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Vue de l'Everest depuis le Kalapatthar

Kalapatthar Trek

Discover the highest Foot ground of the world,
one of the most scenic and Magnificent vastness in the world

Kalapattar Trek is a trek that combines the Mount Everest Base Camp with the popular Kalapattar scenery. With most hikers dreaming of visiting Everest only once in a lifetime, the tea houses and hiking trails have been filled to capacity during high season. However, the Everest Base Camp Kalapattar Trek offers a unique journey to access Sagarmatha National Park via the Alternative Trail. The destinations are the same as in the EBC Trek package, but we offer some wilderness experiences and some less frequent ridge experiences. Whenever possible, I try to take a different route while descending to Lukla, instead of following the same path.

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Altitude Max


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2 – 10 persons

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15 days

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1290 €

The world of travel is huge and there are more than a thousand trekking agencies in the Kathmandu Valley alone. It’s huge! We are very pleased to offer you “this little extra” that you will meet rarely, in order to make your journey more fruitful and more meaningful.
Don’t hesitate: make your trip more valuable !

Trek 100% solidarity

Auronepal Travel and Trek do not offer you a simple hiking package. We give you the opportunity to help at the same time as you enjoy yourself: all the benefits of the trek go to the Sri Aurobindo Yoga Mandir, a community or an Ashram that takes cares of nearly 250 children from disadvantaged backgrounds in Nepal, providing them with education, accommodation, food, and health, giving them a future and dignity to live.

Trek 100% karma yoga

We are not just a group of people running an agency, we are an organization that shares deep values around karma yoga and mutual understanding with each and every one. Karma yoga is the yoga of selfless service: acting for the good of all without worrying about receiving anything in return, neither gratification nor benefit. All guides and staff are children of the ashram! We are committed to helping everyone to meet their needs and providing the best possible service.

In addition to your trek

In Kathmandu, not far from the Chandragiri Cable Car Base Station, we have a fully-fledged guest house that offers you with all the basic conditions necessary for your stay. You can be accommodated throughout the year and stay with us at the ashram, before or after the trek also. The cost is only 18 euros per day. This includes all meals, plentiful and neat, cooked from the organic products of our farms, tea or coffee twice a day.

For all

We propose you to:
  • Attend regular yoga classes free of charge in the morning.
  • Participate in free evening meditations or mantra chanting and Bhajans.
  • Participate for free in the various festivals and events we celebrate.
  • Receive a massage after your trek, service included in the price of some treks – see the “Info and Prices” tab
  • Natural care: massages, naturopathy, panchakarma treatment, ayurvedic care…
  • Perform a healing session, either individually or collectively, with singing bowls and gongs.
  • Hike around the ashram.
We offer you to:
  • Seize the opportunity to do something for others by volunteering time in the community.
  • Meet with Ramchandra, the founder of the Ashrams.
  • Teach children and youth what you know best.
  • Taste local cuisine prepared by Nepalese ashram youth.

For groups

Before or after your trek, we can prepare you a tailor-made stay and let you enjoy our resources and contacts:

  • Tours of the Kathmandu Valley and its diverse cultural and architectural richness.
  • Visit Chitwan National Park and discover our Terai Ashram
  • Visits to specific parts of Nepal such as Bandipur, Pokhara, Ghandruk, etc.
  • Attend cultural performances by the Ashram, known for its yoga dancers and choreographers
  • Participate in a mini-retreat with Ramchandra around integral yoga, with spiritual lectures, various yoga sessions, classes, in the Himalayas or the location of your choice.
  • Do one or more hikes around our ashrams.
  • Make a meal at home.
  • Organize campfires with songs and music.
  • And finally, participate in the events or celebrations we have throughout the year.

Everest Kalapattar trekking is the best way to explore Everest from a greater distance. The Everest Kalapattar Trek offers breathtaking views of Everest 8848m. The etymological meaning of Kala-Pattar is that Kala means black and pattar means stone.

