Do you have a tree camping adventure to share?

I would LOVE to feature it on! Your hang must be higher than 20 feet and your photos must properly show the height of your hang. You can include links to your blog or YouTube channel! If this interests you leave a quick comment on this page and I will contact you via your provided email. Once you send me your written trip report and links to your photos/videos I will post it on TREEfool. Thanks for sharing!


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    • Awesome! Your video is now featured on the front page! You can see the post by visiting the home page and clicking the “Labor Day 60′ Up” link. Thanks Jake! Glad you had fun.


  1. Hey! Great site man! I have tons of climbing adventures that have, are, or are going to be happening in the future! I would love to be featured on the site and to talk about some other important things with you!

    Here is a link to our website (…) and our Instagram (…) !

    Thanks for all the laughs and your great attitude!


  2. realy love te site and has given me aome great ideas on my new portaledge im building as we speak would love to talk to you about how i could maybe improve my portaledge or i anything i am doing could be improved also would be cool if i could show ypu the progress of my ledge being built.

  3. That is a good question. Your post some how got unapproved from my website unless I am going crazy and I hadn’t actually approved it until today. Ha, that is probably the case. ANYWAYS! In response to your original post, I would love to see your portaledge! When you get it finished I will post it up on the site if that is cool with you?

    • Terry you can find a link at the bottom of the “Master Portaledge Tutorial” page which brings you to a page including all user submitted portaledge photos. And since you are the first you have the page all to yourself πŸ˜‰

      Definitely send me a message when you finish the tent conversion.

    • Hey Terry can you give me some specs for your portaledge? I am sure I will get asked now that your pictures are posted for all to see. What brand of cot and tent did you use? Thanks.

    • Terry can you give me some specs for your portaledge? I am sure I will get asked now that your pictures are posted for all to see. What brand of cot and tent did you use? Thanks.

  4. your probably wanting something really indepth but its so so simple i first started off with a first aid stretcher Β£10 that i found at a local imporium (junkshop) lol i then bought on ebay a pack of 4 ratchet straps for Β£6.99 last but not least i went to tesco and bought a Β£15 2 man tent.

  5. im not sure where i read it but you said something about maybe selling your portaledge of love lol i would be seriously interested if this is true?

    many thanks

    terry c

    • Terry, I will be selling my solo ledge in the near future but not my double ledge. I built the “portaledge of love” for my wife and she hasn’t even spent a night on it yet! (Hopefully soon! The weather is getting beautiful out!) I have decided to list my solo ledge on TREEfool (instead of ebay) and I am thinking it will go for $275 plus shipping for the ledge/fly/topcap/webbing. I am waiting until it gets warmer out before I list it though.

      • oh right maybe i could persuade you to build another πŸ™‚ lol and yeah the weather here is on the turn to which is good as its freezing at the moment maybe you could organise a trip to england and come tree camping with me? also would love to add you on facebook if possible?

      • Ha! You could easily persuade me but the money required would buy you a perfectly good Black Diamond Cliff Cabana and rain fly! My facebook is Logan Spader and my photo is of a friend and I hanging on a portaledge off a rock wall.

  6. Hey Logan! Discovered your site while researching tree tent designs and realized you’re practically my neighbor. I’m in Minnetonka and have very similar interesting in climbing, camping and outdoors. I have a few ideas for a commercial tree tent I’d like to consider having manufactured and wanted to get your ideas or partner on it. Any chance we can connect?

  7. Logan, this is a phenomenal site! I love watching the adventures and has really caught my attention since I sleep in a hammock every night and have been wanting to get back into rock climbing. You did inspire me to head out and do a free climb night in a tree ( Now I have everything to do rope ascensions and was messing with the budget RAD system (Thank you, I was buying everything from rope to a harness so that eased the hit, totally worth it though) and descending using a footloop. I did find wearing a glove and holding the rope down helped a lot in controlling the decent and felt very confident although I haven’t really used an ATC in 6 years. I have a photo to help illustrate what I mean if you would like, I just though it might help other newcomers. I also have a video testing it. (

    Many thanks for all your wisdom and efforts for recreational tree camping.
    Look forward to more adventures.

    • Very good! I am psyched to hear you are getting back into climbing. I scrolled through your video quick this morning and you stated your prusik wasn’t releasing very well. Try using a klemheist knot instead since it releases much easier. Good luck and have fun!

