REDROCK ADVENTURE GUIDES
CAMPING GEAR PACKING LIST
Contact us at 435-425-3339; email@example.com with any additional questions about rental equipment, expected weather conditions, proper footwear, or which optional accessories to bring.
NOTE: We recommend bringing extra layers and storm gear to Torrey. This allows for last minute tailoring to current conditions. Overnight trips include breakfasts and dinners. Guests are responsible for their own lunches and trail snacks on all day trips and overnight journeys.
 Hiking socks, 2 sets
 Shorts (quick-dry)
 Cotton T-shirt (Long-or short-sleeved. Not black or dark)
 Sun hat
 2 Bandannas/sweat bands
 Long pants or zip-offs
 Long-sleeved shirt with collar or zip T-neck
 Sweater, down or fleece
 Warm hat
 Light gloves (optional in hot weather)
 WP/B shell jacket and pants
 Lightweight camp shoes or sandals (may be needed for stream crossings or slot canyon pools)
 Lingerie/undergarments to taste
 Boots (Note: Ankle- or mid-heights are best. “Running shoe” soles are fine. No need to over-boot. Make sure they’re well broken in and not too tight. Avoid mesh shoes, they fill with sand, and require continual emptying.)
 Breathable ankle gaiters (optional)
 Trekking poles (Rubber cane tips help with traction on slickrock)
 Backpack (15-30 liters for day trips, 50 to 70 liters for overnights and longer, depending on gear volume)
 River/camp sandals
 Tent or Tarp, with loops at guy-out points for using rocks. (This is poor staking ground).
 Sleeping Pad & patch kit
 Sleeping Bag, 20F -or warmer- for spring trips
 Ground sheet (optional but recommended for self-inflating pads)
 Lightweight mosquito net (optional for tarp or open camping).
 Personal medications
 Your own cup, bowl, utensils.
 All trail snacks and lunch food, per your personal tastes. (Salt Lake, Grd Jct, or Moab offer best selection)
 Reliable 100 oz. hydration bladder, or 1-liter water bottles. (Hydration bladders are best.)
 Auxiliary water carrying capacity to total 6 liters/person. (Two-liter Platypus bottle/bags work well.)
 Toiletry kit (keep it light and compact)
 Pack Towel (1 per couple, optional)
 Sunscreen, 30 spf or better
 Lip Balm, 30 spf or better
 Sunglasses, with hard case and cleaning cloth
 Headlamp with new, or spare, batteries
 Bug Repellant (optional for spring trips. Rarely needed summer or autumn.)
 Pocket knife
 Camera or camcorder, with spare batteries and memory cards (optional)
 Large stuff bag, to hold your gear/food for trade-out at resupply points.
GUIDE WILL PROVIDE:
 All park permitting
 All navigation (maps, compass, GPS, route info).
 Group cookware, stove, fuel, dinners, breakfasts.
 Water filter/purification
 Group First Aid Kit
 Emergency satellite beacon
 Lightweight rope for scramble safety