Winter Packing List

Warm boots (preferably insulated with felt liners with extra felt insole for
double felt at bottom; boots should have waterproof bottom and breathable top)
Wool or fleece shirts (at least two, preferably three, that can be worn in
layers; do not bring cotton shirts, if you want a T-shirt, get a polyester
one if you can, as they dry out so much faster; cotton will get wet from
your sweat and never dry out)
Wool pants or insulated snow pants (two pair; do not bring cotton pants;
cotton will get wet from your sweat and never dry out)
Long poly or wool underwear, top and bottom (at least one pair that you wear the whole trip, preferably a second pair)
Wool or other warm socks (at least two pair)
Warm parka that fits over layered clothing
Rain jacket & pants (that fit over parka; it can rain in the winter!)
Wool stocking cap
Warm mittens (two pair)
Wool or fleece covering for face (scarf, neck warmer, or balaclava)
Ski goggles (optional, but a good idea in case there is blowing snow)
Undershorts & undershirts (your choice on whether, and what number; these can be cotton)

Duffle bag (into which all your gear, including sleeping bag and pad, fit;
internal frame pack will work, but not external frame)
Winter sleeping bag in stuff sack (bag needs to be rated at least 0F,
preferably -15F; if you only have the typical three-season 20F bag, then you will need to either borrow a winter bag or put two 20F bags together, one inside the other, e.g., a mummy 20F inside a barrel/rectangular 20F, or two mummy 20F with one left unzipped and arranged over the top of the other bag; it could easily get down to -10F at night, and so you need a warm winter bag)
Full length foam sleeping pad (full length is necessary as you are relying
on it for insulation from the snow, unless you are very short and completely fit on a 2/3rd model)
Headlamp (spare batteries. Flashlight ok, but headlamp better! $10 bucks)
Water bottles (two 1 liter bottles, wide mouthed to avoid freeze up; good
idea to bring a wool sock to hold bottle as insulation)
Eating bowl, drinking cup, spoon & fork (a.k.a mess kit. Troop 83 no longer uses disposable cups, etc.)
Personal first aid kit (e.g., in  zip lock bag) containing:  moleskin, duct
tape, bandaids, ibuprofen or other pain relieving pills, sunscreen
(optional), chapstick (optional)
Emergency gear kit (e.g., in zip lock bag) containing:  nylon cord (25 ft.
of 1/8 to 3/16"), matches in waterproof container, pocket knife, compass,
whistle, paper, pencil, garbage bags (2), one large enough to cover your
duffel bag
Toilet articles (your choice)
Map of area (to be supplied)
Sunglasses (optional, but a good idea if there if bright sun)