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"I decided to go to Stonewall Peak to practice setting up and sleeping overnight on my portaledge. Stonewall Peak is great for this because the summit offers a quick "bail out" option, as is standard when learning to set these things up and using them for the first few times.

First you start with something simple like a tree, then work your way up to large things before you use it on a climb that actually requires one."

-Tyler Reeves @tylercreeves

 
Gear List:

Tent - Metoluis Single Portaledge

Camera - Canon 5DMII

Lens - Rokinon 24mm F1.4

 

Jones Lake

Located in the Skagit Range in the lower mainland of British Columbia, Jones Lake (also known as Wahleach Lake) offers super-scenic camping at the start of the region’s efficient hydro-power source.

Second Beach Sunset

Beach camping in Olympic National Park – if you’ve done it, then you already know. If you haven’t, then picture yourself soaking up that brilliant sunset and you’ll be heading to the PNW in no time.

Lower Twin Lake

The “lesser” known Lower Twin Lake is a seemingly private camping experience along the trail to the centerpiece of Lassen Volcanic National Park.