What to Bring
How to pack for your adventure
What to Bring to Tonquin Valley Lodge
Be Prepared for Any Weather
Weather in the mountains can be unpredictable, so be prepared.
Clothing & Personal Gear for Your Pack Trip:
Bring a down jacket, hat, gloves, long johns, rain gear, rubber boots, sun glasses and insect repellent. Personal items should be included such as hand towel and soap, camera and film.
Any alcoholic beverages need to be put into plastic containers. NO GLASS.
Please pack your belongings into duffle bags so they can be easily loaded onto and carried by our pack horses. Fishing rods should be packed in protective tubes to avoid damage.
Sweater, gloves, & other warm clothing.
Personal Camping Equipment
headlamp or flashlight
Hand Towel & Soap
Personal Articles(sunglasses, sunscreen, etc.)
Personal Water Bottle
Fishing Gear (pack fishing rods in protective tubes)
Don’t Forget Your Camera!
The scenery is breathtaking & constantly changing so you’ll want to take loads of pictures.
Extra memory cards or film
Extra pre-charged batteries or a battery re-charger pack
Load Limit 25 Pounds Per Rider
Each rider is allowed 25 lbs. of gear. If your gear will be more than 25 lbs., an additional charge of $4 per/lb. will apply.
For those riders who will have extra weight, we ask that you contact us in advance so we can ensure we have the proper number of pack horses ready for the morning of your departure.
Hikers’ Baggage Transportation Service
Hikers baggage may be transported into the lodge for a $3 per/lb. charge. Transportation of gear must coincide with our scheduled horse trips.
Gratituities are customary and appreciated.
Tonquin Valley Backcountry Lodge