Basecamps and Shelters from Alaska Structures

Basecamps from Alaska Structures

When Jagged Globe needed shelters tough enough to safely tackle the rugged terrain and extreme weather conditions at a Mount Everest basecamp, they chose Alaska Structures®.

As a world leader in adventure tourism for mountaineering, high-altitude treks and skiing, Jagged Globe’s choice makes sense. Since 1975, no other company has been able to match the quality, portability, versatility or field-tested durability of Alaska Structures' tension fabric structures for outdoors applications.

 

Alaska Structures tension fabric structures at Mount Everest base camp.

Rugged tension fabric structures and camp systems used as basecamps in remote locations like Mount Everest.

High-quality Alaska Structures' tensile structures are the No. 1 choice of adventure tourism companies like Jagged Globe that place a high value on safety. The engineering that goes into every one of our American-made fabric structures and camp systems is tested by third-party experts to ensure that it meets our demanding standards and performs as intended.

Alaska Structures uses durable polyvinyl chloride (PVC) fabrics, sturdy metal frames, and secure anchoring systems specifically engineered to stand up to high wind speeds, heavy snows, and drenching rains without flapping or tearing. Highly portable and pre-packed in easy-to-carry bags, these fully engineered fabric structures and camp systems are ideal for mobile or permanent use in remote areas.

Mountaineers enjoy dinner in an Alaska Structures fabric shelter at a Mount Everest basecamp.

Mountaineers enjoy dinner in an Alaska Structures shelter at Jagged Globe’s Mount Everest basecamp.

 

A camp system from Alaska Structures provides outfitters with fabric structures that are unparalleled in their designs and versatility. We offer hundreds of combinations of sizes, styles and configurations that can be used for lodging, dining halls, storage facilities, warming huts, medical centers and countless other applications.

Mountaineers lodge at an Alaska Structures remote camp system at Jagged Globe’s Mount Everest basecamp.

Mountaineers lodge at an Alaska Structures remote camp system at Jagged Globe’s Mount Everest basecamp.

We can design your Alaska Structures fabric building to accommodate insulation, and all of our flame-resistant tensile structures can be safely heated using wood, gas, oil and electric stoves and heaters. Alaska Structures PVC fabrics are available in a wide range of colors, and we can add custom graphics and your company’s logo to increase awareness of your brand in a crowded marketplace.

Whether you’re an individual with plans for a weekend camping trip or an outfitter like Jagged Global guiding climbers to the summits of the world’s highest peaks, Alaska Structures has a fully engineered shelter or remote camp system handcrafted to meet your needs and exceed your expectations.

To learn more, call Alaska Structures at +1-907-344-1565, email inquiry@alaskastructures.com, or fill out our contact us form and be prepared for your next adventure, wherever it takes you.

 


Adventure Consultants use Alaska Structures' shelters at their Mt. Everest base camp.

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