Group Test Trekking & Expedition Packs 50-70 Litres
Whether it's a weekend or a month away, rucksacks ranging from 50-70 litres should cover most needs. The 14 models on test here include both smaller lightweight packs and gear guzzling titans.
These are reviews from the UKC editorial team
If you're after wheeled luggage with the knock-about toughness and practicality of a duffel bag, then this a great option, says Dan Bailey. But it's not an off-roader.
Sturdy, comfy and built for big loads, the Altus might not be light but it is likeable says Dan Bailey
It's light, comfy and well featured - but why did this superb climber's pack have to be so dark coloured, asks Toby Archer?
Robust, comfy and a good size for little people, this is a worthwhile investment if you want a child's pack that'll last, says Dan Bailey
Having used this versatile little pack for everything from hillwalking and mountain rock to the daily cycle commute, Toby Archer finds he...
These are annoucements direct from manufacturers
With a simple, progressive design, the Rook and women's specific fit Renn are built for backpacking comfort and fit.
New for this season, Montane have updated their iconic Fast Alpine climbing pack to increase usability and versatility.
With a proven legacy, the new Kestrel, and the women's specific Kyte are rugged, high performance backpacks for long trips.
The Ascent Superlight 30 is the pack of choice for the modern alpinist, the ultimate lightweight backpack for fast and...
More than 50 years ago, Fjӓllrӓven revolutionised the outdoor backpack with the...
Drawing on four decades of knowledge, expertise and innovation, Osprey's Fall 2018 season is Built on...
Build quality, weight-saving and functionality make the Deuter Guide range the pack of choice for mountain guides and mountain...