Outdoorist Guide to Glacier National Park

I spent a week in Glacier National Park–my first time there–and just, whoa. Montana has a reputation for being one of the last wild frontiers, and this parcel of public land is a true testament to that. My experience felt particularly charmed. It was … [Read more...]

Baja by Motorcycle | For The Love of Tacos…

This was previously published at the now-extinct Overland Junction website. I am ill prepared for the cold. We’ve been riding for what seems like an eternity already and I have forgotten how my hands are supposed to feel. Two numb chunks of ice are … [Read more...]

Helena for Outdoor Families

This post is sponsored by the Southwest Montana Tourism, which we are so thankful for. However, our experiences and what we tell you here are exactly what we have told (and will tell) our family and friends!  This past weekend we traveled to Helena … [Read more...]

Innova Kayaks | Your Summer Adventure, Inflated

Summer is coming on hard here in the Southwest and with the heat comes a focus on water adventures. When the sun is beating down and the trails become unbearably hot, it’s time to break out the kayaks. A while back I started thinking about … [Read more...]

Great Places to Eat from Glacier to Yellowstone

The one thing about traveling with families is someone ALWAYS has to eat. While bringing your own food and saving some money is great, sometimes it is so necessary for the sanity of everyone to get out of the car, stretch your legs and get some fresh … [Read more...]

Visiting Virginia and Nevada Cities on Your Way to Yellowstone

This post is sponsored by the Southwest Montana Tourism, which we are so thankful for. However, our experiences and what we tell you here are exactly what we have told (and will tell) our family and friends!  So many families road trip to Yellowstone … [Read more...]

12 Days of Gear Giveaways Day 7: Travel

**Check here to keep up with all the giveaways for our 12 Days of Gear Giveaways Event!**  When I say travel, really I mean ANY sort of movement around this great earth of ours, near or far! Our giveaways today are items that we tend to pack for just … [Read more...]

Our Teardrop Trailer | Introducing Wilma…

What is the perfect Adventure Travel rig? There is no real answer to that question, not in the general sense. The answer to that is different for every person and for every adventure. Since we started looking several years ago, there have been dozens … [Read more...]

Sedona – A family trip in the outdoors

Sedona from The Red Rock Visitor Center Several times a year, I am tasked with one of my favorite things: planning a family trip. This time, I didn’t have to come up with the destination. I asked my wife and daughter where they wanted to go and … [Read more...]

Florida: The USA’s Hidden Outdoor Adventure Gem

Here’s the thing: When I was a young adult living in Florida, I spent every weekend trying to get outside. And for some reason, I thought I had to cross state lines in order to achieve outdoor bliss. I’d spend up to 12 hours driving in a single … [Read more...]