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Morzh (Walrus) tent sauna review from the shores of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

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Guest post series continues. Please welcome Kev from Chicagoland area. You may remember Kev from a saunatimes excursion together to Chicago Sweatlodge. His love of good heat began with visits to his in law’s cabin on Lake Vermilion, Northern Minnesota. Kev became enthralled with firing up the stove in their authentic Finnish sauna, long relaxing hot rounds with good steam from water being tossed on sauna rocks, and those intensely therapeutic cool downs in Nature, in the cool clear fresh lake. Welcome back Kev:

It is a sunny Saturday morning on Lake Geneva Wisconsin (a large clean lake in southern Wisconsin).  This area is known as the Newport of the Midwest not known for saunas.  There are no wood  burning saunas on this lake!  The air temperature is in the 20s, and the lake was just recently frozen.  I anxiously await my friend Keith who is making the 70 mile trip from the Chicago suburbs with his new Morzh (walrus) tent and wood burning stove.  Keith is born and raised in 218 and is a true Finn in mind and spirit.  He shows up wearing a hat and sweatshirt indicating God is his SISU!!  He generously gives me some of his own designed SISU gear.  

We drive the short distance from my cottage to a snow covered  beach.  Most of the beaches at this time of year have tire tracks from people launching ice sailing boats (they take their sailing seriously here).  We unload the tent which looks like a ice fishing tent.  I purposely convinced Keith to order black because it would fit in with other ice huts on the lake.  The instructions were in Russian, fortunately we watched a video of a  Canadian installing his tent. 

Video of the “Canadian guy” installing his tent

It easily went up in 20 minutes, the next time will be closer to a 10 minute set up.  The stainless steel stove had the stove pipe packed inside with 4-5 sections that fit together.  The narrow but deep stove could handle full length logs and we had the fire going in minutes. 

Kev firing up the tent sauna stove

I told Keith I would walk to my house to get a swimsuit and a meat thermometer and return in about 10 minutes.  I would then tend the fire and he could go change into his suit.  I figured it would be 20-40 minutes to heat up.  I returned in 10 minutes to find Keith already in swimsuit sweating profusely inside the sauna. He had a big smile on his face and a red glow to his skin!!  He exited with steam rising from his body we took a short video where he estimated it was 200 degrees.   I went inside and immediately felt the heat, my meat thermometer rapidly sped past it’s peak at 180 to what was likely 220 degrees!!!  After 5-10 minutes we jumped in the ice cold lake 10 feet away and swam around for several minutes before returning for many more rounds.  

The heat was intense with good loyly from the Lake Vermilion rocks Keith had on the stove.  The bench we used was a portable 4 person bench that worked just fine and packed nicely in a bag (

The sauna tent, deployed by the shores of Lake Geneva Wisonsin

When we were done.  The tear down and clean up took about 10 minutes.  We left the tent and stove for about 30 minutes while we had lunch and beverages.  When we returned the stove was cool to the touch and I could remove the stove pipe with my bare hands.  My rating for the experience was a 9.5/10.    The only element lacking was lämpömassa.  What we lacked in lämpömassa we made up with very high heat and extreme close proximity to cold, clean, clear water! 

My favorite features 1-great heat, 2- large window with a great lake view, 3- amazing portability, 4-Easy set up.  5-expense for a decked out version you can keep it under $1000 USC including shipping.  This seems like a lot for a tent, but from our experience I can tell you this is more than a tent!!  

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10 thoughts on “Morzh (Walrus) tent sauna review from the shores of Lake Geneva, Wisconsin”

  1. I am so intrigued by this! What was your sense of the build quality of the tent? Seems like a great idea, and having that level of portability with something that provides a quality sauna experience is pretty dang tempting…
    Thanks for the review! Bryn

  2. Bryn
    The tent was extremely well built and also well designed!! The 3 layer quilting really keeps the heat in and cold out. The stove and rocks did create nice steam but I have to admit the thermal mass of bigger stoves was not present. ( No measurement just more of a feel. ) I will say I have been spoiled by using some really nice saunas with a lot of thermal mass combined with Kuuma stove heat. On a side note my friend Jeff said the heat was better than his barrel sauna that also had a wood burning stove.

  3. Was there any sort of smell or vapors from the tent material once it was heated up? I was looking at buying a Mobiba, but might get one of these instead.

  4. Hey there-

    Finnish Yooper here, wondering if you can share specifically what was ordered from Morzh’s website (Morzh, stove, floor)? Thinking this would be great for car camping in the bush!

  5. I left mine up too long in the South Georgia Sun and it deteriorated badly. If I can get a replacement tent (Ukraine War Embargo) I’ll wrap it in a light reflecting tarp between uses. Otherwise my Morzh experiences have been GREAT!!!

  6. Karl – same here. I left mine up for about a year and a half and the UV light just killed it. I had to order a mobiba b/c Morzh wasn’t accepting payment from US. Anyway I ordered a cover for the top and will spray with UV protectant.The Mobiba is not quilted like the Morzh but has performed just as well so far. I am using the same intent stove with the glass door. It works great.

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