  8. Logan Hello! My name is Alejandro and I write just to say I think your site si cool and I like a lot of your videos. I hope to see more videos of your upcoming adventures. I am putting together some minimum equipment for camping out in the trees.

    Greetings from Cordoba, Argentina =)

  9. i’m glad i took your advice of going low and slow! ( i fell from about 10 feet trying to figure out the atc-guide without a safety line going from my harness to the prusik. (stupid) i’ve been climbing and i am starting to figure it out. I have a couple questions for you though. you said something like ” i climbed up and set up my anchors.” what do you mean by that? is that how you are able to play around the canopy? (that is my second question: how do you get all over the place if youre connected to a single point on the tree?) thank you for being rad! — Greg

    • Wuw! I am sorry to hear that. I am also very glad that you took it low and slow. When I get the chance I am going to add your story to the “How To Tree Climb” page. I want to make sure that all of the new tree climbers understand the fact that the ATC wasn’t made for tree climbing which means there is a much higher propensity for something to go wrong vs traditional tree climbing gear. Thanks for sharing.

      When I ascend a tree I climb to the highest limb that will safely hold my weight and I “build an anchor” (this is my rock climbing background talking) which basically means that I have chosen it as my main tie in point. The higher this point is the easier it will be to do limb walks (walking horizontally on limbs to access the outer most twigs and leaves). This is where lanyards come in handy because if you let go while on the outer most limb you will swing back towards the shaft of the tree and potentially severely injure yourself. The higher your anchor the less dangerous the swing will be.

  10. Hey Logan! I have been using the budget RADS and it is working pretty well for me. I do have a few questions though. How are you able to play around the canopy if your rope is attached to one point? Do you just walk around the branches and give yourself slack as you get farther from where the rope is fixed? Also, (and hopefully this isn’t a stupid question) when should i be using an anchor cord? and how do you attach it? On your gear list i see what looks like a double fishermans and a carabiner. Do you just girth hitch the rope to the tree and clip the biner to your harness? Sorry for the silly questions!
    Your videos, by the way, are super awesome! Definitely a big fan!
    Thank you for your help!

    • So i super didn’t realize that I already posted a comment on here. so you can delete these! haha but thank you for replying. that was real helpful!

    • Thanks man, and sorry for the late reply. My new job is stealing my freedom. You are correct that I USED TO girth hitch cords (tied with double fishermans) and clip into them when I untie my main climbing rope for advancement purposes. However, I have since began using a lanyard which is basically an adjustable anchor point. I learned this from my arborist friends and I initially thought it was the perfect setup so I stopped carrying loops of cord. However, every so often I miss having an extra cord for building a quick anchor… I am psyched to hear the budget RADS is working for you!

  11. Where do you usually go tree climbing is it at legal places or illegal places I’m trying to figure out where the best places are to go

    • Ha! This is a fun question. I try my hardest to go in legal places but a lot of the time I really don’t know. One time I was climbing this giant tree in a public park (with a playground and a bike path) and I had two guys in suits stroll up and tell me that I wasn’t allowed to climb the trees. Another time I left my car on the side of a road near a state forest and I came back to find a parking violation that stated there was no overnight parking allowed. But for the most part, I choose locations that few people ever travel to so I never run into any problems.

      Call me crazy, but I find some of the coolest camping spots by using Google Maps. I just search for large areas of forest that don’t have any houses, parks, or highways nearby and scout it on a quick bike ride. If there are no “private property” or “no trespassing” signs I consider it fair game. I have found that being polite and LEAVING NO TRACE is key to having a successful stealth camping trip.

      But like I said before, I try my hardest to camp in places that allow free-range camping. If I am staying in a developed camping area I always pay for a campsite before I set off to go tree climbing. Be smart, follow the rules, and if somebody tells you that you are camping illegally makes sure to be polite, APOLIGIZE, and leave promptly.

  12. Great website Logan! I’ve been climbing trees for probably 5-6 years now, and have even camped on my own a couple times, but what you are doing to promote tree camping is unequaled. And thanks for the referral of the Bat Hammock… I’m waiting for mine to be delivered as we speak.

