Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Vermont and SoCal
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Congrats on going to hakkoda, its a dream of mine.
What you are doing is all side country and close to roads and lifts, you really only need a small pack for extra layers, and water etc. You want vertical board carry but those boards on your back get real heavy after a few runs trust me and the board has a habbit of banging into your leg with every step.
There is an art to packing your snowshoes and poles into the bag when you are riding too so make sure you work out how you are going to do it before you hit the mountain. Also 3 piece poles are the go
Thanks ETM. I was thinking the same - a small/medium sized bag would likely be fine?
Curious why Vertical board carry is preferred to horizontal? I was just thinking horizontal carry would be easier as it avoids hitting the board with your legs. Problem is, I'm finding not many boards do horizontal board carry.
2012 Ride Highlife 161
2013 Ride Slackcountry 164