You never want to set out on a backcountry ski tour without bringing all the gear you might need, especially not when you're hitting multiple peaks or lines in the same day. Perfectly sized for day-long excursions and outfitted with all the storage features you need for backcountry gear, the Mystery Ranch Gallatin Peak 40L Backpack will be a trusty partner for you in snowy mountains. As with any good backcountry pack, it's got a quick-access snow-tool pocket that'll keep your avalanche safety tools within easy reach in case of a slide, as well as convenient back-panel access that lets you access gear while your skis are loaded up and obstructing the top entry point. Skis and snowboards can be carried easily when you're bootpacking your way up steep summit slopes, and there's even a special reinforced front panel that mimics the path of your diagonal ski carry to prevent wear and tear from sharp ski edges. This pack is also hydration-reservoir compatible, so when you're huffing it up the skin track water will never be too far away. Tack on a supportive waistbelt, a telescoping shoulder yoke, a high-density frame sheet, and load-cinching compression straps, and you'll have no problem carrying everything but the kitchen sink up and down powdery peaks.
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