I intend to explore the John Muir trail this coming summer. The trip will take about two months in all, as I expect to hike as much of the trail as I can. I am already preparing for the hike. My training consists of 2 hours of weight lifting every day, as well as light running – about 2-3 miles – every 3 days. I am eating a good deal of of nutrient rich foods and making sure I get about 130 – 150 grams of protein per day. However the athletic aspects of the event aren’t my exclusive concerns.
The adventure will be costly. I am guessing that I will need several thousands of dollars by the time the event is concluded. With Christmas coming, my family is contributing to help with the costs.. There are many things I need for my adventure, including a large backpack that can also be a travel backpack, hiking boots, socks, rope, medical kit, and other things. The most important of these things is a large backpack that can double as a travel rucksack.
The large backpack I need should have a hydration system and couple large pockets – one for soiled clothes, and the second for clean clothes. The large backpack should also have a hydration system and a separate compartment for provisions. The large backpack should be made of enduring fabric, and it must be weather resistant. I am hoping the large backpack will come with a rain cover also. Several pockets would be helpful to keep my maps, cell phone and other basics.
The large backpack must also serve as a travel rucksack, I do not require it to open as a suit case would, as many travel backpacks do. Rather, I just require it to withstand the punishment levied by baggage handlers at the airport. The travel backpack should also be thin enough to fit in the overhead luggage compartments of airplanes or buses, as I will be traveling on both for this trip.
High Sierra Rucksacks offer some of the best travel rucksacks on the market now, and there are many High Sierra rucksacks that will suit my requirements. High Sierra backpacks are very long-lasting, offer multiple compartments and are typically priced within reason as well. The High Sierra backpacks I prefer are the Sentinel 65 Internal Frame Rucksack and the Appalachian 75 Internal Frame Pack. The large backpacks are ideal for my experience.
While there are other High Sierra Rucksacks worth trying, these particular High Sierra Backpacks offer the best benefit for the money, in my estimation.
The Sentinel 65 provides these options:
? 65-liter, top-loading primary pocket
? Front loading sleeping bag pocket with divider
? Hinged front pocket
? Internal hydration reservoir sleeve and dual exit ports for the hydration tubes
? Detachable media pouch
? Two mesh pockets for water bottles
? Alterable side and bottom compression straps to tightly hold gear
? Rain cover
The Appalachian 75 provides these options:
? 75-liter, top loading primary pocket
? Changeable dual contoured aluminum frame bar
? Molded back panel with airflow, soft lashing hardware
? Adjustable sternum strap for pack stability
? Drop bottom sleeping bag pocket with seperator
? Hydration compatible reservoir sleeve
? Dimensions 34 x 14.25 x 10.25-Inch
Both High Sierra backpacks are large backpacks that will serve well as travel backpacks.
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