  13. Hey Logan, when I saw this video I just had to tell you about it. Okay I’m jumping ahead (rewind). I’m considering purchasing a portaledge because I don’t have the time to dedicate to making one; however, I really like the Mosquito Bat Hammock, too. I’ve been researching some portaledges when I came upon this video on the setup of the Black Diamond Double Cliff Cabana, linked below. I just have to tell you that your portaledge design is (in my humble opinion) by far better than this thing. The set up is not too bad but the process for putting on the rain fly is obscene! Your rain fly design is so much simpler and so much easier to use! You should consider making them and selling them. If you haven’t seen this already, check it out. I’m not sure why they would design something like this that is so complicated and such a pain to use. I think that you might find it entertaining, enjoy ha ha.

    • Thanks for posting the video, I had never seen it before. While I would love to make a living selling home made climbing gear I have calculated the logistics (multiple times) and unfortunately couldn’t support my family on it :/

  14. Logan, u ruined me with your bat hammock review that I saw back in August. I was sitting at a lighting console for a freshman orientation, researching rigging equipment for our theater at USC here in cola town. Caught your video, and then other videos, & always with a joyful smile on your face!!! I’ve been a hiker, hammock /tarp camper, entertainment rigger, so I have enough gear to get up in the trees…& I just bought a fish double so I don’t have to go it solo. Can’t wait to implement the vast amount of knowledge u and the other tree, mountain, cavers have shared on utube. Sooooo… My q’s are: what is the ledge that u commandeered in the river vid? Have u tried under quilt(which I preset on my hammock) with a topquilt? (Jrb brand down were on sale when I was in the market) I’ve awoke cozy with snow on me! & Have u seen “my current srt technique” by caversce I think. Seems like a descent system . Sorry so long winded, but did I mention that u ruined me? Or as we say down here in the south= ruint! Thanx. P.s. I think u should at least find a way to make stormflys for single point hammocks at a production level. Yours looks better & lighter.

    • Hey I appreciate the feedback! The circular portaledge in the river video is a custom build from a local friend. I have not tried an underquilt before (money reasons!) but I have no doubt that it would be super awesome to use them with a hammmock. But I can’t think of any way to make an underquilt work on a portaledge since it would droop away from the middle.

      And I have considered starting a treecamping gear business many times. It only makes sense considering my father and grandfather both started their own businesses and I have many connections including the dude in the river video who has tossed around the idea of partnering up. I just don’t know if I am willing to sacrifice the time!

  15. Love your videos man! Getting the last piece of my gear this week and (safely) going to try it. I love hammocking and I also love biking! I have a Trek cyclocross bike mainly, and bikepack with my fatbike, so naturally tree camping makes sense. I’d love to buy a tree fool sticker as well if you have any extra to spare.

    • Hey Josh let me know how your first climb goes! I won’t be sending out any more stickers for a week or two because I have a lot of stuff going on at work and home but I will add you to my list.

      • Will do! What do you suppose is the smallest diameter limb/branch you would anchor to? Hardwood of course. I’ll have to dig my gopro out again!

      • I am no expert on tree strength which is why I ALWAYS anchor my portaledge to the main trunk. As for choosing a branch to advance your tie-in-point I always go with the rule of “bigger is better” as long as the branch is filled with leaves (or buds in the winter).

  16. Hey logan i just wanted to thank you for introducing tree climbing to me. When I saw your videos I was so ready to start. I asked if I could get some of the gear, because I was only missing the bat hammock. So the first time I slept was pretty awsome but also scary at the same Time I wanted to send you some pictures or videos of the adventures, of an I forgot to mention that I’m from Poland, Europe. Thanks again Dawid

  17. Hi Logan
    I got very inspired by your treefoolishness and couldn’t stop working till I had my own portaledge. This is a vid of the first night out there in a tree.

    Thanks for your inspiration and I’ll keep you informed, if there is something happening worse to inform.

    Good look and be safe too πŸ™‚


      • Hi Logan
        Thanx for the answer. you mean the lines and so? I will make one soon πŸ™‚ Can I also post pictures here?
        By the way, I’m thinking hard about waterproof connection between the tent and the anchor rope. I tried one solution and sat all of a sudden 15 cm lower. The self build fimo parts didn’t hold 😦 I knew, there was no danger, because the construction didn’t break the connecting rope between the tree and the portaledge. But it still was a moment of Β«what the hell is going on…Β»

        Another question: I seems as if you are connected to the ascender rope during the night. I fixed my camp with a 10mm rope and a carabiner at the branch. Then I hooked a sling (or do you call it runner?) the carabiner and then hooked myself finally into the sling. I consider it as safe. What do you think? Are there specific reasons to keep attached to the ascender rope?

