Have an avid hiker on your holiday gift list this year? Check this out! I love reading gift guides, so I finally decided to make my own!
- Big Agnes 15 Degree Down Sleeping Bag – this sleeping bag looks perfect for cold weather camping and should definitely keep you warm and cozy in your tent.
- LAMO Footwear Suede Sheepskin Fleece Lining Slippers – there’s nothing like slipping your feet into warm fuzzy slippers for the drive home after a winter hike.
- Pistil Clara Visor Beanie – I have a beanie very similar to this one and I love it
- Adventure Medical Emergency Bivvy – keeping one of these bivvys in your hiking pack is a must for anyone hiking in the high peaks. I got one as a gift a few years back!
- Mountain Landscape Necklace – Etsy is a great place to find unique jewelry for that hiking lady in your life. *coughcough*
- Adirondack Peaks Plaque Burl – With a customizable summit marker, this would make a great gift for someone finishing the 46!
- Sea to Summit DryLite Antibacterial Towel – these towels are amazing for camping. They pack down small and are super absorbent and dry quickly!
- Stanley Adventure Stainless Steel Food Jar – these are great for keeping food hot! Enjoying a hot meal on a cold summit definitely warms the soul.
- Moutain Hardware Snowpass Scarf – fleece infinity scarf. Enough said!
- REI Revel Cloud Vest – an extra layer of insulation in the high peaks is always a good idea.
- Jetboil MinMo Cooking System – a stove is a must for winter hiking and year-round backpacking. I have a jetboil and it is amazing–it boils water in a flash.
- Smartwool PhD Outdoor Mountaineer Socks – every hiker loves getting a good pair of wool socks, just sayin’.
- Marmot Fuzzy Wuzzy Glove – keeping hands warm is key during a cold hike–these gloves look like they’d do the job.
Note: I’m not affiliated with any of the above companies, but I have purchased many similar items and highly recommend them.