Three Classic Vehicles Explore the North Woods
Some builds start with a base platform. Others start with a passion.
It’s a new twist on an old way to carry your most important pieces of gear.
We visit one of the most celebrated roadside stops in all of North America for a beer and a chat with Coco.
Lisa Morris and Jason Spafford trade the life conventional for a ride of a lifetime.
From Holland to the World Cup, Wherever the Cup is Played
There are rare Land Rovers and then there is this Land Rover. And, it could be yours.
We took Arai’s flagship DS helmet to Baja’s backcountry to see if it really is the king of adventure helmets.
The Expedition Portal Subaru project vehicle takes on one of the most revered overland routes in North America.
He’s past a major Rubicon and moved on to his next great journey; may the forks in his path lead to endless adventures.
Photographer and overlander Jacob Blick takes us on a stunning photographic journey.
With fire season upon us once again, we revisit Smokey Bear’s famous words.
The Troller R-X Concept inches closer to reality.
Mechanical mishaps are bound to happen. Coen and Karin-Marijke take us to the best workshop in Ecuador.
Adventure photographer Keith Thompson takes us to the far corners of the world.
There’s been a lot of hoopla in the last few years about which full-sized OE pickup is the most capable when it comes to surmounting technical terrain. A few years back, Ram’s introduction of true front and rear locking differentials in the Power Wagon was a game changer. However, the vehicle struggled between spring ratings…
The second day of Overland Expo is always the busiest. This year was no different.
Troy Bignell gets behind the wheel of a rare Toyota Land Cruiser BJ74.
Justin Coffey and his wife tour the Pacific Northwest, surfing and camping out of their converted cargo van.
It is one of the most beautiful corners of the world and it’s right here in the United States. In fact, it’s a half day’s drive from the Expedition Portal office and a frequent destination for our crew of adventurers. It would be tricky for me to account for all of my visits to this…