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The North Face
Mountain 25 Tent: 2-Person 4-Season

4.5 out of 5 stars
8 Reviews

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Why We Like The Mountain 25 Tent

Designed to withstand surly winter storms and bone-chilling temps, the Mountain 25 is a stout shelter ideal for everything from winter camping in the Rockies to glacier hunkering in the Chugach. Although light and compact, this tent has grit with its rugged canopy and fully-sealed, cut-in bucket floor. After the final stake out, we stash our gear in the large front vestibule and zip open the internal windows and fly vents to prevent dew from forming through the night.


  • Featherweight tent for year-round mountaineering missions
  • Just under 9lb trail weight to keep your pack light
  • Dual doors and dual-entry front vestibule for easy in-out
  • Fortified fly and cold-crack tested (-60°F) port window for strength
  • High-low venting helps stop internal condensation from forming
  • Eight interior pockets keep your smaller items organized
  • Internal loops for hanging wet layers to dry
  • Item #TNFZBNA
[canopy] 40D nylon ripstop, water-resistant finish, 20D nylon mesh, [floor] 70D nylon, PU coating (10,000mm), water-resistant finish, [rain fly] 40D nylon, PU/silicone coating (1500mm), water-resistant finish
Wall Type
DAC aluminum
Pole Attachment
sleeves, clips
Number of Doors
Number of Vestibules
Vestibule Space
[front] 8ft², [rear] 3ft²
[floor] fully sealed, [fly] reinforced, fully sealed
Gear Loft
Interior Height
Floor Dimensions
86 x 54in
Floor Space
Packed Size
24 x 7in
Fast-pitch Option
Fast-pitch Weight
6lb 5oz
Trail Weight
8lb 13oz
Packed Weight
9lb 13oz
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 8 ratings

Review Summary

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5 out of 5 stars

May 3, 2024

made for the mountains, extremes of winter camping

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] It is important to understand why this tent exists... TNF calls this a "top tier" 2 person "expedition tent". Named "Mountain 25 Tent". What kind of weather would I find on a mountain? Anything...from beautiful, sunny and calm, but more often, unsettled weather, big snow storms, blizzards, and often strong wind and even stronger gusts...and frigid temperatures...aka, weather extremes. Do not buy this tent just because you love TNF brand, and the Summit orange/yellow color. Do not buy this tent for camping in warm or hot and humid summer camping. You miss the point. Not only is this a four season tent (which really means suitable for winter), it is also an "expedition tent"...made to keep you alive in the harshest of (winter) conditions, and small enough to carry into the mountains. Anyone who buys this tent should know that windy places like the mountains require guying out all the guy lines. Taught, and pointing front or rear vestibule into the direction of the wind. Expedition campers are detail oriented campers. Every piece of equipment has a purpose and value and the use (setup) of the equipment matters in extremes. If you're camping in snowy mountains like this tent is designed for, bring the proper winter snow stakes (spades really) and use them. Ok, enough's my short review: I've used this tent above 10,000 in the Colorado Rockies. I've used it in sustained 35mph winds at 20°F. I've used it below 0°F. When properly setup, and guy lined out, this tent is strong, and worthy. It is not tall nor huge. I've used it with 2 adults and solo. Solo feels the most luxurious with ample room for everything. It will fit two adult winter campers with gear but not 3. IMO, it would be too tight with two adults and a dog. Unless you have a husky or other winter loving dog, why would you suffer it in the winter extremes?


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1 out of 5 stars

April 24, 2024

Condensation - Compromised Tent Floor

I've given it a bit of a trial run and so far I'm not impressed for the money I spent. Even with the footprint the tent floor gets wet. Not sure why that is happening when this thing is supposed to be built to withstand 4 seasons and winter.


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5 out of 5 stars

April 6, 2024

Base Camp bruiser

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I've used this tent (and also past iteration) for multiday midweek fall and winter campouts. Through various legal and mostly ethical means through the years, I've managed to get ahold of this bad boy but never paid more than $150. Envy me. I know a good tent when I see one. Major upgrades from previous versions. I like the screened vents inside the roof (past version was not screened) and prop-up vents on the fly. Increases breathability of the tent quite a bit. Still getting used to using this effectively. I find it difficult to access the inside from the large vestibule, using it as a garage and I enter/exit from the short side. Takes choreography and planning to enter and exit. Takes at least 20-30 minutes to set this up correctly, soup to nuts (removing it from the bag, assembling poles, etc.). Not a point-to-point tent but definitely a base camp for your explorations. In the past, I've had seepage issues with many NF tent floors. A few have been very weatherproof, too. I do like NF and use it when I can. My biggest problem with their tents has always been breathability and air flow. I got rid of my beloved Rock 22 because it was just too suffocating in bad weather. My previous Mountain 25 was a condensation monster in cold weather. I replaced the stuffy Rock 22 with a less expensive brand that I do not expect to get a lot of years out of, but it has superior venting. I'm glad this new Mountain 25 version has addressed the venting 'thing'.

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5 out of 5 stars

December 13, 2023

Great winter tent - get it!

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] LOVE! Great 2-person tent. First time, condensation, second time, none. When properly vented, this tent is a must for winter camping. Comes with everything you need (and four snow flap things that I have no idea what to do with). Great product. Well-made. Not the lightest, but I have figured out what to leave at home to lighten the load a little. Can fully sit up without heading your head (5'10") and LOTS of pockets on the inside. Snagged it on a great sale which makes it even better!


Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

November 21, 2023

I would purchase this tent again

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Excellent 4 season tent, very sturdy, great in wind and heavy rain. Great for 2 persons nice alcove is useful.


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5 out of 5 stars

September 20, 2023

Durable and comfortable tent for harsh conditions

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] This tent stacks up with those other expensive big name brand tent companies. This tent has over 55 camping miles and is still in excellent conditions. The PACNORWEST winters are wet, windy, and nasty but this tent keeps doing its job. Pictures taken at the Olympic Mountains.

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5 out of 5 stars

July 12, 2023

Bomber squared

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I use this tent for ski mountaineering and mountain hunting (goats, sheep, caribou, grizzly) in Alaska, where conditions can be difficult. It weighs a bit more but offers protection that inspires confidence to push the envelope and climb, ski, and hunt in places that might kill you if your gear fails.


Originally reviewed on

5 out of 5 stars

January 14, 2023

Best buy I ever made

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I live van life in the summers and travel all over the US. This tent has never let me down! I've been in the worst weather conditions in the middle of forests and still bone dry and comfortable with this tent.


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