The Altitude Pinnacle is set up perfectly for long-term touring

Altitude Pinnacle: Review

The Altitude Pinnacle is set up perfectly for long-term touring. With loads of water capacity, power and solar to last in the bush, this is a very thorough, well-executed outback camper, perfect for use over extended periods.

This is a trailer more significant for its strength and ability than its innovation. Simplicity is the key here — nothing has been included unnecessarily and the result is an easy-to-use camper.

It’s very solid and has certainly been put through its paces in development, and has excellent ability to cope offroad. With a superb quality of finish, there has been a lot of attention to detail here. This camper ticks so many boxes because you can see that it has a wealth of experience behind it. It would go almost anywhere with ease and comfort. A truly great value proposition.

Here are the specs for the Altitude Pinnacle:


  • Tare: 1150kg
  • ATM: 2000kg
  • Suspension: Cruisemaster independent coil springs with twin shocks
  • Brakes: 12in drums, electric
  • Coupling: VC D035
  • Chassis: 50x50mm Duragal steel
  • Drawbar: 100x50mm
  • Body: Zinc steel
  • Wheel/tyre: 16in alloy rims/LT265/76R16
  • Style: Softfloor


  • Box size: 2800x1800mm
  • Length: 5000mm
  • Tent size: 2700x2700mm


  • Gas cylinder: 2 x 4kg
  • Water: 2 x 80L
  • Cooktop: Three-burner external stainless gas
  • Kitchen: Swing-out
  • Battery: 2 x 120Ah AGM

Read the full review and check out the video on Camper Trailer Australia or check out the full feature in issue #84 January 2015 of Camper Trailer Australia magazine. Subscribe today for all the latest camper trailer news, reviews and travel inspiration.