Hilleberg the Tentmaker Staika

An alpine tent that's light, compact, and brawny enough for storms.
Price $810.00


Free Standing
Capacity 2
Number of Poles 3
Diameter of Poles (mm) 10.3
Floor Space (sq ft) 35.5


Length (inches) 90
Width (inches) 56
Interior Height (inches) 44
Vestibule Type standard
Vestibule Front Area (sq ft) 9.7
Vestibule Back Area (sq ft) 9.7
Weight 7 lbs, 1 oz


Light, compact, and brawny enough for alpine storms, the Anjan is a killer choice for weight-conscious trios (or space-greedy duos) who don’t flee tough conditions. The non-freestanding tunnel tent withstood three inches of wet snow in Roosevelt National Forest thanks to a low, aerodynamic shape and four guyout points (each anchored at two points on the fly). The 14-sq.-ft. vestibule holds plenty of gear while still allowing room for scooting in and out. Bummers: The price is steep (partly due to Hilleberg’s ultradurable, ultralight Kerlon fabric), and venting is limited if weather prevents you from pitching it with the vestibule doors rolled back.


Harsh-weather campers looking to save weight without giving up space or stability


> Rachel Zurer (other tester: Jonathan Dorn)

> Duration March to April

> Locales/conditions UT, AZ, CO; 20℉ to 60℉; snow, rain, gusts up to 20 mph

> “Width and headroom is tight, but length is luxe. I’m 6’6” and had ample room at my feet for storage.”


> Weight 3 lbs. 15 oz.

> Price $598

> Sizes 36.6 square feet

> Infohilleberg.com

A supremely strong, elegently simple - and fully freestanding - dome tent that is well-suited for any adventure.