        So far for now. Have a nice day. Sincerely Pascal

  18. Hi Logan, I just landed on your videos; I was hypnotized for your excellent work and humour. i am wondering if you have a tutorial about branch sizes; I mean any recommendation about safety when you hang on a branch according to kind of wood and diameter.


    Carlos Abellanosa

    • Ahh, sorry for the delayed reply. My son is the ultimate time consumer, haha. I get asked this question a lot and the truth is that I do not feel comfortable making a video about branch sizes and safety because I have never had any formal training in this area. To be honest, I think there are a lot of working arborists who have never had any training in this area either and I have never come across any videos discussing it. Maybe check out some of the books on Sorry I could not better answer your question.

    • Yes, lately any day that I have off of work I spend it catching up on sleep. My wife and I are finally figuring out how to plan our freetime with the new kid so hopefully I will be going on one in the near future. I have a friend who has been begging me to take him into the canopy so it needs to happen πŸ˜‰

  19. Good afternoon, dear friend!
    I collect my PORTALEDGE.
    And I had a question: what material did you use for
    To create Double Portage? (Oxford, what is the density and thickness of the filament?)
    Thank you for your work !!! Waiting for an answer…

  20. Thank you.
    In Russia, in a region where I live hard to get the right materials. ((
    But I do not despond. Tubes and corners already got. It remains to buy cloth.
    I’m looking forward to your new videos !!!

  21. Hi Logan! πŸ™‚

    I want to get into tree camping and am somewhat worried that the grigri might malfunction or break or even just that the biner connectings the grigri to my harness fails, so my question is:

    Would it be possible to attach a secondary safety in front or behind the grigri that in case anything breaks on the grigris part would catch the fall?
    Like a Prussik that is tied into the harness?

    So far anything is working fine, still working the safest way to anchor point as those Aluminium Rappel Rings or Rappels Rings in general are very hard to get or only with 18-22kN.
    So far i am thinking to use 2x platted Steel Rings each rated with 30kN (safety first :P) on a butterfly knot as i can’t come by any stainless steel ones, except if i buy glue-in bolts (rock climbing) and cut one open to get the stainless steel ring…

    Just waiting until it gets a bit warmer and then the camping can beginn ^^

    Wish all the best!
    Maxwell has really grown over the past months, hope thats not due to the GMO Veggie Cuisine (Just kidding!) πŸ™‚

    – Heinrich

    • Ya, he is a chubs!

      One thing you could do is back up the grigri with a prusik that is attached to the tail-side of the rope. You simply attach this to a leg loop with a carabiner. If the grigri fails to lock off the rope the prusik will stop you. When you descend you simply hold on the the prusik loop while the rope is feeding through the prusik (and your hand). But you would have to remove the prusik for ascents unless you used a stopper pulley also attached to your harness. At this time the system is getting ridiculously complicated.

      I prefer using the grigri’s cam as the main lock-off. My hand is the secondary lock-off should the cam fail to engage (pulling the tail-side of the rope down towards your feet will create so much friction that your hand can easily stop a fall should the cam fail to engage).

  22. Hello Logan!
    I saw in your video β€œBat Hammock” and decided to make this myself.
    If it’s not difficult, please send to the mail: photo with the indication of the sizes (in expanded form) and the length of the straps, for more precise manufacturing. (Like sewing belts into a hammock and where they pass).
    I would be very grateful.
    My Portalege is already manufactured. It will be ready soon.
    Very much I ask to throw off a photo or model drawings of this hammock with the sizes.
    Thank you for your work and your positive photos.
    Sincerely, Vladimir.

  23. Hi Logan,

    I am sending you this from about 70′ up in the tree canopy, sitting in my hammock!

    I am in Ruislip woods in England… been set up here for four days now… it’s awsome, and I never would have done it without your website! You are an inspiration, please keep all the great info coming.

    All the best, and keep safe,


    • So epic! I googled “Ruislip woods in England” and the pictures make the forest look awesome. I am glad I inspired you to get up in the canopy πŸ™‚

      • Yup, it is a beautiful place, I am very lucky to live only 10 minutes walk from there!

        I would like to send you some pictures if you are up for it… if you send me an email, I will reply with my kitlist and a few pics.

