WHAT TO BRING

It is so essential to be properly geared up for the hike. Some trails we take will be a bit rugged with rocks and sticks and all other types of forest debree. Many of time we will also experience crossing small water ways. Thus we want to ensure you have everything you need in order to stay safe and enjoy the journey. Below you will find a list of items to bring with you along the trail.

Spring Hikes

Warm Loose Pants

(preferably with pockets)

Warm Cotton Long Sleeve Shirt

Weatherproof Jacket

Poncho/Rain Coat (if light rain on the forecast)

Wool Socks

Hiking Boots or Study Shoes that are WaterProof

Small Backpack or Sack to Carry Belongings

Water Bottle (Eco-Friendly)

Lunch*

Summer Hikes

Light Loose Pants  or Shorts

(preferably with pockets)

Short Sleeve Shirt

Poncho/Rain Coat (if light rain on the forecast)

LiteWool Socks

Hiking Boots or Study Shoes that are WaterProof

Small Backpack or Sack to Carry Belongings

Water Bottle (Eco-Friendly)

Lunch*

Overnight Hikes

Warm Loose Pants

(preferably with pockets)

Warm Cotton Long Sleeve Shirt

Weatherproof Jacket

Sleeping Bag & Pillow

Tent

Yoga Mat

Flashlight

Poncho/Rain Coat (if light rain on the forecast)

Wool Socks

Hiking Boots or Study Shoes that  WaterProof

Backpack to Carry Belongings

Water Bottle (Eco-Friendly)

Non-Perishable Food

Bugspray (non-Aerosole)

Autumn Hikes

Long Breathable Pants 

(preferably with pockets)

Long Sleeve Shirt

Poncho/Rain Coat (if light rain on the forecast)

Overcoat with a little weight (if windy!)

LiteWool Socks

Hiking Boots or Study Shoes that are WaterProof

Small Backpack or Sack to Carry Belongings

Water Bottle (Eco-Friendly)

Yoga Mat

Lunch*