Used once only, like new. Offered here ahead of eBay.
An excellent pack, just what I was looking for but for one unexpected problem:- those large and very useful hipbelt pockets reduce the length of strap available for tightening the belt. Unfortunately I have a small waist, about 31 inches, and I can't get the hipbelt tight enough. The belt has a couple of elasticated loops whose only purpose is to corral the straps: I slipped those off which gave me another couple of inches, but it still wasn't really tight enough - pretty close but not quite. I used the pack on one trip thinking it might be ok, but it wasn't - now I can't return it.
If your waist is at least 33 inches it will be fine, maybe 34 if you like your belt really tight.
A short 2-day circuit of the north eastern sector of the Arenigs, a compact group of hills north of Bala whose luminary Foel Goch just breaks the 2000' contour.
Weatherwise this was the first decent couple of days for weeks following the wettest June and July on record, it was also a weekend at the start of the holiday season: even the relatively little trodden areas would be suspect now. Time to peruse the map and seek out a really forsaken corner of Wales that hardly ever sees visitors, and this isolated group containing a few unclimbed Dewey 500m tops was ideal. A simple flexible route plan was quickly devized beginning at the small village of Llanfor, and our expectations were fulfilled: the whole area was totally deserted.
The first day was quite dull and the poor light drained the landscape of contrast, but the clarity improved greatly overnight and the dawn skies all around at the tent pitch were superb.