Dont't expect too much from the "sleeping pad", as…
Size: 35 liters
Number of Pockets: 1 main (+3 mesh)
Max. Load Carried: ???
Height of Owner: 1,55m
Price Paid: +/- $90
Dont't expect too much from the "sleeping pad", as it is in the back of your sack. To transfer (all) the weight on your hips, you can place a hard piece of plastic between the pad and the sack.
It's a great daypack and I'm also planning to take it with me on a 5-day trip, on which I'm also doing things like ATB, canoeing, climbing, etc. But because I don't have to take care of water and bread, I expect the sack to be big enough.
I also like the hipbelt pockets, because they are easy accessible, e.g. for a cell phone, power bars, etc.
It also specially fits a 2-liter watersack with drinking tube.
A great pack/sack for (almost) everything!!!