Wild Women’s Backpacking Overnight
April 27 @ 10:00 am - April 28 @ 1:00 pmFree – $150.00
Wild Women’s Backpacking Overnight Along the Beautiful Tecumseh and Low Gap Trail!
Saturday April 27th:
10am meet at the Low Gap Trail parking lot
11am Begin hike into the backcountry along Low Gap/Tecumseh Trail
4pm Arrive at the backcountry area campsite
Make dinner, share stories that evening around the campfire, learn to how to hang food, make fire, hunt bear, whittle swords, etc!
Sunday April 28th:
7:30am wake up, make breakfast, stretch!
~12pm Arrive back at the parking lot, celebrate!
*Times are approximate
Equipment DNK Presents can provide on a first come first serve basis, sign up early to make sure we have equipment if you need it:
60 Liter Backpack
Tent (2 person)
*Food is provided for everyone (dinner Saturday, breakfast Sunday, lunch Sunday). All of the backpacking food is vegetarian, we can accommodate for most food allergies if we are notified far enough in advance. You will share food with a partner for the weekend and carry that food in your packs for the weekend, the food is dehydrated and bagged separately.
The full gear list for the weekend below, you will need to pack your lunch for Saturday afternoon.
Gear list and recommended clothing:
Tent or hammock (we can also provide)
Extra batteries for flashlight/headlamp
Snacks/Extra food (fruit is not recommended because it is heavy and leaves waste behind, granola bars or dried fruit, trail mix is great)
Lunch for Saturday afternoon i.e. any sand which, PB&J, cheese.crackers,
Extra Clothes, Layers (dry fit, wool or technical – cotton is NOT recommended because once it gets wet it stays wet)
2 filled water bottles (Nalgene size 32 oz. at least or 64 oz. total) OR water bladder ***Come with it filled
Gators (for shoes – optional)
Trekking poles (optional)
Zip lock baggies for storage of items like snacks, food or trash,
Bathroom “Kit” – large zip lock bag, wipes, hand sanitizer – you may want to duck tape the outside of your waste bag or use a dark bag
Baby wipes or face wipes
Camp shoes (cheap pair of flip flops to wear when we get to the camp site area)
Hiking boots (highly recommended)
Rain Gear (jacket, poncho, rain pants) – Always a good idea even if the forecast does not call for it
Band-Aids’, other First Aide items you may need (DNK has First Aid Kit)