Annapurna Circuit & ABC Trek

Packliste

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Annapurna Circuit & ABC

Packliste

Nachdem wir den Everest Base Camp Trek gewandert sind, standen sowohl die Annapurna Umrundung, als auch der Annapurna Base Camp Trek auf unserer Bucket List!

Das Wichtigste beim Wandern im Himalaya ist eine gut organisierte Packliste, die wir für diese Reise weiter optimiert haben.

Hier findet ihr alles was wir bis zum Annapurna-Gebirge dabei hatten.

Our Backpacks | Annapurna Circuit & Annapurna Base Camp Trek Packing List

Rucksäcke

men | women

Annapurna Ciruit & Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Packliste für Männer:

Annapurna Circuit & Annapurna Base Camp Trek Packing List | | Men | Outside Material

Clothing

The most important rule: Layering!

Base Layer

  • 2x thermal pant: men | women
  • 2x thermal shirt: men | women
  • 2x trekking shirt long: men | women
  • 1x trekking tank top
    (great for warm days in lower altitudes)
  • 2x fleece sweater or fleece jacket: men | women
  • 1x trekking T-shirt: men | women
  • 2x pair trekking pants
    one thin: men | women
    one thicker: men | women
  • 3-4 pair woolen trekking socks
  • bring enough underwear for the entire trek!

Outer Layer

Annapurna Ciruit & Annapurna Base Camp Trek

Packing List for Women:

Annapurna Circuit Packing List for women

Gear

Since the Annapurna Circuit and the Basecamp Trek are both teahouse treks you don’t have to carry your own food or camping equipment. There are many small shops on the entire trek, but the prices are way higher due to the remoteness and elevation of the trek.

Try to buy everything you need in Kathmandu or Pokhara.

  • 1 backpack 
  • 1 pair of (polarized) sunglasses
  • 1 headlamp
  • 1 heavy sleeping bag (Nearly all teahouses are equipt with blankets, but an extra insulation layer is quite helpful in high altitudes. If you are planning to rent your sleeping bag in Kathmandu, consider bringing a silk liner with you)
  • 1 water bottle
  • Snickers or chocolate bars
    (thank us later)
  • 1 pair of trekking poles
  • Garmin or another GPS device
    (Since we like to hike independent, it is always nice to have a GPS device with you (a whiteout can happen anywhere))
  • a whistle
  • 1 pair of crampons 
    (there can be a lot of snow during February and December)
  • 1 seat pad
  • 1 light daypack
    (it’s great to hike with a small daypack during one of the acclimatization days)
  • 1 set of playing cards and/or board games

Documents

  • Passports
  • Permits:
    – TIMs Card
    – ACAP Card (both can be bought at the Nepal Tourism Board in Kathmandu)
  • Rupees
    (bring enough for accommodation, food, and drinks, a good rule of thumb is 25$ per person per day)
  • Map
    (there are many map stores in Thamel)

Electronics

This may be the trip of your lifetime; you will never forget the Annapurna mountain range. The first thing you will forget is the weight of your backpack once you finished your trek. If you want to document it, a few extra grams might not kill you.

We love to look back at our past adventures and revel in memories.
That is why camera equipment is the only extra we don’t mind to carry arond.

We left a few things in Kathmandu (at our hotel), so we didn’t have to carry around everything.

First Aid

  • Diamox
  • Ibuprofen
  • Aspirin
  • Anti nauseant
  • Immodium
  • Bandaids
  • Antiseptic wipes
  • Elastic Bandage
  • Triangle Bandage
  • Survival blanket
  • Blister band-aids
  • Safety-pins
  • Tweezers
  • first aid kit

Toiletries

  • Sunscreen SPF 50
  • Purification tablets 
  • a good chapstick with SPF
  • Toilet paper
  • All-purpose soap
  • Microfiber towel
  • baby wipes
  • panty liners
  • toothbrush
  • toothpaste

That is everything we carried up and around the Annapurna Circuit & Annapurna Base Camp. If you think we forgot something on our list. Please leave a comment.

Video Impressions of the Everest Base Camp Trek:

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