Cinematographer Bruce Dorn shares his obsession for African megafauna that will not only kill you, but also eat you. Bon appétit!
If you read my most recent skills piece on the nuances of power management for overland travel, you know I was a bit dismissive of solar. This is not to say it lacks usefulness, but for most people the tools used to store power are more convenient. Solar can be slow, require constant alignment of…
The Expeditions 7 team explores the remote reaches of the red continent.
Determined to vet the reliability and performance of a modern Land Rover, Overland Journal secures a 2012 LR4 and modifies it for serious exploration.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Overland Journal, Winter 2017. Prayer is the best way to meet the Lord, but trespassing on this property is faster. Folks in Texas are known for many things, but taking kindly to trespassers ain’t one of ’em. Don’t get me wrong, most would give you the shirt off…
Deep into the Colombian savanna, a ragtag team of adventurers get caught in a quagmire of mud, sand, piranha, and gunboats.
The Expeditions 7 team traverses 20,000 kilometers from Nordkapp, Norway, to Magadan, Russia, on the world’s most northern roads.
The Expeditions 7 team crosses the Icelandic desert and Europe’s largest glacier.
Prudhoe Bay to Cape Spear—The Expeditions 7 team transects North America on a trek around the world.
Overland Journal reviews the best “Big Bike” options for exploring the globe on two wheels.
Outfitting the Expeditions 7 vehicles for a trek around the world.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Overland Journal, Gear Guide 2009. Modifying a vehicle is nearly always a compromise. Adding horsepower typically comes at the cost of efficiency. Lifting a vehicle often comes at the cost of high-speed stability, and each new modification usually adds more weight and complexity to a platform that…
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Overland Journal, Fall 2008. I still remember the article about the 1991 Camel Trophy. The words and images are as visible in my mind today as the first time I saw them. I had casually picked up a 4WD publication from a newsstand. Thumbing through its pages,…
Last year, we presented you with The Big Chill, an exhaustive review of some of the best rotomolded coolers on the market. Over the course of 10 days, we analyzed construction and design, drain systems, ergonomics, capacity, and structural integrity. We then filled them with ice, set them on a deck under the midsummer sun…
Expeditions 7: Publisher Scott Brady and a team of adventurers prepare for a two-year expedition to seven continents.
We lugged our gear around the world to bring you the best of the best in storage case solutions.
Feel like heading somewhere warm? This guide will tell you what you need to know.
A guide to exploring one of the west’s classic overland routes, the Mojave Road.
A guide to one of Arizona’s most exciting trails
A guide to the Alpine Loop with camp sites, suggested detours, and a gpx track