Every year our forum section explodes with thousands of posts dedicated to trip planning. If you live in a part of the country where the western half is within striking distance, your options for adventure are genuinely without limit. Sandwiched between the Pacific Ocean and the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains sits a dozen…
I’ve always regarded blogs as harbouring the sort of self-indulgent small talk which bores us all; inane, desultory, mini-updates neither telling a story nor addressing a point. An incoherent musing of one’s day-to-day life written by those who seem to have overlooked the stories that readers might actually want to hear. So, it came as…
Headed North? Here are three drives to put under your tires.
For the modern story teller, particularly those hoping to get published, the ability to convey events equally well in prose and pixels is no easy task. While some nail the word making, they may struggle to capture the photos necessary to get their story on the printed page. As editors and aggregators of content, we…
I had never been to Mexico prior to this trip. Also, being Swedish meant that my Spanish was pretty much non-existent. That wasn’t going to stop me. I could not have been more excited about my solo road trip to the Baja Peninsula in Mexico. I had been planning it for quite some time. What…
It’s dry, hot, and profoundly remote. Just where we would expect to find Karin and Coen.
Iran teems with contradictions. Persian rugs are sold in bazaars next to knock-off American perfumes, chador covered women window shop for miniskirts, and the oppressiveness of the Islamic Republic is countered by the irrepressible optimism of its citizens. A country that’s been isolated by its own policies and years of Western sanctions (only recently lifted),…
We escape into the Texas hill country for a weekend adventure
For International Women’s Day, Expedition Portal celebrates six women overlanders
A walk into the abyss where time stands still.
Two adventure-seekers and one red pickup.
The Women’s Travel Festival is coming up March 3-5 in New Orleans
Heather and Dave of Riding Full Circle take time off from riding around the world to make some turns.
Read the book then hit the road. The Bells of A2A Expedition tell you how to do it.
Three days in the Northern Frontier
2016 wasn’t all doom and gloom, so lets look at a few positives
Before we ring in the new year, the team takes a look back at 2016
In search of dirt roads in British Columbia’s northern most corner.
A visit with a local family in the small town of Friesland
Tracing the Continental Divide through Southern Colorado