Packing for trips is almost a science: Deciding what to bring and what not to bring can be harder than trying to find a cab on a rainy day. Planners prefer to pack more than they may need, rationalizing that their mood (and thus their desire to wear a specific clothing item) may change once in their destination. A solution for such overpacking problems is the Capsule method, a strategy designed by Wendy Mak who wrote a book on the subject, The Capsule Wardrobe: 1,000 Outfits From 30 Pieces.
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Not every trip is for pleasure. Some travelers make business-related journeys and need to keep appropriate attire on hand, while some just want to have a shirt and tie for just-in-case situations. Clothes get wrinkled or dirty and, although there are usually amenities for cleaning and drying clothing, this is not always guaranteed.
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Despite your preferred style of packing — whether you create a list days before or wait until the last minute — packing for an adventure trip requires a bit more planning than a normal vacation. The activities you decide to participate in will largely dictate what you should and should not include in your getaway bag or backpack. Here are a few tips to keep in mind when prepping for your next adventurous travel experience.