Hiking shoes – covering the ankle with a rough and large grab. Footwear such as sneakers, flip flops, sandals or boots are highly unsuitable for conversion. It is desirable that the shoes can be maintained using impregnants and other supporting products.
Socks from wool or polar – thick socks are worn in winter and summer. The reasons are that: – even wet wool retains warmth, Fleece hold water on their external layer. – Compact foot in the shoe, which reduces the risk of blisters – represented another one-liner – the leg is undercut less.
Cotton Socks – placed under wool socks, because less irritating to the skin.
Clothes – windproof jacket, trousers or overalls. It is recommended that they are also waterproof. During the colder months are not recommended knitted clothes and jeans. Knitted pass wind, and jeans become icy cold.
Lingerie – natural materials (cotton, wool) because better absorb sweat and do not irritate the skin.
Sweater/Fleece – better are two layers rather than one thick.
Warm coat – for rest, evening and early morning.
Clothing for hut – free choice.
Footwear for hut – free choice.
Scarf, hat and gloves – always, regardless of the season.
Gaiters (leggings, socks, leggings) – mandatory attribute in the winter months. Prevent entry of snow and mud in your shoes.
Raincoats – for you and your backpack. In rain is very important to keep your bags dry.
Sunglasses – to wear whatever the season.
Documents and money
Water bottle – at least 1 liter. It is good to retain liquids cool or warm toward to the season.
Flashlight – with spare batteries
Map, compass, guide
Rope – rather prusek 5/6mm -2 to 6 m
Other personal staff