The Best Climbing Tree Stand: Reviews of Our Favorites (and Some Safety Tips)
One of the most beautiful aspects of the hunt is sitting on a tree stand, listening to the game and listening to the forest when it wakes up. Sitting high in the trees - this is just a wonderful way to spend a morning, and with a little patience, it can be a great way to face the game.
In this article, we will, therefore, deal with climbing on tree stands. We will introduce the models that we like (hopefully we will find the best climbing tree stand for your needs), discuss the factors that you should consider when choosing, and give some (short!) Tips on using these models. Let's dig in:
Climbing Tree Stands: Quick Summaries
We will discuss it in more detail below. Below you will find our best tips for climbing trees and a brief summary of how individual tips are for private use:
The Gear Gear Extreme Deluxe Climbing Tree Stand: a simple option that is ideal for day trips near the edge of the forest.
The Sentry SD Open Front Climbing Stand of Summit Treestands: the Summit Just-the-Basics climber is a lightweight option that is ideal for bow hunting.
The OL'MAN Multivision Treestand for Gunners and Bowmen: a middle-class selection for hunting rifles and bows with a comfortable footrest.
The Summit Treestands Viper Climbing Treestand: The most popular climbing tree is located on the summit, suitable for both hunting and archery, ideal for long walks.
The Summit Treestand Goliath climbing stand: a comfortable option with additional sitting/standing area, suitable for hunters and archers up to 350 pounds (with equipment) and
The climbing supports Lone Wolf Sit & Climb Combo II: our choice for the best climbing support in general. Well padded, plenty of space to sit/stand, low weight and excellent customer service. In our opinion, the first option for hunters/bowf hunters of all sizes who want to walk for a while before hunting (or not!).