A sleeping bag is one of your best investment while trekking. Most bags that are well worth purchasing are high priced, so make sure you get one when you know you’ll use it. Good Quality of trekking bags retains heat better, shrinks into a smaller package and is lighter. However, they won’t suffer getting wet and are rather expensive. Synthetic fibre-filled bags are of cheap quality and also not as much as expensive as branded bags and also they are not warm and light. They won’t work very well when wet either, but they will dry out faster than down-filled bags. Make sure you get a bag that fits you snugly. Another must-have is a layer of insulation between the bag and the ground.
Good shoes or boots
This is vital if you are heading to do any wandering about, particularly while in the rainy season. The formal or casual shoes which we use in our daily city life will not do well enough on wet or uneven terrain. Good boots or shoes especially trekking shoes will offer arch and ankle joint support, if your boots have good sole grip, and are waterproof too then it will be awesome. The fit is the most important thing while travelling. Try out on your footwear in the store and when you walk up a slope, your heel should be cosy and still and when you stroll down a mountain, your toes should not hit the front of the shoe. If you’ve preferred water-proof shoes, make sure to flow the air out of the feet every so often. Sweating and dirt allow bacteria’s or fungus to obtain a foothold. I would prefer good branded shoes, make sure they shouldn’t be of cheap quality.
A really good all-season camping tent is necessary if you are planning to go above the snowline, but if you are not trekking and camping out in extreme situations, a three-season camping tent is sufficient. The ideal tent will be strong and light. Make sure you verify that they’re double-stitched. Cheaper tents come with fibreglass poles, but those are weaker than metal poles and could give out with a strong gust of wind.
A good blade is necessary, primarily when camping out you can use it in many ways around the camping area, from eating to setting up your tent or whittling kindling to start a fire with the flint.
A water bottle is fine for a day hike, but it is not enough for a sunny day of summers. You should be drinking plenty of water, Increase that if the weather is warm or if perhaps you will be spending a long time under the sun One side effect of trekking in the rainy season is we often forget that we need to stay hydrated, so make sure you wrap up your sippers.