Summer Adventures with Crazy Creek

Summer adventures are what we wait for all year. The backpacking, hiking, exploring and of course traveling to new destinations to see the world around us. Over the summer, our ambassadors and fans around the world have shown off some amazing places they like to #sitthere and continue to take us on an incredible journey through their photos. Camping chairs are the saviors of many epic trips and we picked a few of your adventures to highlight!

Women sitting in a Crazy Creek Chair with her dog on the edge of a cliff in Gunnison National Park

Photo Credit: @LiveOutsideandPlay

1) Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

Taking off to the Western parts of the United States in Colorful Colorado. Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is described as deep, steep and narrow. Not for those struggling with a fear of heights this national park can sure make you feel itty-bitty compared to the massive cliffs around here. Some activities to make time for on your visit include hiking, kayaking, rock climbing, and exploring various canyon trails! The Gunnison River carved its way through this canyon and left much to explore, plan accordingly!

Group sitting in Crazy Creek chairs around tents and a mountain view

Photo Credit: @alphacharlienomad

2) Mt. Taranaki, New Zealand

Taking you a bitter farther away and a bit down under to New Zealand! Mount Taranaki is a Stratovolcano in Egmont National Park. Recognize this peak?

Fun Fact: Mount Taranaki provided the backdrop for the movie The Last Samurai.

Besides being a famous movie star, this peak is a hiker’s dream through the lush forests of New Zealand. Mount Taranaki is around 120,000 years old and last erupted in 1775, so rest assured your hike should be undisturbed!

Man laying down on the ground with his dog on a crazy creek chair in the desert

Photo Credit: @keira_the_wolfdog

3) Deserts of Utah

While a hot sandy desert may not be your cup of tea for a summer’s day many parts of Utah are a climber’s paradise such as Moab and Zion National Park. If you bring the pups along a Crazy Creek chair turned into a bed is a great option. Make sure to bring gallons of water as that heat is no joke! A great destination for any time of the year Zion National Park in southwest Utah is full of canyon cliffs to hike off and climb your day away. Take note of the weather each day and get an early start to avoid the mid-day heat.

The Hex 2.0 Longback Chair is perfect for outdoor adventures. It’s ultra-light status makes it perfect for longer backing trips and it can even lay completely flat to double up as a snooze pad!

Man sitting in a Crazy Creek chair looking out at Longs Peak from a mountain top

Photo Credit: @south_park_wanderer

4) Longs Peak, Colorado

Longs Peak in Colorado is a popular 14er (a mountain peak with an elevation of at least 14,000 feet) for locals and tourists alike. Seen in the distance in the picture above the peak remains bare as only small shrubs can grow at this altitude and resist the wind that comes with it.  Above 13,000 feet all the routes to the summit require scrambling over difficult and exposed terrain. Many hikes in the Colorado Mountains require some adjustment as altitude sickness can play into effect. If you are flying or driving in from lower elevation make sure to give yourself time to adjust to the altitude and terrain.

Man sitting in a Crazy Creek chair looking out at crystal blue water and a patch of islands

Photo Credit: @goinggoinggonegarcias

5) Orcas Island, Washington

Looking to escape the heat with an ocean dip? Orcas is an Island in San Juan County, Washington.  Horseshoe-shaped Orcas Island is 57 square miles of adventure for the whole family. From kayaking to hiking to laying on the shoreline this island is a great way to escape the hustle of everyday work life. That crystal blue water says it all!

The Hex 2.0 Original Chair is the lightest chair around perfect for traveling or backpacking. Easily clip to your pack for your next outing and enjoy the view in comfort!

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