Below is a comprehensive list of the items you should bring when you set out to trek Larapinta Trail.
When selecting clothing, we strongly suggest thermal/woolen or equivalent fabrics (polypropylene or Polartec/fleece) rather than cottons (eg jeans, wind cheaters). This is because of their ability to better retain warmth, even when damp.
Your guides are responsible for all first aid on the trip, but they will have limited supplies to be conserved for emergencies.
You will need to take responsibility for managing any pre-existing medical conditions you may have. Please ensure that you have more than adequate supplies of all your medications.
To assist the guides in managing first-aid issues, please bring with you your own basic supplies:
Please advise us of any unusual size requirements needed for supplied gear prior to departure (eg. If you are over 182cm in height you will need an extra large swag). Also please feel free to bring your own equipment if you would prefer instead of using our gear
A Word on Valuables
With all adventure travel, it is best to leave unnecessary valuables at home or in a safe at your hotel. We accept no responsibility for the loss of, or damage to, any valuables or equipment whilst on a trek with us.
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