Here in Ketchum, Idaho my day starts at about 7000 ft--and like a true glutton for punishment--I ignore all of the deer down low and look towards the heavens. That means on a typical day hunt I'll run anywhere from 2 - 3,000 vertical feet, with most of the uphill being covered in the pre dawn hours. Our morning temps have been in the low twenties but can be as high as forty degrees by mid morning. This is my go-to kit for mountain hunting this time of year:
This is a lightweight system that delivers comfort and protection through a major range of temperatures. Let us know what your system is this time of year or give us a shout if you have any questions.