Haven Journal

Going to Ground

Going to Ground

Although the Haven Tent is more at home in the air, it’s nice to have the flexibility to go to ground. Here on an unprotected knoll in the clouds, our bivy tents performed well. Considering the 8+ hours of constant rain and wind from all directions.
By Derek Tillotsonon September 22, 2021
WURL - The Wasatch Ultimate Ridge Linkup

WURL - The Wasatch Ultimate Ridge Linkup

Rather than fixating myself on a mountain on the other side of the world, the WULR set my sights on the mountains right in my backyard. If I could complete all 35 miles, 18,000 ft of vertical, and 21 peaks… Forever, I’d be able to look up and see my mountains and remember my day and a half on the WURL.
By Derek Tillotsonon August 30, 2021
Horse Camping in Wind Rivers, WY

Haven Horse Packing - Wind Rivers, WY

This year our annual cousin horse packing trip brought us to the Wind River range of Wyoming. Three days of riding with two nights tucked away in our Haven Tents.
By Derek Tillotsonon August 28, 2021
Whoopie Slings!

Whoopie Slings!

Whoopie slings are my single favorite Haven Tents™ accessory. They weigh next to nothing and give you much more flexibility in choosing your site to hang.
By Haven Tentson May 04, 2021
Wet Weather Camping: Keep your Tent Dry

Wet Weather Camping: Keep your Tent Dry

Spring camping is great, but if you're not careful the moisture can ruin your trip. Try these tips to keep your tent dry.
By Brad Sandersonon April 23, 2021
Haven Tent by lake

Managing Condensation While Camping

Condensation is something that happens in every tent… If you’re breathing in a small space for a long time, that 1 liter of water that you exhale during a typical night has to go somewhere. 
By Derek Tillotsonon April 21, 2021