Looking for a spacious interior? 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. This ideal family tent also has two equal-sized vestibules flanking each end for easy entry/exit and plenty of storage.
Ever wanted to stargaze but could only see a sliver of the sky through your tent? Enter the TrailRidge 4 four-person tent, whose steep mesh walls offer a stellar viewing experience on warm evenings. The Trail Ridge 4 incorporates an innovative structure that pushes the side walls upward rather than diagonal. As a result, the tent offers a ton of interior space for a dome-style tent, so you can and three co-campers can sit up (almost) straight while reading, changing clothes, or talking. The tent is also expert at keeping out moisture, with a polyester rainfly and an ArcEdge nylon floor with specially constructed taped waterproof seams located above ground level. And setup couldn't be easier thanks to the high-quality DAC poles and color-coded clip construction.
Other features include internal storage pockets, gear loft loops, noiseless zipper pulls, fly vents, a side-release tent/fly connection, and guyout points.
- Seasons: 3
- Doors: 2
- Vestibules: 2
- Poles: 4
- Capacity: 4
- Minimum weight: 10 pounds 7 ounces
- Packaged weight: 11 pounds 4 ounces
- Floor area: 55.25 square feet
- Vestibule area: 15 + 15 square feet
- Floor dimensions: 82 by 97 inches
- Peak height: 59 inches
- Packed dimensions: 8 by 25 inches
- Pole type: DAC DA-17
- Wall material: 68D polyester
- Floor material: 68D nylon, 1,800mm
- Fly material: 75D polyester, 1,800mm
Kelty has been building affordable, reliable outdoor gear since 1952, helping everyone--from the first-time camper to the experienced mountaineer--embrace the outdoor experience with confidence. Dick Kelty launched the company after years of making backpacks in his home or garage for friends, hand forming and welding each of the frames while his wife sewed the pack bags. The original Kelty packs included aircraft-aluminum contoured frames, padded shoulder straps, waist belts, clevis-pin attachments, nylon pack cloth, zippered pockets, and hold-open frames. Dick Kelty quit his carpentry business in 1956 to focus full time on Kelty Packs, and turned an old Glendale, California, barbershop into his first retail store and factory. In the ensuring years, Kelty expanded its product line to include daypacks, luggage, waterproof clothing, child carriers, jogging strollers, and more.