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Minimum When Hiking With WTA
Plenty of Water
Avoid drinking boxes since they cannot be re-sealed if you do not finish them or want to save some for later
Hat, Visor, and/or Sunglasses
Sunscreen (which should be at least SPF 15 & applied 30 min ahead to be effective)
Dress Appropriately for Weather
Sneakers for Easy Hikes or Broken-In/Waterproofed Hiking Boots for All Other Hikes
Wool or Synthetic Socks
Cross-Country Ski Equipment (Snow dependent)
Waskahegan Guide Book
First Aid Kit (Bandages, Antibiotic Ointment, Tweezers, Bee Sting Kit)
Extra Snacks or Packed Lunch
Plastic/garbage bag to carry out garbage
Plastic bags to wrap muddy books in when back at the car
Toilet paper (plus a plastic bag to carry it out)
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