The Endeavour 20L Backpack is ideal for day trips, walks or active use. Hydration compatible, with an air flow back system and chest straps for improved comfort, a pack away rain cover and convenient multiple pockets including a bottom compartment with a separate opening. Chest/Sternum Strap - Offers support for your back by helping to distribute weight and balance your packCompressions Straps - Used to reduce the bulk of the rucksack. Hip Belt - Distributes weight evenly around the hips with ex
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The trail, the Smoky Mountains, and the experience of nature and wildlife is a blessing for which I am so grateful. I've hiked south to Fontana Dam, north to Cosby Tennessee, and other areas including Clingman's Dome which is the highest point in Tennessee at 6,643 feet, and it is the highest point on the entire 2,174 mile Appalachian Trail. I have also hiked into North Carolina where the Appalachian Trail runs directly through the town of Hot Springs. Hot Springs North Carolina is wonderful place to visit. The sidewalks running directly through town have markers indicating that you are walking on the Appalachian Trail. How awesome is that? I do intend on hiking more of the Appalachian Trial inside and outside of Tennessee. Three years ago, I also started hiking in the Red River Gorge of Eastern Kentucky. The Red River Gorge contains approximately 500 miles of trails along forests, streams, and cliffs in the Daniel Boone National Forest. The autumn is my favorite time to hike.
The cool days make it easy to carry a backpack and climb up and down the steep sections of the trails. The nights are often cold, but not too cold. This hike started out a bit rough for me. My hiking friend, Scott Rosenberger, and I had hiked a few miles and then headed to our campsite on our favorite bluff. My backpack weighed about 40 pounds which is very heavy for me. I'm 5'8' and around 150 pounds. I don't normally carry that much weight in my pack, but this time I forgot to take the extra clothes and food that I was planning on using on the next day out of my backpack. I meant to leave those items in the car. Our campsite is only a mile or two from the Gray's Arch parking area where we leave our cars, so I was planning on returning to the car the second day of our trip and resupply my food and clothes.
Carrying that heavy backpack, as I started hiking up a rocky ledge only about a quarter of a mile from our campsite, I fell backwards and hit hard on the rocks. I injured my arm and chest, and I could not get up. Scott, said, "Take your backpack off." I tried to undo the buckles on my backpack, but with my head pointed downhill and with the hard fall I had just experienced , I could not get my backpack buckles undone. Scott had to unbuckle my backpack. I still was so shook that I could not get up. Scott took my hand and pulled me up. He then had me sit on a rock and drink a bottle of water. It took me several minutes to recover enough to stand up and finish climbing the hill. I was so shaken that I told Scott to leave my backpack and that I would come back and get it later. Scott picked up that heavy pack and carried it up the rocky ridge even though he was wearing his own heavy backpack.