The included bags have a capacity of around 5,200 cubic inches, about the same as a large backpack, and the cart itself can hold 200 pounds (as if!). You can push or pull itwhichever suits the terrain and your comfort. This isn't a go-anywhere cartrocky trails will flummox itbut for access to campsites that are on good trails and are moderately close to a trailhead, it's just the ticket.
The existence of the Sherpa Cart actually raises interesting possibilities. For folks in your situation, of course, it's perfect. Parents with infants, meanwhile, could load their camp gear on a cart, and carry a child backpack with the youngster. Hunters might find the cart useful for packing out game. And then there's the ability to haul beer on the thingwhat, four or five full cases? The mind boggles.
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