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    Senior Member Coldspring's Avatar
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    2,400-2,500 is about as high as it gets here in the Ozarks.

    How about lowest altitude? Anywhere to hang in Death Valley?

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    Two nights ago

    I was hanging at about 10500 in the Eagles Nest Wilderness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canardly View Post
    I was hanging at about 10500 in the Eagles Nest Wilderness.
    welcome to the forum. Nice set up you got there.

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    Looks like a great setup.

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    Highest Hang

    My highest was on top of the South Sister (One of three "Sister mountains") in eastern Oregon. The Altitude was 10,300 or so feet. I froze in my homemade bridge... I desperately need to make myself an UQ .

    It was a blast though!

    This is the view I had...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canardly View Post
    I was hanging at about 10500 in the Eagles Nest Wilderness.
    Cool, another Denver hanger.
    Welcome to the forum!
    Trust nobody!

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    highest hang

    My son and I hung at around 10,250 on the CT earlier this month.
    Man, what an awesome trail.
    John
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    11,600+

    There are a number of pictures in my gallery at 11,600+.
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    my highest hang was the highest point in Indiana...1,257'

    seriously, Mt Sterling, GSMNP, elevation 5,800' (that is HIGH for people from Indiana!)
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    "welcome to the forum. Nice set up you got there. "

    Quote Originally Posted by Cannibal View Post
    Cool, another Denver hanger.
    Welcome to the forum!
    Thanks, Guys, good to be here!

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