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ALPS Mountaineering Greycliff 2 Tent: 2-Person 3-Season

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    A room for two with a view at every angle.

    Feel the summer breeze in your hair and never miss a glimpse of pristine scenery in the ALPS Mountaineering Greycliff 2 Tent. With primarily mesh walls and roof, you won't miss a thing and you'll optimize your every moment in the outdoors. The durable, strong, yet lightweight fly and floor will come to your rescue when the storm hits. Two doors and vestibules keep this two-person, three-season shelter traffic-free and roomy, so you can have a view and room to enjoy it.

    • Durable 75D 185T polyester fly with UV protection and taffeta floor with 3000mm coating resist the weather for bomber three-season protection and comfort
    • Factory-sealed seams on floor and fly keep damp leaks and chilly drafts from sneaking in
    • Strong, durable 7000-series aluminum poles give lightweight, sound structure to your home-away-from-home
    • Two doors with extra-large zippers and vestibules prevent traffic jams and provide plenty of protective gear storage
    • Sleeps two in a rectangle comfortably
    • Mostly mesh walls and roof keep the air flowing and fresh and let you fall asleep gazing at stars and vistas
    • Pole clips make assembly quick and easy; 7075 aluminum stakes and guy ropes anchor your backcountry home
    • Weatherproof fly buckles on for maximum security and adjustability
    • Mesh storage pocket and gear loft hold and organize gadgets and goodies
    • Item #ALM3086

    Tech Specs

    ⚠️ WARNING
    Cancer and Reproductive Harm -
    [fly] 75D 185T polyester, [body] 75D 185T polyester, mesh, [floor] 75D 185T polyester, PU coating (3000mm)
    Wall Type
    7000-series aluminum (8.5mm)
    Pole Attachment
    Number of Doors
    Number of Vestibules
    Vestibule Space
    17sq ft
    mesh walls
    factory sealed
    Gear Loft
    yes, included
    Interior Height
    Floor Dimensions
    [length] 88in, [width at head] 52in, [width at feet] 44in
    Floor Space
    31.5 q ft
    Packed Size
    6 x 20in
    Trail Weight
    5lb 3oz
    Packed Weight
    5lb 15oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
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    Good tent

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I have taken this tent car camping in Joshua tree, and backpacking up in eastern sierras. It is a solid tent, that is plenty spacious for me (5'10") and my 6'6" buddy. The vestibules give enough room to keep your pack and out of the elements. It is roomy, easy to set up, has had no condensation problems, has stood up to strong winds. I like this tent and would recommend it to others.

    A true 3.5 season tent!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Yeah, that's right. 3.5 season tent for under $200. I've had this tent for several years now, and it's held up to all kinds of conditions in ALL seasons high in the North Cascades. It's a super-easy setup with color-coded pole ends since it's not a symmetric design. The construction is durable and tough. I've spent some nights on really rough ground, and never poked a hole through the floor. In the wind and rain, I've always stayed dry. Stake it out good and this thing might get you through a hurricane. Even when camping on snow, I don't use a footprint or tarp and have never had problems.

    There are something like eight integrated mesh storage pockets, to keep your small gear organized and accessable in the backcountry. The vestubles are plenty roomy to fit all of your big items (pack, boots, stove, etc) even when the weather's bad. I've never had splashback problems in downpours, and ventilation is great.

    Just a couple negatives. It's a bit heavy for one person to carry, but shouldn't be a problem if you explore the outdoors with a friend! Interior space is a bit cozy for two people, just enough room for 2 side-by-side regular size sleeping pads, with a little extra space at the head/foot for extra storage. Head room is also a little lacking. Since the mesh goes all the way to the floor, it doesn't stay very warm inside on those cool/cold nights. Overall these things are worthy concessions to make for such a tough, versetile little tent.

    After dozens of adventures with this tent over the past 3 years, it was finally time to retire it at the end of my 2017 summer season. Still fully functional, but a little dirty and tired. The body's mesh was showing signs of stress and wear. Let's not kid anybody though, I used and abused this tent. After all of it though, it really could have kept going. But there's a time you have to say... Maybe it's time to give another tent a chance to win your heart over. plus, you gotta look good out there ;)

    Bottom line is, if you demand a tent that will perform when you need it the most, get it. There's no better deal out there (this thing is CHEAP for how much use I've gotten out of it)!

    Photo is of my first ever backpacking trip, which I did with this tent, to my favorite place in the world. Enjoy!

    A true 3.5 season tent!

    Nice tent for the price

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Really easy set up, pretty sturdy. Bends in high winds, but hey, it's a tent. Nice and roomy, definitely enough for two people (who are comfortable sleeping next to each other).

    good tent for the price

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    while this is on sale it's a good deal. I got mine off of stee and cheap a about 4 years ago. has plenty off space for two people, my wife and I are both 5'9" and had plenty of side to side wile room. my only complaint is that the bottom footprint could come up a little higher on the sides since the body is mostly mesh. used it on an easter weekend which still had snow on the mountains, cold wind blew right under fly and into tent. I would call it more of a 2.5 season tent. over all very happy with it. will look into a less mesh tent for colder spring and fall weather

    Durable, spacious

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This tent is perfect for my partner and I, whether we're backpacking, car camping or bikepacking. I think eventually we'll upgrade to something a little lighter but for now it's just what we need and in our price range. The vestibules are big enough that all our gear fits underneath them and we don't have to keep much inside the actual tent. We've done rain storms and nights below 30 degrees in this thing and never had a worry. All in all, we love it -- great tent at the price.

