Avalanche Gear

  • Avalanche beacon

  • Probe

  • Shovel

  • airbag pack if available


  • Backcountry skis or split-board set up (skis, skins, poles, boots)

  • General mountaineering axe

  • General mountaineering crampons (aluminum or steel, fit to your boots)

  • Harness

  • small day skiing pack (20-30 liters) for day trips

  • overnight ski pack (40-50 liters, in case we go into a hut and need to cary overnight equipment)

Crevasse rescue kit

  • 1 x 1.5m 7mm cord

  • 1 x 5m 7mm cord

  • 2 x should length sling

  • 4 locking carabiners

  • 2 non-looking carabiner

  • Belay device

  • Pulley (optional)

  • Ice screw (16cm min)


  • Waterproof/breathable jacket and pants

  • Lightweight breathable jacket and pants (for uphill skinning/climbing)

  • Insulated jacket (synthetic insulated jacket is strongly recommended)

  • Lightweight gloves for climbing/skinning

  • Warm waterproof gloves

  • Warm hat

  • Sun hat

  • Balaclava or other types of neck warmer


  • Sunglasses

  • Goggles

  • Helmet (climbing, or ski)

  • Sun screen

  • Sun hat

  • Ski strap

  • Small personal ski repair kit

  • Personal first aid, medication

  • Camera

Overnight gear:

  • Tent - small, light, packable (season dependent)

  • Sleeping bag (light, packable - season and accommodation dependent)

  • Sleeping bag liner (in case temperatures warrant it, or for use in Jim Haberl Hut since weight is not as much of an issue)

  • Stove with fuel (Jetboil style preferable)

  • Lightweight sleeping pad

  • Hut clothes, hut toiletries

  • Lightweight bowl, mug, and personal cutlery