Geez, I don't know. I was camped about 150 feet from Evolution Creek near Darwin Creek. To be frank, I did not study the trees for proper limbs. I once spent about twenty years leading backpack trips where we hung bear bags, and I was proficient at it back then. But once bear canisters came out, and then once they became practical, and then once they became semi-required in some places, I have never gone back. In the west end of Evolution near the stream crossing, there were lots of people camping, and then some up nearer the ranger station. At the other end (east) there were almost no people at all, just deer. Of course, the deer will drive you nuts if you don't have your food protected. Also, there are some smaller mammals that will get to your food, e.g. pine martens and long-tailed weasels. You have your best solution, so just go do it.
Assume that some critter will try to climb your tree trunk, go out on the limb, and chew your hanging cord. What are you going to try to do?
I used to tie all of my metal cook gear and pots onto a cord, and then tie it around the tree trunk as high as I could reach. Then I would drop a pebble into each pot. During the night, if you hear that noisemaker, you have a visitor.
Another trick is if you have an old piece of space blanket. You tie that around the tree trunk, and the critter looks at it and thinks, "What is that?"
Just above there at Evolution Lake, there aren't many trees, and just above there, there are no trees at all.