Any generalities regarding areas that work well vs don't work for hammock backpacking in western Washington? Thinking back through all of my years of hikes I really can't think of many places that had no trees, but then, I wasn't looking for hammock trees on those hikes. Are there any clues you use when choosing hikes that tell you it may (or may not) be a good location for hanging?
In particular, I'm headed to the Enchantment Lakes in September. We only got a Snow Lakes permit so we'll be there for 3 nights (with day hikes into the core Enchantments,) and from photos I've looked at, it seems there should be plenty of trees at least at that level...