Just for fun I tried to translate my pack list to English. Perhaps you can compare it to your own. This one works fine for me when I go to the mountains. I've added a few comment down below.
I wear: Aussie cowboy hat
Wool bra and panties (if cold weather also long wool underwear top and bottom. If not wearing it, it's stored in my sleeping bag)
Cotton shirt(long sleeves)
Belt, with my knife and multitool
I pack: Turtleneck wool sweater (easy accessible if not wearing it)
Balaclava (helmet liner)
A spare pair of socks ( stored inside my sleeping bag and only worn in camp and when sleeping)
Pack scale, small
Mapcase (all three items on my inner pocket or inside the shirt).
Matches (in small waterproof box)
Foldable cup (in my pocket for easy access when I pas a creek or river)
Small 1 liter coffeepot (for all cooking)
Small alcohol stove, (Zen stove) and fuel
Insect repellent (in my pocket or easy accessible)
Sun block (small bottle ot tube)
Wallet (containing: driving license, address and name/phone number of a close relative in case of emergency, a note of my blood type and that I’m not allergic to anything).
Mini first aid kit (also containing a few painkiller tablets and wet tissues)
Cell phone (full charged, off and only for emergency calls)
Duct tape/Scotch, 2 needles and thread (suitable for sewing in leather)
Drybag containing 3 instant meals a day (and for 1 day longer than I plan to stay) instant coffee, salt, and a small bag of sweets, chocolate or nuts.
For amusement: Telescope fish rod and gear, bait, paperback book, playing cards, yatzy game, notebook, pen and camera. (I alter what I bring from time to time).
For the horse: Rope halter, leadrope hobbles, spare boot, sponge (to clean a sweaty or dirty horse) ,portable corral (in the mountains there’s no place to put up a highline).
This is my basic list. You’ll notice that I didn’t mention toilet paper. I don’t bring it, I use what’s available in nature, like leaves, mash or moss. (I do however bring a tiny amount of wet tissues if necessary).
I also use mash, moss or sand to clean the coffeepot and spoon, I don’t bring soap for anything at all and I can wash my hair when I get home.
I do not necessarily bring an alcohol stove and fuel either, it is allowed by law to lit a fire in the mountains in Norway when not being in a wooden area. A mountain campfire is never big either, you only have access to small twigs or branches.
I always do bring a tent and never sleep in a tarp only because of the amount of bugs in the mountains, insect repellent or not!
Water filter is not necessary in Norway, the rivers and creeks are clean and pure to drink from and there are usually so many of them that there’s no need to carry extra water in the mountains. That’s why I keep my foldable cup in my pocket so it’s easy to access when I come to a creek. But, it’s important to remember to stop and drink a lot of water.
I use my multitool to clean the horse’s hoofs.
Don't fence me in