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Hilleberg Tarra

photo: Hilleberg Tarra four-season tent
Hilleberg says:

THE IDEA BEHIND THE TARRA was to create a kind of hybrid “tunnel dome” model, with a tunnel tent’s usable roominess and the static strength of a dome. The resulting boxy inner tent has near vertical walls, while the four pole structure boasts five crossing points for an exceptionally strong structure. Like its “big brothers,” the 4 person Saitaris and 3 person Saivo, the 2 person Tarra is simple to pitch, makes a fine base camp tent, and is fully capable of taking on the most challenging weather. So, as with the Saitaris and Saivo, the Tarra is often the choice of mountain climbers, and ski or paddle tourers. But its simplicity, strength and roominess also make it quite popular with travelers who take extended trips in remote, rugged locales, and with backcountry walkers, especially those who enjoy travelling in unruly conditions.

“Tarra” describes a steep cliff in Sami, the language of the people indigenous to northern Scandinavia.


Price MSRP: $1,295.00
Current Retail: $1,295.00
Historic Range: $754.69-$1,295.00
Minimum Weight 3.8 kg/8 lbs 6 oz
Packed Weight 4.3 kg/9 lbs 8 oz
Outer tent fabric Kerlon 1800
Poles (10 mm) 4 x 372 cm / 4 x 146.5 in
Pegs 18 Y-Peg


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