The lightweight and easy to set up Ridgeline 2P Tent from Coleman is perfect for fast and light hiking or backpacking adventures.
The ultra-fine mesh inner provides air flow, while the seam sealed 75D fly has a 3000mm waterhead rating to provide protection from the elements. The 3-season rating combined with the fact that it’s wind tested to 100KPH makes the Ridgeline suited to camping in harsh, Aussie conditions. The two-pole tunnel design is quick to pitch, and features lightweight aluminium poles and V stakes. On warm summer nights, you can use the inner without the fly as a screen tent, making the Ridgeline very versatile.
Perfect for the adventurous couple, or solo traveler that likes a little extra space inside your shelter – the Ridgeline 2P from Coleman is a wallet-friendly hiking tent, that can accompany you on your hiking or backpacking adventures.
For how much this little tent costs it sure packs a punch. We used this ten on the six foot track from Katoomba to Jenolan caves in NSW. The only downside is the headlight. However it's just as light as a lot of the $400 tents.
The ridgeline appears to have a vestibule but from the pictures it looks like opening the fly sheet for access to the vestibule also immediately opens the inside of the tent to the elements, specifically where the head of the guy in the photo goes! I'm wondering if having the opening where it is means it could be challenging to keep the top of my sleeping bag and pillow dry if it was raining and I needed to leave or enter the tent? Is there enough of a recess such that entering and leaving the tent through the vestibule can be done without wetting my belongings (as long as the rain isn't sideways of course!) Thanks!
You have, like us, identified a design flaw with the Coleman Ridgeline 2P Hiking Tent. While there are many great features to this affordable hiking tent, unfortunately, the exposure of the inner tent when the fly is opened isn't one of them (as you've already noted). We are yet to hear of a way around to ensure that you can enter and exit the tent in the rain without your gear in the inner becoming wet.
Is it 2000 or 3000? Your descriptions says both...?
I've had a look at the packaging of the Coleman Ridgeline 2P Hiking Tent and it's definately 3000mm waterproof rating on both the floor and fly. I'll get our web team to fix the description on Monday, thanks for spotting that!
Some websites say that this tent is 1.7kg whilst others say it is 3kg??
I've taken one of these down to our warehouse and put it on the scales just to be sure. In all the packaging it weighs 1.8kg so I think it's fair to say 1.7kg is reasonably accurate.
Hi there, confirming the total weight including fly is 1.75kg? I'm curious as to what the 50g difference is in weight between the 'min weight' and 'weight'. Thanks
Normally the definition of 'min weight' is the weight of the minimum amount of gear you need to get the tent standing, so it excludes any extra pegs, guy ropes, ground sheets and spares that might be included. In this case I'm not sure exactly what the 50gms is, Coleman actually don't quote 2 different weights on thier website. I weighed 1 of these for a customer earlier today and in all its packaging it weighed 1.8kg, so 1.75kg is reasonabley correct and yes, it includes the fly sheet.
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