Mountain Hardwear Cima Alta


Weight 14.1 oz / 400 g
Capacity 1525 cu in / 25 L
Dimensions 18 in X 13 in X 10 in / 46 cm X 33 cm X 25 cm
Materials 100D Ripstop Cordura® Nylon, 210D HexNut™ Ripstop Nylon

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Bring the Cima Alta from Mountain Hardwear along on any summit day trip - it's ultralight, easy to pack, and fully padded with a mesh shoulder harness. Stuff extras in the front pocket compression panel, stash your valuables in the zippered pocket at the top of the backpanel, and pull off the lightweight webbing waistbelt if you're looking to shave ounces.

- Mountain Gear

When you break out from base camp for a day of exploring and scouting your summit route, the Mountain Hardwear Cima Alta Backpack helps carry the essentials and allows you to move gingerly through the alpine. This 25-liter alpine climbing companion weighs less than a pound, is able to fold into its own security pocket, and holds ample supplies for a day of glaciated trekking.


CLOSEOUTS . The ultralight Mountain Hardwear Cima Alta daypack is ready for campus and commuting, or globe-trekking travel. Available Colors: FLAME.

- Sierra Trading Post

Mountain Hardwear: Cima Alta: Ultralight and easy to pack along, this summit daypack can join you on every adventure Highly compressible design stuffs into the backpanel security pocket with foam backpanel pad removed Fully padded spacer mesh shoulder straps provide excellent fit and comfort Front pocket/compression panel offers convenient overload capacity Zippered pocket at top of backpanel is well protected from pickpocket types Mesh side bottle pockets Removable lightweight web waistbelt Ice axe loop Imported

- Mountain Hardwear

Mountain Hardwear Cima Alta


The Mountain Hardwear Cima Alta is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

If you're looking for a new daypack (under 2,000 cu in), check out the best reviewed current models.

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