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Alasdair Turner

Alasdair Turner is a photographer and mountain guide who spends most of the year traveling away from his home in Seattle, Washington. He guides in Alaska or the Pacific Northwest in the summer months, and as a mountaineer for the US Antarctic Program in winter. And he spends much of his time in his Hilleberg Nallo 2. “It is my go-to tent for most occasions,” says Alasdair. “It is light weight, roomy, and like all Hilleberg tents stays completely dry even after a week of solid rain. As a guide, my tent is often my home. After a long day teaching outdoors, I need a tent that has room to sit up, a good size vestibule for wet items, and total waterproofness. The Nallo 2 does all this and more.” Alasdair has used his Nallo in the Cascade Mountains of Washington, in Alaska, in the Antarctic, and, as he says, “many places in between.” “I have used the Nallo 2 in some of the worst weather imaginable and have spent more time in this tent than any other.” And while he applauds the Nallo 2’s comfort and waterproofness, his greatest praise is for its performance in the wind. “The Nallo 2 excels in high winds, and is also much easier to set up than other designs of tents. Not only can I set up the Nallo 2 in high winds, I can do it fast without having to take my gloves off. When ever someone asks me to recommend a tent for mountaineering, backpacking or trekking this is the first tent that comes to mind.” (For more, see