I would differ with that...I saw more Tarptents.
Originally Posted by swjohnsey
I suggest you get Black Diamond Beta Light Ultra Light Tent.The Black Diamond Beta Light tent isn't exactly a tent. It's more of a high quality tarp.You erect the Beta Light and keep it standing with your hiking poles and can then camp anywhere.It is the King of Ultralight Backpacking Tents.
Cathedral Rock l Sedona Hikes
I am partial to stuff that is durable, easy to use and relatively cheap. The Fly Creek UL1 fits that bill. I have use mine about 100 days out of the last 120. Very dry in the rain, a little condensation in the foot area when it is wet out, fast to set up and strike. The second most common tent I have seen is probably the Hubba. Actual weight on my FC is a tad under 2 pounds the way I carry it which is with only a stake bag. You can get a little lighter using a tarp tent. The only thing I don't like about it is that it is made in China.
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