how many kilogrammes can you carry on your back pack

want to go for amountain hiking.
asked May 29, 2014 in Backpacking by jeremiah ndege

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It is somewhat dependent on your size and strength.  A basic rule of thumb is that you can carry about 1/3 of your body weight.  I would say that this is a little more than most people will carry comfortably.  For me, the number is between 1/4 and 1/3 of your body weight depending on fitness.
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