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The Winnebago HIKE 100 Proves Great Things Come in Small Packages

The award-winning Winnebago HIKE 100 travel trailer combines comfort and cargo capacity in a rugged, easy-towing package.

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If you’re looking for an RV that is small yet mighty, then look no further than the Winnebago HIKE 100. Coming in at 15’8” in length and 9’11” in height, it’s the perfect size travel trailer to tow behind smaller SUVs or camper vans. Plus, the 8’1” wide body provides better rear visibility, even without extended side mirrors. See what we mean? No need to look any further.

Interior of the HIKE 100

Winnebago HIKE 100

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While RVing is often about the adventures waiting for you at your destination, the interior of the HIKE 100 will have you counting down the minutes until you’re back inside. With full-height (6’5”) ceilings throughout and versatile sleeping arrangements that accommodate up to three people, your home away from home will quickly become your favorite place to be.

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Other interior features include an undermount single bowl stainless steel sink with a cover to provide more countertop space, a pull-out countertop extension, an integrated WiFi prep plate for your router, 1.1 cubic foot convection microwave, 3.1 AC/DC compressor refrigerator, and a portable induction cooktop.

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And that’s not all! The wet bath has a cassette-style toilet, a full shower with power vent, and integrated wet/dry storage for maximum convenience. Want to turn your showers into your very own concert hall? Channel your inner Mariah Carey or Elvis Presley with the portable JBL speaker.

Exterior of the HIKE 100

Winnebago HIKE 100

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The inside of the HIKE 100 isn’t the only feature-packed part of this travel trailer, the exterior checks all the boxes on both of your must-have and nice-to-have lists. Independent power stabilization jacks? Check. 13,500 BTU low-profile A/C? Check. Powered patio awning with integrated LED lights? 190-watt solar panel with side-mount solar prep? Check and Check.

Other standout features on the exterior include Dexter Torsion Axles with independent rubber suspension and standard 15” Goodyear Wrangler Radial Tires with thick tread pattern and heavy ply for rough terrain durability.

Winnebago HIKE 100

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The patented powder-coated exterior exoskeleton rack can hold kayaks, canoes, and more. Enjoy the rear and off-camp side manual batwing awning with an integrated outdoor shower and changing room privacy.

There’s also a side-mounted roof ladder that’s normally only found on toy haulers, plus a powder-coated side gear storage box. Get the most of your time outdoors with the help of your exterior kitchen which has its very own portable induction cooktop. All the LED exterior lighting, including reverse lights, are integrated into the brake lights.

The Winnebago HIKE 100

Winnebago HIKE 100

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Weighing in at just 3,000 pounds, it should come as no surprise that this travel trailer was awarded “Lightweight Travel Trailer of the Year” by RV News magazine and the “2022 Top Debut” by RVBusiness magazine.

With five flexible floorplans to choose from, including two with exterior kitchens and two with enough interior cargo space to carry bicycles and more, you’ll have everyone at the campsite envious of your setup once you arrive.

Ready for your new RV? Tell everyone you’re taking a hike — the HIKE 100. Visit Winnebago’s website to learn more.

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