Captured perfectly in the name, tunnel tents use two or more flexibleand parallel poles with the fabric attached. These form a half-cylinder which can taper towards the end. Layouts inside these tents vary,but usually follows some combination of sleeping area at one end and living area at the other, sleeping at either end and living area in the middle, or sleeping area in the middle and living space either side.
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