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Nepal: Trekking to Everest Base Camp

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Dates: November

The trek to Everest Base Camp, or Sagarmatha, "mother goddess of the earth", often constitutes the dream par excellence of hikers: a great classic that is on average demanding in terms of physical effort and time required, but no less spectacular than others in terms of views and altitudes reached. The route goes up the Khumbu valley, populated by different ethnic groups of Tibetan origin and Buddhist faith, here the most majestic mountains of the Himalaya chain, the highest on the planet, are concentrated. On the return from Base Camp, after reaching the 5545 m of Kala Pattar, we will be sufficiently acclimatised to also climb the 5550 m of Chukhung Ri, again in the presence of theEverest (8848 m), Lhotse (8414 m), Nuptse (7861 m), Pumori (7165 m) and theAma Dablam (6856 m).
A large part of the trek takes place within the Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO protected site inhabited by numerous species of wild animals such as musk deer, red pandas, snow leopards, bears and pheasants.
The high part of the itinerary reaches altitudes of a certain prominence that exceed 5,000 metres, so it is essential to prepare for the trek with a good workout even at altitude and to be in an optimal physical condition to be able to fully enjoy every moment and to be able to face the difficulties that we might encounter with confidence.

THE HISTORY OF THE EVEREST REGION 

The history of the Nepal is lost in time, ever since the first migrations led tribes to move into and settle in these remote valleys. Among these, the most prominent is surely that of the Sherpa, a people who gave themselves this name to distinguish themselves from the other Nepalese peoples from Tibet (shar-pa means men from the east). Their congenital adaptation to altitude and the fact that they live at the foot of the great peaks himalayan has led them to be identified as the bearers par excellence. A unique people in the world characterised not only by their impressive physical endowments but also by a particularly generous and hospitable culture, for them it is not material wealth that counts, but the ability to empathise with their neighbours and respect for human dignity.

  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Adventure travel
  • Activity Level Intermediate
    4/8
All about the Nepal: Trekking al Campo Base dell’Everest.

Difficulty: Intermediate

TRAVEL DATA SHEET
Duration: 18 days, month of November Dates will be fixed according to the convenience of air travel and communicated to members on 1 June 2024.
Type of trip: trekking / culture
Trek: 13 days of trekking, 5/6 h of walking per day, some 8/10 h stages.
Technical commitment: easy.
Suitable: trained hikers.
Physical commitment: demanding because of the altitude.
Equipment: travel/trekking/ sleeping bag.
Highest altitude: Base camp 5360 m. / Kala Patthar 5550 m. / Chukhung Ri 5550 m.
Transport: air flights.
Overnight stays: hotel in Kathmandu / lodge along the trek.
Meals: As stated daily in the programme.

TREKKING
This trek is suitable for experienced hikers in good health and with a spirit of adaptation. It is 13 days of walking with a light rucksack mainly at altitudes above 3500 m. The paths that you will walk on do not present any technical difficulties and are well beaten, both on ground and traced snow in some sections. Depending on the weather conditions, it is possible to find snow on the route, but crampons are not usually necessary. The trails initially follow rivers and valleys and then climb up ridges and shoulders, which means a series of steep uneven steps and zig-zags on the way up, the classic 'Nepali flat'. Daily walks have an approximate average duration of 5 to 7 hours with some stages lasting 8 to 9 hours, considering the pace of an average walker, so it is important to be fit, have good boots and be used to hiking for many days carrying a backpack. Training at home by taking long walks while carrying a 5 kg backpack is a good start. Before embarking on this long and physically demanding journey, it is advisable to have a health and dental check-up. With regard to the reaction to altitude activity, it is recommended to experience the high mountains to see how one reacts to it and to consult one's general practitioner for possible therapy to help overcome the symptoms of altitude sickness and improve acclimatisation. When approaching Base Camp, altitude exposure makes walking strenuous and the likelihood of altitude sickness higher, so it is necessary to take days off and walk slowly. If a person should have acclimatisation problems (altitude sickness) on the last stage before Base Camp, they can stay at Lobuche village to rest and wait for the group to return, thus sparing themselves the higher altitudes. During the trek we will be exposed to a wide range of temperatures depending on the altitude and time of day. In the mountains between 1,000 and 3,500 metres, the nights will be cool, normally around 5ºC, during the day temperatures can sometimes rise up to 25ºC. At higher altitudes, temperatures range from around -15ºC to -10ºC at night, so it will be important to have a good sleeping bag and a selection of suitable clothing to provide layers and protection from the cold and sun. The highest altitudes reached will be those of Kala Pattar a (5550m) and the ascent to the Kongma La pass (5535m), it must be considered that you will spend whole days above 4000m, which means more effort than usual.
The route is designed to allow optimal acclimatisation to the altitude difference. The best advice is to go slowly, eat enough, hydrate adequately and sleep well. No special vaccinations are required to visit the Everest region.

