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Canyoneering Checklists

Description

These checklists are provided as a starting point for you to know what to bring on a canyoneering adventure. Obviously these checklists are not all-inclusive. You will need to modify them to meet your needs. I would suggest that you print these checklists out and cross off each item as you pack it. It's really annoying to get to the top of a canyon and realize you left your harness at home on the kitchen table.

Group Gear
Rope
Rope Bag
Pull Cord
Webbing
Quick Links
Extra Figure 8 for Rigging
Canyon Quickdraw
Waterproof Camera
Water Filter
First Aid Kit
Canyon Beta

First Aid Kit
Ibuprofen
Asprin
Benadryl
Neosporin
Bandages
Duct Tape
Ace Bandage
Super Glue

Individual Gear
Backpack
Water
Snacks
Meals
Knife on Neck Loop
Sturdy Shoes
Harness
Locking Carabiner
Non-locking Carabiner
Rappel Device (Pirana, Figure 8, ATC, Totem, etc)
Prusik Loop
Shoulder Sling
Helmet
Gloves

Emergency Kit (Possibles Bag)
Extra Rope
Sterno
Emergency Sleeping Bag or Survival Blanket
Headlamp
Lighter
Hand Warmers
Toilet Paper and Ziploc Bag
Ascenders
Knife
Pulley
Water Treatment
Compass
Map
Paracord
Cash
Whistle
Cell Phone
Extra Food
Extra Locking Carabiners

Gear for Wet Canyons
Swimming Suit
Wet Suit or Dry Suit
Neoprene Socks
Dry Bag

Pothole Escape Tools
Potshot
Etrier

Bolt Kit
Bolt
Hanger
Drill
Drill Bits
Blow Tube
Wrench
Hammer

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