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Summer Camp 2016 - Gear List

Sir Sandford, Selkirks

Overview | Task List | Gear List

The following is a suggested list of items to bring with you to the Section Camp. Since everyone is different, it is meant as a suggestion/reminder only. Please remember that you will be restricted to 23 kg (50 lbs) of dunnage for the flight in so please pack wisely.

There will be the opportunity to discuss all of this with the camp managers before camp.

Food

7 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 7 dinners (packed in boxes, not in coolers) + extra food (just in case! There have been weather delays in the past).

Make sure at least one person brings a stove & fuel to the staging area just in case flight is cancelled/delayed due to weather and you have to spend the night there.

Climbing gear

Headlamp, climbing boots & spare laces, crampons (prefit to boots), day pack, climbing harness, 4 locking carabiners, 2 non-locking carabiners, prussic cord, cordelette for anchors (x2), sling, axe, water bottle, helmet, gaiters, belay device, ice screw, rock shoes, rock rack (not everyone needs to bring one. ) Optional: hiking poles, snow fluke, tarp

Camp Gear

Sleeping bag, thermarest, tent (sharing with someone else may be an option), cup, bowl, knife-fork/spoon Optional: bivy sack

Clothes

Climbing pants, underwear, long underwear, socks & spares, climbing shirts, warm layers - Goretex jacket, down jacket, fleece jacket, rain gear - pants and jacket, sunhat/tuque, sunglasses/glacier glasses, spare clothes for camp, bandana

Toiletries

Sunscreen for skin & lips, dental care (toothbrush, toothpaste, floss), biodegradable soap, brush or comb, eyecare (contacts, saline, spare contacts, glasses), deodorant, small amount of toilet paper (in case camp supply runs out), ear plugs.

Other

Small personal first aid kit (blister kit) and medication/vitamins, small repair kit, spare batteries for any electronics, towel, reading/writing material, maps/route information (please share with camp!), camera and film/digital cards, altimeter, GPS, compass, spare car keys, tarp.

As noted in the "Food" section above, for each week, arrangements should be made to bring one pot and stove and fuel in case people are stuck waiting at the staging area.

Do Not Bring:

Please do not bring the following items since they will be provided for general camp use: Base Camp - do not bring stoves/fuel, pots & pans, camp chairs, tables, dishwashing equipment