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Randy Ternes

Randy Ternes is perhaps the quintessential outdoor enthusiast from the USA’s Pacific Northwest. Born and raised in Washington, he has lived in that state all his life, and has explored a great deal of his home turf, in all terrains and conditions. He is an accomplished whitewater kayaker; avid mountain biker; rock, alpine and ice climber; and an Alpine, Nordic and Telemark skier. But his real passion is backpacking. 56 years old – or, as he says, with a characteristic chuckle, “that’s 392 in dog years” – he has been backpacking in and out of the Pacific Northwest for most of that time. “About a year ago,” he says, “I retired after 30 years at Boeing as an aerospace engineer, and that’s when I really started putting in the miles.” Currently, there has seldom been a week that he hasn’t been out. “I have used one of my Hilleberg tents – my Nallo, my Anjan or my Enan – on over 20 backpacking trips in the last year and half,” he says. “But my favorite is the Enan.” Why? “I love the Enan,” he says. “It’s small to pack, but big to stay in, and it’s lightweight – it complements my goal of traveling light but packing smart. I know this tent will withstand any rain and wind the Pacific Northwest can dish out, and keep me and my gear safe and dry. It is the best damn solo tent in the world. Period!”

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