Kit List

If you have any questions on whether your kit is suitable, which kit to buy or how to maintain your equipment please drop Lizzy a line. She is more then happy to pass on her knowledge of outdoor equipment that she has gained not only by taking her stuff out onto the hill regularly but also by working in Outdoor Retail.


Sturdy waterproof Walking Boots or Trainers. Boots are highly recommended for all walks in Mountainous Regions.

Waterproof Top.

Limestone Pavements in the River Bed, Yorkshire

Limestone Pavements in the River Bed, Yorkshire

Waterproof Bottoms.

A warm fleece (and a spare one forecast dependant)

Quick drying trousers. NOT JEANS!

Synthetic comfortable top – cotton ones will get damp and cold.

A Buff, or a scarf and a headband / hair tie for the ladies.

1.5 Liters of water – minimum

Lots of Food!

Hat and Gloves – Its sup prising how late in the year you need these!

Personal First aid Kit – a few plasters and your choice of medication.

A comfortable rucksack to carry it all in – I recommend one with a good waist belt.

A waterproof bag/cover/thick bin bag to keep all your stuff dry inside the rucksack.