (Ibuprofen, others if essential)

Additional items

  •  Duct tape (settles pretty much everything, at any rate briefly. To abstain from conveying a whole move fold the coveted sum over a pencil)
  •  First help unit (with moleskin for rankles)
  •  Extra identification photographs and photocopies of your international ID
  • Travel insurance copy with policy
  • Family member contact detail

Note: Even if you don’t have this Nepal Trekking gear but still want to do Trekking in Nepal with us? Then we will help you with buying and renting gear; just contact us we will manage them for you as well. And something you will get from our Agency such as a Sleeping bag, Duffel bag, T-shirt, and Trekking poll.

Your Personal Climbing gear for Peak Climbing in Nepal 

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Main list are?

Plastic Boot                                         a pair
Crampons                                            a pair
Ice Axe                                                  one
Harness                                                one
Crabbiness                                         two each
Snow Gaiters                                       a pair
Snow / Sun Glass                                one each
Warm Gloves                                       a pair 
Wind Proof Jacket & Trouser.          a set each
Down Jacket                                         one each
Down sleeping bags                            one each with inner linear
Main Ropes                                          200 m ( 50 m per person) as per the peak chosen
Snow Bar                                               2 / 4 pieces depending upon group size.
Ski Pole (optional)                               one each