WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
John with a new application for the Hang Around Winch
Fantastic. In addition to its intended use of making easy work of hanging a Heaven's Trail stand, this winch works great for loading game in the back of my UTV
Looking for an easier way to install a tree stand?
The way we’ve been conditioned to install tree stands for years can be difficult and frustrating. If you’ve installed many tree stands, you know there have been close calls and it’s really hard work. The Hang Around® Winch is at the heart of the Heaven’s Trail® tree stand system and is truly a safer and smarter way to install and uninstall tree stands.Watch the product video
Raise your tree stand effortlessly
No more heavy lifting.
Use a cordless drill and let the worm gear in the Heaven’s Trail Winch do all the work for you.
Safe and easy way to install your tree stand
Stay comfortable and safe from the moment you leave the ground.
We built the winch to help keep you safe when installing a tree stand. Lifting anything 20 feet up off the ground is going to be dangerous. The Hang Around Winch does all the work for you so you can safely and easily install your tree stand.
Trust your tools to get the job done.
The UV protected custom webbing will provide years worth of dependable service. Along with t The 30:1 mechanical advantage the worm gear of the winch provides gives your drill superpowers.
1x Winch specific carabiner
1x Lifting harness
1x Winch Tree Strap
1x Winch specific custom socket
Why We're Better
|Haul your tree stand up to you using a cordless drill||Heaven's Trail|
|Custom extra strong UV protected webbing||Heaven's Trail|
|Easy way to install your stand that’s not going to punish your body||Heaven's Trail|
Discover The One Trip process
Installing and uninstalling a tree stand can be dangerous and difficult. We knew there had to be a better way. So we developed the One Trip Process. A safer and more efficient way to hang a tree stand. That invloves one trip up and one trip down the tree during installation.Learn More About the One Trip process