suv towing the hike 100 across a beach

Lives Large, Tows Small

The HIKE 100 has full-height ceilings throughout, a narrow 7’ body, and a dry weight under 3,000 lbs. This provides better rear visibility while allowing for easy towing by smaller SUV’s and camper vans.

two women sitting outside their hike 100 parked on the beach

Gear-Hauler Extraordinaire

The HIKE 100’s patented exoskeleton, integrated 2-inch accessory receiver, and side-mounted roof ladder make it possible to bring more of your gear along for the ride.


hike 100 roof solar panel

Start Early, End Late

Equipped with one 200-watt solar panel and side-mount portable solar prep, enclosed tanks with 12-volt tank pad heaters, and one-piece radiant-foil insulation, allowing you to extend your camping season.

two women sitting outside their hike 100 parked on the beach

Take It Outside

The main power awning, combined with the batwing awning, provides up to 200 square ft. of outdoor living space. The rear drop-down panels create a private space for changing or enjoying an outdoor shower.

Man looking at the rear storage in the HIKE 100

Ready For The Challenge

With Goodyear Wrangler off-road tires, Dexter Torsion Axles, and independent power stabalization jacks, the HIKE 100 is ready to face the challenges of the open road.