Hire for up to five nights. Need longer?
Yes, you could borrow the sleeping bag that Uncle Ted used to take duck-shooting… but modern sleeping bags are compact and so much lighter and warmer. (The PWS Three Capes Track packing list says that a -5° bag is needed; note that this is a lower limit measure – and it’s not actually below freezing all year round here – in spite of what you fear). We offer a mix’n’match assortment:
Bags (all degree rated on the EN13537 scale):
• +5° (lower limit 0°) down bag (great for warm sleepers in summer)
• 0° (l.l. -4°) synthetic bag (sturdy)
• -1° (l.l. -8°) ultra-light down bag (oh so light! oh so small!)
• -8° (l.l. -15°) down bag for those who are really REALLY afraid of the cold, and/or vampires.
• our standard stretchy t-shirt material liner (cuddly)
• a toasty ‘Thermolite Reactor Extreme’ liner which increases sleeping bag performance by a few to several degrees (depending on how warm you sleep)
• a silk/cotton liner (teeny tiny and super light)
Confused? To find out how the temperature rating works, click here. To those for whom too much reading about sleeping bags and liners is never enough (Ian), head for the bottom of the page. Those who care about weight (Gail) can find them in the drop down menus.
NB: If you are taller then 180cm, let us know in the order notes so we can make sure your bag is long enough for you.