Regarding COVID-19: Please recreate responsibly and practice social distancing. Closures and travel restrictions are changing rapidly, always check and respect local regulations.

Pursuit Suggested Pack List

What to bring to our 2018 New York & California events.

Please note that the venues are in mountain environments at higher elevations, so you'll want to pack accordingly. 

Clothing Considerations

• Warm hat and light gloves for possible chilly evenings

• A down jacket or warm fleece for evenings and mornings

• Rain jacket, pant and hat for possible afternoon mountain showers.

• Closed toed shoes for classes

• Comfortable shoes or sandals for around camp and the village

• Sun hat

• Sunglasses

• Bandana

• Water shoes or sandals (if taking a paddling class)

• Bathing suit for paddling classes

• Warm clothes for evening or chilly mornings

• Proper clothing for your activities and weather

Camping Gear Considerations

• Tent with rainfly

• Sleeping bag

• Sleeping pad

• Tent light

• Pillow

• Ear plugs


Personal Items Considerations

• Day pack to carry spare clothing, rain gear, water, snacks and any other essentials during your classes

• Waterproof stuff sack to keep extra layers and items dry inside your pack

• There may be yellow jackets and bees in the area, if you have allergies please plan accordingly

Headlamp with spare batteries

• Sunscreen

• Insect repellent (ticks, mosquitoes, and black flies can be found in this area)

• Toiletries

• Snacks, especially for those with strict dietary restrictions or preferences

• Towel (there is a shower trailer)

• 2-3 liter hydration pack for while being out on activities

• 1 liter water bottle for around camp and village

• Small personal first aid kit

• Camera



Please be aware of the potential of wandering animals just looking for food. Here are some tips to bear and critter proof your tent for your safety and prevention of loss or damage of personal gear.

• Do not leave any food in your tent

• Do not leave any toiletry products including toothpaste, chapstick, deodorants, etc… in your tent.

These products will smell sweet to bears and will mistake it for food. All food and personal products must be securely put away in your car when you are NOT in your tent.


We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

Pursuit Series

The Outbound's summer camp for grown-ups who love the outdoors! Get after it during the day, and enjoy delicious food, happy hours, fire pits, and live music every night! All expert instruction and gear are included.