When you carry the whole world in your pocket, aid can arrive from the most unexpected places

From towering waterfalls to long-distance trails, this 90-mile stretch of Route 20 packs the region’s best adventures into one trip

We’ve found the most adventure-packed routes for your road-trip bucket list

If you were as caught off guard by the end of summer as we were, here are some easy-to-plan itineraries for the long weekend

In 1960, John Steinbeck set out on a cross-country adventure with his standard poodle, Charley. More than half a century later, writer Kristin Wong did the same thing with her dog—and learned an unexpected lesson about the pain of uncertainty.

The Flying Cloud 30FB Office oozes quality, but it’s not immune to the bumps in the road

This portable jump starter is the size of a sandwich, but has the juice to single-handedly revive a vehicle. Charge it via the included USB cable, and throw it in the trunk for additional peace of mind wherever you drive.

You don’t have to spend a lot to improve your vehicle setup

Our ethics columnist weighs in on balancing conservation and enjoyment

Chickfly’s innovative zipperless fly makes for pee freedom

Photographer James Barkman has been living in his 1976 VW Westfalia van for seven years. The lessons he’s learned can help you on your long-weekend road trip, too.

Fuel up for your next adventure with these deliciously portable bento boxes

We featured the Yeti 150 in our 2016 roundup of road trip essentials. “The 12-pound, toaster-size Yeti 150 offers USB, 12-volt, and AC ports. Wall-charge it before your trip, and connect Goal Zero’s solar panels to keep it humming for days on end,” wrote our tester.

This tee is one of our favorite shirts that cut down on odor. The Japanese polyester “makes it very lightweight, exceptionally breathable, and helps the shirt hold its shape,” wrote tester Bryan Rogala. Those features make it great for travel: “It’s easy to wash in a bathtub,…

This button-down shirt made from perforated nylon was built for long days on the road. It helps manage heat and sweat on long hikes, and you can cram it into the bottom of a pack, shake it out, and it will emerge wrinkle free. Unlike most other travel shirts, the…

We came up with a list of the people, places, and trends that matter now, from the rise of outdoor reservation systems and new mountain-biking meccas to where to thaw out this winter

This season you're going to want an adventuremobile you can post up in at the base of the ski area. Here are some good ones.

Six items that keep me self-sufficient while traveling

We explore the pros and cons of two relatively affordable options

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