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My packing list for Nepal

13,75 kg, as I said:
From top right clockwise:
. towel
. sleeping pad
. 3 pairs of socks
. gloves & hat
. toilet paper
. slipper
. rain pants
. underwear
. paper tissues
. 1x ski underwear
. small umbrella
. neck and head scarf
. 1 thin. 1 warm pants
. knee brace
. drugs
. beauty Case
. tissues
. universal plug
. duffel (red)
. 4 T-Shirts
. 1 long-sleeved shirt
. 1 short sleeve shirt
. 1 thin and 1 warm sweater
. sneakers
. headlamp
. down jacket
. down sleeping bag

Besides I will carry with me in my day back:
. camera
. usb bank with solar panel
. usb cable
. another hat and gloves
. 1 more sneaker
. rain jacket
. hiking sticks
. passport
. tickets and other travel papers
. more toilet paper

3 blog comments below

It seems that you are totally packed with everything that I can think of. I think we took less items than you have listed when we trekked to ABC (Annapurna Base Camp) back in 2013.

I also suggest you to carry a trustable liquid water purifier if you don't want to keep on buying bottled water again and again on the way. These will save you some cash as you can fill free water from multiple sources along the way (as long as it is clear). I've seen some people even use a piece of clean cloth to filter and fill up the bottle. Those instant water purifiers come to great use after your bottles are full and you want to make sure that there are no harmful agents in it.
playfungames on Thu Apr 07, 2016 1:23 am
Great hint, playfungames, and thanks for the feedback.
I forgot to mention it: water purifier tablets are in our drugs bag.
We hope to get cooked water in the lodges where we stay as well.
amagard on Thu Apr 07, 2016 9:22 am
Alright, then have a blast.
playfungames on Thu Apr 07, 2016 9:05 pm

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