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Winter Hammock Adventure – Father/Daughter

I made it a goal that I wouldn’t let the weather prevent me from getting outdoors. Living in the great white north (read: Canada), winter can last for 10 months of the year, so instead of waiting for those two months of warmth and sunshine my daughter and I decided to head out for a Saturday adventure down a local trail.


With our ENO Double Deluxe hammock, Kahtoola Microspikes, Tubbs Snowshoes, Go-Scope, snacks and lunch we headed up the Rose Swanson trail for a bit of adventure. It was great to find a close local trail that we could have spent all day on and that is so secluded.

Join us for 2-minutes of fun by watching the video below:

Sometimes a local hike and a hot soup make the best memories.



Gear used (you can support us if you want by shopping through these amazon affiliate links):
ENO Double Deluxe Hammock: http://amzn.to/1i0OfBX
Atlas Straps: http://amzn.to/1i0OlcZ
Olicamp XTS: http://amzn.to/XyEAfG
Tubbs Snowshoes: http://amzn.to/1kbgEGh
Kahtoola Microspikes: http://amzn.to/1glf14D
Terramar Sports baselayers: http://amzn.to/1iu1LSd

About Paul

A guy trying to get away from his desk so that he can fish, hike, play and just plain be in the outdoors.

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  1. Never thought of taking a hammock on a winter snowshoe trip. Cool.

  2. Looks like a great day & good memories! Hammock good for seats & holding gear. Thx for sharing.

  3. Looks like a fun mini-adventure to me!

  4. Fun with her dad in the outdoors, what could be better?

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