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Always... The ten essentials:
  • Map of the area
  • compass
  • extra food
  • extra warm clothes and raingear
  • emergency shelter
  • first aid kit
  • sunglasses and sunscreen
  • pocket knife
  • waterproof matches
  • Headlamp/extra batteries

Plus Cleanup stuff:

Gloves, and a cutter or knife to cut ropes of buried floats.

We are expecting good weather, but be prepared for rain just in case.

Camping Stuff if staying overnight:

If you are camping on Hoh Beach, bring a tent, raingear, warm clothes, and food for one dinner, two lunches and one breakfast.

If we can find some wood we'll have a little bonfire on Saturday night!

Swimsuit:

Sunday afternoon, on our way back to Seattle,  we'll stop in Sol Duc and enjoy the Hot Springs before heading back to Puget Sound.



Please feel free to email me with any and all questions,

mikem@rem0vethisgrandcanyontreks.org  

or call 206-9931.4713 cell or 206.933.6801 evening


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