The Highland 60 Trailer from Sasquatch

Photo By: Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Not quite enough room in your rig for all your stuff, plus some sleeping space? For many explorers, a toughened-up trailer is a perfect solution, and Colorado-base ​​Sasquatch Expedition Campers is ready to hit the trail with their Highland 60 trailer.

The 1,800-pound Highland 60 rolls on 285/65/R17 All Terrain tires and a special trailing link rear suspension, giving an impressive 22 inches of ground clearance. The ride is softened by Fox coilover shocks with 5 inches of travel on each wheel, which include electric trailer brakes. There’s also a parking brake and 360-degree articulating hitch coupler for off-road excursions.

Photo by Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Photo by Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Photo by Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Photo by Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Photo by Sasquatch Expedition Campers

The trailer is 196 inches long, 82 inches wide, and 87 inches tall and does not “expand” like a pop-up. Tucked into the interior is a spacious queen-sized bed with windowed doors on each side and an interior made from “a sustainable and durable rice husk material that is water resistant and guaranteed not to rot, crack, or splinter,” according to Sasquatch. 

The Highland 60 has 70 cubic feet of storage, including five water-tight compartments with adjustable shelving. Once it’s on-site, the Highland 60 unfolds to reveal a rear kitchen area with a three-burner Furrion cooktop, sink, optional ICECO 65-quart 12-volt fridge, large food prep area, and push-lock pantry cabinets.

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Up top, two solar panels and a folding table slip into an optional low-profile “sasquatch box.” Behind the scenes, 36 gallons of freshwater is held in a tank in the center middle of the trailer to keep weight down low. In the front triangle, a massive 200 Amp-hour 12-volt battery feeds into a 1000-watt A/C inverter that powers an instant hot water heater and numerous A/C outlets. The battery can charge from the 200-watt solar array or while the trailer is under tow from the lead vehicle. Twin propane tanks carry 22 gallons total of LP. There are hose attachments for an outdoor shower and LED lights all around the exterior and inside, of course.

Photo by Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Photo by Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Photo by Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Photo by Sasquatch Expedition Campers

Are two sleeping spots not enough? Even though the Highland 60 does not expand to accommodate more campers, the top is rooftop tent ready without interfering with trailer operations.

Sasquatch Highland 60 trailers are built to order from three trims, Trail, Pro, and Pro-X. Prices start at $47,000, and there are ten color options. Get all the details here

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