2 person tent
The Jannu is that rarest of combinations: tremendously strong and very light.
The Jannu was designed to be an alpine climbing and mountaineering tent. Its compact footprint shines in limited-space sites, such as knife-edge ridges and small ledges, and it is very stable, even in high winds. Yet it is also easily light enough for use on long or short trips where low weight is a high priority. So, while the Jannu’s strength and light weight has made it the tent of choice for alpine mountaineers, its excellent snow-loading resistance have made it extremely popular with winter campers, hunters, and high altitude trekkers. Its light weight and self-supporting structure have also attracted many long distance backpackers and paddle tourers. And, since it is quite strong and spacious yet also very light, solo adventurers expecting especially challenging conditions favor the Jannu, as well.
“Jannu” is a formidable 7710 m/25,295 ft peak (officially called Kumbhakarna) in the Himalayas.
- Kerlon 1200 outer tent fabric and 9 mm poles make for a very lightweight yet supremely stable tent.
- All-season construction: outer tent walls extend to the ground and mesh areas are backed with adjustable fabric panels.
- Dome construction with multiple pole crossing points provide outstanding snow-load handling capability.
- The Jannu has a good amount of room for two occupants and their gear.
- Linked but separable inner and outer tent for simultaneous pitching.
- Self-supporting dome design requires only the vestibule to be pegged, and the straightforward short sleeve and clip pole system make for quick, easy set up.
- A single entrance and vestibule afford easy access and plenty of storage space, but keep the weight very low.
- An optional footprint covers the entire area of the outer tent, including the vestibule. It connects directly to the tent, and can be left attached during pitching.
- The outer and inner tents can be used separately. Pitching the inner tent alone requires 6 optional pole holders.
- Guy lines on the poles, many with attachment loops designed to wrap around pole or pole crossing points, and on the vent cover, increase stability in poor conditions.
- Adjustable roof vent can be closed with snow-proof panel, and is accessible from inside of the tent.
- Separate vent cover protects open vent from snow and rain.
- High bathtub floor keeps out ground water.
- 4 integrated stowage pockets.
- Full no-see-um mesh on inner tent door is covered by a zipper adjustable, fabric panel for all-season comfort.
- Asymmetric door opening allows one side to be situated out of the weather.
- Highly recommended optional footprint can be found by clicking here: Jannu Footprint
||2.8 kg / 6 lbs 3 oz|
|Packed Weight||3.2 kg / 7 lbs 1 oz|
|Inner Height||100 cm / 39 in|
|Inner Tent Area||3.2 m² / 34.4 ft²|
|Vestibule Area||1.2 m² / 12.9 ft²
|Outer tent fabric||Kerlon 1200|
|Poles (9mm)||2 x 368, 1 x 373 cm / 2 x 144.9, 1 x 146.8 in
|Packed size*||52 cm x 18 cm / 20.7 in x 7 in
(Every Hilleberg tent comes with outer tent, inner tent, guy lines with line runners, poles, pegs, stuff bags for tent, poles and pegs, spare pole section, repair sleeve and instructions.
“Minimum Weight” refers to the outer and inner tents and the poles only. “Packed Weight” includes all items that come with the tent.
* “Packed size” is measured with the poles and pegs, both in their bags, rolled into the tent inside the tent bag. Packing the tent and poles (both in their respective bags) into your pack separately will yield a significantly smaller tent package, and a pole package that can be easily slid into a corner of your pack. Poles all fold to 43 cm/17 in.
All product features and measurement values, including tent weight and pole length, may vary somewhat from what is shown in catalogs, other printed items, and on our web site. Such differences can occur because of alterations in the design and production process and/or natural variations in the materials. Fabric dyes have natural variations, so the actual tent color may look slightly different from what is pictured here or on different websites.)