Madre Chronicles

The Windy Trip: Hanging on at Sadler's Creek State Park

 

Swedes on Kauai: An Epic Day Hammocking in Hawaii!

The Best Day on Kauai with My Nubé "Swedish Tom" Evertsson traversed Kauai, one of Hawaii's most stunning islands, while hammock-cam...

Lycian Way: A Tale of Two Brothers Hammock-Camping in Turkey

Hiking an Ancient Path  Soner Kubat and his brother, Bekir Kubat, hiked Lycian Way in Turkey, an ancient footpath built by an ancient, Bronze-...

SMr Gear on the Appalachian Trail: Part II

Finishing the Journey After I made it through the halfway mark I had the pleasure of hiking the beautiful Shenandoah Valley in Virginia where I...

SMr Hammock Gear on the Appalachian Trail: Part I

Appalachian Trail Thru-Hike Chad "Octo" Haynes enjoys sunrise at Zealand Cliffs, New Hampshire in a chivey - green Pares hammock. Pre-Hike Pack ...

Fit for the Rugged Trail: The Nubé Stratos Hammock Shelter on the AT

2016: Hammock Camping Life on the Appalachian Trail Erik Barstow Tests the Grit of the Nubé Stratos Marine Veteran-turned photographer and su...

Nubist Colony Event: Maumelle Park, AR

#NUBIST Colony Event 04/13-04/16 '18 Coming up to our campsite right on the river in Maumelle Park in AR, we were pleased with the gorgeous locat...

Fat Butt Hang: Medoc Mountain State Park Hollister, NC.

5th Annual Fat Butt Hang 03/29-03/31 '18 Finally got to take the van out since the wrap was put on, and it was a hit before I even got to the hang...

Louisiana Group Hang: Indian Creek Recreation Area Woodworth, LA

 Louisiana Group Hang 3/09-03/11 ‘18 Some things just work out… while planning for this hang, I saw a post on a thread saying someone wanted to ...

Adventure Down the Mighty Mississippi River - Nubé Hammock Shelter Gear Review

Last winter I was afforded the great fortune of embarking on an adventure down the mighty Mississippi River via a wooden, 30-foot cypress-built canoe.  This voyager journey, spanning 209 river miles, departed from Vicksburg, MS and was set to arrive in Baton Rouge, LA

Hammock 100 Feet in the Air? Sure! Why not?!

So as we all know hammocks are a great way to keep off the wet ground and safe from the critters. Now, in the tropical rain forest of Costa Rica... just how high would that have to be? I went ahead and got my  Pares Hammock  at just above 100 feet in the Costa Rican canopy and it is AWESOME! The only truly tricky bit is ...