PLANNED ACCOMMODATION
Hotel accommodation in Kathmandu, in the Thamel district, is basic, always in double rooms with private bathroom, breakfast service is included while main meals are excluded. These hotels are simple but clean and are located in the tourist area frequented by westerners, where there is a wide choice of restaurants that also serve international food.
Along the trek, we will stay in 'lodges', simple stone and wooden buildings that are family-run, with double or triple rooms. Breakfast and dinner of Nepalese food are included. It is essential to bring a sleeping bag. There is no central heating in the lodges, only the dining room is heated. Bathrooms are communal and showers with hot water (when there are any) are charged for and towels are not provided. It is advisable to drink boiled water during the trek and/or use good quality water purifiers, we strongly advise against buying water in plastic bottles mainly because by doing so we risk contributing substantially to the pollution of the Himalayan area.
A spirit of adaptation is required because these are simple and spartan accommodations lacking in comfort.

MEALS AND DRINKS
Only breakfast is included in the city stay for the simple reason that nowadays the choice of restaurants in Kathmandu is wide and varied.
Along the trek, the meals eaten in the lodges are prepared with local products, the dishes are mainly vegetarian: chapati, rice, eggs, soups, fresh vegetables when there are any and apples. The typical Nepalese dish is Dhal Bhat made of rice, lentils and vegetables.
All drinks at each meal are not included.
It is strongly recommended not to drink water from springs or sources. Bottled non-carbonated mineral water can be found in all the places crossed as, of course, tea or chay. The lodges serve drinking water (boiled or filtered) for a fee.
There will be a communal chest for tea and herbal teas consumed in the lodges and tea houses along the route.

LUGGAGE TRANSPORT DURING THE TREK
 During the trek, personal luggage, for which we will provide a special bag, will be carried by porters. Each participant will be allowed a maximum of 10 kg. of luggage to carry.
 Each participant will thus only be able to carry a personal backpack with the essentials for the day: water bottle, photo/video camera, shirt, jacket, books, personal documents, basic medicines, glasses, spare clothes and valuables. Access to the main luggage is guaranteed at the end of the day, once the final destination of the stage has been reached.
Before the trek, it will be possible to leave some of your luggage in the hotel in Kathmandu, and then retrieve it on our return.

GENERAL TREKKING NOTES
The trek is designed to enjoy the walk, does not involve any mountaineering difficulties and does not require any previous high mountain experience. Walking along trails and sleeping in simple, spartan hotels is not something you do every day, but they are situations that everyone can certainly face and live with serenity. A good physical condition is important, good training is necessary, which can easily be obtained by doing articulated hikes, ascents and descents, with a 5 kg rucksack on our shoulders, this will help us to have the necessary preparation to face this experience.
With appropriate equipment, a spirit of adaptation and cooperation, respect and tolerance for the group, the rest will follow: it will be the pleasure of observing spectacular landscapes at our own pace, exploring nature, savouring the silence and solitude of these remote areas that will fill our days.
The hours of the daily stages indicated are calculated on an average pace, taking into account stops for photography, and breaks for lunch and tea to be determined with the guide.
The wake-up time is usually around 6:00/6:30, the porters' luggage must be ready before breakfast so that they can organise the transport. In the morning we walk for 3-4 hours on average and after lunch for 2-3 hours, clearly depending on the length of the stage. Access to the main luggage is guaranteed at the end of the day, so you should not put anything in it that you might need during the day.

