Gallatin Peak 40

Gallatin Peak 40 is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 10.
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SKU: WF21 Gallatin Peak 40

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The GALLATIN PEAK 40 is the apex of MYSTERY RANCH snow packs.

The newly redesigned GALLATIN PEAK 40 features thoughtful updates, including glove-friendly buckles and 320d Phantom Ripstop fabric with wax face coating all while maintaining the features that ski patrollers, professional guides and backcountry enthusiasts love – an oversized front pocket that fits a complete snow safety kit, top and back panel access to the main compartment and multiple carry options for ski, split board or snowboard and tuck-a-way helmet carry.

  • Flexible, high-density frame sheet with dual composite stays
    • Telescoping yoke
  • Top-loading main compartment with shroud
  • Zipper access to large organized Avy pocket
  • Two zippered lid pockets (one soft, fabric-lined for storing goggles)
  • Tuck-a-way helmet carry
  • Zippered lid pocket with a soft internal zippered goggle pocket
  • Internal zippered pocket in the main bag
  • Hydration reservoir compatible
  • Tool attachment on side for poles
  • Glove-friendly buckles
  • Alpine yoke and belt easily adjusted or removed
  • High-density frame sheet and two vertical composite stays provide rigidity
  • Body panel unzips to allow easy, on-the-fly access to the main bag while skis are attached
  • 320d NP. Phantom Ripstop with wax face coating
  • 840d nylon with carbonate coating
  • DWR coated YKK #8 and #10 zippers
NameUPC Code
WF21 Gallatin Peak 40-Black-S/M888564194751
WF21 Gallatin Peak 40-Black-L/XL888564194768
DUNS Number:059122783
3.8 lb
2575 cu-ins
Harnessing Style
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Pack But Like Old BucklesI'm long time loyal Mystery Ranch fan. You just can't beat the way the new Gallatin Peak 40 carries a big load and no problem skiing with it. My only nit is the switch to the new buckles. They are more prone to fill up with snow and won't close with out blowing and smacking them around. Mystery Ranch was great and sent me the old style belt buckle which I swapped out and thinking of sending it in after ski season to switch out the lid buckles.
Date published: 2020-02-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Super durable bag, really annoying bucklesI really like the bag. I really like the company. The buckles on this bag suck. If any tiny amount of snow (almost imperceptible amounts) get into the hip belt buckle, they will not clasp. Even if they clasp, I have had them pop apart unexpectedly under any kind of load. I have taken this bag on several single and multi-day tours, and have not had a single trip where the buckles did not have me cursing.
Date published: 2021-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Carries and Skis wellI got this pack about two months ago and have been ski guiding with it about 20+ days so far. Things I love: The three section avy pocket for my probe, saw, and shovel, the dual side zip access in the back is awesome to pulling out skins, water bottle, sticking my hardboot bindings in (im a splitboarder) instead of opening the whole back panel when I don't need to. I took all the gear I guide with, straight from my other 42L and put it in this pack and it feels lighter! I also have more room. I haven't needed to attach my helmet to outside yet, which is great. I dig the goggle pocket in the lid, as well as the other separated pocket. It hasn't been ski mountaineering season yet, so I have yet to attach my board to my pack, but the diagonal carry looks well designed. Things that I don't like; the buckles can sometimes be difficult to use if they get snow in the them. While they are easy to use with gloves, that doesn't matter if they don't close. It should definitely come with a hipbelt pocket, for skiings I want my multitool, scraper, skiwax, chapstick, sunscreen easy to access without taking my pack off. Overall I really like the pack and will end up just getting some MR hipbelt pockets to add on to it.
Date published: 2020-02-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bullseye...almost!Super great on the mark until except now great way to quickly secure axes....
Date published: 2020-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great workhorse bagI use this pack as a full time patroller. Very thoughtful features that are great for the snow professional. Dedicates snow safety pocket, plenty of room for medical and mountaineering equipment, and access from the back panel are all features I look for in a pack. As someone who has suffered a shoulder injury this is the most comfortable and supportive pack I have worn. I would recommend this pack to any ski guide, patroller, or serious backcountry user. 10/10!
Date published: 2020-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far.......Packs been good, only have a couple of tours with it so far. Accessibility is great, fits awesome. Had some issues with the buckles and ice. They seem alittle on the flimsy side, only time will tell.
Date published: 2020-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from SolidGot this pack just in time for ski season so far I love this pack. All the features I need and very comfortable.
Date published: 2020-02-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from oh, the possibilities that are here buy........been looking at this pack for months as a replacement for my current photocentric pack. i finally purchased it. this will go as a list good/not so good from a photo gear carry bagfit: outstanding overall if but for the hip belt strap sizing for a L/XL pack. i'm not that big but the waist falls a little short in size to work summer and winter. sorry i'm just not that svelt and forget cold weather gear. it is being resolved by MR.Internal volume: "fits" ICU sizes that i use. the overall volume is good for my needs which are hike/travel. pack could be a total 1" wider so the ICU's don't have to be greased in. i do understand it is narrow for the ski group but come on what's a 1/2" on each side. it carries all assorted gear with style and grace as i wish i could/would* Access: lid access is good. back panel access is just what is needed here. unfortunately you don't want to rip that velcro at the top to open it and alert all the wildlife within a mile you are around. easily dealt with by silence it with a velcro overlay to prevent its connection/actuation.Materials: main pack fabric is solid and skid panel is industrial strength which is neat. i only wish that put it on the bottom of the pack too as that is double layer but of the fabric. stitching is excellent. the not so good:for the most part it looks like i covered iti do wish the helmet net was removable. taking it in and out the velcro likes to nibble on it as it passes. i put my rain cover in that area. *this pack can and does carry enough of my gear to bring me to my knees, but with "relative comfort".
Date published: 2020-05-28
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