DD Adventure Blog
Journals and guides from the DD Hammocks team and special guest writers - read through the blog entries for exciting expedition reports, helpful camping tips, and inspirational photos of set-ups and spectacular scenery across the whole world!
Photo feature: Best of 2015
Welcome to the DD Adventure Blog, and our brand new website! It’s been a long time in the works but we’re really pleased that we can finally show you what we’ve been up to.
Over time we’ll be posting a whole array of journals, tips, news, guest articles and much more to the blog - and we wanted to kick it off with a collection of our favourite photos sent in by DD enthusiasts all over the world. We’ll start with a round-up from a very big year for us: 2015!
Dan Payne's yurt with a DD tarp porch
Martin Dlabaja's tarp-tent in Skye, Scotland
Dominic Burrow & Steph Higgins tarp-camping in Nepal
Mark Skiba camping in the Peak District: "Nothing is more magical than camping in deep snow, being dry, warm and with a whisky in your hand."
Garry packing extra-light on his coast-to-coast UK bikepacking adventure from Whitehaven to Scarborough. "Who needs a tent?"
The Top Hat Explorers in Turkey during the Mongol Rally 2015 - continuing the tradition from when DD owner Nick went in 2009! With a car rig for their hammocks, they drove from England to Mongolia to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Jason Clark bikepacking in Oxfordshire, UK
Remko and Wouter (photo by Herjan) sheltering under their DD tarp in the wilds of Norway. Watch the video from their expedition here!
Pavel nestled under his SuperLight Tarp on a snowboarding expedition in Czech Republic
Peter Ferencik takes in an epic vista from his Camping Hammock in Slovakia
Thank you everybody who made 2015 special by sharing their experiences with us.
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About the writer
DD's former content writer, Jocasta is never far from a beach, the woods or a set of mountains. When she's not illustrating or writing, she's exploring Scotland and spotting wildlife.