Everest Kalapattar Trek is a 40-minute flight from the domestic terminal of Tribhuvan International Airport and lands at Lukla Airport at 2860m. Aside from the start of the Everest Kalapathar trek, the Everest area known as “Sagaramata National Park” was declared a World Heritage Site in 1979, and most of the 1148 square kilometers of the park are located at an altitude of over 3000 meters. The hike leads to a park of vegetation ranging from temperate plants such as pine, hemlock, fir, spruce, Jupiter, birch, rhododendron and shrubs too bare rocks and snow-capped mountains of alpine plants. The Sagarmatha National Park is home to several species of wild birds such as the snow leopard, gharal, tur, serow, musk deer, pheasant, blood pheasant, red velvet fish and yellow velvet fish, which can only be found at higher altitudes.

The first ascent of Everest was made in the 1920s by George Mallory, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzin Norgay Sharp, and since then the ascent of Everest and trekking to Everest base camp have been very popular among trekkers. From 1920 to 2018, more than 40,000 trekkers visited Everest base camp. After crossing the Pakadim, we will arrive in Khumjung and visit the yak farm. After Khumjung, we will spend the day at Namche Bazaar, the commercial center of the Khumbu region. Trekking from Khumbu you can visit high mountain ridges, museums, Tengboche monasteries, important Buddhist centers in the Khumbu region where you can learn about Tibetan culture, lifestyle and colorful prayers, and the hospitality of the Nepalese people will make your trekking trip an unforgettable moment of your life. Tengboche 3860m, Dingboche 4410m, after a 5-hour hike, Felice, Luce 4910m, where you can feel the symptoms of mountain sickness, Gorakshep 5140m, where there are many tea houses, this is the center of the Everest and Kalapattar base camp. Mount Everest is clearly visible from the Kalapattar. From Kalapattar Valley you have a panoramic view of Mount Everest 8848m, Mount Pumori, Mount Linktren, Mount Kumbetse, Mount Nuptse, Mount Nuptse, Mount Loitze, Mount Amadanblam, and Mount Tamselk.

Brief Itinerary

Day 1: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,800m) -30 minutes, trek to Phakding (2,640m) -3 to 4 hours

Day 2: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,430m) -5 to 6 hours

Day 3: Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar and visit Khumjung Village (3,790m)

Day 4: Namche Bazaar to Tyangboche (3,867m) -5 to 6 hours

Day 5: Tyangboche to Dingboche (4,410m) -5 to 6 hours

Day 6: Acclimatization day at Dingboche, visit Nagkar Tshang Peak (5,616m)/ Chhukung

Day 7: Dingboche to Lobuche (4,930m) -5 to 6 hours

Day 8: Lobuche to Gorakshep (5,140m) – 3 hours & Everest Base Camp (5,364m) -2 to 3 hours

Day 9: Gorakshep to Kalapathar (5,643m) -2 hours & Stroll back to Pheriche (4,240m) -5 to 6 hours

Day 10: Pheriche to Phortse (3,810m) -5 to 6 hours

Day 11: Phortse to Khumjung (3,790m) – 4 to 5 hours

Day 12: Khumjung to Thame (3,820m) – 4 to 5 hours

Day 13: Thame to Monjo (2,835m) -6 to 7 hours

Day 14: Monjo to Lukla (2,800m) – 2 to 3 hours

Day 15: Fly back Lukla to Kathmandu – 25 to 35 minutes

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla (2,800m) -30 minutes, trek to Phakding (2,640m) -3 to 4 hours

Early the next morning you would have a flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, the highest airfield in the world. You would have to carry your pens – knives, lighters, matchboxes and similar things – in a larger bag than in your handbag to avoid safety violations and unnecessary delays. Planes are usually small for these flights, but the trip is a scenic one, for which we organize a guide depending on the date and conditions. On arrival in Lukla you will be met by your trekking guide. You will have time to see Lukla and enjoy its beauty. Your trek in Nepal would start from this point.

The path from Lukla to Phakding is gradual and has few ups and downs along the way. You will have a magnificent view of Kusum-Kanguru as you cross the short suspension bridge on the way. After a short climb, you will reach the village of Ghat, and another hour and a half of gradual walking will take you to the village of Phakding.

Day 2: Phakding to Namche Bazaar (3,430m) -5 to 6 hours

From Phakding the walk is easy and pleasant after crossing the Dudh-Koshi Suspension Bridge, with short climbs and descents. You will cross the same river again. You would have a magnificent view of Thermasarkhu, which is 6,608m from Benkar village. Now you would cross the long suspension bridge over the river Bhote-Koshi. This is a very busy area and full of walkers and porters. From here, after a 20-minute climb from this area, you would finally reach the small Monjo River.

