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Itinerary:
When: ____________________________________
Day: ________________________________
Date: _____________________________________
Where: ____________________________________
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Directions:__________________________________
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Tip:  Leave a copy of your itinerary with a family
member or friend in the event of an emergency.

Kitchen:
aluminum foil
bowls
cups/mugs
dish towel
ice
*Tip; Freeze water bottles for ice....
ice chest
matches
paper plates
paper towels
plastic utensils (forks, spoons, knives)
propane/fuel
soap
sponge/scrubber
storage containers
stove
trash bags
Ziplock bags

Condiments:
butter
ketchup
mayonnaise
mustard
salt &pepper
seasonings

Cooking Utensils:
bottle opener/cork screw
can opener
coffee pot
measuring cup
large serving spoon
knife
pot holder
pots & pans
spatchula
tongs

Food:
bread
cheese
fruit
vegetables
meat
snacks

Drinks:
alcoholic beverages
hot chocolate
juice
milk
soda/pop
tea - coffee
water

Basics:
backpack/day pack/fanny pack
batteries/bulbs
canteen
compass
flashlight
hiking/camp guides
identification
lantern
lounge chair
maps
money
pocket knife
radio
rope
sport gear
tarp
torches
water jugs
whistle

Sleeping:
blankets
mallet/hammer
mats/air mattress (air pump)
pillow
poles/stakes
rain fly/tent topper
sleeping bag
tarp
tent
whisk broom

Fire:
axe
bucket
kindling
matches
newspaper
shovel
firewood

Clothing:
gloves/mittens
hat/visor
jeans
shoes ( hiking boots, sneakers & sandals)
shorts
socks (both heavy duty & thin)
sweat pants & sweat shirt
sweater - jacket
swimsuit
T-shirts
thermal underwear
underwear

Personal:
Chapstick/ lip balm
first aid kit
insect repellent
sewing kit
soap
sunglasses
sunscreen
tissues
toilet paper
toothbrush
towel
washcloth/ wet wipes
Quick Tips for Responsible Four Wheeling
Below are some quick tips on four-wheeling responsibly in the great outdoors.  

  • Travel responsibly on designated roads and trails or in permitted areas.
  • Travel only in areas open to four-wheel drive vehicles.
  • Maintain a reasonable distance between vehicles.
  • Comply with all signs and barriers.
  • Choose the appropriate winch for your vehicle size.
  • Respect the rights of others including private property owners and all recreational trail
    users, campers and others to allow them to enjoy their recreational activities undisturbed.
  • Be considerate of others on the road or trail.
  • Leave gates as you find them.
  • If crossing private property, be sure to ask permission from the landowner(s).
  • Make a realistic plan, and stick to it. Always tell someone of your travel plans.
  • Contact the land manager for area restrictions, closures, and permit requirements.
  • Prepare for the unexpected by packing necessary emergency items.
  • Make sure your vehicle is mechanically up to task. Be prepared with tools, supplies,
    spares, and a spill kit for trailside repairs.
  • Avoid disturbing historical, archeological, and paleontological sites.
  • Avoid “spooking” livestock and wildlife you encounter and keep your distance.
  • Motorized and mechanized vehicles are not allowed in areas designated Wilderness.
  • Do your part by leaving the area better than you found it, properly disposing of waste,
    minimizing the use of fire, avoiding the spread of invasive species, restoring degraded
    areas, and joining a local enthusiast organization.
  • Carry a trash bag on your vehicle and pick up litter left by others.
  • Pack out what you pack in.
  • Observe proper sanitary waste disposal or pack your waste out.
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