HIKING GEAR : Osprey Kestrel 32 Camo / by Glenn Fajota

It's that time of the year where I am doing a lot of hikes to scout for future hikes for (landscape/wildlife assignments). So there isnt really a set time that I'll be out there but I'm hoping it wont take me longer than three days to scout a location.

To help scout the landscapes/wildlife, I decided to bring a load out that consisted of a camo, multicam, coyote, olive drab items. This will help me blend in the natural surroundings without disturbing the natural feeding for these wildlife we are scouting.

Safety is always first. My projected campsites, routes and return time are always left with someone at home and at the office. And although Ill be camouflaged with the environment, I am taking safety precautions by marking my campsite for humans (if there any) and I am also equipped with a whistle and GPS/radio devices, in case of an emergency.

Enough of that chatter, lets get to the gear list!

Osprey Kestrel 32
Catoma IBNS
Klymit Inertia X Lite Ultralight Backpacking Pad
Outdoor Research Dry Compression Sack
The North Face Aleutian 50 degree bag
Cocoon Hyperlight AirCore Pillow
ENO Camo Hammock and Tarp
Mechanix Tactical Original Gloves
Patagonia Rain Shell
Hultafors 19" Axe
Joby GorillaPod
Vargo Ti Boiler Cook Kit
Pipe Hitters Union Glow in the Dark Nalgene
ZPacks Roll Dry Sack
Outdoor Products Food Bag
The North Face Fleece
Lowepro P&S Case
Canon G7X
PETZL Headlamp
J5 Flashlight
Ditty Bag of Paracord
The North Face Ground Tarp

 

 

 

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