#12DaysOfGiveaways Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30 Pack

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Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30 Backpack Giveaway Review

The Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30 isn’t anything new for 2016, but this trusty backpack has survived 2015 and 2016 without any real issues. It’s the bag that I reach for over and over again for hiking, climbing and commuting. It’s burly enough to withstand inclement weather and holds a ton of gear and snacks for a day at the crag. You can even strap a rope on top for the approach, or for biking to the gym for a post-work climbing sesh. After two years of abuse, it’s a little worn in some spots, but it’s nothing a little duct tape can’t fix. Now this workhorse of a bag can be yours.

From December 1 to December 8, you can enter to win the Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30. Just follow the instructions below. If you’re too impatient and you want one now, buy through Mountain Hardwear, REI, Backcountry or Amazon for $130.

Full review of the Scrambler 30 here.

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Mountain Hardwear Scrambler 30 Backpack Giveaway Review

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77 comments

  1. I’ve never had a Mountain Hardware bag, but I love their clothing!

    1. I dare say their packs might be better than their clothes?!

  2. I think this pack would be perfect for waterfall hunting throughout the Ozarks!

    1. Heck yeah! It’s not fully submersible but I’ve stood under a baby waterfall or two with this on.

  3. I have a Mountain Hardwear parka that I love…I think the pack would be a great complement!

  4. White river canada with my kids. Canoe down many rivers and we get wet

  5. I would love to have this in Olympic! It rained everyday last time we were there – this would have been VERY handy!

  6. Great first prize – I’m digging my MH OutDry Commuter Pack, so the Scrambler is probably just as good.

  7. Would love to use this backpack in Oregon!

  8. I would love to use it on the AT in VA-WV-MD-PA.

  9. Perfect for my son! he goes hiking all over! Tahoe would be the perfect place for this pack!

  10. This gear is awesome! This pack would be great on my weekend hikes!

  11. Adirondack High Peaks, Colden via Trap Dike

  12. I’ve had several pieces of Mountain Hardware clothing. The Scrambler would be great in Meadow Lake Provincial Park in Saskatchewan.

  13. Would love to have this for adventuring in the Uintas this year!

  14. I’m hoping to do some overlanding and backpacking in Colorado this summer and this pack would be perfect for it!

  15. Hoping to win that backpack! I need a daypack.

  16. anywhere in new zealand

    1. Love New Zealand! I took this with me last year when I went for 2 weeks along with the Hardwear Ozonic 60! All of my stuff stayed nice and dry.

  17. How do I enter to WIN?

  18. Sign me up! I’ll scramble all the things with this pack :) Is it summer yet!

    1. Seriously! Can we just skip winter? I like snowboarding and snow but not that much.

  19. Ok I’ve been drooling on this pack since forvever! Ok maybe not forever, but since I saw Miss Paulina use it ;)

  20. Would use this for climbing adventures and biking to school in the rain! :P

    1. Vanessa! Hi!!!! :) Hope you are doing well! It’s surprisingly comfy for biking with heavy loads. Yay! Thanks for entering!

  21. For climbing around Colorado, especially up in RMNP!

  22. Although there’s something magical to slipping my backpack into a trash bag and wearing it, I do think using a water proof pack during my trip next summer might be a better choice for me and my camera gear. South Toe River NC here I come.

  23. I have been wanting to do a multi-day kayaking trip and a waterproof backpack would be perfect for that. And as a bonus, I volunteer in Search and Rescue and haven’t figured out a pack that really fits the bill for wet weather conditions and this would probably pull double duty with that.

  24. Love the pink!!!

  25. This pack would be great for hiking in Iceland in rainy conditions.

  26. Would totally use this caving!!

  27. I mean, how could I not take this to the British Virgin Islands with me in March?

  28. My wife’s REI daypack has served her well since 2012 but it has taken a beating, especially since she’s been using it as a commuter bag for the last 2 years. It’s time to give her an upgrade, I think this would be perfect.

  29. This pack would go *everywhere* – Havasupai, Iceland, PNW, Maine, a sewer adventure, under the sea…

  30. I would take the backpack out on my river kayaking trips where waterproof is a must.

  31. I want to go to Scotland where it’s often wet.

  32. The giveaway looks amazing! Fingers crossed and good luck everyone!

  33. We hike in the PNW so we’re always looking for waterproof gear! Rain showers come unexpectedly and often around here!

  34. Rocky Mountains

  35. sounds like a really great bag for all the getaways!

  36. It would come in handy on our north shore adventures.

  37. I would take it to our camping – kayaking family reunions.

  38. I fee like this bag would be perfect on those day hikes when it starts raining on you or when hiking under some redwoods when there’s dense fog! Could be pretty sweet for when I go to Havasu Falls too.

  39. I would love to use this for rainy days hiking in Oregon.

  40. This would be perfect for snowshoeing with my husband this winter.

  41. Seattle….always raining there

  42. I swear I always get stuck in the rain when I’m hiking and climbing. This would be perfect!

  43. This is a great giveaway. Can’t wait to not win it. ;)

  44. Love Mountain Hardwear gear but haven’t had one of their packs yet.

  45. Vail

  46. Mars, since they keep discovering more water there!

  47. Quabbin Reservoir would be a great place for this!

  48. In Missouri in the Ozarks.

  49. well id like to go i guess to the ozarks but im from texas and dont travel that much like i wish i could id use it to go hiking here in texas

  50. I would take this to the North Fork of the White River near Dora, Missouri.

  51. Looks good for scrambling around the Upper Cumberland Plateau and Cummins Falls in Tennessee!

  52. I would use this in Yosemite.

  53. I love my mountain hardwear jacket. This pack would be so useful!

  54. This pack would be perfect to carry sensitive gear without getting wet! I could have used a pack like this when I went on a road trip hiking around the southeast earlier this year.

  55. The Scrambler looks like a great streamlined pack and it actually has water bottle pockets too – great for people that have abandoned bladders.

  56. This would great for a hike in the mountains!

  57. Would absolutely love doing some hiking in Hawaii with this! Thanks for a great giveaway!

  58. Would love to use this backpack in Oregon where I used to live

  59. I have only tried their clothes, would love to use this bag on my NE hikes ;)

  60. Would be perfect for my winter Mammoth trip

  61. Some of my family lives in Washington state, where it rains often. A waterproof backpack would be great for hiking there while I’m visiting.

  62. We love to hike around the waterfalls in Michigan, this pack would come in pretty darn handy.

  63. I’m thinking Olympic peninsula rainforest backpacking?

  64. This would be great anywhere, I like the idea of Mt. Ranier daytrip with this

  65. I would take it to the snowy adirondaks!

  66. This would be perfect to take with me skiing or hiking.

  67. I would take it to Finland for some snowshoeing!

  68. Some girls like shoes, I like packs. You can never have too many packs. And jackets.

  69. In the adirondacks!

  70. Would love to have this for my early spring trip to Oregon.

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