Because we sometimes visit some fairly remote places, your clothing will make a big difference to your comfort during the day. I can give you specific advice nearer the time, but as a general guide:
- Warm layers (fleece, jumpers, etc).
- ‘Wicking’ base layers are worth their weight in gold for comfort.
- ‘Soft shell’ or trekking type trousers are a great choice. They’re more flexible, dry far more quickly than jeans and are more windproof.
- Waterproof jacket (and perhaps trousers). This should have a hood and taped seams. Invaluable for keeping the wind off you. Even for summer!
- Hat and gloves.
- Walking boots or shoes.
- Camera if required
- Personal items, depending on season (sunhat, suncream, midge repellant, etc)
More specific advice can be found under each category ( eg: winter skills courses, mountain biking , etc).