Five days in Luxemburg/Eifel start today :-)

Discussion in 'Kit Lists' started by Chris2901, Sep 30, 2018.

  1. Chris2901

    Chris2901 Section Hiker

    Hi folks,
    here´s my kit list for our trip in South-West Germany.Night temps will be around 1-4°C .
    I regard the powerbank and the backpack as overkill,but since my Atom didn´t arrive it´s my best alternative.The MLD Core would have been too small.

    https://lighterpack.com/r/5wdqxk
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  2. Enzo

    Enzo Thru Hiker

    Nice list. Be interested in how you find the poncho. Does the hole leak when used as a ground sheet?
  3. Chris2901

    Chris2901 Section Hiker

    @Enzo I don´t think so.You can close it down using a cord and the hood.
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2018
  4. Jmws

    Jmws Trail Blazer

    Personally I don't think the HMG is overkill as you can always remove the aluminium stays and compress it down further. IMO HMG packs are excellent and extremely versatile... I now have two!!

    Horses for courses I know but you've a very nice kit list here. Look forward to seeing pictures and learning how you find the AS Tucas poncho. I keep putting the blanket and then the quilt in the basket but can't quite decide on what I precisely want in warmth level (167 or 200) ... [...and that is aside from trying to justify yet another quilt]
  5. Chris2901

    Chris2901 Section Hiker

    I used the poncho for an overnighter but had the Sestrals quilt quite a while in use.Since I´m a very warm sleeper (almost as tough as @Dr.Matchbox :whistling::roflmao:)
    I can agree with As Tucas´ temperature rating but a lot of people don´t and regard them as extreme.So it depends...
    I do like the HMG,but would have loved to use my ordered The Atom.
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2018
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  6. Arne L.

    Arne L. Section Hiker

    Have a good one! Hope the weather is on your side.
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  7. Dr.Matchbox

    Dr.Matchbox Hiker

    Wish you a great trip my friend and I will look foreard for some pics. ;)
    And I think I wouldn‘t have warm nights with your setup, but I‘m a wuss as you know. :biggrin:
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  8. PhilHo

    PhilHo Trail Blazer

    Watch out for speed cameras in Luxembourg there is no margin for error. 1km over the speed limit and you get a €45 fine and they send them home in your own language.
  9. Chris2901

    Chris2901 Section Hiker

    I always use public transport in Luxembourg, @PhilHo .The bus network is excellent and the all-day ticket costs 4€ per person,so no need to use the car.I suppose you´re talking from your own experience?:biggrin:

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