Just about every where we go there is a lot of interest in our little Chalet Camper. Truth be told that is how we ended up with one in the first place. Years back Kim saw one while we were camping our way up the west coast. She asked the owner for a tour (lol), it’s funny since the unit is only 13 feet long. It’s additionally funny since we get the same requests as interested people want to see the inside of the little A-Frame camper.
Our unit is the LTW, truthfully this is a perfect unit for a couple but a tad small for a family of 3. I bought it used as a test to see if we would like the whole “camper” thing since we spent most of our camping life carrying all our gear on our backs. Well I like it, its nice to pull up to a campsite and pop-up the camper in minutes. You then have more time for Fishing, Kayaking or just plain relaxing.
This camper is a good fit behind our Jeep and it does well off road just make sure you secure everything inside.
Our LTW is equipped with a 2 burner propane stove, propane heater, 10 gallon fresh water tank, sink, ice box, and 120v/12v power. There is a dinette that converts into a nice size bed for two however our LTW has the galley and not the bunk up front.
Well now that I know we all like it I am thinking of moving up to a slightly larger Chalet like the Alpine, Aspen or Arrowhead. I also really like the T@b trailers but there again they are really designed for a couple not for 3. T@b has just introduced the T@da, a slightly larger T@b trailer, I have not seen one up close but they don’t seem to have the visual appeal that draws me to the original T@b. From the off road perspective the Chalet’s tall wheel base and low profile (folded) make it a better option for the trail.