Alpine Backpacks Cottonwood AZ

While climbing, most people will only take along the essentials, which includes their climbing gear, food, and water. This is where an alpine pack is useful! Please read on for more detailed information in the following article.

Page Springs Vineyard & Cellars
(928) 639-3004
1500 N Page Springs
Cornville, AZ
 
Agave of Sedona
(928) 301-6640
1146 W State Route 89A
Sedona, AZ
 
Oak Creek Country Club
(928) 284-1660
690 Bell Rock
Sedona, AZ
 
Tlaquepaque Arts & Crafts Village
(928) 282-4838
336 State Route 179
Sedona, AZ
 
Sedona Rouge Hotel & Spa
(928) 203-4111
2250 W State Route
Sedona, AZ
 
Verde Canyon Railroad
(623) 374-3185
300 N. Broadway
Clarkdale, AZ
 
L'Auberge de Sedona Resort
(928) 282-1661
301 L'Auberge
Sedona, AZ
 
Sedona Heritage Museum
(928) 282-7038
735 Jordan
Sedona, AZ
 
Sunset Chateau of Sedona LLC
(928) 282-2644
665 S Sunset
Sedona, AZ
 
Cathedral Rock Lodge & Retreat Center
(928) 282-7608
61 W Los Amigos
Sedona, AZ
 

Alpine Backpacks

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Alpine Backpacks

Designed for all of your mountaineering cargo

If you’ve ever done any mountain climbing or ice climbing, you probably found out pretty quickly that a regular backpack just doesn’t cut it when it comes to hauling your gear vertically up the side of a mountain. While climbing, most people will only take along the essentials, which includes their climbing gear, food, and water. This is where an alpine pack is useful.

Alpine packs are made to be sleek, light and easy to carry, instead of being built for comfort. You need to find an alpine pack that will let you move quickly and won’t restrict your climbing movements in any way. The heavier the backpack is; the bigger the load usually is and that translates into a slower climb.

Alpine packs are made to keep the load close to your back and properly and evenly balanced. Many packs will also let you haul them by rope when you have to take the pack off to climb. This means most alpine packs are abrasion resistant and have few loops and straps that could get caught or snagged on the terrain. However, an alpine pack should come with essential, exterior attachment points that allow you to safely carry an ice axe, crampons, skis, wands, and rope, etc.

It's a good idea to try and learn the differences about the various types of backpacks and make sure you get one that is designed for your needs.

Like most other types of backpacks, alpine packs are available in a wide variety of materials, designs, sizes, weights and colors.

Most alpine packs are made out of lightweight fabrics - such as nylon and polyester - and most of the materials are coated to be water resistant. These backpacks usually don’t come with many storage pockets, but you need to make sure that you can easily and quickly get into the pack to retrieve your essentials.

Most alpine packs are also compatible with internal bladder hydration systems that allow you to suck water through a tube while climbing. Some bags wi...

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