Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp

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Designed to handle extreme wind, snow and rain, the Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp is a durable floorless shelter originally designed for winter expeditions. Campers also found it to be the perfect base camp or mess hall on any trip, in any season.

- CampSaver.com

Designed in conjunction with the team at Alaska Mountain Guides, the Mountain Guide Tarp is a durable group shelter suitable for expedition use or the perfect lightweight addition to an advanced base camp. Reflective guy out points and snow flaps keep this structure stable and roomy no matter what the mountain brings.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

On Sale. Free Shipping. Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp PVC-free seam tape Snow flaps on fly Reflective door trim and guy outs Vent SPECIFICATIONS of the Sierra Designs Mountain Guide Tarp Season: 4-season Capacity: 4+ person Minimum Weight: 5 lbs 13 oz Packaged Weight: 6 lbs 10 oz Floor Area: 109 square feet Interior Peak Height: 89in. Packed Dimension: (L x D): 22in. x 6in. Number of Door: 1 Number of Pole: 1 Number of Stake: 15 Pole: DAC Press Fit Fly Fabric: 70D Nylon, 1500mm

- Moosejaw

Sierra Designs teamed up with the tough guys and gals at Alaska Mountain Guides to design the Mountain Guide Tarp, a rugged and lightweight floorless shelter for group expeditions or base camp comfort. This waterproof, fully seam-taped 70D nylon tarp pitches quickly, using a single DAC Pressfit aluminum pole, and has snow flaps for stability and weatherproofing--just pile snow or rocks on the flaps and they anchor the tent without the need for stakes or guy lines. Of course, there are plenty of reflective guy-out points if you want to use them, along with reflective door trim and a ceiling vent to keep air moving whether you're using the Mountain Guide for sleeping, cooking, or just hanging out.

- Backcountry.com