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Mountaineering packs

Defy the elements and reach your peak with mountaineering backpacks built to withstand any challenge you undertake. Packed with features for alpinists and mountaineers, our mountaineering packs are the result of over 50 years’ expertise and innovation. In capacities of 25-50 litres, they offer the perfect balance of weight, stability and reliability.

  1. Marine

    Clean, simple, and very functional, the Peak Ascent 32 is a great value for money summer alpine and cragging pack.

  2. Magnetite

    A great entry level women’s alpine and winter mountaineering pack, the Peak Ascent ND38 is ideal for summer and winter outings.

  3. Carribean Blue

    Clean and lightweight, the Alpine Ascent ND38:48 is the ideal companion on high alpine peaks, winter climbs and summer rock climbs.

  4. Blueprint

    Made to be immersed in the mountains, the Mountain Ascent ND38:48 is ideal for multi-discipline use and hut-to-hut travel.

  5. Haute Red

    A great entry level alpine and winter mountaineering pack, the Peak Ascent 42 is ideal for summer and winter outings.

  6. Onyx

    Made to be immersed in the mountains, the Mountain Ascent 40:50 is ideal for multi-discipline use and hut-to-hut travel.