Packing List

packing-list

Printable Packing List

Overnight Guests

Below you will find items that we advise all of our overnight guests pack for their stay.
Backpack
Trail Map
Sleeping Bag / 40 degree1
Pillowcase
Headlamp and/or Flashlight
First Aid Kit
Self-Rescue Kit
Towel
Slippers2
Change of Clothes
Toiletries
Sunglasses
Snacks (Avoid foods that will freeze or spoil.)
Plenty of WATER3
- Whistle
- Emergency/Foil Blanket
- GPS and/or Compass (practice using it BEFORE you begin your trip–it does you no good if you can’t operate it)
- Extra Batteries
Optional Items
Book/Journal
Camera
Multi-Purpose Knife/Tool
Matches and/or a Lighter
 Seasonal Items
Summer/Fall Winter
Sunscreen
Insect Repellent
Cap or Bandana
Swimsuit
Rain Gear
Blaze Orange - Hunting Season Only (November)
Extra Hat
Extra Gloves or Mittens
Extra Socks
Hand/Foot Warmers
Wind/Waterproof Outer Layer
Optional Items Optional Items
Hiking Poles Ski Wax (if appropriate)

Day Visitors

Below are items that we suggest all day visitors carry.
Backpack
Trail Map
First Aid Kit
Self-Rescue Kit
Sunglasses
Snacks (Avoid foods that will freeze or spoil.)
Plenty of WATER3
- Whistle
- Emergency/Foil Blanket
- GPS and/or Compass (practice using it BEFORE you begin your trip–it does you no good if you can’t operate it)
- Extra Batteries
Optional Items
Book/Journal
Camera
Multi-Purpose Knife/Tool
Matches and/or a Lighter
Seasonal Items
Summer/Fall Winter
Sunscreen
Insect Repellent
Cap or Bandana
Swimsuit
Rain Gear
Blaze Orange - Hunting Season Only (November)
Extra Hat
Extra Gloves or Mittens
Extra Socks
Hand/Foot Warmers
Wind/Waterproof Outer Layer
Optional Items Optional Items
Hiking Poles Ski Wax (if appropriate)

1Bunkrooms are kept heated to about 50°F during the cooler months.
2A pair of light, slip-on shoes are ideal for wearing around the Hut and between the main lodge and bunkrooms. (Flip-flops are good during the summer!)
3Potable water is available at all huts for guests to refill water bottles so you will not need to bring all the water for your trip however you’ll want to bring enough water bottles to carry a sufficient amount of water. (For those going Hut-to-Hut, three quarts per person per day is a good rule of thumb, depending on the weather and your level of fitness. For those hiking only the short distances from a trailhead, 1 to 2 quarts per person should suffice, again, depending on the weather and your level of fitness.)
What NOT to bring

Since we produce all of our own power, electricity is at a premium; therefore, we respectfully request that you do not bring any of the following items:

  • Hair Dryers or Curling/Flat Irons
  • Laptops or iPads
  • Portable/Electronic Game devices
  • Stereos or CD players

Please do your part to help us conserve!