Backpacking Kit for beginners | One overnight Hike and WILD CAMP

This is the backpacking kit I currently use packed for one night out in the wild. It may not be the lightest, around 11.5kg, but it suits me at the moment with some new additions on the way. I would be happy to take this out with me on a trip tomorrow.

Also a huge thanks to Paul Messner who shared my video on his channel last week. A link to his channel below:

Kit and weights below:

Osprey Talon 44L Rucksack (1.1kg)
Summit to Eat Meals (217 grams)
Other snacks (200 grams) – estimate
Berghaus Peak 3.1 Tent (1.95kg)
Vango Sennen 250 Sleeping Bag (1.65kg)
Water (1.6kg)
Berghaus Sleeping Mat (650 grams)
Primus 100g Gas (198 grams)
Quechua Fleece Blanket (300 grams)
Berghaus Half Zip Fleece (350 grams) – estimate

Rav Power Bank 10,000mAh (193 grams)
A-Z Adventure Atlas map (100 grams) estimate
Peak District (Dark Peak) A-Z Adventure Atlas
Quechua Long Johns (250 grams) – estimate
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Hat and socks (250 grams) estimate
socks only
Forclaz Merino Wool Top (207 grams)
Vango Folding Gas Stove (200 grams)
Stove Wind shield (200 grams) estimate
Eurohike 1W Aluminium Extendable Lantern & Torch (200 grams)
Eurohike pillow (190 grams)
EuroHike 750ml Water Bottle (150 grams) – estimate
Quechua Stainless Steel 150ml Mug (120 grams)
Osprey Wash Bag (120 grams)
Forclaz Head Torch 400 (99 grams)
Foil insulating mat (75 grams) – estimate
Multimat sit-mat (40 grams)
Toaks Titanium 550ml Cook Pot (62 grams)
LifeSystems First Aid Kit (250 grams)

Wetwipes (100 grams) – estimate
Hand sanitiser (100 grams)
1 x supermarket water bottle supermarket (40 grams)
Sponge (10 grams) – estimate
Forclaz spork (11 grams)
Osprey 20l Drysack (4 grams)
Other: (Toothpaste, toothbrush, ear plugs, lighter, matches) (195 grams) – estimate

Total 11.434kg

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