Yes, it’s important to be prepared in the coldest and most remote landscape in the world. But unless you’re a research scientist, you’re going to Antarctica during the austral summer, December through early March (which is, of course, winter in the northern hemisphere). On the Antarctic Peninsula, the temperature averages in the thirties (Fahrenheit). Chances are you’ll be glad you brought your sunscreen. So, what should you really pack when you’re headed to Antarctica?