During the ongoing crisis the health and safety of our staff and customers is our highest priority, and we are following government guidelines to ensure we can stay safe while continuing to operate. As we work with a range of emergency services, we are currently prioritising their supply to ensure front-line workers have the equipment they need to operate effectively. So although we remain open, this may mean you experience a slight delay in our usual service - we will process your order as soon as possible and we hope you agree that ESS orders should be prioritised to help in the fight against coronavirus. We are still available at sales@keela.co.uk if you need assistance, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your ongoing support – and please, stay safe!



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Packing Guide

You only remember you have forgotten things when it is to late which is why Keela has put together a kit list for you as a basic guide to what you should bring.

The following list should be marked out only as a guide.


Winter/Cold conditions may require extra equipment such as crampons and/or ice axes.

Before you set out you should CHECK THE WEATHER.


• Waterproof / windproof outer layer (this should include trousers) DO NOT TAKE JEANS WITH YOU!!!

• Warm insulating mid and base layers • Suitable footwear

• Suitable socks

• Map, compass and watch

• Matches, Torch / headtorch and whistle

• Spare batteries

• Basic first aid kit

• Adequate food and drink (flask of hot drink in cold weather)

• Rucksack to carry it in

• Hat / balaclava and gloves

• Spare warm clothes (extra layers for very cold conditions or emergencies)

• Survival bag or lightweight bivvy shelter for group use

• High energy emergency food - only intended for use in an emergency

• Plastic bags to keep equipment dry

• Mobile / cellular phone (recommended although should not be depended on)

• Walking poles

• GPS receiver and spare batteries

• Camera


Depending on the season and the activity, the following may also be required:-

• Helmet - advisable for some routes

• Gaiters

• Insect repellent (anti midge) especially in Scotland

• Good sunglasses / alpine goggles

• Sunblock / sunhat

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