The Deuter Trans Alpine 30 Backpack
The Deuter Trans Alpine 30 Backpack has been kind to me lately. I have been testing it out with trips out hiking with my dog. Who sometimes needs more stuff for our hike than me. This backpack enables me to keep my stuff separated from hers if I need to (aka mud) and still leaves me plenty of extra room. It even has the just right pocket to put my KIND bars in so they don’t break. Those are my adventure bars of choice right now.
Take a look at the photo, my pup is not very in modeling especially when she knows I am packing up the Deuter Trans Alpine 30 Backpack for a trip to either Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary where “we” volunteer or on a hike through the park. That look on her face is her watching the door to make sure no one leaves without her.
So we know what the dog thinks about the Deuter Trans Alpine 30 Backpack, but what about her mom “me”? Mom is grateful for it too. This is the most well made backpack I have ever used for any of my adventures. I am taking it next to Quebec for some hiking while there may still be some snow on the ground. Since we are on the fringe season right now, I have to be prepared for all of the elements that may come at me. This backpack gives me plenty of room to pack like I have a steamer trunk for a day of hiking!
Now that I have my new backpack checked out and a little broken in, I need to start planning the next adventure with it. Just today I was checking out a travel company called Wild Women Expeditions. They have a Newfoundland Wild Yoga Retreat coming up this year. I think this backpack would foot the bill for lots of Wild Women Expeditions!
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received Deuter Trans Alpine 30 Backpack for free from Tahoe Mountain Sports as coordinated by Deep Creek Public Relations.