    Awesome value

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This tent is fabulous. We have used it in rain, wind, hot and chilly temps (down to about 25 degrees). For the price, you can't beat it.

    Withstood some intense winds with no problem (see photo!), we didn't get wet in the rain, and a little bit of condensation under the rain fly in the cold, but not in the tent.

    Size: It's big enough for 2 tall, snuggly people (6'2" and 5'10"), but as typical with a "backpacking" tent, you don't have a ton of space to lie spread eagle. Certainly enough to sleep comfortably. I don't suggest this as a backpacking tent if you're counting ounces. It doesn't pack as small as I'd like and there are some better options. For a short trip or a warm trip (where you can leave the fly at home), it'd be great.

    Pro tips: 1) If 2 people are sleeping in a tent, you need 2 doors. Hands down. 2) We love sleeping without the rainfly when it's warm! We put it half on for those inbetween nights. 3) We use a tarp as a footprint, when needed.

    Takeaway: Do your research. The specs for this tent are very similar to other, more expensive options but it performs just as well!

    Awesome value

    Solid Tent

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I haven't had the opportunity to use this other than one weekend trip and a week-long climbing trip, but I have so far been quite impressed. The set-up is plenty quick and easy. It's spacious for a two person, with enough headroom to not feel claustrophobic if you have to hide out in it for a day. The high proportion of mesh is nice for warmer nights, and the rain fly is very effective in the moderate rain I have used it in thus far. The two entrances are my favorite feature, as they make it easy for two people to share without getting in each other's way. The two medium-sized vestibules are big enough for a moderate pack and my shoes. When I used it solo I just kept all my gear inside, and there was more than enough room even with all my climbing gear taking up a substantial amount of space.

    I would highly recommend it for any kind of camping other than ultralight backpacking. It's light, but not that light. I'd be perfectly happy using it for something like a long BWCA trip where weight is a concern, but not so much so that I start counting ounces.

    Great Tent

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    My girlfriend and I purchased this tent in April 2013 with the intent to use it back country camping.

    Just last weekend we were caught in a severe thunderstorm in Riding Mountain National Park in Manitoba, and hid in the tent until it passed us over. The tent stayed almost entirely leak free, a couple small leaks where the fly has velcro to add some strength by attaching to the poles (they're not necessary for set-up). These leaks could and will easily be solved with some seam sealant from MEC when I head to Calgary this weekend.

    Other than that, the tent is light and incredibly roomy. Easily enough room for two people comfortable with each other and a dog. If the two man is this size, I'd even consider going to a one man for less weight next time.

    After the thunderstorm passed last weekend we were able to lay in the tent with the fly off and watch the lightening in the distance and the stars above us, which is the best part about the tent being almost entirely mesh!

    For a footprint, I had a hard time finding an ALPS one, so I got the foortprint for MEC's Twin Peaks tent, and it fits perfectly.

    Love this tent!!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this tent for a steal off S&C, used it for multiple days of car camping. First time it was just me and the pup, plenty of room for gear and the dog bed. Second time I brought my roommate and the pup and still there was plenty of room. She has a large REI basecamp mattress while I use a Thermarest Prolite, and even side by side they allowed for about 3-4 inches on either side. We are both of average height 5'4" and there was about a foot of space at the bottom of the tent. The tent itself is about 75% mesh which makes for a nice bug tent when out in hot weather and you want to take a nap. However, at night we threw the rainfly on and it still stayed rather nice- not too stuffy and not too cold. Having two doors is awesome , so no one has to climb over the other to get out, especially in the middle of the night. Plenty of gear space if you need it in the vestibule. Comes with a gear locker to place in ceiling of tent for headlamps, meds, phones, and there are mesh pockets in each corner of the tent. The crossbar across the top really helps to make you feel like you're not in a tent but in a giant cave, one can easily sit up without hitting their head on the tent ceiling. Only downfall is the mesh seems a bit thin and there's already a hole from the dog, guess it's to be expected.

    PROs: lightweight (5lbs for 2 people?), airy, roomy, mesh screens for hot summer camping, afternoon naps away from bugs, stargazing on your back in your tent, double door access, large vestibule space

    CONs: mesh doesn't really seem too durable and it makes up most of the tent body.

    Overall, VERY VERY pleased with the purchase.

    Love this tent!!

    Do I need a footprint for this tent? If so where can I get one?


    Brandon, I found the footprint on some other sites around the internet. CampMor specifically had it. I usually dont use the foot print unless I am car camping. It does help with overall durability of the tent but, the weight is a no go for me if I am backpacking. An alternative is to find a cheap blue tarp, thats what I normally use when I am car camping.

    If you have anymore questions feel free to send me an email or call my direct line!

    Unanswered Question

    Do I need a footprint for this tent? If so where can I get one? (I'm from australia)