To enter Nepal, you need:
- Passport with residual validity of more than 6 months from the date of visa application.
- An entry visa for tourist travel must be applied for at the Honorary Consulate of Nepal in Rome or (strongly discouraged) on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. The cost to date is 50 euros plus shipping costs.
- 3 photo cards.
- photocopy of documents, useful in case of theft or loss.

USEFUL INFO
- The official language is Nepali, but English is widely spoken and taught in schools.
- The currency is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). The current exchange rate is: 1 euro = 136 NPR; 1000 rupees = 7.35 euro. The exchange is done directly on arrival. In the villages, it is good to have NPR banknotes, even in small denominations, to avoid problems with change.
- Telephone. To call a number in Nepal, first dial the international dialling code 00977, followed by the city code (1 for Kathmandu). Nepal's telephone network, both fixed and mobile, is quite developed and reliable. Mobile network coverage is good in most parts of the country, except in the most remote mountainous areas.

INTERCONTINENTAL AIR TRAVEL
The airfare has not been calculated in the fee. From Italy to Nepal there are no direct connections, generally there is a stopover at a hub in Arab countries. Departures are from the airports of Milan Malpensa and Rome Fiumicino.

TREKKING EQUIPMENT
Comfortable boots suitable for a trek over mixed terrain, they must be waterproof, long and short trekking trousers, or those with a zip that can be shortened, tights, 3 technical T-shirts, 1 light and 1 medium or heavier fleece (onion system), goretex jacket, down jacket, fleece and cotton hat, warm gloves, breathable sweat-proof trekking socks, spare personal clothing, thermos flask or water bottle, sunglasses, high-protection sun cream and cocoa butter with protection factor, telescopic trekking poles, personal medication, cleaning kit towel, soap, toothpaste, toothbrush etc. , head torch with spare batteries, warm sleeping bag, trekking backpack of about 25/30 litres, optional: camera, binoculars,... we recommend a rainproof backpack cover.

GENERAL TREKKING NOTES
The trek is designed to enjoy the walk; it does not involve mountaineering difficulties or knowledge of high mountains. Walking along paths, making transfers on dirt and dusty tracks, sleeping in simple and spartan hotels, are not everyday experiences but represent situations that everyone can certainly face and live with serene tranquillity. A good physical condition is sufficient, but a minimum of training is required, which can easily be obtained by doing articulated hikes, with ascents and descents and a 5 kg. rucksack on our shoulders, this will help us to have the necessary preparation.
With appropriate equipment, a spirit of adaptation and cooperation, respect and tolerance for the group, the rest will follow: it will be the pleasure of observing spectacular landscapes at our own pace, exploring nature, savouring the silence and solitude of these remote areas that will fill our days.
The hours of the daily stages indicated are calculated on an average pace, taking into account stops for photography, and breaks for lunch and tea to be determined with the guide.
During the trek we will only carry a rucksack where we can store our water bottle, glasses, personal documents, spare parts and anything else we consider useful to have with us.
Waking up is usually around 6.30/ 7.00 a.m., the porters' luggage must be ready before breakfast so that they can organise the transport. In the morning we walk for 3-4 hours on average and after lunch for 2-3 hours, clearly depending on the length of the stage. Access to the main luggage is guaranteed at the end of the day so you should not put anything in it that you might need during the day.

To enter Nepal, you need:
- Passport with residual validity of at least 6 months and in any case longer than the period of stay in the country.
- Tourist entry visa which can be applied for at the Honorary Consulate of Nepal in Rome or on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu (not recommended),
the cost is $50.
- from 10 March 2022, access to the country is conditional on the presentation of a complete vaccination certificate against Covid-19; in the absence of this document, travellers must present a negative Covid test result (RT-PCR, True NNAT,Gene Xpert) carried out within 72 hours prior to departure
- 3 photo cards
- a photocopy of the passport in case of loss.

USEFUL INFO
- The official language is Nepali, but English is widely spoken and taught in schools.
- The currency is the Nepalese Rupee (NPR). The current exchange rate is: 1 euro = 136 NPR; 1000 rupees = 7.35 euro. The exchange is done directly on arrival. In the villages, it is good to have NPR banknotes, even in small denominations, to avoid problems with change.
- Telephone. To call a number in Nepal, first dial the international dialling code 00977, followed by the city code (1 for Kathmandu). Nepal's telephone network, both fixed and mobile, is quite developed and reliable. Mobile network coverage is good in most parts of the country, except in the most remote mountainous areas.

