Hoth Ice Planet Adventure Playset - but this is the real deal. Still not quite in scale with the 3 3/4" mini-action figures, but still a monstrously large toy, probably the largest in the entire Kenner line, at least until the Imperial Shuttle came along.
Although I have had two loose examples of the toy in my collection for some time, I acquired this box only recently. As you can see, it's a bit beat up, but nice AT-AT boxes seem to be hard to come by nowadays, and the litho on the front still looks pretty good.
This box is the second issue from 1982, featuring a "special accessories" offer sticker and including a set of weapons, backpacks etc. This box also has the "Rebate" sticker in place.
Setting up the box-art scene and taking these photos reminded me why I love this hobby so much and why blogging is so much fun. There's nothing like the tactility of actually setting up the toys to reconnect you with the joys of childhood play. This is especially true of toys like this AT-AT that I could only dream of owning as an eleven-year-old kid!