How to pack for your winter trip

  • How to pack for your winter trip

    Silently, like thoughts that come and go, the snowflakes fall, each one a gem ~ William Hamilton Gibson

    Love snow? A cosy romantic vacation or spine-chilling winter adventure sports, sounds exciting - right? Imagine sipping a hot cup of tea while you gaze upon the snow-covered land. You can see your breath when it’s cold. It’s fun to see the vapour or steam coming out of your mouth when you talk to people! Winter has its own unique beauty and while it stays with us, plan a trip to experience it in the best possible manner.

    Brace yourself and embark on the winter holiday that you truly deserve. Here’s how you can pack smart for your winter trip.

    1. Get a wrap jacket

    Winter wear

    Sweaters are out, jackets are in. From stylish woollen jackets to colourful coats, stay in fashion even when the temperatures drop below zero. To accentuate your style statement, put a lovely pair of jeans and a solid-coloured scarf. Now, you’re ready to conquer the world in style.

    2. Stay warm in thermals

    The most important winter wear is thermals. Worn beneath the clothing, it’ll keep you warm and protect from outside cold. This way, you’ll enjoy the chilly winters. Set yourself free while you indulge in skiing, snowboarding and other snow activities.

    3. Keep your head warm not cool

    Winter cap

    Woollen cap is a must. While you go for your sightseeing tours, it will keep your ears and head protected - you won’t catch cold. You can spot the wildlife through your binoculars without a worry.

    4. Good boots take you to good places


    Pack comfortable boots that will keep your feet warm under extreme weather conditions. Besides lending a smart look, it’ll enable you to walk for hours with ease.

    5. Sock it up

    Woollen socks

    You can’t rely only on your boots. Remember to carry minimum 3 pairs of woollen socks to keep your feet warm. Avoid bulky socks, try buying light-weight woollen socks so that your baggage doesn’t get heavier.

    6. Gloves are always in

    Woollen glovesDon’t forget to add gloves to your packing list. Buy waterproof gloves which are thin and lightweight. They’ll save you from pain and numbness. Other essential things for a winter holiday includes lotion, petroleum jelly and a moisturiser.

    Author : Vijaylaxmi Thakur