Yellowstone National Park is auctioning off most of its old 'cats. So we reached out to Orion Anthony of Northern Lights Optic to find out what it's like to own one of these beauties.

Rumor has it that this iconic SUV might make a comeback, so fans are making suggestions for what they'd like to see

It’s no Land Rover, but this Russian 4x4 is still an off-road beast

The beloved Bombardier snowcoaches are headed to the auction block

A redesigned suspension system makes this year's model a lot more fun to drive

Easy on suburban life with a touch of off-road DNA

A confidant hybrid with a crossover ride

Plenty of truck to handle shuttle duty for decades to come

A stem-to-stern reboot that was well worth the wait

A sporty diesel Range Rover. A mightily efficient Chevy truck. A hybrid Volvo SUV. The options for rolling to and from your favorite playgrounds have never looked better.

It drives with the confidence of a Wrangler but offers better gas mileage

Having a man cave in your basement is all well and good, but it’s even better if it’s portable. Enter the Escape Sport.

Someone added a third axle to the Hilux making it a total off-road beast

It's not all perfect views and heavy saturation—but it comes close

The iconic off-roader keeps its four-wheel-drive prowess, but gets a couple new creature comforts

A tricked-out VW Transporter that makes us want to move to Europe

An old classic gets an entirely modern overhaul

Perfect for weddings at the ski area or on muddy forest roads

Get after it with these essential add-ons, from $3.50 to $900

We’re ready to quit our day jobs and go explore the planet

We asked photographer Jeff Clark, who travels around in his customized Sprinter, to document a few of the best rigs and personalities he came across while spending the summer on the California highways.

What's the price of extreme versatility and ruggedness? $119,000!?

A mobile Midwestern cabin for wherever the roads takes you

The JLTV has the ballistic protection of a small tank and can withstand the under-belly blasts that destroyed many of its predecessors. Oh yeah, it also has a top speed of over 100 miles per hour.

The ideal outcome for a junk-heap find

The monster off-road camper we've been waiting for

There's nothing quite like hitting the road with everything you need. Anywhere could be home for the night. It’s a liberating feeling. We asked our Instagram followers to share their favorite towable escapes and best shots from the road. Here's what they shared.

BMW GS: An iconic adventure motorcycle introduced in 1980 to compete in the Dakar Rally race, the famed long-distance off-road endurance event.

Westfalia: A breed of Volkswagen camper van prone to expensive repairs, yet beloved by those who own them and coveted by road-trip dreamers everywhere.

Hummer: The civilian version of the military’s Humvee off-road vehicle, which was produced by AM General from 1992 to 2006.

Jeep: A four-wheel-drive vehicle first produced for the U.S. Army during World War II.

The original American road-trip trailer, designed in 1931 by Wally Byam, was inspired by Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis.

Towable as hell but built with enough room to host dinner parties

When you build the two millionth edition of an iconic 4x4, it deserves special treatment

A brewery in New Zealand is fueling cars with beer

Athlete and photographer Andrew Muse, 26, spent his lifesavings remodeling a 1976 Dynacruiser camper and outfitting it on a 2008 Nissan.

When his 1977 Dodge camper van died in Dawson City, Yukon, a few hours shy of the Arctic Circle, Cud Eastbound, 28, knew he needed to insulate the vehicle, fast.

Beautiful, right? Too bad you won't ever be able to buy it.

A motorcycle for people who don't ride motorcycles

We can't all afford vanlife. But we can rent it.

Double-check your current personal auto and health insurance plans, and compare deductibles

Sprinter 4×4 Here at Outside, we’re romantics when it comes to Syncros and Vanagons—possibly to the point of being delusional. Because to shell out $79,000 (one of many similar listings on Craigslist) for a 24-year-old Volkswagen with more than a quarter-million miles on it is, well, insanity.

Backcountry luxury without the sticker shock

Perfect your roof-rack skills, and keep your gear and ride in perfect condition.

Your picnic just got a serious upgrade.

Be ready to simplify before jumping on the tiny-house bandwagon.

Ural's Patrol, a Siberian-built beauty intended for year-round use, is our new favorite ultimate adventure vehicle.

Road biking can be dangerous. But thanks to advances in robotic car technology, we're approaching a day when there will be dramatically fewer fatalities on the road.

The 6 rules you must follow before embarking on a life on the road

One man and his canine pal cover 13,000 miles in 32 states to discover just how strong our relationship is with man's best friend.

Welcome to Alex Honnold's van. The American rock climber may be best known for his free solo ascents of killer walls, but we think his badass mobile home also deserves some attention.

Rediscover the open road with one of these four innovative campers.

The Slimline II isn’t your average roof rack. Rather, it’s a multifunction platform with more accessories than you’ll know what to do with.

The teardrop trailer is back to help you rediscover the open road

Pack up the AT Overland Chaser, and be ready to set off into the backcountry at a moment's notice.

Cyclists should heed a new survey that ranks cities based on their incidences of road rage.

The ultimate portable tree house

Here are six of our favorite vehicles (and add-ons) to help you find freedom on the open road.

In the latest auto-palooza, trucks trim weight and boost efficiency, while cars of all types get greener than ever.

Why you should hit the road in a Volkswagen pop-top.

Behold the Cricket, summer’s best new road-trip partner.

A better way to beat the ice

One in three vehicles sold today is an SUV, but that doesn't mean you (necessarily) need one

Performance tires, all-season tires, snow tires: Which should you be using?

Rooftop cargo carrier's have a nickname: rocket boxes.

A mobile home for modern adventurers, Bowlus’ Road Chief is your secret weapon for stylish, comfortable staycations and short- or long-term adventures you can drive to

Behold, the ultimate recreational vehicle

Outside reviews the World War II-era motorcycle and sidecar.