The fabrics for the tent covers are manufactured in Europe and the tent covers are processed by our European partner. Our close and long-term cooperation guarantees a constant and high quality. The workmanship of the double-stitched seam is made perfect for the tent by the four stitched layers. For an optimal bracing serve the extremely robust nylon straps. The side walls are reinforced at the bottom with a durable PVC material. In the yurts is suitable as an outer shell an extra strong tent fabric made of cotton or various robust blended fabrics. We are happy to advise you on which substance suits your needs. Our tents are the result of many years of continuous development and convince in their quality and workmanship.

All our natural products are twice finished, impregnated and treated against mildew. They are therefore perfectly equipped for outdoor use.


Extra strong tent fabric 420 - blended fabric

This material impresses with its good price-performance ratio. A very durable, fast-drying blended fabric with a natural look. Used successfully by us for years. This fabric has a long life and can withstand the worst severe weather, persistent rain, snow, frost and heat. With a regular care best suited for year-round use.

  • Composition: 50% cotton / 50% polyester
  • 420g / m²
  • Color Nature (undyed)
  • waterproof impregnated
  • treated against mold


TenCate Campshield®

A modern, resilient blended fabric with the look and feel of a natural fabric. It is additionally flame-retardant according to the latest European standards. We recommend this material to customers with high demands and for installations on public grounds. It is the ideal material for a permanent outdoor use.

  • Composition: 30% PPAN-fr (flame retarded) / 30% CV (Viscose) / 30% PVA-fr / 10% PVA
  • 420g / m²
  • Color Nature
  • wind and waterproof
  • Flame retardant (M1) / Stage: FR-1
  • treated against mold

Sunbrella Plus, Dickson

A durable fabric that provides maximum protection from sun, rain and snow. An additional acrylic coating enhances the water resistance and mold resistance of the fabric without compromising breathability. This material is not fire-resistant and therefore not suitable for all tents that are heated by fire.

  • Composition: 100% acrylic
  • Color available in brown or Oyster
  • equipped with special synthetic resin coating
  • waterproof
  • treated against mold
  • UV protection


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Why do we prefer a yurt from our own production, an imported yurt?

Wood resources in Europe are very large, so yurt production has no impact on ecology, unlike Mongolia, when demand from the western world is increasing. According to the Foundation Ushuaia The devastation of the remaining forests in Mongolia grows with every yurt exporting. The yurt is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and should therefore not be imported if possible. The materials we use correspond to our climate and spare the resources on site.


We buy the wood for our yurts from the European area and it is carefully selected according to our criteria. The rays and crowns are made of glazed fir or on request from natural larch wood. The wood for the scissor lattice is cut to size, placed in water and thereby bent into the final shape. The joints are then linked by hand and welded the ropes.


The pegs are made by hand from beech, oak or acacia wood. We use beechwood as standard. It is a reasonably priced, sustainable and weather-resistant material. The oak wood is slightly more robust than the beech and was formerly used for shipbuilding. After the beech, it is the most common deciduous tree genus and occurs in mixed forests. Acacia trees are rather rare in forests and are cultivated as ornamental woods. They belong to the hardwoods and are therefore very weather-resistant.

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