- Shirts (both short-sleeved and long-sleeved)
- Sleep clothes
- Athletic shoes
- Shoes for hiking – a good pair of trail running shoes is best (these have a rock plate), or a pair of hiking shoes or boots
- Long pants/Jeans
- Casual dress clothes (for the banquet)
- Light jacket or sweatshirt (the evenings and mornings get chilly!)
- Rain jacket or poncho
- Bible and Pen
- Musical instrument (please email Paul Ranheim at [email protected] if you want to be part of the worship team)
- Spending money for snacks, gift shop at Horn Creek, meals on the road.
- Water bottle!! a sturdy one. If you are going hiking you will not be allowed to go without at least one, preferably two water bottles.
- Climbing shoes if you have them (not required)
- Cap or hat
- Sunglasses with restraining strap
- Water shoes (if you’re going rafting)
Personal First-Aid Kit
- adhesive bandages of various sizes (6 or so)
- 2 sterile, 3×3 gauze pads
- small roll of adhesive tape
- moleskin (used for keeping hot spots on your feet from becoming blisters)
- alcohol wipes or alcohol-based sanitizing gel
- antibiotic ointment
- disposable nonlatex gloves
- Other things you may want to include
- Ace bandage
- hydrocortisone cream
If you are going hiking:
- Non-cotton pants and a long sleeved, non-cotton moisture wicking shirt
- Rain jacket (not one of those throwaway ponchos)
- Layers (it can get cold on top of the mountain even in June)
- Shoes for hiking – trail runners, low-quarter hiking shoes or hiking boots
- Non-cotton hiking socks. Wool or wool-blend are best.
- 2 water bottles (at least 2 litres)
- Personal First-Aid Kit (see above)
- A couple of high-energy meal bars
- We’ll supply a bag lunch, but you may want to supplement this
- A compass wouldn’t hurt. We’ll supply you with a topo map if you want one.
- If your knees are more than 20 years old, you may really appreciate a pair of hiking poles.
- Daypack to carry all of the above