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February 3, 2017 Comments (0) Adventure, Featured, Hiking, News

Berg Lake Trail – Packing List

Mount Robson Provincial Park

The Berg Lake Trail is a world-renowned backcountry hiking trail located in Mount Robson Provincial Park in east, central British Columbia, just west of the British Columbia/Alberta border. The trail takes you through some of the most amazing scenery in the province and I’m excited to have reserved to go there this coming June.

This is the second blog post in the Mt. Robson Series I’ll be continuing to post as I plan for the upcoming trip. I’m looking forward to sharing the planning, others blog posts, videos etc. I’ve found along the way in hopes it will help others on their trip.

This post covers the packing list I’m preparing for the hike this summer. The list below is a generic backpacking list I will use just as a starting point. I already have many of the items listed and when possible I’ll link to the item on the Mountain Equipment Co-Op or other outdoor retailer where it was purchased.

Berg Lake Trail Packing List

Backpack & Accessories

Backpack with 60 litre capacity – I have the MEC Brio 60L which is now discontinued. My hiking partner will need to upgrade his backpack.
Compact daypack – I have a small MEC AlpineLite that I use as my daypack that I will take along.
Sleeping bag good to 0 degrees C – I just purchased new sleeping bags and will post a review video once they arrive.
Sleeping insulation mat (thermarest or foamy)
Water bottle(s) – I like the wide mouth Nalgene bottles because they fit right onto my water purifier.
Water Filter – MSR MiniWorks & backup Aquatabs just in case
Camera & accessories in a waterproof bag – I’ll be taking along my GoPro, DSLR & DJI Osmo.
Garbage bags
LED Headlamp
GPS – Garmin eTrex 20x GPS
First Aid Kit


Hiking Boots – I need to get a new pair of boots this year and break them in on some day hikes.
Socks plus two pairs of spares
Lightweight comfortable footwear for evenings – I usually bring flip flops for around camp.
Long pants – I like to hike in convertible hiking pants so I’ll take those along
Spare long underwear or pants
Two short sleeve and one long sleeve shirt
Mid-Layer Jacket – I have two light down jackets I usually take along.
Rain pants and rain jacket
Sun hat
Warm hat
One or two Trekking Poles – I usually don’t hike with trekking poles but I may take them along this time.

Additional Items

Stuff Sacks – Various sizes as needed
Sunscreen SPF 15+
Insect repellant
Bear Spray
Toothbrush and personal toiletries

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