Here you can see some interesting water mills, which are used to grind grain and barley. It is one of the most important staple foods of the Sherpas. Monjo is situated below the magnificent peak of Thermasharkhu. Nearby is the entrance to Sagarmatha National Park. At this point, your hiking permit will be checked and officials will keep a list of all hikers who have gone before you. After a gradual walk, you will arrive at Namche Bazaar. You can also prepare for a high altitude trekking excursion.

Day 3: Acclimatization in Namche Bazaar and visit Khumjung Village (3,790m)

This day is reserved for acclimatization and a tour of the village. Namche Bazaar is the local commercial center of the Khumbu. You will have wonderful views of the area. You will appreciate the view of Kwangde Peak and its sister summit in the east. Seen from the distance, the houses of Namche Bazaar seem to be in a U-shaped shell.

You can take a short walk up the hill to the Sangmatha National Park headquarters. This place is located at the top of Namche Bazaar with an impressive view of the surroundings. You could get a glimpse of the huge peaks and snowy mountains. There is also a local museum that provides information on the history of the Himalayas, its geographical and cultural aspects, the history of mountaineering and other diverse information on the flora and fauna of the area. Overnight stay will be in guest houses. You would be very used to the area by now.

Day 4: Namche Bazaar to Tyangboche (3,867m) -5 to 6 hours

The first half of the hike is quite easy and simple. You can reach the top of Namche Bazaar after a 20-minute walk. After a nice 2 hour walk you will reach a small village in Shanasa. Here you can see the colorful Danphe pheasant, which is the national bird of Nepal and maybe you can also see the musk deer, and also the Himalayan Har, a mountain goat that looks like an antelope. With a gradual descent, one would reach the Imjatse River in Phungitenga, which is at an altitude of 3250 meters. After a strenuous one hour walk, the religious-Buddhist entrance is reached from here, which is just before Tengboche.

Here your walk ends after 5 hours for the day and you can admire and enjoy this religious place. Overnight stay will be in guest houses

Day 5: Tyangboche to Dingboche (4,410m) -5 to 6 hours

After you have relaxed for the day, you start the hike in the direction of Dingboche. The path leads through a forest with trees such as birches, junipers, firs, rhododendrons, etc. Through this forest, you reach a beautiful place, Deboche, which is situated at an altitude of 3650 m. From this place, you have a magnificent view of Ama Dablam, Everest, Nuptse, and Lhotse. From here you will go mainly uphill until you reach a large gate in the wall of Mani. From here the road to Dingboche is divided into two paths. One of the roads to Dingboche also passes through Pangboche. You can take this trail to see more views and natural beauty.

Dingboche is a beautiful place and you will find stone walls protecting the agricultural fields. The walls were built to protect the fields from cold winds and grazing animals. Your overnight stay would take place again in the guest houses.

Day 6: Acclimatization day at Dingboche, visit Nagkar Tshang Peak (5,616m)/ Chhukung

On this day you may have full day’s rest but there are also some places where you can go for a day hike: up to Chhukung (4,730m)
for acclimatization (point of climbing famous Island peak) or climb up to Nangkar Tshang Peak (5,616m), from where you can see the best view of
Imja Valley with Dingboche village. Including the world highest three mountains; Mt. Makalu (8,463m), Lhotse (8,749m), Cho Oyu (8,201m), and Island Peak, Amadablam, Kangtega, Thamserku, Tabache, Cholatse, etc. can be seen from Nagkartshang. Nangkartshang is a less frequent climb peak at the Khumbu region, it is known as Nangar-JOONG by locals. Return back at Dingboche for overnight.

Day 7: Dingboche to Lobuche (4,930m) -5 to 6 hours

From Dingboche, the road forks north and during the first 40 to 50 minutes the path is gradual and easy to walk. After this easy walk you will reach a Mani prayer stupa. From here the road leads slightly downhill to the village of Pheriche. On this day’s hike you will have a beautiful view of Tawache Mountain, Ama Dablam and Pokalde, which stretches some 5,741 meters to the north. You also have a view of the great wall of Nuptse.

