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Do you Eno? I do. This is what you should know about the Eno Hammock

It is not a secret that I like adventure.  I would much rather be outside doing something active than be cooped up inside watching TV.

One of my favorite things to do is hike.

One, because I love nature photography and two, because it gets all my puppy’s energy out which I desperately need to keep sane.

But, once you’ve gone on a nice long hike, do you allow yourself time to sit and enjoy the views? If you’re anything like me, the answer may be not necessarily.

relaxing in the eno

This is not a sponsored post. Just me. Enjoying my Eno. The post does contain affiliate links.

Then I heard of the Eno hammock and my life was changed.

I believe this product is a MUST HAVE for your next hiking trip. It has taken hiking from a great to amazing experience for me and I can’t get enough.

Enjoying the Eno Hmmock after a hike.

Eno has changed my hiking life, and here are four reasons why.

1. Eno provides a place to sit.

There is absolutely nothing worse than hiking miles and getting to where you were hiking and realizing that the ground is all soggy and gross making it impossible to sit and enjoy yourself. Well, all you have to do is pull out your super light-weight Eno and hook it to a tree and you have a seat/bed!

2. Eno provides a place to relax.

After a week of work stress there is nothing I would rather do than lay down and just relax, but, like I said previously I hate being inside. The Eno hammock gives me an opportunity to be outside, but not have to do hardly anything!

3. Eno provides a place to sleep.

I absolutely love camping, but have you ever wanted to camp somewhere that maybe wasn’t a campground? Same. Eno’s give you the flexibility that tents don’t, you can literally hang them ANYWHERE.

4. Eno provides a place to worship.

Finding quiet time with God is difficult when you’re distracted by pretty much everything. I find it easiest to worship when I’m in His creation. Bringing worship music, my bible, my Eno, and my dog (to protect me from the crazies) and hanging in a tree by the reservoir is honestly one of my favorite ways to spend time with our Creator.

Relaxing in the Eno hammock after a hike.

All in all, I’m extremely happy with my purchase of my Eno. I was concerned that it wouldn’t be easy to use but I was wrong. It’s super easy to hook up. Even for someone like me, who is not the best with details. Thankfully, the Eno straps (sold separately) are fool proof and a must! The Eno and straps are such a great investment. I suggest the combination for anyone that enjoys nature as much as I do!

Have you heard of the Eno Hammock? Have you tried this version of hammocking?  

Why the ENO Hammock is perfect for hiking

melody pittmn

Wednesday 20th of September 2017

What a cool post! I can see why you love it so much. What a handy little item. I'm just starting to like hiking so maybe I should consider getting one of these. ;) I'm with Tami, describing your peaceful time spent with our Creator was a special addition. ;)

Tonya Prater

Tuesday 10th of October 2017

My daughter hangs out in her Eno all the time. Definitely a great addition for hiking. When you get tired, you can throw up the Eno and take a break and then admire the landscape that God has created. :)

Robert Ostergaard

Monday 18th of September 2017

OOOH. Love this. Lightweight. Looks comfy, too!


Monday 18th of September 2017

Hammocks really are the best :) Looks like an amazing investment if you spend a lot of time in the outdoors. Thanks for sharing!

Tonya Prater

Tuesday 10th of October 2017

Two of my three kids have them and the other plans to order one soon. And they've convinced their friends to get them too. They're having fun with them and I love how portable they are.


Monday 18th of September 2017

Love that you included worship of our Creator in your review! If it weren't for Him, why would anyof us travel? I love seeing and exploring (and appreciating) everything He's created for us! Protection Status
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