Kelty Trail Ridge 6 Tent
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- Packaged Weight 14 lb. 12 oz.
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 96 x 120 x 72˝
- Number of Poles: 4 Type: DAC DA17 Aluminum
- Freestanding design
- Taped seams on floor and fly
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Looking for a spacious interior? The Trail Ridge incorporates a multi-diameter pole configuration that enables the walls to stay steep and aggressively arch toward the top for a much larger livable space. This ideal family tent also has two equal-sized vestibules flanking each end for easy entry/exit and plenty of storage.
Looking for a spacious interior? The Trail Ridge incorporates a multi-diameter pole configuration that enables the walls to stay steep and aggressively arch toward the top for a much larger livable space. For more space, this tent includes two equal-sized vestibules for plenty of storage. Other features include mesh wall panels, taped floor seams, clip-and-pole-sleeve construction, internal storage pockets, and noiseless zipper pulls. Waterproof fly keeps out moisture.
- Freestanding design
- Continuous pole-sleeve construction
- Clip and pole sleeve construction
- Taped floor seams
- Gear-loft loops
- ArcEdge floor
- Mesh wall panels
- Internal storage pockets
- Noiseless zipper pulls
- Taped seams
- Side-release tent/fly connection
- Fly vents
- Noiseless zipper pulls
- Guyout points
- Seasons: 3
- Number of doors: 2
- Number of vestibules: 2
- Capacity: 6
- Minimum weight: 13 pounds, 13 ounces
- Packaged weight: 14 pounds, 12 ounces
- Floor area: 80 square feet
- Vestibule area: 22 square feet plus 22 square feet
- Dimensions: 96 by 120 by 72 inches (L x W x H)
- Packed diameter: 9 inches
- Packed Length: 25 inches
- Number of poles: 4
- Pole type: DAC DA-17
- Wall material: 68D polyester
- Floor material: 68D nylon, 1800 mm
- Fly material: 75D polyester 1800 mm
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Given the construction of the main tent, which is all mesh after the first foot or two of light nylon, you wouldn't think the heater would make much difference. But the tent fly held in enough heat to keep us comfortable. I believe the extra moisture flowed out of the mesh and out under the fly - there was no condensation dripping in our faces in the morning. A glance at the top of the fly showed a couple of small pieces of ice had formed on the outside, but they eventually melted and ran off the sides. The stakes held and the fly stayed on through the high winds. We would have been in serious trouble if that had blown away. We propped up one of the two air intakes at the top of the fly - that was sufficient for air flow.
The zippers seem sturdy - we will know for sure as time goes on. The floor is very thin, as other reviewers have noted. A rock got under it, I tripped on the rock, and sure enough, there is a little hole now. I will be checking the Kelty site for patch recommendations. I assume the light floor is to help lighten the weight if you are backpacking - the matching footprint is also very lightweight.
It took two of us to run the long poles through the guides and fit the ends into the holes on the straps. This is our first new tent in a long time, and we were impressed with the ingenious way the ends snapped into the holes. There is a lot of tension created by the poles (be careful they don't snap back at you), but once everything is in its place, the tent is very sturdy. There are four small bags on the inside of the tent for water bottles, flash lights, medicine - anything you might need quickly during the night. A large mesh piece ties onto the four corners inside in the center at the top and it can hold books, maps - light items that you might also need at hand. There is plenty of headroom for the average-height person when you stand up in the tent (I am 5'4, my husband is 5'10), but a six-foot-tall person would not be uncomfortable.
Larger vestibules for the two doors would have been nice as another reviewer mentioned, but given the overall design and clever touches of this tent, I would buy it again - and we are looking forward to future trips with it.
1. Make sure you have something under the tent when you set it up to save the floor.
2. Don't use a cot or chair inside with feet that can poke holes in the floor.
3. A queen-sized air bed like we used this first time is too big. It forces you up against the mesh walls to change your clothes. You don't want to snag that mesh. It is rather delicate, and snagging it will give bugs a way in.
4. As another reviewer mentioned, he brought extra line to hold the fly away from the tent. I would consider running two like that from one side, over the top poles, to the other side and staking them out. It's not critical, but some of us have woken to the slow drip of condensation on our faces. It makes a real, lasting impression.
5. And this is probably the most important - buy some extra stakes. We bought the glow-in-the-dark stakes offered on Amazon. They don't really glow that much, but they are very strong and sturdy. The stakes that come with the tent are standard issue - kind of light weight, easily bent. Between the footprint, the tent, the extra ties on the fly, and staking down a tarp in front of the door, we used the stakes that came with the tent AND all the new glow-in-the-dark ones.
This tent is a breeze to pitch. There is a YouTube video of the process, and it really is as simple as it looks. It folds up tight and all stows easily in the included sack.
The poles across the top increase the height towards the edge of the tent, making it much more comfortable for me to walk around in (6' 2"). Held up for a few years of camping, highly recommend.