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Clothing and Equipments

The climate of the Tibet fluctuates continuously so it is better to carry warm clothes. If you just want to trek at a lower altitude, fleece jackets and pants are enough. While for a higher altitude trekking, down jackets are necessary.

List of clothes includes:
- A woolen hat that can cover your ears
- Long sleeved cotton shirts/blouses
- Heavy woolen sweater/polar fleece jacket lightweight wool sweater/polar fleece pullover
- Waterproof and wind proof jackets and pants for in some places the wind can be very strong and cold
- Synthetic or Down Insulated Jacket rated to at least -7 degrees C (approximately 20 degrees F)
- Light scarf or neckerchief
- Cotton walking shorts for hot days (knee-length or almost knee-length), one pair of polar fleece pants.
- A pair of cotton long pants and a long cotton skirt is recommended for women
- Trekking trousers should be light and quick drying.
- Gaiters
- Long Thermal Underwear
- Woolen or synthetic gloves, preferably Wind Fleece Gloves
- Good quality socks, preferably woolen for your hiking boots, and also some thin cotton socks

Trekking Gears includes:
- Good light-weight sleeping bag
- Sun glasses with UV protection and goggles for higher altitude
- Drinking water bottle
- Torch or headlamp with spare batteries and bulb
- Water purification tablets
- Water bottles
- Walking poles
- Sturdy and well fitted back pack and day pack with water proof cover
- First aid kit
- Lip and skin protection product
- A couple of small towels - the more absorbent the better
- Toilet kit: Just the essentialstoothbrush and toothpaste, comb, biodegradable soap and small metal mirror
- Camera and spare batteries
- Journal, reading book and writing materials for quiet moments
- Money pouch: Safer than a wallet for keeping your passport, money, and valuable papers
- Snack foods: Nuts, chocolate bars, dried fruit, hard candies, and beef jerky
- Sewing kit: For repair
- Gaiters: Good for winter treks or wet conditions
- Umbrella: For rain and hot sunshine
- Plastic bags

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