When you are up on an exposed summit, you need protection from the sun, wind and rain. For the Goat Mountain trek, bring along a waterproof, windproof shell, as well as sturdy, high-traction hiking boots to stay sticky on the granite. For basecamp, opt for a cushy, self-inflating sleeping pad and a roomy tent. Arc’teryx Bora Mid GTX® Boot Farm to Feet Helena Stylized Traditional Hiker The North Face Reactor V-Neck Short Sleeve Black Diamond Reverb Hoody Marmot Minimalist Jacket Platypus Women’s Siouxon Zeal Optics All In Outdoor Research Ghost Rain Hat Olympus Trooper 10×50 DPS MSR Windburner Stove MSR Hubba Hubba NX 2-Person Backpacking Tent Therm-A-Rest MondoKing
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