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What's in your bag?


SkyB · · PDX, OR · Joined May 2012 · Points: 0

Water, snacks, layers including hat and gloves, chapstick,tape, trash bag and headlamp. Toilet paper and a ziplock bag to contain it  (Makes the hike out and emptying the pack later a little more esthetic)

Ellis L · · SLCish · Joined Apr 2016 · Points: 61

For cragging, I bring flip flops to wear in between climbs on the same wall. No need to waste time putting on socks and lacing shoes for every climb/belay transition - burning daylight! 

eli poss · · Durango, Co · Joined May 2014 · Points: 442
Tony K wrote:

That stuff's alright. But this shit is much better


But lately I've been bringing some of this on climbing trips since my roommate gave it to me (she thought it was nasty, I think it tastes just fine)

Tony K · · Pa · Joined May 2017 · Points: 0
eli poss wrote:

That stuff's alright. But this shit is much better


But lately I've been bringing some of this on climbing trips since my roommate gave it to me (she thought it was nasty, I think it tastes just fine)

All are good .......let’s add some

JonasMR · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2016 · Points: 6

I'll eat a couple dozen bananas before I head out; gotta keep my potassium levels up.  Then I stick the peels in my pack so I can bury them at the crag.

Joshua Dee · · San Diego, CA · Joined Oct 2015 · Points: 30
Tony K wrote:

All are good .......let’s add some

So sweet it hurts

Scottmx426 · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Sep 2014 · Points: 0

“Shit tickets” for sure. I always bring enough for two in case my partners are ill prepared. Baby wipes can be luxurious additions. Headlamp always. And what Frank said.

orthopedic surgical nurse?  What does that get you? 

Pavel Burov · · Russia · Joined May 2013 · Points: 50

BTW, +2 essentials to the list 's been posted above: Crocks and wet wipes.

Tony K · · Pa · Joined May 2017 · Points: 0
Scottmx426 wrote:

“Shit tickets” for sure. I always bring enough for two in case my partners are ill prepared. Baby wipes can be luxurious additions. Headlamp always. And what Frank said.

orthopedic surgical nurse?  What does that get you? 

Surgical nurse great to have around to stitch up the 4 inch gash in leg from ice axe 

ViperScale . · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Dec 2013 · Points: 240
Jeff Luton · · Ventucky Ca · Joined Aug 2016 · Points: 0

Sierra Nevada's, and moonshine incase I run out of gas, Sierra Nevada's, or just to climb a runout

Patrick Wilder · · Birmingham, Alabama · Joined May 2015 · Points: 10

a wrench if I'm sport climbing, and a headlamp

Jordon · · Rochester · Joined Aug 2016 · Points: 178

Yup, TP.... nothing like feeling the urge mid climb

Jeff G. · · Fort Collins · Joined Feb 2006 · Points: 897

I have one of these in my bag!  Use it to break down adhesions from chronic tendon and pulley injuries and you can use it to soften up tight muscles in between red point burns!


https://wavetools.net/

https://www.instagram.com/wave_tools/

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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