Trekking takes place in chilly, high, and isolated locations. The majority of the gear required for trekking is available in Kathmandu and Pokhara, so we need specific clothing and equipment for trekking.
Clothing for Trekking
You can walk more easily and comfortably if you are wearing good walking or trekking shoes.
a tracksuit and some sandals or light shoes to wear at night while camping and in tea houses.
two sets of wool and cotton hiking socks.
A warm down jacket and a hooded rainproof jacket are both recommended.
a sun hat for sunny days and a woolen hat for cold weather.
Woolen gloves, a set
two cotton t-shirts and two pairs of tailored long shorts or skirts
It is advised to wear woolen shirts, heavy sweaters, and wind and water resistant clothing.
One pair of pants, either light or heavy, and one light-weight long-sleeved shirt are required.
Winter-appropriate thermal underwear
Tools for Trekking
To transport trekking equipment, use a duffle bag or backpack.
trekking daypack for carrying personal items.
cold-weather sleeping bag
water purification tablet and water bottle.
snow and sun glasses, walking poles and umbrella
Small torch light and head light with spare batteries
Sunblock lotion for skin and lips
Handkerchiefs or hand wipes
Money belt and first-aid kit
Reading materials, notebook, trekking maps, binoculars, pens, camera, I-Phone, pocket knife, games like cards, chess, etc.
Trekking equipment and clothing are available in Kathmandu and Pokhara. Holiday Tours Nepal can recommend shops with reasonable prices. If you do not want to buy it, you can easily rent what you need at reasonable prices.