For the next hour and a half or two hours, you would take a pleasant walk from Pheriche to the small forest bridge over the river of the Khumbu Glacier. This place is called Thugla and is the only place where there are tea houses before Lobuche. From here, another strenuous 3-hour walk will take you to Lobuche, which is located on a corner of the hill. Overnight stay will be in guest houses.

Day 8: Lobuche to Gorakshep (5,140m) – 3 hours & Everest Base Camp (5,364m) -2 to 3 hours

Today will be an exciting day for you as you are very close to your final destination. Today you will have an adventurous journey and a great trekking experience. The first one hour hike gradually leads into the valley and leads to a grass field. A walk of almost 20 minutes takes you to the rocky moraine dunes. As the trip progresses, you can see the glacial ponds and icebergs under the Khumbu Glacier. After a few more rocky moraine dunes and gradual descent, you will reach Gorakshep, known as the EBC ground.

After that, the journey to EBC can be deceptive under the grueling climb to the high mountains. The lead Sherpa must be followed, as the roads change with each season due to the movement of the glaciers. But when you arrive at EBC after a total of 7 hours of walking, a great view of the Khumbu Icefall awaits you. The EBC is a lively place during the high season for expeditions.

Day 9: Gorakshep to Kalapathar (5,643m) -2 hours & Stroll back to Pheriche (4,240m) -5 to 6 hours

After walking to EBC and back to Gorakshep and overnight in guest houses, you are ready to climb up to Kalapatthar. Gorakshep is also a good place for a tour. It has several tea houses and was also the base camp for Everest trekking in the 1950s. The hike to Kalapather from Gorakshep starts with an easy walk of a few minutes. During all this time you will walk through the sand fields. Then follows a steep ascent of about 45 minutes. You will feel fatigue and tension as you climb, you will reach the flat fields, and the path from here is easy and gradual. The next hour you can comfortably walk, then there is another steep climb to the top of the Kalapatthar for about half an hour. From this point, Everest looks closer than you can imagine. From here you return to Pheriche.

Day 10: Pheriche to Phortse (3,810m) -5 to 6 hours

Today you can fell well descend to a lower elevation from Pheriche. After breakfast, we descend down to the Pangboche village; it is known as the world highest permanent settlement whole year around. It’s believed the Pangboche monastery is one of the oldest in the Khumbu region, which was built in the 16th century. Now, you will leave EBC trekking main route and taking the upper trail to the Phortse Village. You need to have lunch at Pangbuche due to not any teahouses till Phortse. As this is a less-frequented trekking trail at Khumbu, you will visit just a few trekkers. Comparatively, the trail is not wide like the main trail and it goes through the cliff opposite of Tengboche. Mountain scenery makes pleasant surround atmosphere with unique Sherpa culture and live hood. Stay overnight at teahouse.

Day 11: Phortse to Khumjung (3,790m) – 4 to 5 hours

After having breakfast, the trail descends to the Dudh Koshi Khola. There are few teahouses called Phortse Thagna, where you will meet other more trekking headings to Gokyo Valley or coming down. The trail goes through the river bank and forest gently ascending for while and finally steps up until the Mongma La. You have amazing view from here. After recharge your energy with some hot tea and other snacks, the trail descend to the Khumjung Village. Khumjung is tiny valley but many houses, just beneath the Khumbi Yul Lha known as God of Khumbu. Stay overnight at tea house.

Day 12: Khumjung to Thame (3,820m) – 4 to 5 hours

Today you are leaving Khumjung and Namche Bazaar and heading to the Thame valley. The Thame valley is off route for most trekking groups and you are likely to find the paths relatively quiet. In the village the houses are spread out and you will stay at tea house. Possibly, we are staying Everest Sumter Lodge ( rinning by Appa Sherpa, who was successfully concurred 21 Times on the top of the Mt. Everest). In the afternoon you can visit the small Gompa situated on a rocky headland above the village.

Day 13: Thame to Monjo (2,835m) -6 to 7 hours

After breakfast the treks leads us down the river then goes gradual down and kind of flat turn south down valley towards Namche Bazaar through rhododendron and juniper forest with isolated Sherpa village. The rest of day we enjoying with tremendous mountain scenery. We descend the long way before crossing the bridge and walking further to Monju for overnight stay.

