Trekking up steep hills is no fun, but the views make it all worth while. In order to get these views I knew I needed to shed as much weight from my pack as possible. Aluminium is not ideal for use over a fire so I opted for titanium. My favourite shop for this stuff is a family run business called http://www.backpackinglight.co.uk/ . They were very helpful over the phone and keep good stock levels so I wasn't left waiting.
Pictured below is my lightweight cookware. MSR Titan Kettle, Coleman F1 Lite stove (smaller then the MSR pocket rocket, and super powerful), Leatherman Wave (multitool that will double up as my pot grabber), Lhoon- or long spoon if you prefer (useful for boil in the bag meals), MSR Blizzard Peg (for use as a trowel as suggested in my iPOOD post).
Pictured above are my titanium tent pegs and ultralight groundsheet from backpackinglight.com, and my Pacific Outdoor oyl lite sleep mat. Don't use the pegs for scale as they are tiny. All of these were chosen for there small pack size.