Recommended Gear List

Lewis & Clark Trail Adventures
Recommended Gear List ACT 176-Fund Whitewater rafting

River layering system – Synthetic Fiber

___ 2 Base layers of silk-wt or light wt

___ 2-3 2nd layer of fleece tops

___ 2 fleece bottom if using paddling pants

___ 3rd layer Paddling jacket & pants

___ Fleece or wool hat & gloves

Camp Clothing – Separate from or in addition to River Clothing

___ Carharts or other heavy duty pants

___ Fleece jacket and pants

___ Parka and/or rain gear

___ Fleece or wool hat & gloves

___ 6-8 wool or fleece socks

Shoes

****Comfort comes first with shoes

___ Neoprene booties

___ Teva-type sandals (river shoes)

___ light-wt hiking shoes (camp shoes)

Toiletries***Keep to a minimum

LCTA provides standard first aid kit on all trips. You may want to bring your own supply of preferred remedies. Please specify if you have any serious allergies or medical conditions.

Camping Equipment

___Tent and/or tarp

___ Sleeping pad (if not waterproof, goes in dry bag)

___ Sleeping bag (goes in dry bag)

___ Water Bottle, Nalgene recommended

___ Coffee mug

___ Any other personal camping equipment

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Packing tips:

    1. Need gear? Contact Wayne at number below for recommendations.
    2. Always be prepared for sudden weather changes.
    3. Pack layering systems for maximum versatility with minimal clothing.
    4. Line dry bag with garbage bag. Our dry bags are 16” diameter x 33” tall or 3.8 cubic ft. when sealed and lined with plastic.
    5. Bring extra zip-locs or plastic bags to keep wet clothing separated from dry

Leave No Trace things to remember

      1. Remove all packaging prior to arrival at the put-in from newly purchased items to reduce garbage on the river.
      2. No soap is allowed in the river, wash in the sand or rocks. Wet wipes are a good alternative to freshen up.
      3. All micro-trash is packed out.

Cold Water &  Weather considerations Multiple layers of  light-wt to mid-wt or heavy-wt capilene/under armor or other synthetic fiber and fleece.

Always keeping your wet river clothing separate from dry camp clothing.

LCTA has the following river gear if needed

Wetsuit, Paddling top and Neoprene Booties

Questions? Call LCTA

Toll-free      1-800-366-6246

Local                    406-728-7609

Email          raft@montana.com

Web            www.trailadventures.com

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