1. Lightweight and durable fleece with good flexibility – falketind warm1
2. Wool boxer
3. Wool longs
5. Mid-high wool socks customized for hiking boots
6. Thin to mid-thick wool beanie
7. Windproof gloves with a good grip – falketind Windstopper. It may be a good idea to bring an additional, more insulated pair if the weather turns colder during the climb.
9. Extremely lightweight windbreaker with good breathability – bitihorn aero100
11. A lightweight and waterproof jacket that adds minimal extra weight. Put it on top of the windbreaker to gain extra warmth and protection. It’s also possible to go for one light Gore-Tex jacket, but building your own two-layer with these jackets will give you greater adjustability to the conditions – bitihorn dri1. For winter climbing we recommend trollveggen gore-tex pro / light pro
12. GPS, map, and compass to keep track of where you are and where you’re going and in case of emergency.
13. Phone (and extra charger if necessary)
14. Snacks that gives energy, for example, mixed nuts.
16. Buff - /29 microfiber neck
17. Rope, preferably an impregnated 60 m
18. A lightweight backpack that holds the stuff you’re bringing along. Everything from 35-45L will do the work, depending on what you’re bringing. Check out: falketind 35L, trollveggen 40L or trollveggen 45L
20. Wool t-shirt
21. A basic climbing rack
22. Lightweight mountaineering ax
23. Rope Clamp
24. Another rope if necessary
25. 1L Water bottle. A good tip is to map out sources of water along the trail, so you don’t have to carry more than necessary.
26. Lightweight crampons
27. Lightweight, but a solid helmet
28. Harness with your personal equipment – knife, carabiner, pulley, slings, nut buster
29. Wind sack for emergencies and unforeseen weather changes. Combined with the sports tape further down, the most essential extra safety equipment.