A Via Ferrata kit - helmet and sturdy shoes are standard while on a Via Ferrata climb. Suitable clothing and appropriate equipment such as a first-aid kit in the case of an emergency and a head lamp should also be included in the packing list.
Mountain bike season has finally arrived – and the same questions as last season keep popping up: What should I take? What not? This mountain bike packing list helps with what is really needed for a day trip of biking!
If you are planning a multi-week ski expedition, good preparation is required. Warm clothes and enough food are existential, the weight of course also plays a role. Here's an overview of which gear makes perfect sense to pack in.
Who hasn’t it happened to at least once: Your on a great ski tour, ready to hit the summit and you realise that you’ve left the ski-crampons behind. First day of a great climbing holiday and you’re standing in front of the wall without the chalkbag. Disappointment hits you on a downhill mountain bike trail when realisation sinks in that your protectors are still hanging on the wall at home. Yes, there is always a story to tell about our forgetfulness when its not needed – Bergzeit set you up with an easy solution: Simply take a look at our outdoor packing lists. The right equipment and gear on any tour is vital. Backpacks shouldn’t be too heavily loaded, at the same time however, all important items should be included for the task at hand. Our packing lists are tailor-made and specific to the relevant outdoor activity you are pursuing. A packing list for climbing, backcountry skiers, hikers, campers – regardless of what packing list, you can be sure that Bergzeit have thought of every detail for you!