Based in northern Sweden, Hilleberg is a family-owned and -run company that specializes exclusively in all season shelter solutions. From its founding in 1971, Hilleberg has lead the way in the design, development and production of the highest quality tents for the most discerning adventurers.Hilleberg tents – the preferred choice of outdoor professionals and recreational users alike:
Extensive experience, constant innovation in materials and design, unending attention to detail, and exhaustive testing in the most challenging environments: these are what enable us to offer you, the user, the optimal tent for any and every kind of outdoor activity.Hilleberg retailers – held to the highest standards:
We are uncommonly selective of our retailers. We choose only those with considerable knowledge of and passion for the outdoors and a commitment to high quality equipment. We demand that the retailers’ staff have substantial training so that they can inform you about Hilleberg and help you select the tent that is ideal for your needs. The bond between Hilleberg and Tiso is both longstanding and strong, and we are proud to say that Tiso meets all of our requirements.
Hilleberg tent tips
- When pitching your Hilleberg tent in strong wind, peg down the windward end before inserting poles.
- Make sure your tent is nice and dry before storing.
- Treat the DAC poles with the respect they deserve, don’t let the ends of the sections smash together.
- Hold onto the pegs as you use a mallet or a piece of rock to hammer them down, this helps to prevent bending them.
- If it's raining, get the poles organised first, it makes it quicker to get your tent up.
- Use the guylines even when it's not windy, they help to keep the tent taut and improve ventilation.
- When you're taking your Hilleberg tent down in bad weather, just stuff it into the bag. You can sort it out later. If you stuff the tent into the bag do not stuff in the pegs and poles but pack them outside the tentbag to prevent damage to the fabric. You can stuff the tent in any kind of weather as long as you do not push the pegs and poles into the bag afterwards.
- Consider investing in a footprint for your Hilleberg tent, it will prolong the life of the floor.
- Clear your intended campsite of sharp sticks and rocks before pitching to avoid getting holes in the tent floor.
- Make sure you find a spot with a nice view, and enjoy your camping.