About 2020-09-20T18:20:52+00:00

Our Legacy

Here at Sherpa Trailers we focus on the simplicity, sturdiness and longevity of our products.

Less can be more! We use and build things that really work and have great value.

Ease of use without fragile and complicated equipment and components.

Great customer service is our hallmark: Like our trailers, we always go the extra mile for our customers!

Our customers are like family to us, most of them stay in touch with us after their purchase, reporting of

their travels and adventures with their Sherpa Trailers.

Join the growing family and give us a call today!


Sherpa Trailers In The News

Forbes Magazine Travel Article 

“Ten Tiny Towable Trailers To Take Touring”

“Sherpa Yak and Yeti 

The Yak is halfway between a traditional teardrop and the more boxy designs that have become quite popular. At 900 lbs and $6,000, it’s a good weight and price. The 1-foot wider Yeti is 1,000 lbs.”



The Spokesman-Review compared our vision to that of Elon Musk’s. Here is an excerpt:

“Elon Musk launched SpaceX with the goal of making travel to Mars cheaper and easier.  Libby, Montana, resident Adam Montgomery and two partners launched Sherpa Trailers with the same aspiration – cheaper, easier travel – assuming your destination isn’t interplanetary. More like, say, Mars, Texas, or Mercury, Nevada. Today, Sherpa Trailers can be found parked in driveways around Spokane and as far away as Colorado. During a recent interview, Montgomery discussed cooking, college and claustrophobia…”

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Front & Center: Small-scale campers with a down-to-earth vision

Made in the Northwest: Sherpa Trailers

The Flathead Beacon – An Accidental Business
“Lincoln County trio intended on opening a body-shop but found success building teardrop trailers instead”

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