Having a Backup Map and Compass Will Keep You Moving in The Right Direction Learning how to use a traditional compass and map to find your way is as paramount as knowing how to change a tire or liberate a stuck Jeep. When important systems fail, you
Trade Horsepower for Foot Power and Go for a Hike The road circles the base of a pine-crested mountain, undulating though stream beds and over crags of rock. From your windshield, the mountain’s peak appears rugged, breathtaking and inspiring; the cool air at the top must be
Our recommendations for all of the best iPhone and Android apps for overlanding to help you out on- and off-road this year. While you're out on the road, your phone is your only connection to the world wide web. Of course you can (and should) print out
Birds, Whales, and Much More Overlanding isn't just about the drive, and many of those who enjoy it have interests that perfectly pair with life in the wilderness. Beyond vistas and natural formations, an interest in wildlife goes hand in hand with a love of the outdoors.
Nutrient Survival food is freeze dried for on-the-go eats When you’re living off of what you can fit within the confines of your 4x4 when off roading, you need to be mindful of what you bring along. There’s only so much that can fit in your rig,
Our selection of outdoor gear for hikers: packing, cooking and celebrating the outdoors. Tread wants to make sure you have not only everything you need while you're out adventuring, but also the latest and greatest innovations in gear collected with hikers in mind. We've found lightweight luxuries
EARTH'S LARGEST AND OLDEST TREES: SEQUOIAS National Park Week calls for appreciating the parks that preserve America's natural wonders. Home to some of the world's largest and longest-living trees, Sequoia National Park is no exception. This park in east-central California is full of not only sky-scraping sequoias
LAND OF THE BLUE SMOKE It's National Park Week, which means it's time to highlight some of these special places sightseers hold dear to their hearts. Great Smoky Mountains National Park has the attention today for being America's most visited national park. The ancient mountains that border