Chris G.(Two Speed) is a native of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. He hiked the Appalachian Trail in 2017 while hammocking and is currently planning a 2018 PCT thru hike. He is an engineer, thru hiker, hammock enthusiast, and avid gear DIYer.
I am set to head off into the sunset on March 25 at the Mexican border so in an effort to get my own act together I put together my gear list
Basic Specs Warbonnet Outdoors Weight: 18 oz (tarp only) Dimensions: 11' (ridgeline) x 10' width Packed Size: In stuff sack: ~ 13
Basic Specs: article. 2. Material Water Retention Unlike other tarp materials (silnylon), cuben fiber doesn't retain water and dries out
Basic Specs: Hennessy Hammocks or beetle buckle suspension (shown in pics above) with the hammock which makes the setup of the hammock
Now that we know Option 1: Hummingbird Single Dimensions: 8' 8" x 3' 11" Weight: 5.2 oz (Made in USA) 40F 3/4 quilt weighs 11.37 ounces. Even by
In order to enjoy all hammock camping experiences it is necessary meet three goals. These three goals are stay dry, stay warm, and stay comfortable.
Throughout any hike of considerable length, most hikers look for accommodations with the services they need, but are priced below even the cheapest
What one AT thru-hiker carried between 3/26/2017 and 9/5/2017. Initial AT Gear List: (60L(33#) Amicalola Falls) I went through so much
What to do when you open up a brand new other sites, ending up with a lightweight US-made tarp: the video. The first thing you'll need for rigging
Greetings people of the Trek. I was able to summit yesterday after one hell of a hike from 3/26-9/5. I met tons of awesome people along the way. I