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Your family's mountain base camp isn't complete until you pitch the six-person Mountain Hardwear Corners 6 Tent and light a campfire. With this much room, everyone gets their own space inside this large, freestanding, three-season tent. And, with its two doors and vestibules covering them, there's even more dry space outside for your muddy boots and wet pack.

  • Water-repellent fly and floor fabrics protect your bunch of campers from rain showers and dew
  • The Tension Arch design uses a unique pole configuration to add tension to the canopy and increase the tent's strength
  • Once erected, the aluminum poles' four-holed hubs maximize interior space and create a tall ceiling (87in)
  • Mesh panels provide ventilation while you wait for the muggy morning fog to dissipate
  • Front vestibule provides a huge 34 square feet of dry space, and the rear provides another 16 square feet to store packs, shoes, and other essentials
  • Pitch Light feature means you can set up the poles, fly, and a footprint (sold separately) to reduce weight in calm weather
  • The clear, UV-resistant SVX window lets you check the weather without heading out into it
  • Reflective loops and starting points make pitching quick and easy during storms or late arrivals at camp
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Large and in-charge

    We use this tent for family camping or as a large base camp tent for group excursion trips. Set up is a two person job, but it is very easy. It took less than 2 minutes to get the tent up and another two minutes or so to get the fly on. The tent is nearly 7 feet tall at its apex allowing for ample standing room. The interior is seriously roomy and can easily fit six individuals relatively comfortably. We have plenty of room for an air mattress, crib and area for the three year old to sleep. The vestibule is roomy enough for multiple backpack and/or a dog. I have not yet had it out in heavy winds, but I assume you want to try to avoid really heavy wind given the height and the size of the walls. The only "rain" we have encounter was 20 mins of sprinklers in a backyard campout - not a drop came in given direct buffeting from multiple sprinklers. The inside has a number of nice pockets and amenities for storing goods. Overall, this is a great tent.

    Perfect Family Tent

      We use the Corners 6 for family camping (car camping mostly) and not only do we love it, but others always comment on it as well. It is huge, but also very well made and capable of withstanding some nasty weather. It is fairly simple to erect and the pole pattern is self explanatory. The main problem with getting it up is that it is so high that it can be hard to get the fly over the top, although with two people this isn't an issue.

      The connection between the long poles and the shorter sub poles could use some reinforcement as we have already broken two of the plastic parts. That said, it doesn't seem to matter as they stay in place without the connector.

      Tents in this category (big family style) aren't really made to take a lot of wind, and this tent is no exception as it has such large sides. It can be tethered down, but finding a sheltered place to set it up in the first place is the best choice.

      I was wondering if you have tried to contact the company about the plastic pieces breaking on the "short" poles. I am really concerned about that detail on the design. I am replacing a fantastic "clip" style tent that we have used for 22 years from Eureka and since it had a "bathtub" floor that always kept us bone dry in the worst weather, I am also concerned about the seam this tent has along the ground. We are determined to get another "clip" style tent and this tent is super easy to set up in that fashion, but if there is a problem with the pole design and if it doesn't keep us dry, what is the point? I suppose I could turn on the sprinklers and give that a try !!!

      Hi Susan - I haven't contacted MHW about the plastic swivels breaking, mainly because it doesn't really affect anything on the tent. In a way, it almost makes it easier to set the tent up without them - you just install the cross poles (standard tent design) and then go around afterwards and clip the small poles in. These small poles basically give you more headroom by adding "corners" to the tent, which is probably where it gets its name.

      I haven't noticed any floor leakage, so I can't really speak to that, plus, we use it mainly in Utah, which is really dry.

      I did use this tent the past weekend and once again was very happy with it - it is huge, well built and well detailed with lots of nice little storage pockets, etc..

      Corners 6 - Interior

      "Large" doesn't even begin to describe the size of this tent! We use a full-size inflatable mattress, add a baby crib and an area for a 4 year old to sleep, and still have room to stand up and walk around inside. (The dog is not allowed in!)

      Corners 6 - Interior

      Love this tent

        Though quite large, this tent is easy to assemble (so far it's a 2 man job) and is a joy to use. Nice amenities inside such as the corner pockets for "stuff". It came with a nice carry bag w/shoulder strap. Best of all is the ample headroom inside when standing.

        Is this tent waterproof at the floor level....

        Is this tent waterproof at the floor level. Why didn't they make it with a "bathtub" floor?!!
        Have the plastic pieces on the poles broken for anyone else and after how much use?

        Are there fabric covers that zip to cover...

        Are there fabric covers that zip to cover the mesh on the doors and windows?

        I camp in the desert and the beach - wind driven dust easily sifts through the mesh.