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Gear check list for Yuksam Dzongri Trek

No matter what season you are planning for the mountains are always going to be cold, rough, and tough so it is absolutely necessary to pack yourself with adequate and proper clothing. Here is the standard gear checklist for the Dzongri Trek.

Proper packing of the trekking gears is absolutely necessary with eyes on the weight limit. It is important to have a good brand of clothing.

Basic Gears:
BackPack & rain cover or Duffel bag (50 to 70 ltr)
Day Pack & rain cover (20 to 30 ltr)
Walking stick (1 pair or at least one)
Water Bottle (2 bottles of 2 ltr each)
Thermos flask (1 nos)
Head Light (1 Nos with 4 pairs of batteries)
Gaiters (1 pair)
 
Upper and Lower Clothings:
T - Shirt (2 to 3 full sleeves). Mostly non-cotton
Fleece T-shirt (1 nos)
Thermal Inner-wears or base layers (1 nos or 1 pair) such as long jones
Fleece Jacket (1 nos)
Down, Feather, or Holofil Jackets (1 nos)
Wind and Waterproof jackets & pants (1 pair)
Trekking Pants (1 pair). Comfortable and durable
Short Trekking Pants (1 nos or 1 pair)
Poncho (1 nos)
 
Headgears:
Woolen cap (1 nos)
Sun cap (1 nos)
Balaclava or scarf (1 nos)
Sunglasses (1 nos) U/V protected and dark
 
Hand gears:
Waterproof gloves (1 nos)
Woolen gloves (1 nos)
 
Feet gears:
Waterproof Trekking boots (1 nos) preferably ankle high Goretex, North face, Colombia, or Quechua
Snickers or running shoes (1 nos) preferably from any reputed brand
Gaiters (1 nos)
Sandals or flippers (1 nos)
Cotton socks (4 pairs)
Woolen socks (2 pairs)
 
Personal utilities:
Sunscreen cream
Moisturizers
Hand sanitizers
Toilet papers and wipes
Anti-bacterial powders
Lip balm
Toothbrush and toothpaste
Towel
 
Personal Medicinal Kits:

 

Symptoms

Quantity

Required Dosage

1. Medicines

 

 

 

Antibiotics

 

 

 

Bactrim Salphoprim Tabrol D.S.

Bacterial Dysentery

30

x1x2x5

 

 

 

 

Tetracycline 500 mg Tetramaxi

General infections

20

x1x4x5

* Note: Full course should be taken – do not stop taking just because the symptoms have gone.

     

 

 

 

 

JEEVAN JAL or simalar

Dehydration solution

10

as required

IBUPROFEN 400

Anti-inflammatory/Analgesic

30

x1 every 6 hours

PARACETAMOL 500

Fever/general pain

50

x2 every 6 hours

CODEINE

severe pain

20

x1 every 6 hours

THROAT LOZENGES STREPSILS

Sore throat

30

as required

 

 

 

 

BENADRYAL 50 AVIL

Antihistamine/Allergies

30

x1 x4 x3

 

 

 

 

DIAMOX AMOXYLITE

Altitude acclimatization

30

x1 x1 x5

 

NIFEDIPINE

 

              HAPE 

 

 

 

 10 mg * 2 at half an hour gap

 

 

DEXAMETHASONE

HACE  

 

 4mg doses administered with Diamox

GELUSIL DIGENE

Anti-acid

50

as required

LOMOTIL

Mild diarrhea

30

x1 x4 x3

 

 

 

 

ELDOPER

 

 

 

MILK OF MAGNESIA FINE CREMAFFIN

constipation

01 Bottle

x1 TSP as needed

 

 

 

 

2. Topical

 

 

 

NEOSPORIN POWDER

Wound/skin infection

01

 

RELAXYL

MUSCLE PAIN

02

 

BURNOL SILVERX

Burns

01

 

EYE/EAR DROPS

Eye/Ear infections

01

2-3 drops

 

 

 

 

3. Supplies

 

   

4” ELASTIC BANDAGE

                 02

   

BAND-AIDS

                100

   

4” x 4” GAUZE PADS

                 20

   

TRIANGULAR BANDAGE

                 01

   

COTTON WOOL

 

01

 

IODINE

01

   

DETTOL

01 SMALL

   

TINCURE OF BENZENE

01 SMALL

   

THERMOMETER

01

   

SCISSORS

01

   

RAZORBLADE

01

   

SYRING 3 ML

01

   

 

 

 

 

** NOTE DOSAGE: x1x4x3 = One tablet, four times a day for three days.

     

 

 

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