When we go to Snowdon this is the equipment list that I send to everyone.
The list changes a little depending on whether we’re camping or sleeping indoors, and the time of the year.
A good tip is to pack the rucksack you’ll be walking with while you’re still at home. And then leave it alone when you arrive.
When walking with children, it’s important to take more spare clothes so that they stay dry and not become miserable when damp.
Carrier bags are great for keeping kit dry (Ziplocks are even better, but more expensive), for litter, for storing the dirty clothes, and for covering muddy boots back in the car.
Black bags are great for keeping everything dry, and can turn into a 100% waterproof overcoat if the rain becomes torrential. I always carry a few spare of both. Continue reading The ideal packing list for climbing Snowdon