Terra Trek TT-E Expedition Trailer

Dec 18, 2018

Category: Living

If the great outdoors is where you truly feel alive, you’ll need a burly basecamp capable of keeping up with your unflinching spirit. The team at the South Australian company Terra Trek is made up of explorers with a background in geological mapping and professional outback touring. Using their comprehensive backcountry knowledge and experience, Terra Trek has built the ultimate traveling basecamp: the TT-E Expedition Trailer.

The TTE has a rugged mil-grade, hot-dipped galvanized chassis making for a secure portable headquarters. It’s packing independent suspension with Old Man Emu springs and shocks, in addition to mud terrain tires, ensuring it can cover any terrain imaginable. The camper trailer has a sealed aluminum body with plenty of storage, a slide-out kitchen complete with a water-pumped sink and dual-stoves, and a nose box with a hot water shower system and 105-L fridge. The TTE also includes a swing-around awning, custom hardshell roof-top tent, two 110-Ah AGM batteries, Redarc battery management system, and a solar panel. Spend more time in nature and use the TTE trailer as a digital detox.

Purchase: $35,325

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