ALPS Mountaineering Camp Creek 4 Tent

ALPS Mountaineering Camp Creek 4 Tent
ALPS Mountaineering Camp Creek 4 Tent
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Camp Creek 4 Tent by ALPS Mountaineering
You're bound to run into all sorts of weather if you're spending a week exploring Canyonlands National Park. Sure, you'll spend most of your time away from the campsite, climbing top-notch cracks, exploring desert trails, or riding your bike along the White Rim, but you'll want cozy shelter when the winds fill your dimples with sand, or the occasional rainstorm forms across the desert. For all those times you can't be climbing, hiking, or biking, you and three others can find shelter in the Alps Mountaineering Camp Creek 4 Tent. This tent is large enough for all four of you to stand, lounge, and sleep while you wait out the storm, and the factory sealed fly and durable fiberglass frame ensures the inside stays dry and the tent remains upright when that storm gathers strength as it crosses the Colorado River.

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SKU: ALM003N
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