Anyone who has spent time off-road can attest that the first time you lose traction, whether in the dunes, heavy snow or thick mud, it can be a true anxiety-inducing event. Your wheels are spinning yet forward progress is slowly grinding down. Or even completely stops. You can try increasing the speed, rocking back and […]
Our cell phones have made trip planning and navigating much easier and more efficient. Gone are the days of having crumpled maps in your glove compartment and stopping at rest stops to collect all the local literature you can carry. As the saying goes… “there’s an app for that”. However, just as a lack of […]
Benefits of Using Standalone GPS Service and Signals If you’re going camping, backpacking, or Overlanding, you’re likely to be far from a cell phone signal. The further away the more likely you’ll see the dreaded “NO SERVICE” message. You can download as many offline maps as you want before embarking on your adventure, but few […]
Check out a first-hand look at the Camp Chef Rainier camping stove by Chase Gibson of the OK Adventures YouTube channel. Give him a like and follow after you’re done watching! Watch the video for a special code at the end for a discount on the Camp Chef Rainier stove.
Winter may be a very boring time for those who love getting their four-wheel drive vehicles out on the trail. They’re climbing the walls of their garage by January, passing the time by browsing off-road discussion boards, shopping for new Overlanding gear, just waiting for that groundhog to gently remind them that a thaw is […]
There may be little difference between one winch-ready aftermarket bumper and the next to the untrained, non-automotive eye. To be honest, they all appear like large, heavy black metal chunks. Even yet, the bumper landscape can be overwhelming and confusing, especially for individuals who drive a popular vehicle with an endless supply of manufacturer choices. […]
Being from Ohio, finding a place for Overlanding is pretty limited. We like to vacation down the east coast whether it’s in the Carolinas, Virginia or down to the Sunshine State. This is by no means a complete list and we welcome any additions or suggestions. Leave your recommendations in the comments. We’ve put together […]
Before buying a winch to help in recovery situations you should know the basics of what to look for to meet your specific needs. For example, the type of line, whether it should be steel cable or synthetic rope. The pulling capacity. Do you need 6000 lb or a 12,000 lb pull rating? Electrically powered […]