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Hyperlite Mountain Gear UltaMid 2 Shelter

$735.00 - $800.00
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Why We Like The UltaMid 2 Shelter

Small, light and fast adventures deserve ultralight, durable shelters optimized for the task. Hyperlite Mountain Gear's UltaMid 2 excels at minimalist solo, two-person alpine climbing and thru-hiking adventures. It's light enough to satisfy dedicated minimalists, yet tough enough to endure harsh winter camping conditions. Made with Dyneema Composite Fabrics—the lightest, strongest, and most waterproof outdoor gear fabric available—this pyramid tent withstands the worst weather conditions, keeping passionate adventurers protected from raging windstorms and heavy snowfall. Although Hyperlite Mountain Gear recommends you utilize adjustable trekking or ski poles for set up, the specially-designed cone peak can also accommodate paddles, sticks, or skis, when we're in a pinch.

  • Minimalist, weatherproof shelter for alpine climbs and thru-hikes
  • Fully seam sealed prevents moisture from seeping in
  • Dyneema Composite keeps bugs at bay and your gear dry
  • Waterproof bathtub-style base ensures protection from wet weather
  • Dual peak vents keep cool air flowing through
  • Waterproof two-way zipper makes for easy entry and exit
  • Sewn-in guyline easily ties back door panels
  • Pitches with trekking pole or ski pole
  • Item #HMG000Q

DCF8 Dyneema
trekking or ski poles
Number of Doors
fully sealed
Interior Height
64 in
Floor Dimensions
107 x 83in
Floor Space
63 sq ft
Packed Size
8.5 x 6 x 5.5 in
Trail Weight
1lb 2oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Pacific Crest Trail durable

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
6` 1"

Used this last year for 2,650 miles on the pacific crest trail. The tent was a dream, and outperformed my expectations, it even sheltered 5 people during a storm outside Yosemite. Have used the tent after and before my thru hike. Only qualms are with it not being freestanding, but that is life!

>Rating: 4

Good product

Nice, waterproof is real, good size, strong materials.

I am bummed they don't offer tarps ! I am not a tent hiker

@kneenock Here is a nice tarp from Hyperlite!

>Rating: 5

No Joke. Worth the Cha-Ching

I've put it through the wringer

There's nothing lighter or sturdier than Cuben Fiber (Dyneema). It handles the wind, is incredibly strong, and is 1- million -percent - waterproof. If you're all about cutting weight on the trail, this tent will give you exactly what you're looking for. The only bummer is the price tag. Once you've committed to Dyneema products, you won't go back.

>Rating: 5

Ultra light, but ultra solid

I've used it several times

I wanted something that was super light, but that also had some structure and could withstand storms, rain, and crazy wind. This tent is just awesome. It's super light, but at the same time, insanely structurally sound. The material doesn't stretch so you get a bomb proof structure, without needing to re-adjust guy lines during the wind. Another thing is that it's really versatile. This is my go-to tent for everything. I bought the mesh + floor insert as well. I use the exterior alone with a Tyvek footprint for the snow, and have used the exterior for alpine climbing with snow anchors. And I plan to use the exterior with insert for summer camping and an upcoming trek in Patagonia. I plan on using the exterior, set up higher up off the ground for some nice open air summer or beach camping in the future as well. Very stoked about the many uses for this tent and how modular it is. The double vents up top are great, for when you plant the tent all the way down to the ground in the wind, and there are loops on the upper inside for hanging a line, or clipping on a light. Furthermore, for the weight, it's the most roomy two person tent I have owned. It's larger than other 2 person pyramid tents, on the market, but comparable in weight. There is enough room inside for two people and gear. There is a pole in the middle, but you can offset it to any side once the tent is up. It's a small inconvenience but you don't have to carry any extra tent poles. I use the hyperlite pole straps to lash two trekking poles together to support the pyramid. Or if you are camping near trees, there is a loop on the outside top you can use to suspend the tent from a tree. Again, so versatile.

>Rating: 5

what a tent!

I've put it through the wringer

Pretty much everything that Hyperlite makes is minimalist and durable.


Does it include stakes? If yes, are the weight of those included in the 1.1lb packed weight calculation?

Hi Peter! Unfortunately, this shelter does not come with poles or stakes.