How To Hang Your Pack When Backpacking – “Quick Trick”

“Quick Trick” – A simple, yet very convenient way on how to keep your pack and other gear clean and easily accessible during your next hiking or backpacking trip. This simple pack hanger set-up helps tremendously by not only allowing quick & easy access to your camping and backpacking gear, but also keeps your equipment much cleaner… helping you to reduce that pesky post trip clean-up.
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  1. William Boundey says:

    Top tip that bud ๐Ÿ‘will use it on my next trip thanks for sharing atvb bounda!

  2. Tequila Rick 208 says:

    Itโ€™s like a brother I havenโ€™t seen in a while. Thanks for the video and hope to see more.

  3. link2derek says:

    I do the same thing with a smaller stick through the grab-loop at the top of my pack. works great. Thanks for posting this.

  4. Natural Ponds Lakes & Streams by Spring Creek Aquatic Concepts says:

    Great advice.. also, when you hang your pack , do you see that white / yellow spot on the tree bark? That is PITCH. On a warm day you will cuss yourself if you get that sticky pitch on your shoulder straps. The good news is pitch is the best fire starter in the world. When you scrape it off, just stay shallow since it is covering a wound on the tree. It also works great as a bandage when it is warmed up. Cheers!

  5. Bryan Resch says:

    I have that same pack , it's an awesome pack for the money. Thanks for another great tip ๐Ÿ‘

  6. STiR Woodcraft says:

    Great to see your face again, after all this time.

    STiR Woodcraft
    (Formerly MrHatManS)

  7. Bob King says:

    Consider stowing your trekking poles to carry size and using them instead of searching for a stick. Unless of course you have a 1 ton pack or flimsy poles. : )

  8. wishinifishin517 says:

    Something to mention. Donโ€™t pick pine or fur. Gets your pack covered in sap

  9. Up for an Adventure says:

    Great idea. But Iโ€™d add if you can find a tree that isnโ€™t sappy it would be best.

  10. Danny Garden says:

    Good trick but if you have food in it, will be a good thing to take the food out ( it will still smell and attract animals ) Keep the same setup but throw the rope higher on a branch, you can still access it fast and won't be a problem.

  11. Sas Quatch says:

    WAY better setup than how I was doing it! Thanks John. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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