Mile High Mountaineering

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Fifty-Two 80

rated 5 of 5 stars I just bought this pack and it has everything I need and more for a 12-day outing. I'm packing with 11 Scouts at Philmont Scout Ranch in N.M. We are hiking over 70 miles. This pack is light weight and will allow me to carry someone elses gear if they go down. This pack is light weight and roomy. Easy access to all of my essentials and first aid stuff used for Philmont Scout Ranch. Large enough for 12 days of camping and hiking. Great product. I would recommend it to anybody going out for four days… Full review

Fifty-Two 80

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Hands down the best pack I've ever had! Real backpackers had to have been instrumental in the design and USA made construction of this pack; every feature I've ever thought would make my life easier or more comfortable while backpacking is featured on this pack!  Every trip I've taken with this pack has resulted in a travel companion deciding they want one. Only downside is the brain isn't removable to serve as a smaller day-pack, but the pack is so compressible that this is barely a disappointment. Full review

Stacker Pillow

rated 5 of 5 stars Dual-use storage compartments which serve as an effective pillow because of microfiber on one side. Perfect for compartmentalizing clothes when packing, while alleviating the need to pack a pillow. Basically, these stacker pillows are glorified zippered storage compartments with microfiber on one side, but they are extremely convenient and, as simple as they sound, very helpful and very effective. If you have ever used a stuff/compression sack as a pillow, you've probably experienced either your… Full review

Divide 55

rated 2 of 5 stars A very well thought out and designed pack that needs to have a few kinks worked out. MHM is a fairly new company so growing pains are to be expected. I tested Mile High Mountaineering’s (MHM) Divide 55 internal frame/hydration compatible backpack on a few weekenders and an 80-mile/7-day trip on the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail (LHHT) in S.W. Pa. I was hesitant to use this pack on a trek this length, due to its size, but it fit my gear and food with room to spare. I found this pack to very comfortable… Full review

Divide 55

rated 5 of 5 stars I saw a short clip on a Denver news channel about Mile High Mountaineering, being they are local I decided to try them out. I liked the look of the pack to start with. Brief history of me: I am a tall, larger woman, with a severe lumbar back problem that has now moved into my hip. Being 6'2 I have always had to get a man's pack. They never fit quite right so I just had to find the best ( but never quite right ) fitting pack. They either would not fit around me, shoulders to narrow or wide, the frame… Full review

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Mile High Mountaineering Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Mile High Mountaineering Brings the Passion
Jeff Popp started Mile High Mountaineering because he felt some existing pack designs "lacked passion." His fresh approach is on full display at Outdoor Retailer. Read more
August 6, 2011

Outdoor Retailer: New Brands — Mile High Mountaineering and Mountain Mama
Outdoor Retailer is a great opportunity to meet the people behind the brands that design and make outdoor gear. It's especially interesting to meet new brands and people, the ones hoping to find a place for their product in the outdoor world. Read more
August 3, 2010

Contact

Mile High Mountaineering
2100 S Valentia St
Denver, CO 80231
USA

phone: (720) 641-7117
fax: (303) 751-4350

website: www.mhmgear.com
email: info@mhmgear.com