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Jason Livingston

Famous hunter and conservationist, Steven Rinella, once proposed the notion of varying grades of fun. The lowest grade of fun comes from experiences like roller coasters where there is no sacrifice, just instant gratification. These moments are... Read more

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Alain Gagnon

For the past few years, my spouse Tammi and I have been overlanding throughout the Midwestern and Southwestern United States where off-road opportunities abound. With all the challenges, discovery, and scenic passages, our time exploring these... Read more

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Jason Livingston

A friend once said to me, “When you go on an adventure, you can’t lose. Either you end up having a good time or you end up with a good story.” As I stared out of my rooftop tent at the mist-covered landscape, illuminated by the sporadic sheet... Read more

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Peter Storck

Do you ever find yourself talking to people that look at your roof top tent (RTT) and ask why you don’t just use a regular tent?  Then, there are others who look at your built-up overland rig and ask why you don’t just get a travel trailer?... Read more

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Mathieu Godin

Wild Coast Camping Gear held its annual Lala Phezulu (Sleep on Top) Customer Appreciation Weekend at The Vidito Family Campground & Cottages in Wilmot, Nova Scotia July 12-14, marking its fourth year of bringing excitement exclusively to its Roof... Read more

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Jake Quinones

Jake is a New Mexico native and has been familiar with the path less traveled since childhood. Some of his earliest memories include riding shotgun in his Dad’s Bronco while traversing the Great Divide Trail and sleeping under the stars in Denali... Read more

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KRIS WHEELER

They say don’t wheel alone... but I do and I live for it.. I remember my first night at Cabin Lake alone on its opening weekend, debating the risks against the returns. Turns out it’s a perfect place to get cell reception when you don’t want it... Read more

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4WD Magazine

There are certainly shops where you can take your overland or trail rig to get it upgraded or repaired. But if you enjoy the satisfaction of turning your own wrench, the pride of investing your own sweat equity, and saving some cash, we can help. Read more

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Tom Severin

Bob said he had to get back. We were two days into a three-day trip through the Mojave Desert. He assured me that he knew the way back. At one-point Bob arrived at a river crossing. He had crossed it several times in the past. Normally it was only... Read more

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Mathieu Godin

Being the owner of a 4WD allows us to explore far into the backcountry–away from it all–but what if something goes wrong when we are out there? The purpose of a grab bag is to ensure you have everything you need to survive an emergency situation. Read more

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Mathieu Godin

As the passage on the beach was getting narrower, I stopped and stepped out of my Pathfinder to reassess my situation, while at the same time observing the sea waves crashing down on the beach. They were coming in strong with a wild roar. I was... Read more

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Safety cash

Perry Mack

One constant in four-wheeling is the need to pack properly. Because we’re off on our own – away from the conveniences of city life – we have to be self-sufficient. Not only do we prepare for the expected (camping, cookouts, and such), we must try... Read more

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