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Wilderness Tents

Canoeing.com Definition: Wilderness tents will go almost anywhere you do, keep you dry, and come home ready for another adventure. Durable and lightweight, they are made of tough fabrics and have excellent ventilation due to a variety of mesh panels and doors. Dome shaped tents keep you dry with full-coverage rain-flys, while A-frame tents combine the rain-fly with waterproof door and window coverings that zip shut. All of the wilderness tents will protect you from inclement weather, but they aren’t suited for heavy snow loads or gale-force winds. For weight conscious canoe trippers the new range of “ultralight” models shed weight by using more mesh and lighter materials.

EXPLORE WILDERNESS TENTS
1-Person Tents
The lightest weight option, these tents are best for solo trips, but may not offer much space for gear.
2-Person Tents
Great for packing light between two people, or for the solo tripper that likes room to move around.
3-Person Tents
Good for two people plus dog or child and gear, most of these tents will fit three adults if some of your gear can be stowed outside.
4+ -Person Tents
These tents fit four to six people, and offer the most headroom and storage space. But, check the weights, these tents can be heavy.
















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