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Naturehike Cloud Peak 2 Person Tent Updated for 2023

The Naturehike Cloud Peak 2 4 Season Tent

My Next Buy!


The Naturehike Lightweight Cloud Peak 2 Person Tent another perfect all year-round Tent

Having seen many Video reviews on the Naturehike Cloud Peak 2 being used from Living room camping by those who desperately missing camping during Pandemic lockdown, to camping on top of hills in full Gale force winds, it's a must-have tent for Backpacking. The fact that it has more headroom than my Banshee 3 and the 2 vestibules being the same size, there will be no fighting about which side I am going to sleep on when camping with my Lad or Wife.

About This Tent...


The Naturehike Cloud-Peak 2 is a freestanding tent; it is effortless to pitch. Lightweight fabric and geodesic in structure lightweight pack weight. 2 Person, 2 Door with 2 Vestibules or Porches so plenty of space Backpacks and Boots. Great Backpacking tent.

The Specs...

Lightweight tent for backpacking camping. quick and easy to pitch (5.5lb total weight, includes footprint, pegs and ropes).Fly: 20D nylon ripstop, silicone-coated (4000mm)

Floor: 20D nylon ripstop, silicone-coated (4000mm)

Poles: 7001 aluminium.

Class 4-season, 2-man tent. 2 entrance and 2 vestibules. Inner tent with spacious space. 1 ventilation opening at the top of the flysheet which Prevents accumulation of condensation.

The inner tent is a whole network structure to increase air circulation and prevent mosquito.

Freestanding Tent meaning it's easy to pitch and move around until you are happy with your pitch.

The flysheet can be used independently.

Because of the 2 vestibules, this tent will house 2 men and their gear no problem.   

In Summary...

The Cloud Peak 2 man tent By Naturehike is designed as a lightweight tent for everyone to enjoy backpacking. It is lightweight and tough. Like most  Naturehick Tents the rain fly and floor of the tent is constructed with strong fabric, with added rip-stop for durability.

Because of the new interest in camping, there could be a stock shortage

Ian Stewart

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