Hammock Camping in Goblin Valley

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6 Responses

  1. mhansen says:

    This was a very thorough explanation of your fun family trip complete with hammock details. Loved it all. Thanks for the excellent write-up Derek!

  2. Riley says:

    Great report!!

    Next time out head up temple wash. There are some great spots to hang and it has some great history.

  3. Linda May says:

    I have both a Thunderbird and a Dangerbird and had wondered about how to hang them when there was limited space between anchors. I’m not great with knots and rely on diagrams and up close photos or videos. I’d love if you could post a video or series of photos/diagrams to demonstrate how you converted the dream hammock’s whoopie to a continuous loop and hooked everything up directly to the strap without hardware. Thanks for this trip report with your family – awesome!

  4. Richard says:

    I’m glad that I ran into you at Goblin valley. I ended up getting your book and am in the process of making our own hammocks. Thanks for the tips.

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