Day 14: Monjo to Lukla (2,800m) – 2 to 3 hours

Since this is the end of the journey, today is not a long day, after breakfast we go to Lukla. Once again we will remember to enjoy the lush greenery of the surrounding landscape and go through the amazing scenery of the mountains and the local village of Sherpa to Lukla. If you are in Lukla on Thursdays, you can see the weekly market next to the settlement. You will have time to walk around the area and your guide will confirm your plane ticket and you will enjoy a last festive dinner with your crew and a night at the hotel.

Day 15: Fly back Lukla to Kathmandu – 25 to 35 minutes

On this day you can collect your belongings and buy Sovinuers for your family and friends and prepare them for the flight. If you have more time, you can travel to other popular cities like Pokhara and Chitwan to enjoy your vacation. You will be driven to the international airport. We hope you have an excellent trekking experience in Nepal.


Dates and prices represent most of our offers, which are subject to change according to our conditions. Each of our travel packages has dates and prices that can be flexibly adjusted/changed to suit our clients’ wishes, including changes to the itinerary and route. In addition, our prices can also be adjusted if travel reservations are made by a group with a significant number of people.

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Best Time to Travel

The best months are September, October & November during the Autumn season and March, April & May during the spring season. Regarding monsoon season at summer time we do not suggest to try this route from June till August.


1290 €

Included in the Cost

  • All ground transportation by private vehicles, including transportation from the airport to the Ashram.
  • All accommodations during the trek.
  • Lunch, dinner and overnight stay in the ashram on the preparation day, the day before the trek.
  • Farewell dinner and overnight stay at the ashram on the night of return.
  • All meals AND water during the tek.
  • All carrying charges.
  • All costs for the Auronepal trek leader (first aid and training in eco-technology and English) and a Sherpa assistant.
    The guide helps each person during the trek.
  • All necessary paper works and permits
  • Travel & Rescue arrangements
  • Exclusive Medical Kit Bag
  • All government and local taxes if necessary
  • Auronepal trek Kit Bag

Not Included in the Cost

  • International airfare to and from the city of origin.
  • Nepal Visa fee.
  • Excess baggage charges
  • Lunch, meals and overnight stays on the days before the preparation day and after the return from the trek.
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Personal expenses during the trek – Phone calls, laundry, bar bills… or extra porters
  • Tips for guides and porters.
  • Extension of stay fees.

Conditions and Comforts


We will be accommodated for the nights in local tea houses and guest houses. In these places, accommodation provided by lodges and guest-houses is in good hygienic conditions. We maintain standard comfort in every matter based on enforceable conditions such as weather calamities. All the prices of the rooms and accommodations are included within the trip package.


All Meals on a full board basis will be provided during trekking in the mountains. Three meals a day will be provided from the teahouse/lodge menus but the meals in this particular route are expected great meals. Each day dinner and breakfast is taken in the same place you spend the night. Lunch will be taken on the way to the destination in a tea shop. Pay attention, please, this region of Tsum valley doesn’t have developed tourist infrastructure (and it is the main attraction of this region), so the choice of the meal is poor enough. Mainly you can take Tibetan bread, dal bath, tsampa porridge other simple local food. Be ready for this.

Toilet Facilities

On the trek, toilet facilities are available nearby your room most of the time and in some places, you might be able to get the attached rooms in established trek routes.

The Auronepal Team

Auronepal trek only employs and trains Nepalese leaders and local staff. By employing and training local people they put something back into their communities. Auronepal trek currently trains all their Guides in the following courses and your Kalapatthar Trek leader will be one of the fully train Trek Leader.

Auronepal Team

Our operation is smooth as safety concern;

The leader of the trek will be one of the 4 certified trek guides of the Auronepal team. He will be assisted by another of the 4 guides, or a guide in training. In doing so, if one becomes ill or is injured, the trek can continue and go to completion, as planned.

Our trekking team will also be made up of one porter for each group of two trekkers.

The Group

Our group starts from 2 and maximum it goes up to 10 which is a good team to communicate and facilitate in every manner.

