From the East Coast to the West, 'glamping' in rented pre-setup canvas tents seems to be all the rage. Is this type of camping really worth the nightly rental?Read More
Like many of you, the Adventure Insider team is much more friendly after our morning cup-of-joe. Here are our top three options you should investigate for your morning camp coffee:Read More
The idea of hunting, killing, and cleaning you own food isn't something that most people can stomach.Read More
Ready for an awesome adventure in Colorado this fall? OutThereColorado.com put together an excellent list of the 20 HIghest Roads in the Centennial State.
Our favorites? Dirt of course...
Webster Pass, summit elevation: 12,140 ft.
Stony Pass, summit elevation: 12,650 ft.
Imogene Pass, summit elevation: 13,117 ft.
Mosquito Pass, summit elevation: 13,186 ft.
Read the full list on their site.
This excellent article from the Winter 2016 issue of Toyota Cruisers & Trucks Magazine will get you ready for a little snow exploring this winter.
Major points include easy ways to get started, where to go, and tips to stay safe while on your adventure.
Read the full article on TCT Magazine's site!
Beau Johnston from Living Overland spent a little time with the Tamron 15-30mm lense. While many of us prefer to use Prime lenses from our preferred camera vendor when possible, the reality is this: wallets eventually run out of cash.
Thankfully, there are other less expensive options that still provide a suitable level of performance. Beau goes over everything from construction to performance this very detailed review.
Read the full article on Living Overland.com
Our colleagues at Toyota Cruisers & Trucks Magazine have published a really simple sleeping bag buyers guide. The article from contributor Katie Levy goes over 5 basic questions:
From there it's simply a matter of choosing a brand that meets your criteria and placing your order.
Read the full story on TCT Magazine
Last week Doug Tompkins, co-founder of The North Face, passed during a kayaking accident in Patagonia. He was 72 years old.
Pretty cool way to inspire us all to get outside :)