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Mystery Ranch Saddle Peak Pack

Mystery Ranch Saddle Peak Pack

[ August 20, 2009 - 7:26pm ]
Saddle Peak Pack
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A small Bozeman company makes a pack built for skiing and hiking Bridger Bowl.

In December 2008, Montana's Bridger Bowl opened Schlasman’s (pronounced Slushman) lift—a new 300-acre expansion that accesses 1,700 feet of steep, agressive terrain. Beacons, shovels, probes, and partners are required and bootpacking is encouraged. Runs like Little Schlasman’s Ravine require a five-minute hike to reach 1,600 vertical feet, starting with an open bowl that narrows into funnel with two mandatory airs. The point is: It’s expert-only terrain and you’ll want a pack to carry all your stuff. Enter Mystery Ranch, a small Bozeman company that makes packs for the military and hunters. Most of their packs are built to carry heavy loads and come with names like the Assault Pack and color options like “Foliage” or “Multicam.” This year, they’ve got a ski pack—inspired by and designed specifically for Bridger’s hike-to ridge and the new Schlasman’s terrain. It carries skis diagonally and, at 1,200 cubic inches, perfectly fits just your shovel and probe. The Saddle Peak pack has other color options, like toxic green and snow white. [$179; mysteryranch.com ]

 

Saddle Peak Pack

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