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Curt Peterson (curtpeterson) - BPL Premium Member

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All Forum Posts by Curt Peterson

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Last Glacier NP Checklist Questions
Super excited - I'm about to head into GNP for a 9 day trip. The entire thing was largely pieced together over the past year by the generous sharing and advice from BPL folks, so THANK YOU for ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Last Glacier NP Checklist Questions
August 25, 9:22pm

To Trade: Shangri La 3 for Hex 3
Wanted for a clean swap - an almost-new GoLite Shangri La 3 (yellow) in perfect condition for a GoLite Hex 3 in great condition. Shangri La is lighter. Also has mid-point tie outs. And a 3rd ven...

In Gear Swap » To Trade: Shangri La 3 for Hex 3
July 13, 1:08pm

Anyone up for a Western Washington UL GGG?
Ian - that location is just below the Falls. Not sure you could get any closer to my place, so I'm all in if that's the case. Heck, I could bikepack there as there's a trail that connec...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Anyone up for a Western Washington UL GGG?
July 10, 7:53am

FS: Exped Pillow & Klymit Pack Frame
Both are essentially brand new. Checked out, but found other solutions. Pack frame is meant for Granite Gear packs, but works for lots out there. Fits perfectly in an REI Flash, for example. Pillow...

In Gear Swap » FS: Exped Pillow & Klymit Pack Frame
June 20, 1:21pm

For those looking for a really wide sleeping pad
Interesting. At 76" it begs to be cut down. By my math cutting it down to 48" or 50" should get it down to 16 or 17 ounces - not bad at all for something this huge. I'm currently...

In GEAR » For those looking for a really wide sleeping pad
June 10, 8:14am

Looking for beta on Olympics
Enough water won't be a problem. These rivers flow big all year. The Hoh would an awesome trip. About 20 miles up the valley. Check out the glacier. Take a couple days and enjoy it. Put in belo...

In Packrafting » Looking for beta on Olympics
June 04, 8:45am

GG Virga 2
Mark - Sorry for the slow reply. Been in the woods a bit and crazy busy when home. The pack arrived a couple weeks ago. Quick version is that it's almost perfect pack bag with a less-tha...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » GG VIRGA 2
June 01, 2:40pm

Re: Advice for Idaho/Montana Rockies
Thanks for the suggestions, Dave. I was hoping you would chime in! I'll dig into those routes and see how they look. Very much appreciated.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Advice for Idaho/Montana Rockies
May 13, 8:07am

Advice for Idaho/Montana Rockies
Looking for some suggestions for an early September trip in the northern Rockies. Buddies and I do an annual "big trip" of 8-10 days and this year that's where we want to be. We w...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Advice for Idaho/Montana Rockies
May 12, 8:10am

GG VIRGA 2
I'm supposed to be receiving one any day now. I'll post up some weights and notes when it arrives. Packbag looks great, but I'm not sure about the shoulder straps and belt. We'll se...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » GG VIRGA 2
May 06, 8:15am

All Reader Reviews by Curt Peterson

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BPL Ultralight Fishing Rod Case 2"
I'd been looking for a light, tough fishing rod tube for a long time and was excited to find this option. Despite fantastic customer service with a special request and fast shipping, this rod tube qu...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 07, 11:57am

Lock Laces Shoe Laces Lock Laces Shoe Laces
I'll give the Lock-Laces that BPL sells a star for being incredibly comfortable during in-camp and flat trail duty, and another star for the quick and easy on-off they allow. But, they are not near...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 07, 11:43am

Backpacking Light Ti Esbit stove
If Esbit is the fuel choice, this little stand is a fantastic option. Fits the GSI double boilers well and my Snowpeak bowl nicely. The real appeal is the ridiculously light weight. I can tos...

In Stoves - Other
August 07, 11:35am