What is tunnel tent?

Definition of tunnel tent – A style of tent that is long and rounded. These tents are formed by poles that curve from one side of the tent to the other, creating a tunnel. These tents are offer ample space but tend to be heavy—and can be susceptible to water pooling on top.

Are tunnel tents good in wind?

Tunnel Tents are best pitched facing into the wind, as if they are hit by heavy gusts side on, there is a risk they may collapse. Besides this, when you have a car for transportation and can afford the extra space in the tent, a tunnel tent is the perfect choice.

Are geodesic tents good?

Stability: In most cases, geodesic tents are more stable. The more cross-overs, the more stable the tent is. Ease of pitching: These tents are ‘self-supporting’ so once you insert the poles, the structure of the tent will form by itself. This makes pitching very straight-forward.

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