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Mountain Hardwear Stronghold Tent: 10-Person 4-Season


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  • Alpine Red, One Size

Stronghold Tent

Designed to shelter large groups in the worst mountain weather on the planet, this huge, floorless (footprint sold separately) double-walled dome can be used as a common gathering space, kitchen, sleeping quarters, or all of the above, with a six-foot-plus ceiling and 15-foot diameter that provides plenty of room for 10 rugged mountaineers to hang out in (relative) comfort. The dome shape is designed to shed wind and snow, and there's a series of perimeter and roof vents to keep air moving whether you're cooking or collecting vapor as the group sleeps.

  • Tent offers cooking, sleeping, or common space for 10 people
  • DWR, silicone, and PU coatings shed moisture
  • DAC Pressfit aluminum poles withstand heavy wind
  • Snowflaps and skirt anchor tent and double as seats
  • Four perimeter vents, one roof vent, and five UVX windows
  • Dome shape sheds wind and snow while 2
  • 10 storage pockets keep things organized
  • Reflective and color-coded for easy setup and operation
  • Item #MHW01DG

[fly] 70D nylon taffeta, PU coating (2000mm), [canopy] 40D nylon ripstop
Wall Type
DAC PressFit
Number of Doors
mesh panels
Interior Height
Floor Dimensions
Floor Space
171sq ft
Packed Size
19 x 36in
Trail Weight
41lb 2oz
Packed Weight
46lb 8oz
Recommended Use
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>Rating: 5

Perfect for trip to Peru

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

I'm Charlotte, a French climber in my 30s, and I've been expatriated in fun Salt Lake City, UT for 2 years now. We used the Stronghold tent during a 10 days trip in high altitude in Peru in 2019, and we had a great experience. Once packed up, the tent is obviously heavy but it actually fit in a regular duffel bag and was just under the airline bag allowance weight, so it was great not to have to pay for it extra. Once on site, we were 6 people using during the day, and 4 people sleeping in it. We had a lot of space as it is made for up to 10 people, which made it nice to walk around inside comfortably, and dedicate a zone to sleeping and another one to storage/kitchen. Haven't used it since then - well we set it up in our backyard for fun, but that doesn't count! - and I'm looking forward to the day it will come to use it out there again!