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From canyoneering and climbing to mountain biking and hiking, there’s no shortage of desert adventures here

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The weather can be gnarly, but that doesn’t stop New Englanders from suiting up and heading out

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Surfing gets all the attention, but there’s great hiking, climbing, and cycling near Los Angeles too

What I learned on my powder-filled dream trips to Whistler and Aspen

Rigs for going far, far afield and taking all your gear with you

The first mass-produced, off-road-ready camper to be sold in the U.S. in decades is a winner

The Gunner G1 is the most useful dog kennel ever made

The world's hottest supercar company made a crossover. We got it dirty.

The best way to get first chair? Park next to it.

Getting stuck in the snow is never fun, but we’ve got some tips and tools to get you out quickly.

The LiveWire is a giant leap for Harley, if only a small step for the motorcycle industry as a whole

Is the massive rack-maker's investment in rooftop tents a good thing?

When you live on the road, space for new things is limited. Here are some items your favorite nomad can really use.

How our writer turned a midsize pickup into the ultimate adventure home

Safety, reliability, and capability, all in one (relatively affordable) truck

Electric power + a pickup = a match made in heaven in American consumers' eyes. But let's not get too excited yet.

'Moab Overland' features a Land Rover Defender 110 packed with provisions tackling the rowdy dirt trails around the Utah outdoor hotspot

Testing the addition of active suspension and semiautonomous off-road driving

If you're going to splurge on the vehicle of your dreams, best to kit it out properly

Four-wheeled fun for the car-camping masses

The Cooper A/TWs are the only all-terrain tire fitted with a true winter rubber compound

An important PSA about driving safely in bad weather

These tools will make the most of your next adventure road trip

A little prep goes a long way toward getting yourself un-screwed

Watch to get a tour of this dreamy 1957 Suburban and prepare for major car envy. 

Watch for an inside look at Eric Duckworth's larger-than-life overland setup. 

‘The Baja Box’ documents pro snowboarder Austin Smith building out a box truck in Baja.

The ABR E-Z Deflator is the cheapest, easiest way to improve your ride off-road

Buy this $80 seat cover and you’ll never pay to detail your car again

Want to ride around the world? In 2020, you’ll be able to do that on a Hog.

We caught up with the couple behind Desk to Glory at Overland Expo to take a look at their swoon-worthy, built out truck.

Dirt bikes and 4x4s aren't nearly as bad for the environment as you might think. (Hear me out.)

Investing in the right truck is good. Investing in some quality add-ons is even better. (Spoiler alert: It's not gonna be cheap.)

Sure, it's brutal on the highway and mechanically unreliable, but that only adds to the sense of adventure, right?

It took the team a year just to figure out the 3,212-mile Arctic route

This incredibly useful skill gives any old car the capability of a full-size truck

Everything you could possibly want to know about the various car-camping sleep setups out there. Plus, when to just use a freaking tent.

Want to go off-road? Here are options at $10K, $20K, and $30K.

Keep this stuff in your 4x4 at all times

What all those buttons, levers, and knobs actually do in your 4x4

Vital knowledge for owners of any 4WD or AWD vehicle

Never put a wrench on a truck before? Start here.

Do this and never die from dehydration in Death Valley

Andrew Taylor is a 30-year-old mountain biker who has spent the last two years on the road. This is the rig that made it possible.

It comes down to better organization, capacity, and accessibility

Thinking about designing your own rig? Here are some tips from a pro.

Each year, Flagstaff, Arizona, turns into an overlanding mecca for a weekend. Last week I set out in search of the sweetest, most eye-catching vehicles at the event. They weren't hard to find.

The ceiling can hold us, so we're throwing tents up there.

Maximize your under-the-bed storage by choosing gear that packs small without compromising on function

From Expedition Overland, this episode of Oh Hey There with Jeff walks through the Adventure Trailers Habitat Truck Topper.

Design, luxury, and practicality—all for $600 per month

These things from Go Fast Campers can actually go off-road

The trucks, SUVs, and crossovers that keep going when the pavement ends

This new Jaguar E-Pace is also the roomiest small crossover

Big SUVs are a necessity for some families. Finally, they drive as well as they haul.

And how you can do it, too, for $120K less

The legendary Mercedes SUV gets softer and more manageable for more drivers

Move over, Tacoma. There’s an all-new Ranger in town.

A small but mighty subculture navigates a lot more than the unpredictable conditions of living on the road

Nine small but useful essentials

The all-new 4x4 is the best Jeep Jeep has ever made

Free up some space inside your car by storing your gear on top

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Overlanding, where you use your vehicle to explore and camp in off-the-grid spots, can be done in almost any car or truck. At Tactical Application Vehicles, Walt Wagner specializes in helping people decide which upgrades are necessary, and then carefully adds those new components to their rigs.

The all-new 2018 Wrangler will be more capable both on- and off-road

The new three-row car is the largest Subaru has ever made

Forget the cooler. In-car fridges make fresh food way more convenient in the outdoors.

From a $150 cooler to a $645 SUP, this list exclusively features gear that enables adventure.  (Courtesy Isle) Isle Cruiser Soft Top Paddleboard Kit ($645) Why a soft-top SUP? Because you’re not in a race. The Isle Cruiser Soft Top Paddleboard kit includes a paddle and bungees to hold your gear. …

Stuff you can add to your truck to make it better for off-road travel

The first car-based Range Rover honors the brand's off-road legacy, even though the on-road experience could use some improvements

The shell of this Ducati was lovingly hammered from three sheets of raw aluminum and then melded with mahogany veneer panels.

You could turn your Jeep or Tacoma into an off-road beast. Or you could just buy this bad-ass side-by-side buggy instead.

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