INTERCONTINENTAL AIR TRAVEL
The cost of airfare has not been included in the fee because of the considerable fluctuations in price and because it also depends on the number of people in the group. Reductions are offered from a minimum number of 10 people. From Italy to Nepal there are no direct connections, we will have to make an intermediate stopover depending on the airline company we use.

The minimum number of participants to start the activity is 6 persons.

Participation fee

The fee refers to a minimum of 5 persons

  • 5 persons 2300 €
  • 6 persons 2150 €
  • 8 persons 2000 €
  • 10 persons 1900 €
  • 12 persons 1800 €

Payments:
- Confirmatory deposit of 30% by 15 May 2024;

- By 30 June, the full flight fee: travel arrangements and exact dates will be provided upon confirmation of the flight;
- Balance: by 15 September 2024;
- Should the minimum number of 5 persons not be reached, the price may be subject to change;
- If the trip cannot be realised, due to a lack of people, the fees paid will be refunded in full;
The usual cancellation policy provides for the following penalties:
  • 45 to 21 days prior to arrival or performance: penalty of 30%
    20 to 10 days prior to arrival or performance: penalty of 50%
    09 to 3 days prior to arrival or performance: penalty of 70%
    03 to 0 days before arrival or performance: penalty of 100%

We reserve the right to communicate variations or changes to what is indicated, also according to the requirements and specifications of our suppliers.

- It is advisable to take out travel cancellation insurance to protect against cancellation penalties in the event of cancellation of the booked trip due to illness, accident, etc.

Information

For more information about the activity or requests, please write to segreteria@prorockoutdoor.it or call +39 3349585828 or +39 3451168661

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

INCLUDED

  • Accompaniment and assistance from the Italian Alpine Guide and logistical organisation;
  • Transfers within Nepal by private transport and aircraft as detailed in the itinerary;
  • Overnight stays in a hotel in Kathmandu, double room with breakfast;
  • Overnight stays in lodges during the trek;
  • Meals as indicated in the detailed itinerary;
  • Tea and coffee drinks only at breakfast;
  • Certified Nepalese guide, with knowledge of English;
  • Personal bag to carry luggage during the trek;
  • Transport of personal luggage during the trek with carriers max. 10 kg per person;
  • Food and transfers for the staff (guide and porters) accompanying us;
  • TIMS (protected areas) permit for the trek;
  • Helicopter transport insurance up to a maximum of EUR 10,000 per person;
  • Liability insurance for the Alpine Guide;
  • statutory VAT;
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

NOT INCLUDED

  • Intercontinental flights Italy - Kathmandu. Kathmandu-Italy;
  • Travel insurance (optional, recommended);
  • Personal accident insurance;
  • Meals not indicated in the detailed itinerary;
  • Lunches and dinners in Kathmandu;
  • All drinks;
  • Nepal entry visa, $50;
  • Extra services due to force majeure;
  • Visits, entrance fees, optional services and/or activities;
  • Tips, phone calls, and extras of a personal nature;
  • sleeping bag and personal trekking equipment;
  • Medicines;
  • Personal extras in the lodges (shower for a fee, extra drinks and food, use of WIFI where available), phone calls;
  • Costs for evacuation for any emergency;
  • The guide's transport costs (international flight, train,...) will be divided among all participants;

Everything not included under 'Included

  1. Day One Day One

    Arrival in Kathmandu
    Meeting to be arranged and departure for the reference airport...... Arrival and formalities. Transfer to the planned accommodation.
    Overnight stay in a hotel with breakfast
    Free meals

  2. Day Two Day Two

    Visit to Kathmandu
    Meeting with Nepalese guide, preparation Trek. Free day to visit the historical city centre, interesting Durbar Square, Swoyambhunath Temple, Passhupatinath Temple and other places of interest.
    Overnight stay in a hotel with breakfast
    Free meals

  3. Third Day Third Day

    From Kathmandu to Lukla to Phakding (2610 m)
    1-day trek:  Walking time: plane 35 minutes, 4 hours, 8 km, difference in altitude: +160 /-380
    In the morning, transfer to the airport and approach flight to the Everest region lasting about 35 minutes with landing at the small mountain airport of Lukla. The first leg, rather short but very beautiful, takes us to the entrance of the Sagarmatha (Everest) Park with destination Phakding where we will spend the night.
    Accommodation: lodge