        All the best and keep safe,


  24. Hey Logan!
    First off I want to thank you for putting out great videos! I’ve had a lot of fun watching them. I worked for a tree removal company a few years ago and wanted to learn how to climb. But I didn’t have the cash, so I kind of forgot about it. Now I’m a bigger kid and after watching your videos I find myself driving around the twin cities going “I want to climb that tree, and that tree, and that tree.” I’ve been looking at gear and I think I know what I want to start. But since I’m a newbie I’m hesitant to make the investment without trying it out. I know you’re probably a busy guy but I was wondering if you could hook me up with some advice. (Pun intended)
    Thanks again for the inspiration!
    Stay vertical buddy

    • Ya man, I have a lot of tutorials up on my website and on youtube. Bare with me while I fix my relationship (or end of relationship) with photobucket and get my photos back online.

      • Will do, I’ve been watching tons of videos and have some stuff on order. I feel like I have a good idea what I should be doing.
        I was wondering what was going on with all the missing pictures, that explains it haha
        Do you have any go to areas in the cities for climbing? I’ve been thinking near shepherd road in St. Paul looks promising!

  25. Hi again Logan!

    Here’s a bit of a stupid question for you… I am using two 15ft lanyards for climbing most of the tree and am wondering what is the best/correct way to store them on my harness so that they don’t get in my way when I am not using them.

    Cheers, keep safe!

    • My arborist friend uses rope clips (not sure where he got them) that you just push bites of your rope into and it stays out of the way. I usually just clip two bites of it into a biner and it stays put until I need it next.

      • Thanks for that, I am currently doing an overhand on a bite the middle of the lanyard. I am also trying to find some sort of clip and will let you know if I find something that works.

        All the best mate and keep safe!

      • Hi Logan,

        I have found that plastic p-clips, one size smaller than my rope and tied on to my harness works excellently!

        All the best and keep safe mate,


  26. HEY LOGAN! Big hidey ho from across the pond in the UK- and a big thanks for all your youtube help. Really was a gold mine and helped me get tree side. Hade spread your name far and wide over hear. I have just got a bat hammock , so am playing with that – its a great well made product – it just those poles, so am now trying to find a solution for the poles popping out – did you solve this, I can keep you informed of my solutions when I get there if you check me out email? thanks a lot Logan, look forward to hearing from you, all my bestest, Danny

    • Awesome! I had some ideas but I have yet to try any of them. One idea is to sew a nylon strap with an adjuster onto the hammock at each end of the pole. Just cinch it tight after the pole is installed and the pole won’t be able to pop out. I also wanted to sew a full length tube but this would be even heavier. Good luck!

  27. Hi Logan!

    Just watched your last video on portaledge vs bathammock vs gathered end hammock…

    As you know, I have not been up in the canopy for long, but I have always been out and about… I just wanted to share with you guys my experience so far. I bought a DD Hamocks Frontline hammock and sewed on four loops of webbing, then bought their jungle hammock spreader poles and their jungle hammock tarp (which is spread over the poles). This makes for a light hammock which I put in a snake skin and so is super easy to haul up and set up! and it is less than Β£100 all in!! (plus the DD underquilt).

    DD Hammocks are a small firm in Scotland and they do quality stuff, I have nothing to do with them, but please take my word for it… the only reason that they are not known worldwide is that they only give the dimensions to their hammocks in metres… I have told them!

    All the best and keep safe people!


  28. Hey Logan, I’m a big fan of your videos and lifestyle! Thank you for putting in your time and energy and spreading the vegan word! If you are ever traveling around Belgium, you’re always welcome to stay, and if you are doing some adventure in Europe, please let me know!!

    Greetings from a fellow (tree)climber, bikebacker and long time vegan,

  29. Hey Logan. I have been doing a lot of multi-day and single-night tree camping trips lately, and would love to share some of my videos here. I have been bikepacking and unipacking on my Coker 36er, and have just come back from a three-day unicycle-backpacking-treecamping-working-and-school trip… It was a blast! I have pictures I can email you from any of my videos.

  30. Logan, I recently stumbled across your tree adventures and have become hooked!! I am having trouble finding a suitable cot for my DIY portaledge due to the discontinuation of the cabin cot. I am needing something roughly 76 inches long with the same structural stability (I will be back packing it in sometimes several miles)do you have any ideas or suggestions any help would be greatly appreciated thank you sir ~ stay frosty -Andy-

    • I don’t have any ideas. I had the same issue (needed an extra long cot). But all of the cots above 72″ that I could find were made of steel or not the right design for hanging. I lucked out when I found some old cots at the ambulance station I work at. It was a room full of emergency cots, aluminum, 78 inches long, super simple and light.

