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It is very important to us to have the right equipment for our Mongolian trekking trip. The majority of travellers who come to Mongolia to take a Stone Horse outing are well equipped for the trips we undertake here. They will want the right equipment for the Mongolian trekking trip.
As soon as we are contacted and booked, we remain in constant communication with them in order to give them advice on the kind of clothes and gear they need for the journey they are travelling on and for the period of the year they are here. In this sense, I would like to go into a little more detail about the kind of clothes that everyone who travels with us should take into account when planning and packaging a journey to Mongolia.
A lot of you will have your own favourite riding clothes and gear that you are already at ease with, and I would like to urge you to take it with you. Much of the proposed garments and gear are also used by backpack tourists and hikers. It is likely that travellers already have the most clothes and gear for a Stone Horse journey.
But we do have a checklist for clothes and gear, which you can find below and on our website to help you get it covered. Lightness and compactability are important to us. A 20 litre watertight case for clothes and objects that you do not need during the daytime. They will be uploaded to the packing horse.
Also available are panniers and cantlebags ( "behind the saddle") for clothes and objects you need during the workday. Together they form a remarkable place, about the dimensions of a rucksack, but you will still want to keep things for the necessary objects and weight. Just like bulk first, you will want to think about clothes first and what is the most convenient and tough for a whole-days riding or more.
Well-dressed is important not only for your comforts, but also for your security in the hinterland. When you really want to test an item of apparel or equipment, take it on a horseback ride. They are experts at how to find mistakes in everything. To ride you need either good jodhpurs that stretches a little or, what I use, casual trousers like denim that offer a little space to bend down, get in and out and allow a little breathe.
At the beginning of the winter and in the fall you want something that you can wear over long lingerie and still enjoy. Here is an example of breeches for men and woman. If you are camping around the campsite, a second set of light trousers that you will have in after the trip that you will enjoy in around the fire.
You want something convenient for a walk or just to hang around the dining area. I use a long-sleeved long-sleeved top with one or two pockets. There are a number of outdoors apparel manufacturers now producing them in a broad palette of colours, they are light and very well packaged, easy to clean and wipe clean, and they are ultraviolet light and protect you from the sunlight.
Or a sweater top, if you like, but here too you should keep it light and slack. Those are important things, like all the clothes. The SmartWool style socks are good and they come in several sizes or strengths for men and females. If it rains or gets damp from damp gras, take 3 or 4 pairs with you, so you have extra things to change.
There is a choice between a traditional shop or a backpack/trekking shop. A lightweight polyprop or woolen lingerie is well suited for the June holiday and journeys in early spring and fall. They can be found in an indoor shop or on-line. Riding excursions like we do, we will spend a long period of up and down long riversides with wild flowers or the lovely colours of fall.
From a good source, a sport brassiere is a beautiful piece of clothes to make trotting a little more comfy. There are many manufacturers of many colours, designs, with or without hood, etc. You can find them on line, in shops for hiking, backpacks and outdoors in most places.
That' s a special liking, but it makes a big deal when we ride in a cold breeze forholidays. You can also find them in outdoors clothing stores. They are light and easy to store in a bag. This light down or synthetics cardigan is definitely needed from the end of August to October.
There is a great light weight Columbia Sportswear Company coat with the new "thermal convenience Omni-Heat" silvery liner that mirrors the warmth back into the skull. In combination with the polypropro coat, the long lingerie and the waterproof and windproofness it keeps you warm. Others can now make similar articles, so take a look around.
Good windproof and rainproof equipment (jacket and trousers) makes the big deal of staying hot and cold in the elements and can help keep your live. In combination with a polypropylene or lightweight down coat, it is relatively cold. You want something that's a little fluffy and lightweight over your clothes.
Ensure that trousers with zips reach at least half of the outside of your legs. It makes it easy to put on over shoes or high heels. Looking for something light yet fairly stable. Examine out your near outside storage to see what they may have, or look for samples of what is available on-line.
These are some samples of men's waterproof trousers andrain jackets and ladies. They' available in both men's and women's style and the following link will give you an impression of the kind of packaging hat. You may also find something you like in your local stores at a good value for money.
It is also important to have a good cap made of woolen or polypropylene for a cool morning and evening. They are good to carry under your riding gear on cold weather conditions. These can probably be found in most regional open-air or apparel retailers at relatively low cost. You can use a light weight glove pack to keep your palms out of the heat and a pack of bridles all the time.
When you are not used to riding, rubbing the rein can cause one or two blisters. Sleeker in the morning and evening, a light couple of polypropylene mittens are cute to have in your equipment. Poly-pro mittens are good because they keep your hand hot even when it' s damp and quickly dries out.
You will need a set of mittens with some isolation for the fall steps. If you want a shell for your polypropylene or woollen glove or a cheap set of skiing boots, it works really well. The poles have a man-made pole isolation, are wind-proof, light, usually somewhat water-repellent and ensure good warmness.
You want to use something with riding shoes and riding shoes that is convenient both when riding and going. Somethin' a little watertight and light. All you need is a good pair of hiking shoes. Athletes use this to house both riding and going on their 100-mile-rips.
Used in combination with a harness for riding or artificial half caps (gaiters), they work very well for our kind of travels. Wearing what is convenient for you is within your budgets and will not cause you any problems on the journey. You can also use a light shoes pack for the campsite if you want to take off your riding shoes after the trekk.
Depending on whether you want to wear them, runners are perfect for this and can thicken well. When you have a riding hat that you feel good with and can wear a woollen or polypropylene cap underneath for cooler weather, please take it with you. This prevents scrubbing of the calves area during longer journeys and keeps the trousers slightly drier and cleaner from sludge and dirt.
When you buy a couple, make sure it fits over your favorite breeches and shoes/boots. Today headlights are inexpensive and light and only need 2 or 3 AAA-accumulators. You can find them in large indoor stores, on-line or in your own backpackshop. This webmark will give you a good impression of the kind of spotlights there are.
Small, light fold is best suited for riding. It'?s up to you, but keep in mind, we trot along on a horse every single second. The best thing to do while driving is a small, easy-to-use point and shot scan cam with reduced vibrations. You will need 2 or 3 additional battery packs for one riding session.
They can be worn while driving, but keep in mindful that they can be clumsy and fragile. You will need a small pocket for your belongings, as you would use it for any trip. If you can look into a meshbag, it's a good way to get to the things you need quickly. During the July and early August excursions we have a lot of mosquitoes and stinging bugs and stagbugs.
Do you have any queries or ideas about the features? If you have any queries or remarks about the clothes and gear you need to drive with us, please do not hesitate to contact us. The above are just a few hints and samples of what's out there. Our aim is to make sure that our visitors have the necessary conditions for these tours so that you can focus on your horse, the wonderful landscape we are riding through, the kind of person we are meeting and the new and thrilling cultural experience you are undergoing.
Accompany us on a horse tour this year - a true riding experience! Use the checklist below to find out what you are packing and taking with you on our riding tour.