Category Archives: Hammock

Colorado 2017: Buena Vista, Crestone, Naked Hot Springs, and Great Sand Dunes National Park

This is part two of my recent trip to Colorado. In this video, we find some amazing camp spots, my friends go to a clothing option hot springs, and I explore the Great Sand Dunes National Park

You can watch the video here: Colorado 2017 part two

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The Peninsula Trail Overnighter

Had a fantastic time out on Lake Monroe near Bloomington Indiana. Me and a gaggle of other outdoor YouTubers took the five mile trail to the shore line and camped out. It rained on us almost the entire hike in but stopped when we got there. Check out the fun here: Peninsula Trail Overnighter

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Hiking the Tecumseh Trail 2017

Come along on a 40 mile, 4 day journey on the Tecumseh Trail in Indiana. Me and and three friends spent four days recently on the second longest footpath in Indiana.

You can watch the video here: Tecumseh Trail 2017

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A Weekend of Adventure

This past weekend I set out to test some new gear and had an awesome time hammock camping. The next day, I day hiked to some old stone cabin ruins with a new friend and was amazed at what we found.

You can watch the video here: A Weekend of Adventure

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Clark Jungle Hammock First Hang Experience

I was very anxious to get out this past weekend to test out my new Clark Jungle Hammock. As luck would have it, I got invited to go camping with a couple of my friends and so I was off to the Charles C. Deam Wilderness to test it out. Turned out we got some torrential rains and thunderstorms but I am happy to report that the hammock was comfy and dry and held up nicely.

You can watch the video here: Clark Jungle Hammock

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Creekside Hammock Camping at the Red River Gorge

In this video, I return to a familiar place to try my hand again at hammock camping. I originally set out to find the elusive Timmons Arch that I could not find on a previous trip and was again skunked. Oh well, I enjoy a fantastic campsite by the water. 

You can see the video here: Creekside Hammock Camping

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Red River Gorge Solo Overnighter (Sort of)

This past memorial day weekend, I took a trip to the Red River Gorge Geological Area to do some solo backpacking and camping. I was on the Osborne Trail in the Clifty Wilderness area and found a nice little camp site about a mile into the trail. Since I had planned on two nights and the time of day was getting late, I decided to make camp for the night. I had quite the adventure when I was startled by a bear running through my camp. 

You can watch the video here: Red River Gorge Solo Overnighter

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