    • Hey Andy! I had similar trouble finding a cot that could be taken apart, or at least modified to be taken apart, but ended up finding this one:

      This is an 84 inch version, but has the same basic design as the one I used, which is the 72 inch version of this brand and model of cot. Here’s a video of me using it on my favorite tree behind my grandma’s house:

      The video isn’t the best, and I plan to make an instructional video in the future on how I made it, but you can see the basic concept here. The only downside is that you’ll have to have 4 attachment points on each side, but that just made me feel more comfortable with it. I also used climbing spec webbing, which is super excessive, so you could shave off even more weight with something smaller. I hope this helped!


  31. Hi Logan,
    Thanks so much for your inspirational site! I’m from the Blue Mountains in Australia and have just come back from my first overnight camp 10 metres (33 feet) in the canopy. I did an arborist course last year and have climbed recreationally since then, but it has taken me over a year of dreaming about sleeping in a tree before I finally decided to do it, getting the courage to do it after discovering your site. Just like your first tree camping experience, I fell asleep with a huge smile on my face! I can email you photos if you’re interested. If you ever visit Australia please let me know. Keep up the amazing work!

  32. Hey TREE FOOL thanks again for the stickers my house address is 851 East Powell Avenue 47713. David Sullivan

  33. Hi man! I literally love what you are doing. I’m thinking about leaving my country for a very long long trip in which I would camp on trees. After hours of researchs for the best compromise I found a bivy hammock Crua Hybrid. The total weight for Hammock, pad and sleeping bag should be 4,5 kg and all for 250 €. What do you u think about it?

    • I have never had experience with one before but it looks pretty awesome. If I was going on a “long, long” adventure though (2 months?) I would probably just get a regular tent to lighten my weight and make life easier. It is fun to play in the trees but doing it every day for your home would probably get tiring.

  34. Treefool, good work carrying the DIY torch. We of the D4 team appreciate the acknowledgement of our innovations, such as the new curved corner, hybrid diameter, bullet joiner compact folding frame design, the design makes it even easier for DIY ledges. One more for your recent list: the new D4 Octapod now listed on the page. Hope to get in touch sometime. cheers (EMAIL)

  35. Hi, I’m wanting to get into tree climbing and camping, and I have one big question. I see in one of your tutorials that a static rope is needed, but could you theoretically get by with a dynamic rope? The only downside I see is it’s just less effecient, but I think that the cost would make up for it. What are your thoughts?

    • Actually I think it is cheaper to buy a static rope vs a dynamic rope but since most climbers who want to try tree climbing already have a dynamic rope I recommend they start on that. It will suck when climbing long distances but if you just want to try tree climbing a dynamic rope is just as safe as a static rope assuming it is the proper diameter and in good condition.

  36. Hi Logan,
    my name is Andrea Augusti, I’m writing from Italy.
    I’m started to practice treeclimbing for hobby. I’m a designer, and I have planned a new treehouse model. I need to use treeclimbing technique for assemby the treehouse on a tree.
    I need to ask you some question. Can you give me your direct mail? or if you prefere, we can chat with facebook.
    Thank for now and ” be safe ”..

    • Hello Andrea, I can answer your questions through the website. This allows other people to see your question and my response so that everyone can learn together (and so that my mistakes can be fixed by other arborists).

  37. Hey Logan, my name is Owen. Im a junior in high school and I’m running out of trees to climb, i’ve climbed all the ones in my back yard and many in the 5 miles of woods near my house. I don’t have a GoPro or anything so its hard to film them but I have some crazy high pics over looking my neighborhood. it wont let me link the photos here for some reasons but it will let me email them.
    anyway, love all the videos and “be safe” especially jumping on those rocks in the latest video….

  38. Hey Logan,

    Question about portaledges – Without the spreader bar, is 1.125 (with 1 inch joiners) aluminium tube stable enough? What main fabric do you recommend you use with this setup (I’m looking at really tough fabric over 1000d but think it may be overkill?). I am looking at making your portaledge of love in the dimensions of a single (and then as a double if it’s a success). Vegan love to you brother πŸŒ΄πŸ‘Š

    • Hey Simon! Thanks for the vegan love! I think if you keep the ledge as short as possible you could pull off 1.125 main tubes. I use 400d pack cloth from rockywoods cuz it is CRAZY cheap. 1000d would be horrible to carry and way overkill imo.

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