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    Camping list: What should you bring on a two-day backpacking trip?

  • #2
    Let me be the first [email protected]@ to say Backpack!


    After that I have a nice 2 man tent with a foam pad I take along. I like candles, mini-mag flashlight, lighter,small camp stove loaded with fuel, food, rain suit, clothes, buck tool, flask. It's endless. Depends on how comfortable you want to be.

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    • #3
      First aid kit, gps and compass with map, and all of the things buckhunter said.

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      • #4
        Oh yeah, and whichever tent that Del recommends in July.

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        • #5
          Depends on where you are going. I usually bring good knife, rain gear, xtra cloths, LED light, Camelback, and light-weight tent. Bring trail food too.

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          • #6
            tent of Dels reccomindation, flashlight, rain gear, MRE's, gps, sleeping bag, clothes, plenty o guns and a first aid kit

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            • #7
              GPS, Flashlight, Fire Starter, Tents, More than enough food, and a small survival/first aid kit.

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              • #8
                everything that you dont think you will need

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                • #9
                  Flashlight, pan, firestarter, nife, lots of food, a tent, a suvival kit, first aid kit, a space blanket, lots of blankets, more than enough dry clothes, a phone, and thats about it. and if you think you wont need it, pack it.

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                  • #10
                    one thing people didnt say is a mirror, in case you get lost you can shine your flash light on it and signal help.

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                    • #11
                      I don't like to haul anything extra, keep the pack as light as possible.
                      A good LED headlamp and LED flashlight, a good solid fixed blade knife with a 4-5" blade, first aid kit, MRE, dried fruit and nuts, lightweight sleeping bag, lightweight tent, water tablets, waterproof matches, lighter, whistle, thin rain jacket, bug spray, a wrist rocket, compass with mirror, a bladder of water, and a fifth of Jack.

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                      • #12
                        Everything that buckhunter said!

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