Overnight Canoe or River Trip


Group Equipment 

  • Tent
  • Tarp
  • Stove w/ Fuel
  • Pots with Grippers
  • Canoe
  • Paddles
  • PFDs
  • Throw Ropes
  • Tie-down Cord
  • Bow Lines
  • Bear Barrels
  • Dining Fly
  • First Aid Kit
  • RepairKit
  • Water Bags
  • Water Filters / Polar Pure

Personal Equipment

  • Drybags
  • Sleeping bag
  • Sleeping pad
  • Cup and Bowl
  • Fork and spoon
  • Pocket knife
  • TP in zip lock bag
  • 2 one quart water bottles(Nalgene)
  • Personal medication
  • Toiletries (not the kitchen sink)
  • Sun glasses w/ strap
  • sun block
  • Matches / lighters
  • Neoprene Gloves
  • Rain Gear – jacket, pants, and gaiters
  • Synthetic long underwear (2 pants and 2 shirts)
  • Fleece jacket or wool sweater and/or vest
  • Quick-dry pants (no jeans!)
  • X pairs of warm (wool or synthetic) socks
  • X pairs of underwear
  • T-Shirts
  • Warm wool or fleece hat
  • River shoes or rubber boots in cold/wet weather
  • Camp shoes
  • Sun hat 

Recommended (Trip specific and/or optional)

  • Neoprene socks (highly recommended)
  • Bandanna/small towel/washcloth
  • Book, journal and pencil, playing cards
  • Camera/film
  • Binoculars / field guides
  • Shorts
  • Mosquito head net
  • Personal first aid kit
  • Extra plastic bags and zip-locks
  • Spare glasses / contacts

Items in BOLD FACE are available from Outdoor Adventures for free use on our trips! OA also provides group gear such as stoves, cooking pots, fuel, water filters, rain tarps a group first aid kit, and other safety gear.

Please Remember: every item adds weight to your pack. If your pack weighs too much, it will be difficult to enjoy the trip. Each member of the group will be expected to carry a portion of the food and group supplies.

If the weather turns nasty, staying warm and dry is critical to your comfort and safety – please pack accordingly! Failure to meet the requirements for appropriate rain gear, hiking boots, etc. can be grounds for exclusion due to health and safety considerations. We highly recommend that you bring your equipment and clothing to the pre-trip meeting so we can go over your gear with you.

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