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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardDavies View Post
    I guess what I'm trying to figure out is what's the typical low temperature and how warm of quilts does one usually need for this? I have a set of 20į quilts, I assume that's probably not going to be enough, right?
    The temps have been ranging in the low-high 20's at night and low-mid 30's during the day....however it is at the base of Mt. Hood so weather can change quickly as we all know.....I use a 20 degree quilt set with a sock and I don't have any issues .....so far.
    But I would just keep an eye on the weather as we get close to the hang
    I also have other things such as extra clothing and extra dry socks....heck I even sleep in my down puffy from time to time...... but that depends on how much of the sauce I have in me before bed ....hehehehe
    One other thing that I use and others do as well are heavy duty winter coveralls....they allow you to set around the fire and not worry about melting from sparks and you stay nice and toasty....
    Also your car is not that far away so you can bring a lot of gear with you......I always make multiple trips back and forth.....hope that helps

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    Yes, that's very helpful. Thanks!

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    Here is a list of Sno-Park Permit vendors. You can get one at any Bi-Mart.

    https://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/DMV/docs...endor_list.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by maztrain View Post
    Not sure what you mean but the map is just to give a rough idea of the location.....the parking is just off 26 and a short walk from there to the campground

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    I was just asking what map you used for this. Looks like it may have been from an app.
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    We are planning to join you guys. We are fairly new to hammocks and havenít camped in the snow yet. So excited!

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    Yahooo!! Totally rad to see this posted again. Can't wait an d it's on a three day weekend too. Thanks!
    Is it ok if I post this to a couple fb hiking groups? Or just friends?

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