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    Senior Member Moel Siabod's Avatar
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    Scottish hammocker's question

    This year I'm planning to walk the Cape Wrath Trail. Simply based on photos and a quick look at some satellite maps, I'm assuming that it would not be a hammock friendly route. I'd love to be told otherwise. Any thoughts?
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    Not worth a hammock sadly.

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    Senior Member Moel Siabod's Avatar
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    Just as I thought.
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