The trip in 1977 that inspired the book – Strangers Like Angels: With a Devil or Two to Boot
Ignoring hard lessons learned from his previous adventures on the African continent, Ben Coombs planned his next trip to Morocco perched upon a stool inside his favorite house of creativity, a British pub. Squinting through the proverbial beer goggles, he perused a thread of adventure-mobiles provided by the Ebay app on his smart-phone. His mission,…
The man behind theroadchoseme.com tells us where he’s been and where he is going.
How to handle bribes, bravado and other bouts with authority.
We nab an exclusive on the 2017 Trailhawk’s maiden trek on the world’s most famous trail.
Home is where the heart is for the Bell clan.
They say that the grass is always greener on the other side, but in Arizona that expression is usually true. With plenty of sun and very little rain, many parts of our wonderful state are well… brown. I can live with this for the most part, as our seemingly endless miles of back roads and superb selection…
Behind the Fences in the World’s Biggest Wetland
Two weeks to cross a river.
A worry free adventure through the best New Mexico has to offer
Prepare for a long read: a 14-day border crossing isn’t simply told in a few words. Here’s part 1.
The 2016 Sierra Trek: Come for the trail, stay for the party!
Chris Collard and a herd of Ram trucks ply the backroads of Arizona on the way to Overland ExPo.
How one family of four makes it possible.
Hot springs, mountains, Bolivian borders and the Atacama desert
It is the number one question we are asked as full time overlanders.
Driving to some of the coldest destinations on Earth. And you can do it, too.
Exploring the wild corners of Wyoming.
Exploring the vestiges of New Mexico’s frontier past.
From Holland to the South Pole setting a world record in the process.