  4. Day Four Day Four

    From Phakding (2610 m) to Namche Bazar (3440 m)
    2 day trek:   Walking time: 6 h, 11 km, difference in altitude: +930/- 150
    In the morning, transfer to the airport and approach flight to the Everest region lasting about 35 minutes with landing at the small mountain airport of Lukla. The first leg, rather short but very beautiful, takes us to the entrance of the Sagarmatha (Everest) Park with destination Phakding where we will spend the night.
    Accommodation: lodge

     

  5. Fifth Day Fifth Day

    Day of acclimatisation from Namche - hike up to Khumjung (3780 m)
    3-day trek:   Walking time: 6 h, 9 km difference in altitude: +410/-70
    It is important to acclimatise before venturing to higher altitudes, so today we plan to visit the Sherpa Museum in Namche and a short, pleasant drive past Khunde Tsamkhang, a Buddhist temple founded by a Lama who fled from Tingri in Tibet, to Khumjung, where we will visit the school founded in 1961 by Sir Edmund Hillary, the first mountaineer to climb Everest, and where we will spend the night
    Accommodation: lodge

  6. Sixth Day Sixth Day

    From Khumjung in Tengboche (3860 m)
    4-day trek:  Walking time: 5 h, 8 km, difference in altitude: +560/-480
    Leaving the village, we will follow a path with gentle ups and downs, from which we will enjoy magnificent views of the valley along which the Dudh Kosi flows and of the surrounding mountains. We will arrive on the plateau where the Tengboche temple is located, the largest Gompa in Khumbu. An idyllic place, with views of Ama Dablam, Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse. Here we will take a break with the opportunity for those who wish to do so to visit the interior of the temple and follow a Buddhist monk ceremony.
    Accommodation: lodge

     

  7. Seventh Day Seventh Day

    Thyangboche to Dingboche (4350 m)
    5 day trekWalking time: 7 h, 9 km, difference in altitude: +630/-170
    Today's route takes us past some yak herders' huts and cultivated fields, until we reach a bridge crossing the Khumbu Khola. With a steep climb, we arrive at Dingboche, a village in a very pleasant location surrounded by high peaks.
    Accommodation: lodge

  8. Day Eight Day Eight

    Dingboche to Lobuche (4930 m)
    6 day trek    Travel time: 7 h walk, 10 km, difference in altitude: +63/-30
    From Dimboche, we take the trail up towards the village of Duglha. From there the track climbs directly onto the terminal moraine of the Khumbu Glacier for about an hour, then turns left and reaches a memorial area known as Chukpilhara. Arrive in the afternoon at Lobuche, an important stopping point for trekkers.
    Accommodation: lodge

  9. Ninth Day Ninth Day

    Lobuche to Old Everest Base Camp (5364 m) to Gorak Shep (5150 m)
    7 day trek   Walking time: 9 h, 13 km, difference in altitude: +430/-190
    A long and tiring stage, but one full of emotions. Climbing up the moraine of the Khumbu glacier and walking over stony ground, surrounded by the typical high mountain landscape, we will reach Everest Base Camp, which in reality is not a well-defined place but an area: over time the various expeditions have chosen different points in which to set up their semi-permanent camp to serve as their base during their attempts to climb the mountain. From Base Camp, impressive walls of snow and ice rise up to over 7000 m, such as Pumori and Nuptse, "two sentinels" guarding the entrance to the route to Chomolungma, our Everest. All that remains is for us to enjoy these unique views, before descending to the lodge at Gorak Shep where we will spend the night.
    Accommodation: lodge

  10. Tenth Day Tenth Day

    From Gorak Shep (5150mt.) Ascent Kala Pattar (5550mt.) to Lobuche (4930mt.)
    8 day trek   Walking time: 6 h, 8 km, difference in altitude: +420/-660
    Wake up before dawn to ascend Kala Pattar and enjoy one of the most exciting sights, the sunrise behind the summit of Everest. From here, although it is not a particularly high point, the southern slope of the highest mountain on earth is fully visible, as are Lho La (the pass between Nepal and Tibet) and Changtse (the northern summit of Everest). Descent to Lobuche where we stay overnight.
    Accommodation: lodge

