View Poll Results: Short hike in or car camp this year?

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  • Hike in 2 miles.

    12 11.65%
  • Hike in 4 miles.

    21 20.39%
  • Hike in longer than 4 miles.

    35 33.98%
  • Car camp.

    7 6.80%
  • Don't car as long as I can hammock.

    28 27.18%
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  1. #61
    Senior Member bigfoot2's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpineLounger View Post
    The Gorge, really??
    Got a better place? We'd all love to hear it.

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    Suggestions

    East side, Eaglecap wilderness Two Pan Trailhead to Miniam lake about 6 miles. Good sites @ lake a bit of a walk for kids. Decently easy to find trailhead.

    Westside, Drift Creek wilderness Harris Ranch trail. Nice old growth, trail was maintained this year, but it likes to rain.

    Down the middle, Anywhere around the Sisters.

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    Senior Member bigfoot2's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpineLounger View Post
    East side, Eaglecap wilderness Two Pan Trailhead to Miniam lake about 6 miles. Good sites @ lake a bit of a walk for kids. Decently easy to find trailhead.

    Westside, Drift Creek wilderness Harris Ranch trail. Nice old growth, trail was maintained this year, but it likes to rain.

    Down the middle, Anywhere around the Sisters.
    We did Drift Creek two years ago for our first ever Oregon hang. We would like to be in the Portland area for this years hang.

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    Count this first timer in. Been looking forward all winter to "hang out" with you guys.

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    maybe somewhere in the salmon hukleberry willdeness?

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    Man it sounds like more fun than I should be aloud. A real rookie here with a hammock but plenty of time on the ground in tent. I look forward to the hang.

  7. #67
    I'll be there with my wife, son and maybe one friend.

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    I've never been to a group hang before so what's the agenda, is it a potluck dinner or on your own every meal. I realize the farther we hike in the smaller the potluck would be.. Lol

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    I'm voting for the Hideaway/Serene Lake area...specifically one of the Rock Lakes...short backpack in, great spaces to hang and fish if you want.
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    I am going to put this on the schedule too. To far out to know for sure, but it would be great to do this.

    PS: Anyone using, or have used, the Clark NX-250?


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