Equipment Lists

Please make sure you bring all the items on the equipment list. We have selected
these items with great care to give everyone the best chance of staying dry and
warm. The weather can be stormy at any time of year. Please call us if you have any
questions.

CLOTHING:

  • Light or medium weight long underwear top – polypropylene or capilene
  • Light or medium weight long underwear bottom – polypropylene or capilene
  • Lightweight fleece or Schoeller Jacket
  • Down or synthetic insulated jacket
  • Waterproof/breathable (Goretex or equivalent) pants or bibs
  • Waterproof/breathable (Goretex or equivalent) shell jacket with hood
  • Warm socks – wool or wool/synthetic blend
  • 1 Medium weight pair of gloves
  • 1 Heavy waterproof pair gloves or mittens
  • Heavy polar fleece or wool hat – must come down over the ears
  • Polar fleece neck gaiter or balaclava

PERSONAL GEAR:

  • Ski Pack for one day trips:
  • This pack should be a tall thin profile, and be no larger than 40 liters in
  • capacity. Stay away from wide large packs, and book bag style packs.
  • Sun visor or ball cap
  • Good quality sunglasses or glacier glasses, preferably with side shields
  • Ski goggles
  • Sun block & lip crème (SPF 15 or more)
  • Toilet paper
  • 2 1qt water bottles
  • Lunch and snacks for each day

RESCUE GEAR:

All gear must be requested more than 7 days in advance!
Avalanche transceiver with good batteries (available to rent from TMG):
Shovel (available to rent from TMG):
Avalanche probe (available to rent from TMG):
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SKI GEAR:
Telemark or randonee skis (Please adjust bindings to boots and skins to skis before the course!)
Touring ski boots
Ski poles
Climbing skins
Ski crampons
GEAR NEEDED FOR OVERNIGHT/CAMPING TRIPS:
Headlamp
Eating utensils (bowl, spoon, & cup)
Sleeping pad (Thermarest or 3/8” ensolite)
Sleeping bag – down or synthetic (rated 0 to 20 degrees F)
Good quality overnight pack:
60 liter capacity is large enough. This pack should have ice axe and crampon
attachments, should be a tall thin profile. Stay away from wide large packs, with
lots of bells and whistles.
TECHNICAL CLIMBING GEAR:
All gear must be requested more than 7 days in advance!
Crampons (necessary on some trips, available to rent from TMG)
Ice axe(s) (50cm to 65cm) long (necessary on some trips, available to rent from TMG)
Harness (necessary on some trips, available from TMG, only provided upon request!)

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