Responsible tourism practice

Trekking is gently in the Himalayas during the recent days, areas like Everest, Annapurna & Langtang. We, therefore, do our best to reduce the minimal impact on each trip to the mountain and all Auronepal trek trips aim for “zero footprints” impact on the natural environment and the people who live off its resources.
We enforce a number of do’s and don’ts for our customers and staff when out in the wilderness. Auronepal trek Trekking and Kathmandu Environmental Education Project (KEEP) had done some cleanup campaigns in the past and support its other environmental awareness activities.

Travel Insurance

It is a condition upon joining any of Auronepal trek’s trips that all clients be insured for comprehensive expenses that might incur due to medical issues or accidents (this includes air ambulance, helicopter rescue, and treatment costs).

Please note that we don’t arrange or sell insurance.

Physical Condition & Experience Requirements

The trek in these highlands of the Kalapatthar Trek requires most of the time, 6 to 8 hours of walking per day.

We, therefore, suggest that you regularly do fifteen kilometers of walking or jogging, 3 to 4 times a week for 3 months. Try at the same time, 2 or 3 times during this period, to walk or run every day of the week before the start of this wonderful trek, especially as you will be walking at high altitude for several days.

For all treks at altitude, we invite you to have a positive attitude and a good determination in order to have a great tolerance for difficult conditions that may arise. A simple walk in good weather can quickly become an ordeal in rain or snow.
In these times where the climate keeps on going upside down, we are not immune to difficult passages or even unexpected tests!

It is essential that participants with pre-existing problems or medical conditions make them known to Auronepal Travel & Trek at the time of booking.
All medical or evacuation costs that may be incurred during the trip are the responsibility of the trekker.
Auronepal Travel & Trek reserves the right to require a medical certificate if necessary.

Your Group

You are a group of friends or acquaintances…
You are a yoga teacher and wish to propose a trip and/or trek in Nepal?

Tell us about your project

Please contact us via the special page :
Organize a group

Customized Treks and Trips

Auronepal Travel Trek is very happy to offer you truly tailor-made treks and trips.
We love to concoct you the best possible program according to your dreams, aspirations and possibilities… and we love to make you benefit from our resources and offer you some unusual adventures often unknown to the general public.

We listen to the group and the situation.
And we never fail, whenever possible, to phone our Nepalese guide friends to find out the current conditions of a route.

Our vision of “tailor-made” thus goes as far as making new proposals during the trip, to better adjust to the weather… or to avoid too much traffic on a particular route… or simply because an opportunity arises…

Prepare your trip

A complete page, with a lot of information, is dedicated to this subject:
Prepare your Trek

Your Arrival in Nepal


If you wish, a representative of Sri Aurobindo Yoga Mandir will pick you up at the airport, which will cost you about 15 euros.
Otherwise, taxis are parked in front of the arrivals area. All drivers know the address: Thankot, checkpost Chandragiri 6, Kathmandu.
If necessary, you can contact us on +977 (0)14312157 or (0)14312085).

The ashram is 1h – 1h30 from the airport depending on traffic.
On arrival, an organic meal and a comfortable room will be waiting for you.


You can stay as long as you like at the ashram in Kathmandu… and even visit the Terai ashram…
If you would like to know more about staying at the ashram, you can visit the following page:
Independent Stays at Sri Aurobindo Yoga Mandir

Your Visa

A whole page is dedicated to this subject:
Visa for Nepal

Things to carry along the trek

  • Trekking boots to keep your ankles and feet dry
  • Multiple pairs of socks (thick and thin) for both warm and cold climates
  • Long thermal pants or underwear (keep in mind you will want to dress in layers, so you can shed a layer when it gets too hot)
  • Waterproof pants
  • A scarf
  • Mittens and gloves (pack at least two pairs in case one pair gets wet)
  • Down jacket
  • Tracksuit pants or yoga pants for relaxing in the evening
  • Lightweight, waterproof shorts
  • A cap
  • Long and short sleeve t-shirts
  • A light windbreaker jacket or a waterproof jacket
  • Simple first aid kit
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Trekking poles. (It really helps to lighten the work of the knees during long stairs.)
  • Camera
  • Sleeping bag (5°)
  • Sunscreen
  • A head torch and spare batteries
  • Lip balm to prevent windburn
  • Wet wipes
  • Matches or a lighter
  • Sunglasses
  • Pen and notebook
  • Playing cards
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