HIKING & CAMPING
Here are a few items to bring to stay safe on your next camping or hiking trip!
GPS OR SAFETY DEVICE
If you’re planning on hiking in unfamiliar places, it’s a good idea to bring a GPS or safety device in case something goes wrong.
The rule of thumb is to bring 3 liters of water per day. Check if there are available water stations on your hiking route!
Water purification tables or a filtration system are essential for consuming clean water!
FIRST AID KIT
It’s important to prepare for potential injuries! There are several basic first-aid kits available.
A headlamp and extra batteries can keep safe during the night.
Having a knife or multitool is useful for gear repairs and unexpected situations.
MAP & PERMITS
Similar to a GPS device, if you’re hiking on unfamiliar territory, consider a map. Apply for necessary hiking permits as well.
Carrying shelter, like a sleeping bag, tent, or emergency blanket is essential for overnight trips.
MAKE A LIST
While not required, everything on this gear list is necessary in some way!