What do we bring?
With your confirmation forms, you will receive a packing list and information on what to expect from the climate. Here is the basic list.
Pack light and think layers!
1-2 pairs of pants or jeans (zip-off pants are super convenient)
3-4 pairs of shorts
3-4 t-shirts or tank tops
Sweatshirt or long-sleeve fleece shirt
Light-weight waterproof jacket or wind breaker
Knit cap (for chilly campfire nights)
Hiking boots or sturdy sneakers
Sturdy water sandals (Teva®-like) or water shoes (flip-flops aren’t sturdy enough)
Undergarments, socks, undies, etc.
*Laundry facilities will be available throughout the week
Please pack your gear in a soft-sided suitcase or duffel bag!
Daypack or backpack and water bottle (Camelbaks® and other hydration backpacks are one of the best inventions ever or so we like to think. Also, most backpacks can hold a hydration reservoir aka “bladder”)
Camera (guests tend to average 20-50 photographs per day)
Small flashlight or headlamp (hands-free headlamps are super handy)
Ear plugs (to block out the occasional snorer that falls asleep before you)
Warm sleeping bag w/ 15°-30° rating (we rent super warm sleeping bags for only $30)
Camera Battery and Cell Phone Chargers (You can use your wall chargers while the bus is on the road. We can also accommodate car chargers, but prefer wall chargers)