While Idaho is well-known for its endless adventure opportunities, the state is just as distinguished for its diverse seasons and weather patterns. So, when it comes to overnight trips in the great Idaho outdoors, you need to have gear that can withstand any element, any time of year.
After hiking and backpacking – and sleeping on the ground in a tent – for more than 30 years, Marc Bohman was introduced to sleeping in a parachute hammock while adventuring in the Grand Teton Mountains. The experience forever changes his perspective on hammock camping and inspired him to create hammock gear designed to perform in the challenging conditions of the Tetons and beyond.
“Idaho is a great place for my business,” says Bohman. “We are located less than two hours from some of the most beautiful alpine terrain in the country, and I can test my gear in high-altitude conditions and harsh winter weather to ensure it will perform to the highest levels.”
Discover a whole new backcountry camping experience with Teton Hammock.
Idaho Falls, Idaho