To mangle a Smiths lyric, some potholes are bigger than others. Driving up to this washout, you’d think there was no getting across. Watch this Pinzgauer 6×6 give it a go.
Just a Pinzgauer 718K heading over the horizon in Tunisia.
If you’re looking for a tough-as-nails off-roader, I don’t think you’ll get more bang for your buck than this 6×6 M35A2 “Deuce-and-a-Half” Army truck.
A flat bed that’s tough as nails, and as capable as any 4WD you pull it behind.
This truck, and its square-jawed, 1980s brethren represent my favorite iteration of the Unimog concept.
Overlanders are a unique bunch of people. They want it all, especially when they’re our traveling for extended periods of time with a partner….
These extraordinarily capable trucks were built in the 1970s for the Swiss military by the Austrian manufacturer
Steyr-Puch (who, coincidentally, also build the G-wagen for Mercedes-Benz).
We met online when I was in college, about 12 years ago. At the time I was looking for a partner to join me on winter snowboard trips.
Cerocahui to El Fuerte on the Old Road
Introducing Stories from the Vault
6000 miles, five weeks, 10 states, and one province
Given the number of hours we spent on the road on some days, the Kakadu ended up being a godsend.
Another great couple is about to hit the road! Brad and Sheena have just quit their jobs and are embarking on a round-the-world trip in their VW Volkswagen. We are not sure yet if their biggest challenge will be the multiple border crossings, or maintenaining a 1984 Westfalia across multiple continents! But in any case…
Phase 3: Guatemala
When we finally crossed into Guatemala, we had to pay a few bucks for some sort of mandatory agricultural spray on the underside of the vehicle.
Phase 2: Southeastern Mexico
… we dropped down to the expansive sea-level marshlands in the state of Tabasco …
Phase 1: Intro; Northern/Central Mexico
Most Americans drool over the legendary Land Rover Defender 110, and especially ones newer than 25 years old, which cannot be legally imported & registered in the United States.
We take a look at one of the baddest campers around
Auspit is an Australian made portable rotisserie that is lightweight and packable. With several configurations the Auspit provides a unique cooking solution for an overland camp or for your back yard!
Light weight and compact storage dimensions.
I wanted to make an awning that would interface with my Thule rack, and provide an easy set-up/tear down. This is an initial prototype, but it has proven to work pretty well. Awning Design Rack Parts: Thule Parts- Thule Hull-A-Port Kayak Rack (835) Thule QuickDraw Ratcheting Boat Straps (855) Thule Aero Foot…
Sportsmobile is celebrating their 50 year anniversary and we caught up with President, Alan Feld at the Washington Overland Rally to talk a little about their history and newest offerings.
Overview of Trailer Use for Vehicle Dependent Expedition Travel