This week I’ll be visiting Havasupai for the second time and I’m really excited to try out my new Summit1500 pack from our friends at TETON Sports. I have to admit, last year I way over packed and had a back ache during my whole trip as a result, so this time around I’m focusing on packing light. What's also great about TETON is when you buy a pack from them, they come with a list of things they recommend you bring on adventures! So if you're stuck on what to bring, they did the thinking for you.
This 25L pack is perfect for an overnight trip. It has all the adjustments and pockets you could ever want. For this Mountain Crush Monday, I wanted to share with everyone what I’ll be bringing with me. Here’s my list for 2 nights at Havasupai falls! Enjoy and become a member of Mtn Chicks when you’re done reading. Happy trails!
Backpack – TETON Sports Summit1500
Hammock – ENO LED hammock
Sleeping bag – OutdoorsmanLab 32F
NOTE: I brought a tent on my first trip to Havasupai. While rain can be a concern, the forecast looks clear for now. I really am focusing on taking as little as possible so a hammock is my sleeping arrangement of choice for now. I’ll be bringing a sleeping bag for extra warmth. I usually recommend going 10 degrees lower than what you expect the temperature to be at night.
Clothing to hike and out with and an outfit to hang around the campground
Lightweight jacket – Patagonia Nano
Hiking shoes – Astral Trek 1
Sandals – Astral Rosas
4 pairs of socks
3L hydration bladder
ENO LED strand lights
First Aid Kit
Band-Aids and Ibuprofen
Headlamp and or flashlight
Glasses - blind w/o them lawl
Toothbrush and travel toothpaste
Soap - Dr.Bronners
Freeze-dried food – yum -_-
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Dani is the Founder of Mountain Chicks and the primary author of the Mtn Chicks Blog. Here you'll find outdoor tips, travel experiences, gear reviews and more.