Exploring the best firepit options for camp and cooking.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Overland Journal, Fall 2017 When most people envision New Mexico, they picture the outlines of rocky plateaus, desert sunsets, and Native American culture. It’s understandable, as you can certainly find these things in abundance throughout the state, but there is also something more: the Continental Divide. Drivers…
Bryon Bass takes to the field in a custom 4WD office: a converted 2010 Ford E350 6.0-liter diesel van.
We revisit the unlikely wellspring of Britain’s legendary Land Rover.
Enabling the joy of sleep.
We evaluate the latest crop of overland trailers.
Anza–Borrego Desert State Park (ABDSP) is a remote moonscape that beckons the adventurer with technical terrain, expansive geology, and the solitude of desert campsites. It is named for the Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and borrego (bighorn sheep). At 600,000 acres it is the largest park in California, featuring over 500 miles of dirt…
A journey from Arctic peaks to desert sands.
Sometimes the best adventure is the journey home.
Our 70 Series Land Cruiser, modified for travel and trail.
These five portable abodes have enough brawn to thwart weather’s worst.
Exploring Uganda and Kenya by Mercedes G-Wagen Entdecker.
Part Two: 28 DAYS, 6,000 MILES, FIVE LAND ROVERS, AND A BIG BAG OF MONEY
Publisher Scott Brady wraps up our long-term Land Rover project, adding interior storage, electronics, and a locking differential.
A ragtag team of adventurers drive the newest Tacoma to the ends of the earth during a winter trek.
Overland Journal compares the greatest adventure vehicles produced today and dares to declare a winner.
We pilot one of Australia’s best campers on the world’s largest sand island.
Review of the All-New 1200 Tiger XCA for Overland Travel For 2018, Triumph has freshened their lineup to reduce weight and improve trail performance for both Tiger models, with the most significant capability changes coming to the 1200. The Tiger lineup has traditionally been a 60/40 offering with a bias toward upright touring. However, the…
We here at Overland Journal and Expedition Portal love our canines. In fact, we’ve thought of making pup ownership a requirement for employment. Many of us have hiked, camped, and overlanded with our four-legged adventurers, so we were excited to read all of the stories and photos we received for our inaugural Roverlander of the Year contest.