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Often some hiking hobbyists ignore the right way of packing supplies, they carelessly put items into backpacks causing food supplies to be destroyed, survival equipment damaged even the most fatal event is that portable stove tubes leak due to being hit from above.

The advantage of packing properly is that supplies are not damaged, easily taken if needed, and facilitates movement. The first thing to consider before packing is to make a list of items to be taken, sort items and put them in plastic bags.

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Everyone's comfort may vary and there is no definite formula in packing, but most hiking hobbyists have a similar order of packing. Correct packing includes distributing the load evenly. So how is the order of packing correct? The following tips:

Slepping bag and clothes at bottom

Slepping bag and clothes at the lowest position where the bottom of the backpack rests directly on the waist. Soft items will make the waist not hurt. Slepping bag and clothes are also used most recently after setting up a tent.

Food and cooking utensils in middle

Food and cooking equipment with a medium load is placed in the middle and should be on the outer side that does not come into direct contact with the back.

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Drinking water at top

The water at the top aims to be easier to reach while traveling. Generally water becomes the main burden of the list of items carried, placing water at the top will distribute the load evenly to all parts.

Raincoat and flashlight in the top cover pocket

Placing a raincoat and flashlight on the cover will be easy to reach if at any time it comes rain, storm and emergency.

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Fuel in the outer pocket

Generally backpacks have a design of two pockets on the right side and the left side on the outside. Fuel is at risk of leaking and spilling. An outside pocket can be used to carry fuel, while other to carry drinks.

Bring a small daypack

Smaller bags to carry items needed for summit attacks and are useful for balancing loads to cross horizontal tracks.

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