This series is part tutorial, part survey, and part opinion piece. I have allowed my opinions to come through a bit more strongly than normal here. Consider yourself warned! In Part 1 I defined the essentials of a tunnel tent and show how easy it is to pitch one in bad weather. In Part 2 I explored in more detail some features of a tunnel tent and list them for a number of tunnel tents from around the world. Part 3 consists of mini-reviews for each tent listed.
Hilleberg Nallo 2
Exped Aries Mesh
WE First Arrow
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Research Scientist. Been walking all my life, mainly off-track - we don't have 'trails' here, and I always go with my wife. Summer and winter, lowland and highland, Australia and Europe. Forced into UL gear by heavy packs and increasing age. :-)
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