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    Hiking the Colorado Trail

    I have thought of hiking the Colorado Trail next year. I hear its hard to use a hammock ? Mostly above tree line? Is this true?? Any input or advise..Any Colorado hangers from that area? Thanks.

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    Only a couple of sections that have you above treeline for any great length of time. A good place to hang isn't a difficult thing to find.
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    where did you get your information?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gus View Post
    I have thought of hiking the Colorado Trail next year. I hear its hard to use a hammock ? Mostly above tree line? Is this true?? Any input or advise..Any Colorado hangers from that area? Thanks.
    Where did you hear that it is hard to use a hammock?

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