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    Hammocks in Mt. Rainier

    My son & I just got back from a 10 day hike aroung Mt. Rainier, known as the Wonderland Trail. Absolutely wonderful trip. It was dry, while we had anticipated wet. (Last years similar trip was rained out.) We had absolutely no problem with our Clark Jungle hammocks; other than a dirth or suitable trees within the designated campground at Mowitch Lake.. that we solved by hiking an additional 1 1/2 miles to camp at Eagles Roost, where there were many suitable trees in the campground. My only suggestion was the tree strap supplied by Clark could have been 48" longer; we had to extend it with line on several occasions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOldTroll View Post
    My son & I just got back from a 10 day hike aroung Mt. Rainier, known as the Wonderland Trail. Absolutely wonderful trip. It was dry, while we had anticipated wet. (Last years similar trip was rained out.) We had absolutely no problem with our Clark Jungle hammocks; other than a dirth or suitable trees within the designated campground at Mowitch Lake.. that we solved by hiking an additional 1 1/2 miles to camp at Eagles Roost, where there were many suitable trees in the campground. My only suggestion was the tree strap supplied by Clark could have been 48" longer; we had to extend it with line on several occasions.

    Good to know!

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