I camped in a site that burnt about 10-15 years ago. Almost all the trees' diameter, were about baseball bat sized at eye-level and where way to springy to hang from. I finally found a spot but, it wasn't an optimal hang and it required a bit of bushwhacking to get to.
Last edited by Beast 71; 01-04-2013 at 10:49.
Yes. North of 50*. All black spruce up there and sometimes cannot find two safe trees.
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The only areas I've had with no real options are spots that have recently burned or been cut. There are some great camping spots, but you can't hang on a 1" diameter tree.
There are spots in south Texas where it is nothing but brush, bushes that are chest high and impossible to walk through... I have generally though just kept walking until I find some more mature mesquite trees to hang from... It is time like this though that I am reminded why I carry the extra long tree straps that I do, if I only carried 5' straps like some people I would be in for a very bad night...
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