Kit List for Walking Great Britain

I’ve learnt from previous adventures that while you don’t need to buy expensive bits of kit (particularly if you have awesome friends who can lend you bits), it is a good idea to have the lightest you can afford and to not over pack.

Plus, you want a few items that will put a smile on your face when you’re being lashed with rain for days on end!

Here’s a run down of the kit I’m taking on my little stroll down the country.

Backpack: Osprey Aura 65

Camping:

Nordisk 1 man tent

Thermorest sleeping mat

Rab Bivvy bag

Silk liner

Jetboil stove

Spork

Plastic mug

Head torch

Travel towel

Water bottle x 2 (one is a WaterToGo bottle)

Sunglasses

Portable phone charger

Headphones

Lifeproof phone case

Dry bag x 2

Clothes:

Sleeveless top

T shirt

Long sleeved day top

Long sleeved Marino top for the evening

Rab jumper

Rab down jacket

North Face waterproof jacket

Endura waterproof trousers

Sweaty Betty thermal leggings

Running shorts

Wool socks x 2

Bamboo socks

Knickers and sports bras

Going Solo buff

KEEN walking boots

Spare boot laces

Toiletries:

Bamboo toothbrush

Toothpaste

Face wipes

Moisturiser

Odylique organic sunscreen

Odylique organic concealer and mascara

Razor

Tweezers

First aid kit:

Blister plasters

Zinc oxide tape

Antibacterial gel

Knee/ankle support

Navigation:

Ordinance Survey app – route plotted, downloaded to phone and first 2 weeks printed

Waterproof map case

Compass

ZeroSixZero route map for website

Plus of course, copious amounts of snacks and coffee. And today I’ll be heading out to find a book in a charity shop that I can give away en route when I’ve finished it.

Any thing I’ve missed, please do drop a note in the comments below.


I’ve chosen all my kit based on what I can borrow from friends and the products I love using.

I’ve been really lucky that some of the brands I love love me back and so Ordnance Survey, Odylique, ZeroSixZero and Going Solo are my wonderful partners for this trip.


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