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ALPS Mountaineering designed the Vertex 4 Tent with an easy-to-assemble, one pole design for quick set-up when you and your crew arrive at the campsite. Yup, this four-person, three-season tent only has a single pole – looks can be deceiving. Simply put the pole together and then attach the tent with the quick clips. No more "does it go through this sleeve or that one?” A 52-inch interior height and 64sq ft of floor space give four campers plenty of room. The Vertex also has dual doors for easy entry and dual vestibules to provide dry storage for extra gear when the clouds open up.

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We are travelling to San Francisco in...

We are travelling to San Francisco in June. Is there anywhere we can have the tent delivered so we can pick it up when we arrive?

Thanks Sarah

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Sarah, Your best bet would be to call or use the "Live chat" feature at the top of the page and talk directly with an expert. They're super friendly an knowledgeable and most likely will be able to ship to an address for you to pick up once you arrive.


Nice & Roomy

    We added a 150lb Great Dane to our pack so we needed a larger tent than our 3 man Marmot Limelight that we use for backpacking. Having just come back from a trip in Lake Superior Park where we used the Alps Vertex4 I can attest to it's functionality and quality.
    It is very roomy for a 4 man tent and the breath-ability was better than I would have though based on a few reviews I read. In 15C temps it was quite comfortable-not sweaty at all. It is also very light for a 4 man tent. The only problem was a small pull/tear in the mesh at one of the top vents-not worth sending back-I will put some tear tape on it.

    Would you recommend this tent for Alaska in August (wet and rainy)? Any advice would be appreciated -- thanks!