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Wilkerson's 3 Season Sierra Gear List
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Jay Wilkerson
(Creachen) - MLife

Locale: East Bay
Wilkerson's 3 Season Sierra Gear List on 05/23/2008 11:34:42 MDT Print View

3 Season Sierra Gear List

Robert McGaughey
(havoc) - F

Locale: North Texas
3 season gear list on 05/25/2008 21:31:53 MDT Print View

WOW.....that's the lightest list I've seen yet..... ;)

Casey Bowden
(clbowden) - MLife

Locale: Berkeley Hills
Wilkerson's 3 Season Sierra Gear List on 05/25/2008 21:50:47 MDT Print View


Nice list. A few questions:

1) Is this the equipment you'll use for your upcoming trip heading north on the PCT from Tuolumne?

2) What do you do with your food at night? I didn't see a bear canister or any provision for hanging it.

3) Do you sleep comfortably with just a torsolite and foam sit pad? If so, I'm jealous.

FYI, my new avatar photo was taken about 56 miles south of Sonora Pass 48 hours after my wife dropped me off a few years ago. I can't wait to go back.

Edited by clbowden on 05/25/2008 21:52:34 MDT.

Jay Wilkerson
(Creachen) - MLife

Locale: East Bay
Wilkerson's gear list on 05/26/2008 10:34:41 MDT Print View

Hey casey, Sorry- I do have a Wild Ideas Canister- which I will use in July. I should of been clearer- that list would be used for say a weekend trip where a canister is not required. Casey as of now the slots are full. But we would still love to have you. Try to get a permit from a different day are trailhead. I don't think it will be a problem. I am picking up the permit on July 11th. We can possibly car pool? You could start earlyer or later- we could hold-up or you can walk very fast!ETC, ETC. We can make it happen no matter what. And regaurding sleeping pad- for a long distance hike- I like to be cumfy-cosy. I will bring a Prolite 4- heavy but worth every once. Give me a call if you have chance 925 330 0849