What to take when you go tramping

This list is a generic items that I frequently bring on a tramp in New Zealand. As a caveat this list is very – if not overly – comprehensive, make sure you bring only what you need otherwise your pack will be too heavy.

Clothes:
– waterproof jacket
– fleece jumper
– long john top and bottoms (at least 1 pair a day)
– tshirts
– shorts
– thick woolen socks
– waterproof pants
– scarf
– gloves
– woolen gloves for back at the hut
– beanie
– polypro sleeve for face
– 1 pair of undies per day
– hat
– sandals for wearing inside the hut
– towel
Tramping items:
– maps, compass, waterproof protector
– waterbottle or camel pack (hardy)
– boots
– gaiters
Other Items:
– plastic bags for dirty clothes
– toilet paper
– spare paper
– cards (500 pack)
– head torch with new batteries
– sunglasses
– sleeping bag and inner bag
– pillow (inflatable one)
– Sleeping mat
– Speaker and cable (charge before you go)
– iphone and headphones
– wallet and cellphone and money
– pen and notepad
– camera
– books
– tramping booking tickets
– toilet paper
– little bit of alcohol (maybe)
– cello tape for tent fixes and other things
– a hat
Cooking equipment:
– pots, pans
– plate, bowl, cup, knife, fork, spoon
– pegs
– cooker [repair kit, pipes]
– Bottle of meths
– matches
– salt and pepper, sugar, milo, coffee, tea, milk powder
– knife, wooden spoon, whisk
– dish washing liquid and brush
Toiletries:
– insect repellent
– tooth brush and tooth paste
– deodorant
– shampoo and soap
– sunscreen
– lubricant for the feet (e.g. vasalene)
– plasters for blisters
– lip balm for cracked lips
Spare clothes for when you get back to the car:
– jumper
– spare undies
– pants and belt
– shirts
– socks and shoes
– swim wear, towel