Clothing & Equipments


Light clothing is only for short treks up to seven days at altitudes up to 6000ft (1830m) during fall (autumn) from September to November and in spring between March to May. The other months at all altitudes will be cold and at most times the temperatures will be below zero.


You will need hiking boots with ankle support, sneakers for flat trails, and flip-flops or chappals for use around the camp/lodge.


Shirts, T-shirts (4), blouse, etc., for daywear and a woolen shirt/T-shirts for evenings.


Shorts, cotton trousers, jeans, sweatpants (recon-mended), etc.

Undergarments & Socks:

Thermal underwear and inner trousers for the above 7,000 ft. treks. Thick trek socks.

Warm Clothes:

A light sweater, a windcheater or light lined/padded jacket, and a down jacket or parka for above 7000 ft. treks. Woolen thick cap and warm gloves.

Sun / Rain:

Rain gear or umbrella and a sun hat are essential. Global warming has led to freak weather conditions and it has become more and more difficult to predict weather conditions.

Note: Umbrellas are cheap and easily available in Kathmandu.


In The Day Pack: In the Duffel Bag:
Sunglasses Towels
Moisturizing/Sunscreen lotion Spare batteries
Prescribed medicines Toiletries
Flashlight washing soap
Camera and spare film Spare clothes all wrapped in plastic bags
Reading Reference book/Notebook
Pencil/Pen / Water bottles/ Trek permits
Toilet paper
Umbrella/rain gear / Sweater

Note: Sleeping bags can be purchased in Kathmandu. It is even available on hire upon request. However, we request our clients to bring their own sleeping bags because of hygiene.