The reputable Australian made Patriot Campers off-road trailers are now available in the USA! Patriot is well-known throughout the world for their rugged and feature-rich trailers, built to tough Aussie specifications. Check out their popular YouTube marketing video for the X1 trailer—the video has over a half-million views.
The 650 acres at Mulberry Mountain Lodging & Events in Arkansas is nestled in the hilly Ozark National Forest and serves as the ideal environment for the overland-themed expo “Rendezvous in the Ozarks”. Event organizer Randy Putt came up with the idea while attending Overland Expo West in 2014. He wanted something in the central part of the U.S., according to Randy: “As I watched the number of overland related Facebook groups and vendors from the central US grow over the last two years, I decided to start Natural State Overland specifically to host this event, promote Tread Lightly principles, and showcase the beauty of the Natural State!”
Planning your 2018 Adventure? You can use tools like the FunTreks Website (and guidebooks/data cards/maps) along with apps like Hema Explorer to get ready for a grand adventure!
We made a short video showing the basic steps =)
Today Toyota USA revealed their latest concept car, the FT-AC (Future Toyota Adventure Concept), and we're interested in something like this becoming a reality.Today Toyota USA revealed their latest concept car, the FT-AC (Future Toyota Adventure Concept), and we're interested in something like this becoming a reality.
The goal was to escape the August Texas heat and land me in an ideal spot for the solar eclipse. My plan was to start in Colorado by hitting sections of the Enchanted Rockies Trail, stop off at Canyonlands National Park for an early morning sunrise photo at Mesa Arch (bucket list item), head north into Glacier National Park, Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada, Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, then finish the trip by meeting a group of fellow Toyota off-roaders in central Wyoming for the solar eclipse.
We have had an on-again, off-again relationship with Cooper Tires ever since we purchased our 1998 4Runner in 2006. We initially ran a set of their Adventurer A/T and a set of their Discoverer S/T tires before embarking on a five-year, 82,000 mile fling with remolded tires. That fling ended tragically last July with a sidewall failure and blowout as we were traveling through Montana. It was then that I reachedout to our readership to ask which tire you would want us to review. Much to my surprise, you overwhelmingly asked for us to review the Cooper Tire Discoverer S/T MAXX. So, we reached out to Cooper Tire, and three weeks later I had five brand new 285/75R16 tires sitting at my house.