The material and clothing is largely a matter of personal choice and preference. The list that follows is of a general nature and is intended to be simple guidance.

  • Travel documents (plane tickets, passport, visa, travel insurance ...)
  • Money (traveler's checks / cash / credit card)
  • Inner belt or document neckband (as an alternative, zipped pockets)
  • Travel bag with a good zipper, with personal data written visibly on the outside (for example: with a permanent marker on the canvas or a label).
  • Small bag with closure to leave clothes in the hotel that is not needed during the trekking (with personal data outside)
  • Security locks
  • Large plastic bag to put inside the trekking bag
  • Small plastic bags to organize clothes
  • Small backpack to carry what you will need during the day
  • Sleeping bag with a comfort level of -5 / -10 º C

Clothing

  • Casual clothes for flights and in cities
  • Windproof waterproof jacket (GoreTex type or similar)
  • Polar jacket
  • Short and long sleeve shirts
  • Lightweight long pants (jeans are not suitable and very short pants may not be suitable for local people).
  • Gloves, hat and "buff" to use in the morning and at night
  • Sun cap (make sure you have a wide brim to cover the face and neck)
  • A useful tracksuit to wear at the lodge
  • Underwear
  • Warm / thermal underwear (excellent for sleeping)

Footwear

  • Comfortable hiking boots or shoes (premiered and adapted to the foot)
  • Spare cords
  • Slippers or sandals for the lodge
  • Technical socks

Accessories

  • Canteen or "camelback". It must be borne in mind that the water to be consumed must be bottled, therefore the same plastic bottle can also be used.
  • Microfiber towel (very absorbent and quick-drying, avoids cotton)
  • Neceser (essential are biodegradable shampoo and soap, toothbrush and paste, etc ...)
  • Toilet paper
  • Hygiene wipes
  • Scarves
  • Sunglasses 
  • Sunscreen and lip cream
  • Telescopic ski poles
  • Small knife or multi-purpose knife
  • Camera (memory cards and lenses) and binoculars (optional)
  • Front or lantern
  • Spare batteries for all electronic equipment
  • Sewing kit (needle, strong thread, scissors, safety pins, rubber bands, etc)
  • Reading material (travel guide) 

First aid kit

  • Specific medications if treatment is being followed
  • Instruments (electric thermometer, syringes, tweezers, scissors, sewing needles, safety pins ...)
  • Preparation and care of wounds (padded patches with adhesive backing, used for the prevention of blisters, strips, cotton swabs, small roll of adhesive tape, elastic bandage, closures).
  • Broad spectrum antibiotics
  • Diarrhea (Fortasec and oral rehydration solution)
  • Antiseptic (Disinfectant) (Betadine ™,
  • Disinfectant hand lotion
  • Indigestion (tablets or antacid sachets)
  • Analgesics and anti-inflammatories (Aspirin ™ Paracetamol, Ibuprofen, codeine)
  • Antihistamines
  • Respiratory problems (phenylephrine or pseudoephedrine drops or spray, nosal, throat lozenges)
  • Chemical products for water treatment would not be necessary since bottled mineral water can be purchased during the trekking.