Ultralight Cold Weather Backpacking (Hammock) Load Out

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Published At : Jan-03-2017

Publisher : Spiguyver Backpacking

Category : Sports

Here is the list of things I carried: ULA CDT Backpack (bladder sleeve removed, thumb handles removed) Dutchware Gear Half-wit Hammock Hammock suspension: (carried in cuben fiber stuff sack) - Dutchware Gear 7' Kevlar Tree Huggers - Anti-gravity Gear Mule Tape Hammock Gear Cuben Fiber Tarp w/Doors Tarp Suspension: (carried in same cuben fiber stuff sack as hammock suspension) - Dutchware Gear Continuous Ridgeline with soft shackles - 6 MSR Groundhog Stakes Hammock Gear Burrow 20 degree top quilt Hammock Gear Incubator 0 degree under quilt Dutchware Gear Argon Pillow Hammock Gear Ridgeline Organizer First Aid/Repair/Batteries/Toilet kit Cook kit: (carried much more than I normally do in this regard) - Batchstovez 10 cm pot - Batchstovez 12 oz pot - MiniBullDesign Choke Hazard remote alcohol stove - DIY mini Fancy Feast alcohol stove - GSI Insulated mug - Gossamer Gear bamboo spoon - DIY cozy Zpacks large cuben fiber roll top food bag Black Diamond Spot headlamp Gerber knife Dutchware Gear Argon pack cover Antigravity Gear Sil Nylon Rain Jacket 3'x3' square of Tyvek Sawyer Mini Water Filter - including a 64 oz and 16 oz squeeze bag Extra clothing: - Mountain Hardware puffy down jacket - Duofold Merino Wool blend thermal underwear - Batchstovez buff - Pearl Izumi balaclava - Smart Wool long socks - Alpaca wool gloves - Camp shoes - Sanuk Flip Flops (if it's really cold I have some Sierra Designs down booties) Luci Emerg solar inflatable light While this is more than I would normally take, especially in terms of cook kit, it was still at 11.5 lbs base weight. With my food, water, fuel and video equipment, I was right at 20 lbs for this trip.



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