Designed specifically for alpine mountaineering, where strength and low weight are necessities, the Polaris has proven itself in the most savage conditions imaginable. 


The Spearhead Traverse is an outstanding ski tour that starts at Blackcomb and winds its way to Whistler.


Gemini II and III can be set up with fly, poles, and footprint (without the inner canopy). Here's how to do it...


As a BSA Scoutmaster who camps every month and on week long campouts a couple times of year I needed a tent that would be able to hold up to some abuse, be lightweight and well thought out.  I can’t speak enough about the little things that impressed me about the Exped Gemini III.

The Venus II is a versatile 4-season tent that has been in the Exped tent line for many years. It has proven itself in a wide range of conditions around the globe. It is quick to set up, light weight, tough, and a solid performer in wind, rain, and snow. 

When setting up the Venus II or Venus III in windy circumstances, we've found that the following procedure is the most efficient: 

Above: for mats with a single valve for inflate and deflate