  11. Day Eleven Day Eleven

    From Lobuche- Kongma La (5535m) to Chukkung (4730m)
    Day 9 trek   Walking time: 9 h, 11 km, difference in altitude: +902/-964
    A possible downhill variation to the ascent route, on the ninth day, is the traverse to Chukhung. Starting from Lobuche, we immediately cross the Khumbu glacier passing by the splendid viewpoint of Kongma La (5535 m) to cross it and descend to Chukhung, a small cluster of shepherds' huts, strategically located at the foot of the Imja, Lhotse, Nuptse and Ama Dablam glaciers. The route winds its way up steep trails, and the day is tiring but rewarding.
    Accommodation: lodge

  12. Twelfth Day Twelfth Day

    From Chukkung ascent to Chukhung Ri (5550 m) in Dingboche (4410 m)
    10 day trek Walking time: 8 h, 11 km, difference in altitude: +817/-1120
    Wake up early in the morning to ascend in about 2 hours to Chukhung Ri (5550 m) where, weather permitting, we will enjoy views of Cho Oyu, the Lhotse face and Makalu. From here we will descend to Dingboche (4410 m.) where we will spend the night.
    Accommodation in the lodge.

  13. Thirteenth Day Thirteenth Day

    From Dingboche (4410 m) to Thyangboche (3870 m)
    11 day trek Walking time: 6 h, 10 km, difference in altitude: +180/-640
    The return route is much easier: our trek continues downhill. After a short ascent to Pheriche La, we walk up and down to Pangboche and then descend to the Imja River. After crossing the suspension bridge we will walk through a forested area to Deboche and with a short climb we will reach Tengboche.
    Accommodation: lodge

  14. Day Fourteen Day Fourteen

    From Thyangboche to Namche Bazaar (3870 m)
    12 day trek   Walking time: 5 h, 8 km, difference in altitude: +350/-770
    From Thyangboche, we will travel through a pine and rhododendron forest to Phungki Thanga. After crossing a bridge, our route will continue uphill to Sanasa (Khumbu Junction) where we will enjoy the fabulous view of AmaDablam, Thamserku and Nuptse, finally arriving at Namche Bazaar.
    Accommodation: lodge

  15. Fifteenth Day Fifteenth Day

    From Namche Bazaar in Lukla (2830 m)
    13 day trek   Walking time: 8 h, 19 km, difference in altitude: +530/-1100
    Last day of the trek, although the path to Lukla is long we are now in good shape and trained to walk. Once in Lukla we settle in for the night and prepare for our flight back to Kathmandu the following morning.
    Accommodation: lodge

  16. Sixteenth Day Sixteenth Day

    flight from Lukla in Kathmandu
    In the morning, after saying goodbye and thanking our Nepalese guide and our porters for their hard work, we board our flight back to Kathmandu. In about forty minutes we will reach the city and it will be an abrupt return to the noise and bustle of Nepal's capital.
    Overnight stay in a hotel with breakfast.
    Free meals

  17. Seventeenth Day Seventeenth Day

    Kathmandu city tour.
    Day at leisure to visit other parts of the city and relax.
    Overnight stay in a hotel with breakfast

  18. eighteenth day eighteenth day

    Kathmandu city tour return to Italy
    Breakfast and free day. Transfer to the airport at around 23:00 to return to Italy.

The following equipment is required:
  • Two telescopic trekking poles,
  • Trekking boots,
  • Backpack,
  • Front battery, with charged battery and one spare,
  • 1.5 litre thermal water bottle,
  • Sun and lip cream,
  • Hiking socks, possibly 1 pair for changing,
  • Sweat-enhancing T-shirt-underwear set,
  • Spare T-shirt,
  • Lightweight fleece,
  • Waterproof windbreaker,
  • Waterproof poncho,
  • Waterproof backpack cover,
  • Lightweight fleece gloves,
  • Fleece hat and sun hat,
  • Sunglasses,
  • Waterproof jacket-pants goretex-type suit,
  • Aspirin, Aulin, patches,
  • sleeping bag,
  • short trousers,
  • long trousers,
  • toilet, towel,
  • tights
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