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Pack
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Sleeping bag
Sleeping pad
Stuff sack
Water bottles
Water filtertablets
Multi tool & knife
Flashlight and batteries
Map
Compass or GPS
Food for each meal plus extra emergency rations
Stove
Fuel

Clothing:
Underwear
Socks
Pants & shirts
Head gear
Rain gear
Sunglasses
Boots
Campground sandals
Jacket
Thermal layers
Sleeping clothing

Personal items:
Sunscreen
Lip balm
Prescription medications
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Pillow
Walking stick
Toilet paper
Hand sanitizer
Insect repellent
Toothbrush
Biodegradable soapshampoo

Safety items:
Extra flashlight
First-aid kit
Fire-starter
Water purification tablets
Pack cover
whistle and signal mirror
Compass or GPS
Emergency shelter
Survival knife

Additional items:
Pllastic bags for trash
Repair kits for tent, stove, sleeping pad, etc.
Small trowel or shovel
Extra layers of clothing
Cell phone
Weather radio


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