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BEARS EARS TRIP PACK LIST
Headlamp or Flashlight! Water
Water Carrying Capacity- 3 Nalgene-type water bottles or a hydration pack.! Personal Snacks
Rain Jacket (required), Rain Pants (optional)
Warm Clothes (Pants/Long sleeves) – nights can be cold!
Long Sleeve Light Weight Top – for sun protection (long sleeved, collared, buttoned shirt)! Long Underwear/Fleece/Warm Hat (Days can be cold, nights can be below freezing!)
Socks- Wool or synthetic is best.
Pants/Shorts- You should have long pants for protection.
Small Backpack for Daily Outings
Personal Toiletries/ Medications/ Towel
Mug for hot drinks
Camp Shoes/Sandals (Sometimes it is nice to get out of those hiking boots!)! Camera
Journal and Pen
Lots of Lotion and Chap Stick/Lip Balm- it is arid!
Personal Spoon/Knife/Fork (and/or Swiss Army Knife)
Things to remember
Weather in southern Utah is very fickle. Please come prepared for hot days (or cold ones), sun, rainstorms, potential snow, and cold nights. You will be happy you did!
All meals will be provided
All cookware, plates, bowls, silverware will be provided
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