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About the author
Louis Otis is a keen outdoors enthusiast who enjoys hiking, climbing, and alpinism. He spends a lot of time in the mountains with backpacks on, especially in Southwestern British Columbia and in the Spanish Pyrenees.
How to Choose Among the Top Osprey Backpacks for Trekking
I used the Osprey Aether 70L in the Semaphore Lakes area of British Columbia. It’s our top pick for longer treks, but would be overkill for shorter, weekend jaunts. Looking to choose the right backpack for overnight hikes or treks? I’m here to guide you with my 10+ years of backpacking experience in all kinds …
We're devoted to spending our travel dollars and most importantly time where it counts. We'd rather carry a few things that work well, rather than a large suitcase full of "just-in-case" accessories. We want to hit just a few destinations and really enjoy them, and travel low-carbon wherever possible, rather than take whirlwind tours. And we want to help others who hope to do the same, and really dig into the delights that minimalist travel can provide.
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