“I had an excellent tour on the Main Range with clients recently largely in part due to the awesomeness of the Moondance 1 Full Nylon (FN). Wow, the perfect guides tent, plenty of room, and able to sit up and cook comfortably. Very easy and quick to pitch and not much bigger than my emergency shelter. A real winner! After seeing the benefits the Moondance 1 FN provides, the guys I was with are rethinking the whole commitment of a basecamp style expedition stay.”
Doug Chatten. Mont Ambassador and backcountry guide at Snowy Mountains Backcountry.
The guy system on the Moondance and Dragonfly Tents provides adjustability for peg placement, without compromising the stability of the tent even in high winds.
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As summer approaches, I keep looking through my list of past walks to see which ones I want to do again.
In September 1986 I walked from Lake St Clair, up past Little Hugel to Mt Hugel. I then continued down the western slopes to Lake Hermione, followed a valley up to Lake Petrarch and walked back down to Lake St Clair. A good partly offtrack bushwalk. This time I only had two days, so the plan was to camp next to a tarn up on the Mt Hugel plateau.
One of the biggest jobs at Mont is customer service, with the inbox sometimes a little overwhelming! But the emails are overwhelmingly positive; questions about our gear, emails about how well a customers gear worked, and fun stories and photos from the wild.
It isn’t all smiles, though, negative emails do occasionally pop up. But not to let that get us down, often these emails highlight a failure of communication on our part or provide information for us to reflect upon and improve.