Trip Report – Horsetail Falls, Utah

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6 Responses

  1. Tom L. says:

    Dry Creek is great and lends itself very well to hammock camping. In fact, this is often our go-to shoulder season overnighter with the scouts. We’ve converted our entire varsity team to hammock campers and never looked back. In fact, a few years ago we made our own gathered end hammocks with one of the groups and it has now become a rite of passage of sorts for the younger scouts to look forward to as they move up through the program. It’s always fun to see some favorite local spots pop up on your site. Thanks for sharing.

    • Derek says:

      Thanks Tom! Your experience echoes my own. Our troop has had the same tradition of making hammocks. It’s a lot of fun.

  2. Jacob Scheer says:

    Looks like a fun trip! Where do you usually put your pack and other items if you are expecting it to rain?

    • Derek says:

      Usually underneath my hammock. If I brought a gear hammock I can keep everything elevated off the ground and dry. With a large enough tarp, I can also clip the pack off the end of the hammock.

  3. Curt says:

    A one trip is good for the soul, thanks for the reminder to just get out there.

  4. Curt says:

    I meant “one night”.

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