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Fly Creek HV UL Tent

The Fly Creek HV UL 3-Person Tent stays true to its ultralight appeal that minimalist backpackers love, but Big Agnes upgraded this model with a high-volume design for a roomier night's sleep. Unique to Fly Creek HV tents, DAC's Angle SF Hub works with the Featherlite pole system to provide 25% more head space and 10% more foot room. Apart from a higher volume, the Fly Creek HV UL Tent still features the same waterproof fly and floor, and mesh canopy to keep biting midges out.

The fly creates a dry space to protect your gear from wet weather, and it gives the door a dry entry so you don't dampen your sleeping bag. Big Agnes included eleven superlight stakes, three internal mesh pockets, and gear loft loops to accommodate the Big Agnes Triangle or Entertainment Center lofts (both sold separately). This tent is also compatible for a lighter fast fly setup with the fly, poles, and footprint (sold separately).

  • Ultralight 3-Person tent for minimalist backpacking
  • Waterproof fly and floor protect against sleet and rain
  • Maximized floor plan and roomy interior
  • Dry entry door and vestibule protect gear from rain
  • Three mesh pockets, gear loft loops, and stakes included
  • Item #BAG009N

[fly, floor] nylon ripstop, silicone treatment, polyurethane coating (1200mm), [canopy] nylon, polyester mesh
Wall Type
DAC Featherlite NFL aluminum
Pole Attachment
DAC Angle SF Hub, clips
Number of Doors
Number of Vestibules
Vestibule Space
12 sq ft
mesh canopy
fully taped
Interior Height
41 in
Floor Dimensions
66 x 88 x 60 in
Floor Space
39 sq ft
Packed Size
4.5 x 19.5 in
Fast-pitch Option
Fast-pitch Weight
2 lb 4 oz
Trail Weight
2 lb 15 oz
Packed Weight
3 lb 5 oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

Leaky Rain Fly

I've put it through the wringer

I've had a few BA tents and really like them. After starting my second season with this tent I've decided it's going to go away and I'll be buying a new one. It has a lot of great features with how light it is, but living in costal Alaska it simply can't hold up to a even light drizzle. I've followed setup directions and tried the guy lines in all different angles but the rain fly will always touch the mesh tent body in either light rain or even light wind. When raining it drips right through onto your bag. If it's both windy and raining there is no hope in staying dry. The image shown shows even when pulled as tight as possible it still touches the tent body, shown by the darker colored area where the condensation on the fly was touching my tent. If I lived in a dry climate I'd love this tent, but unfortunately I'm back on the hunt for a new one.

>Rating: 5


I can’t think of a better 3 weight tent for most non winter environments. It is sturdy and handles wind well, has great architecture and living space considering it’s weight, interior space and pack size, breathes very well, and seems relatively durable for such lightweight fabric. With two average sized humans on the big agnes q core Slx regular length pads, we put a thermarest zlite pad (the accordion type) for our two dogs, stretched full length going width wise near the entrance of the tent. With our pads against the back wall, the foam pad fits perfectly between the space left from the our pillows to the door . There is still plenty of room on either side of us to store extra layers and accessories with the dogs at the front of tent. The only thing it’s not best for is car camping when you can afford a larger and heavier tent , and save your tent floor for the treks.i chose this over the tiger wall because it is less dependent on using stakes for the pitch.without staking it in, it is still freestanding but loses some of its interior living space due to a unique reason. The mesh on the tent actually clips onto loops on the rainfly at two points half way up the interior wall. These points are then able to be staked our to literally pull the mesh outwards, expanding the interior living quarters by a discernible amount that is very much wackiness . You’ll be hard pressed to find something that is this light, freestanding and can fit this many bodies without going down to an ultra light tarp rig. Oh, and the pockets rock on the inside.

>Rating: 4

Light & compact

I've put it through the wringer

A great tent- lightweight, top quality materials and construction, with a high volume to weight ratio. I have used this tent in sheltered alpine campsites, the Northeast woods, and winter camping in below freezing temps. I would recommend purchasing the footprint to increase your tent's longevity and to give yourself the option of pitching it in fast pitch mode- just the fly and footprint with poles to reduce weight and packed size. Only minor complaints would a tight but doable fit for 3 people and relatively lightweight materials that you need to treat with care. Otherwise, a fantastic option to go light with all of the conveniences of a full featured tent.

>Rating: 3

Easy, Light, but not for 3.

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

Just used this for 3 nights in the Whites with my brother. It was super easy to set up. And it is really light. But the weight comes at a price. Floor space and headroom. I cannot imagine fitting 3 people into this tent. I suppose you could fit three pads down but only if they were thin and the pads on the sides were literally against the wall. Which creates another problem. The ceiling actually angles in sharply from the sides so if you were up against the side of the tent, you would also be touching the ceiling for at least 6 inches in. Even as a two-man, when you would sit up, your head hits the ceiling unless you are in the center. Of course, I got the 3-man always intending to use it as a 2 since I am aware of the liberties tent manufacturers make with size. But I was disappointed overall in the space. Otherwise a very high quality product and so easy to set up.


Meet the new Fly Creek

This tent has been the go-to model for long-distance and ultralight backpackers for good reason--lightweight, relatively spacious, double wall, freestanding, weatherproof, durable, and world-class warranty. Big Agnes has taken the standard for ultralight backpacking and raised it to a whole new level.


Is this a true freestanding tent? The pic looks like it's still using a single pole center with guyed out rear sides.

Hey! This tent isn't fully free standing -- it's a Semi-freestanding style. For this tent, it means the tent itself will stand up on it's own but the fly needs set up the vestibule and it's guy lines. Let me know if you have any more questions!