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A tent platform is a floor for the purpose of pitching one or more tents upon. Typically, it is a wooden deck near a hiking trail that provides the hikers a clean and

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Instruction for pitching a Cimarron Platform Tent from the Colorado

may also have a tent hardware pitching kit or a pole set (incl. center uprights and Platform Tents are designed to be pitched on a platform in the configuration

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Marty's Tent Platform Update 10.2011 YouTube

19 Oct 2011 Marty, Executive Director of Whisper Mountain Ministries, stands on the porch of the new building and thanks all those who have made it

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GEAR » Tents for tent platform (N.E.) camping -- BackpackingLight

I use this method on tent platforms, rock slabs and concrete platforms with It's big for one person, and if you pitch only the fly, 2 people can fit

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Pitching a Winter Tent on Snow Section Hikers Backpacking Blog

But pitching a tent in winter, particularly on snow, requires some different gear and on solid ground, the next step is to create a solid level platform to sleep on.

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Section Hiker's Backpacking Blog

I think this is a fantastic development and hope higher-end backpacking tent You don't have to worry about finding flat and level ground to pitch a tent, you

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Tent platforms on Pinterest Platform, Tent and Bell Tent

Explore K's board "Tent platforms" on Pinterest, a visual bookmarking tool the platforms, you pitch your tent and hang on the mountain! the-tent-platform.jpg

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How to Pitch a Tent HowToWilderness.com ™

1 Apr 2012 You can remove surface stones, pine cones and sticks, but gone are the days of digging and excavating a tent platform. Do not dig trenches.

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Bushwalk Australia Wiki Tent Platform

4 Nov 2008 Not only does it provide an easy, flat an clean place to pitch a tent, but they avoid having other nearby areas degraded by over use along

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Is this the most dangerous campsite in the world? Pitching a tent on

26 May 2011 But for these daredevil explorers, scaling cliffs and pitching tents at the height of more than 300 double decker buses is just a normal day at the

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