Karrimor Wildcat 65 Backpack

>> Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Karrimor Wildcat 65 Backpack
Karrimor code: 793085

The Karrimor Wildcat 65 Backpack offers a large amount of space for storage, featuring a main compartment and internal divider coupled with pockets to the lid, base and sides. This Karrimor rucksack is hydration system compatible and benefits from the wind tunnel back system for improved air circulation.

Hydration System Compatible
Hydration System Compatible

Karrimor Features:
> Rucksack
> Main compartment and internal divider


> Base pocket with access to the main compartment
> 2 mesh wand pockets
> Lid pocket
> Padded mesh back and hip belt
> Wind tunnel back system
> Shock cord carrying system
> Side compression and chest straps
> Key clip and walking pole attachment points
> Hydration system compatible
> Grab handle and adjustable shoulder straps
> Capacity: 65L
> Back length: 59cm




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Karrimor Lynx 40-50 Backpack

>> Tuesday, February 25, 2014


Karrimor Lynx 40-50 Backpack
Karrimor code: 792158

Tackle the great outdoors with the Karrimor Lynx 40 50 Backpack, featuring a large main compartment with a zip side for easy access and multiple pockets offering a vast amount of storage space. This Karrimor rucksack also benefits from hydration system compatibility, an integrated rain cover and the SA2 back system to give added support during your trek.



Hydration System Compatible
Rain Cover Included
Rain Cover Included. Perfect for all weather backpacking.

Karrimor SA Back System
Size Adjustable (SA) back system allowing a more comfortable and supportive fit with an easy adjustment to correctly distribute the weight of the pack across your back and reduce muscle fatigue.
> Ladies rucksack
> Main compartment with internal divider
> 2 lid pockets
> 2 front zip pockets
> 2 side zip pockets
> 2 wand pockets
> Base, side and rope compression straps
> 2 mesh wand pockets
> SA2 back system
> Hydration system compatible
> Integrated rain cover
> Side zip access to main compartment
> Padded hip belt and shoulder straps
> Karrimor logos
> Capacity: 50L
> H71 x W34 x D20cm
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Karrimor Caracal 45-55 Backpack

>> Monday, February 24, 2014

Karrimor Caracal 45-55 Backpack
Karrimor code: 793072

The Karrimor Caracal 45-55 Backpack is an excellent choice for the outdoors with a main compartment and pockets to the lid and front for storage. This Karrimor rucksack includes an SA2 back system for added support, an integrated rain cover, and hydration system compatibility.
Hydration System Compatible
Hydration System Compatible
Rain Cover Included
Rain Cover Included. perfect for all weather backpacking.

SA Back System
Size Adjustable (SA) backsystem allowing a more comfortable and supportive fit with an easy adjustment to correctly distribute the weight of the pack across your back and reduce muscle fatigue.

Karrimor Features:
> Rucksack
> Main compartment and internal divider
> Internal compression straps and side access
> 3 zip pockets
> Front zip pocket with access to main compartment
> 2 lid pockets
> 2 mesh wand pockets
> SA2 back system
> Hydration system compatible
> Side compression and base load straps
> Lid bungee and rope straps
> Ice axe and walking pole attachment
> Integrated rain cover
> Grab handle and adjustable shoulder straps
> Capacity: 55L
> Approx weight: 2150
> Back height: 51cm




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Trekking in Bali

>> Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Trekking in Bali

Some places you simply can't take a bike.... like a volcano. Bali's ancient and rugged landscape is well represented by Danau Batur, also known as Gunung Batur. The volcanic cones of Gunung Batur are located in mas

sive bowl-shaped calderas. The majestic Gunung Batur rises to a towering 1,717 metres, and remains one of Bali's natural wonders.

Best viewed in the early morning at sunrise, Gunung Agung Bali's highest and most revered mountain, is the island's ultimate trekking challenge. It is not difficult to climb, but you need a reasonable level of fitness. Start really early - a few hours before sunrise. You'll need a guide to take you up in the dark. The locals are well used to starting at 3am so don't worry. They'll show you a trick or two about avoiding loose shale under your feet, and even demonstrate how to boil an egg on the hot rocks!

Some of the locals (obviously triathlon candidates) will climb ahead of you (actually they whizz past) just to have a coke or water ready when you reach the top. They've made the effort to climb, so don't begrudge the slightly higher price for a drink! After all, how many people can say they sat on a volcano at sunrise and were waited upon?

Do remember to report to the police station at Selat before start off on your excursion, and drop by again on your return. A guide is necessary, and one can be pre-arranged in Selat or Muncan by just asking around the markets, or by contacting the Selat police station.



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Bali Cycling Tours

Bali Cycling Tours

A perfec wayto see the countryside - these "gentle adventures" offer a ride through rainforest, ricefields and t

he Bali backwaters with a few climbs up one or two hills!

Local guides will give you an insight into Balinese rural life, customs and religion, en route. An excellent way to quietly slip into the Balinese lifestyle.





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