Important Note: Most trips range from 5-28 days, so pack accordingly. You may bring a large duffel bag or a soft suitcase for most of our travel trips. However, it is advised to have a rucksack or duffel for the hiking adventure trip. Be sure to provide a small daypack to carry items with you on the trails or with you in the vehicle en route to our next destination. Weather is often unpredictable. Even if the weather reports are expecting sunny skies each day, it is best to always be prepared for all conditions. Many of our
to camp at various elevations during a tour, so be prepared for possibly cooler temperatures in the evenings at higher elevations.
Mask (Only recommended, not mandatory)
Go over WHO recommendations here
T-shirts or nylon travel shirt (best not to hike in cotton shirts, but be comfortable in the evening)
Long sleeve shirt, wicking material, and sun protection is ideal
Warm top, sweater or pullover, also wicking material
Fleece jacket or insulated coat (Just incase its cold at night)
Rainproof jacket (important to have!)
Sunhat or baseball cap, perhaps a bandana for sun protection
Warm hat & gloves (ideal for cold nights and early mornings)
Nylon pants and shorts.
Comfortable, fleece pants (optional)
Sturdy, slightly broken-in hiking boots are ideal. Best if not too heavy, above the ankle, and waterproof.
Closed-toe shoe that can get wet
Comfortable sneakers (trainers) and or slippers for camp.
Hiking socks (generally wool). Avoid cotton.
Bathing suit (Optional – swimming options available depending on the tour)
Refillable water bottle or a bladder pack
Trekking poles (optional)
Day pack for hiking
Maybe an extra camp pillow? (You might want this in the car) Please note that we do provide you a pillow at night!
Sunglasses, sunscreen, chapstick (High elevations, intense sun, and exposure can take its a toll)
Toiletries & general cleanup items
Towel for showers
Headlamp or flashlight
We recommend you budget at least $15 per day that will cover miscellaneous snacks, drinks, and general spending.
Guide gratuity (We recommended 15-20% of trip cost)
Be sure to inform Evergreen Tours about any health-related issues prior to your trip. If you have any known allergies or reactions, for your safety, it is imperative that we are aware of any and all possible reactions you may be susceptible to.
Knee braces might help on steep terrain
Prescription medicine, please inform your trip leader of any medications you are taking
Bring any necessary medication or emergency medication
If we can be of further assistance, please feel free to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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