The Copper Canyon excels in one key area: its size. This mansion-like 3-season shelter is big enough for a group of six-foot adults to walk around in comfortably. All this space make it a prime choice cot sleepers, festival goers, and families with kids. And with a full mesh roof, air circulation is excellent even with the rain fly on.
The Copper Canyon is water resistant and the windows and doors zip up, but the rain fly only covers the mesh roof and doesn’t extend much further. Accordingly, those that might see sustained rainstorms like in the Pacific Northwest may want to opt for more protection. The tent walls also are essentially vertical, so it looks like a house—but one that’s been made of polyester fabric and fiberglass and steel poles. Use the guylines if the wind picks up to keep everything in one piece.
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