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Jackson Hole Mountain Guides - Ladies Grand Teton Equipment List


Approach Shoes

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Hannah's notes

"The tennie is a classic, having less room in the toe box and a stiffer feel to give them a really good feet if you're spending a lot of time on the rock."

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Hannah's notes

"A great Gore-tex shoe for harsh trails. Good cushioning and thick lugs make this shoe really grippy while still giving you the benefits of an approach shoe. "

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Hannah's notes

"Grippy Vibram rubber with a lightweight, weather proof upper. This is a good, hardworking shoe. "


Mountain Boots

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Hannah's notes

"Lightweight boot, more technical and versatile than an approach shoe. Focus is on support and excels in a wide variety of conditions. Ideal for early season when crampons are required. Hybrid-crampon compatible."

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Hannah's notes

"Lightweight mountaineering boot with a durable construction. Hybrid-crampon compatible. "

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Hannah's notes

"More narrow fit than the Zodiac or Crow. A couple ounces heavier than those two, but excellent lightweight option. Hybrid-crampon compatible."

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Hannah's notes

"Nice burly but lightweight option. It's breathable with great arch and heel support. Hybrid-crampon compatible. "


Socks - 3 Pairs

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Hannah's notes

"Good rugged socks that will help keep your feet comfortable. "

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Hannah's notes

"A more midweight sock when you don't as much cushion. Darn Tough is known for having socks with great durability."


Upper Layers

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Hannah's notes

"Great lightweight top with a long zipper in the front for venting. I like that it has UPF 50 and the antimicrobial finish lets you wear this for a few days without it smelling."

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Hannah's notes

"A step up from the 1/2 zip shirt if you'd like a top with a little more coverage. The MHW WickQ technology is perfect for keeping these layers dry when you're moving. "

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Hannah's notes

"Awesome, lightweight jacket for throwing on when things start to get chilly. It fits down into it's own pocket which I always find really convenient. It also has Q.Shield down to help keep you warm even if conditions get a little wet. "

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Hannah's notes

"A super nice, lightweight shirt for climbing and hiking with MHS WickQ. It has a really flattering cut as well so you can buy it for the trip then wear it everywhere else once you get back. "


Upper Layers - Shells

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Hannah's notes

"Great rain jacket for climbing since it's designed with some stretch in the fabric. The material itself is waterproof but it also has pit-zips to dump heat in case you really start moving. "

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Hannah's notes

"An excellent rain layer for alpine climbing! A host of technical features including extra-long pit zips make it ideal for climbing the Grand. "

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Hannah's notes

"A comfortable jacket with a great fit. It really is stretchy and will move with your shoulders and arms as you. It's also more fitted without feeling to snug so you're not swimming in the jacket. "

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Hannah's notes

"This will be an awesome warm layer to have. The fleece is a high-loft fleece that will help regulate moisture and stretch panels on the side help it move with you. "


Bottom Layers

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Hannah's notes

"Dynama is on of my favorite materials out there. It's lightweight and stretchy, so no chaffing during your hike. It also, has a DWR finish to repel water if it starts to sprinkle or get a little snowy. The wide waistband makes these feel like a comfy pair of yoga pants. "

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Hannah's notes

"Comfy, durable hiking paints with a neat integrated belt. The belt helps you get a good fit without the discomfort of an actual belt under your pack or harness. "

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Hannah's notes

"Great alpine rain pants. They have articulated knees as well as a waterproof membrane to keep them moving with you and keep you dry. "


Accessories

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Hannah's notes

"This beanie will fit well under your helmet and is nice and lightweight. "

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Hannah's notes

"A great, lightweight glove that gives your warmth and weather protection."

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Hannah's notes

"A good versatile piece you can use as a headband or around your neck, I find it a little heavier than a buff for a little extra warmth. "


Optional Accessories

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Hannah's notes

"Great if you have a camera or phone that needs to be recharged. This one will fully charge your phone 3 times but their are multiple sizes depending on what you need. "

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Hannah's notes

"A durable bag for toiletries or items you'd like to keep safe. After the trip it has so many uses, so it's a good, inexpensive investment. "

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Hannah's notes

"Lightweight, quality poles that will help you save some leg pain on the steep ascent. It's collapsible to stow away when you don't need them and has a really comfortable handle. "

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Hannah's notes

"I find these perfect for the tent at night. There a bit of extra weight but add some comfort and offer more even lighting then your headlamp."


On The Trail

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Hannah's notes

"Good comfy pack that can carry your gear and food for about 2 - 4 days."

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Hannah's notes

"This is a good sized pack for summit days where you need to move fast. "

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Hannah's notes

"I like this towel because it's a little more absorbent for longer hair. It's also really soft for a layer of coyness on the trail or mountain. "

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Hannah's notes

"This hat has UPF 50 and a sweat wicking headband for sunnier days. And it comes in really fun colors! "


On The Trail

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Hannah's notes

"Comfy and grippy shoes to throw on at base camp or for easier trail days. The approach style gives you some extra security on rock. "

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Hannah's notes

"Nice and bright with a safety whistle added which is really nice. It's also weather-resistant should things get a little wet. "

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Hannah's notes

"Lightweight knife for emergency situations. Petzl makes great products and this knife should last you a long time. "


On The Trail

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Hannah's notes

"Rugged glasses that still have some style. Just be sure to go with the darker lenses to keep your eyes safe. "


Underwear/Sports Bras

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Hannah's notes

"Lightweight and comfortable! They have an antimicorbial treatment to keep them (and you) feeling fresh "

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Hannah's notes

"A supportive but lightweight bra that will help keep you dry. "

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Hannah's notes

"A good sports bra with slightly lighter support that will wick sweat really well. "