Winter Camp – Holiday Gift Guide for Winter Campers

Tents and sleeping pads and other items for winter camping. We have you covered.

MSR Remote 3 Mountaineering Tent

This burly four season tent features Syclone poles for more rebound and strength.  I used this tent in substantial snow storms (see pic for proof) and even some shoulder season camping.  The double wall construction staved off condensation and the front vestibule is absolutely huge!

Oz Ozsym Splitboard Review

As you can see, it is pretty dang capable! MSRP $899

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MSR Remote 3 Mountaineering Tent – Your Winter Adventure Palace

NEMO Moki Single Wall 4 Season Tent

The Moki was an all-star tent for year round use.  From major snowstorm camping to hot summer days, the Moki delivered.  I really appreciated the simple set up.  All the poles are on the outside, keeping the inside nice and dry.  Doors on all 4 sides (yes all 4 sides) keep ventilation excellent for this single wall tent. MSRP $899  

Nemo Moki tent review

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NEMO Moki Updated 4 Season Tent – Major upgrades

Exped Downmat 9 Winter Sleeping Pad

The Exped Downmat is insulated with high quality down.  Using a built-in hand pump to inflate without using your damp breath, this mat pumps up to a comfortable 3.5″.  Temp rated to -36, it will keep you warm for most winter camping trips. MSRP $229

Exped Downmat 9 Winter Sleeping Pad – Insulation Uber Alles

Fjallraven Abisko Shape 3 Tent

The Abisko Shape tent is a lightweight tunnel tent with amazing vestibule.  Set up is super easy with 3 poles that slide into sleeves.  The tent handled snow loading with ease.   MSRP $699Fjallraven Abisko Shape 3

Fjallraven Abisko Shape 3 Tent – Surprisingly Lightweight Four Season Scandinavian Tunnel Tent

Six Moons Designs Gatewood Cape

At 10ozs, this ultralight shelter packs quite a punch.  Using a trekking pole (that you probably already have with you) the Gatewood provides 35 sq ft of protection.  Plus, it is a full rain and snow protection (more coverage than a poncho).  The Gatewood Cape is now in our backpack, year round.  It packs up small into itself (stow pocket built in).  At MSRP $135, it is a bargain.

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