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Berghaus Extrem Climb
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Berghaus Extrem Climb

 Berghaus Extrem Climb

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Berghaus Extrem Climb

Manufacturer: Berghaus

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Page By: mountainmanmark

Created/Edited: Mar 13, 2008 / Mar 13, 2008

Object ID: 5078

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Product Description

The Berghaus Extreme Climb is a compact 32 litre sac. The sac is lightweight and narrow making it ideal for scrambling and possibly multi-pitch routes. The 32 litres makes it ideal for winter climbing and summer camps. It is compact enough to keep the ascent light and fast, without compromising on space for essential route gear.


32 Litres
Weight 0.9kg
Kinetic back system
External lid zipped pocket
Internal zipped pocket
Side compression straps
Two haul loops
Gear loop attachments supplied but not attached.

General Comments



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Voted 5/5

I have used this sac for a number of years in the UK and European Alps and find it very fit for purpose.
Posted Mar 13, 2008 9:50 am


Hasn't voted

Hi, I have a newbie question... how to I attach a review to a category? Thanks for help in advance :)
Posted Mar 18, 2008 2:07 pm

mountainmanmarkRe: ?

Voted 5/5

Welcome to SummitPost first of all! I assume you mean, how do I create my own gear page and then attach it to the related category, e.g. I created the page for the Extrem Climb and then attached it to the category of Backpacks.

1) Create and submit your gear page
2) Whilst logged into SummitpostGear open your page
3) Click the attach/detach option in the yellow band at the top
4) In the search field enter the name of the category (e.g. Backpacks)
5) Select the relevent parent

The backpacks category will be considered as a parent of yours as your review is a sub set of the category, and so tick the parent option and it will be attached.

You may like to check out the following Summitpost FAQ's Contributing to SummitPost Gear and How does Attach/Detach work?

Hope this helps

Posted Mar 19, 2008 7:15 am

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