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We get questions in customer service all of the time. One of the biggest ones is, what is the difference between your Megahorn and Octopeak shelters? So we will try to sum it up as simply as possible, hope this helps!
Forest showcase of the 4-person Megahorn Tipi with Wood Stove Jack. This floorless shelter is available in several colors, with optional modular floors or inner tents.
This campsite features the white fabric with a silver pigment on the outside surface and the inside is coated with a UV reflective coating. This is to provide more shelter in extreme heat and the inside reflects more heat when using a wood stove. Adding extra coatings to the fabric also makes it more durable.
Learn how to pitch an inner tent, without setting up the tipi outer tent. This is great for sleeping under the stars, but still having bug protection and a tent floor. Simple and easy to do on your next camping trip!
We get questions in customer service all of the time. One of the biggest ones is, what is the difference between your Hexpeak and Minipeak shelters? So we will try to sum it up as simply as possible, hope this helps!
The Hexpeak is a 2-person teepee that can use trekking poles to setup, which replaces tent poles. It has an all-weather shelter that give you 360 degree protection from the elements, but has the flexibility to pitch at various heights to control ventilation. There is even an option to hang the shelter from the top loop, allowing you to use no tent poles at all. This makes this makes the Hexpeak extremely versatile!
In this tutorial we will discuss setting up the inner tents for our Hexpeak and Octopeak tipis, providing a cozy livable outdoor shelter even in harsh weather conditions. Improve your outdoor experience by following this simple guideline. Let's go camping!
Anchor down your winter camping shelter on snow using these valuable techniques. This style of staking down your tent on the snow, can be used with traditional tents, tarps or teepees. It can be used with almost any shelter design out there. Let's go winter camping!
Let's go over how to set up a teepee without using any tent poles. This is most beneficial for a lightweight hiker who is looking to save weight out of their backpack or someone who wants to set up without a center pole. We hope you find this helpful!
Want to burn a wood stove inside a tent? A shelter must have a safe way for the stove pipe exit the living area of the tent. Mostly because the stove pipe gets very hot, and without using some precautions, the tent wall fabric will melt or burn. The most common way to provide a closable and sealable hole in a tent, is called a stove jack port. This allows you to have the wood stove smoke to exit the shelter, and still not let the cold weather inside where you sleep.
Wood burning camp stoves are small camping stoves that use wood for fuel. These stoves are portable so you can use them for backpacking or general camping. This video demonstrates how to use these kind of stoves inside a tent. The Megahorn Teepee Tent has a removable chimney cap, so that campfire smoke can exit the hole on the top of the shelter.