For campers looking for a spacious tent, The Kelty Trail Ridge 6, 6-person, 3-season tent, is the way to go. The Trail Ridge incorporates a multi-diameter pole configuration that enables the walls to stay steep and aggressively arch toward the top for a much larger livable space. For more space, this tent includes two equal-sized vestibules for plenty of storage. The freestanding design means you can set it up nearly anywhere and adjust the positioning easily. Color coded clips make setup quick and easy. Taped floor seams and an ArcEdge floor keep the moisture at bay.
|Length:||8 ft / 2.44 m|
|Width:||10 ft / 3.05 m|
|Int Peak Height:||72 in / 182.88 cm|
|Capacity - People:||6 Person|
|Weight:||13 lb 13 oz / 6.27 kg|
|Packed Size:||25 x 9 in / 63.5 x 22.9 cm|
|Material:||68D polyester/68D nylon|
|Tent Footprint:||Kelty Trail Ridge 6 #6973|
|Number of Doors:||2|
|Number of Poles:||4 DAC DA17|
|Floor Area:||80 ft2 / 7.44 m2|
|Vestibule Area:||2 @ 22 ft2 / 2.04 m2|
Tent goes up easily and is PERFECT for us. I'm not sure if I'd love it at 6 person capacity. It's perfect for 2 with a bunch of junk.
Great tent. Easy to set up, did well in the rain, and it is spacious, and I can easily stand up in this tent. We use it for family camping and easily fit our inflatable bed and a pack-n- play in the tent. The reason for the 4 stars and not 5 is that the tent has a lot of no-see-um fabric on it (top and sides are mostly this), which is certainly great, but not very warm on chilly nights, even with the rain fly on. So this would qualify as a 2.5 season tent in my book, and not really for much use in below or near freezing temps....or just bring your down bag! But solid construction all the way around, solid tent poles. I would suggest getting better tent stakes. They come with the sub-par stakes that bend a bit too easily if you need to do any pounding on them.