Dawson Creek is a small town in British Columbia, Canada that is best known as being “Mile 0” of the Alaska Highway. For those adventuring by road to Alaska, the Alaska Highway (or AlCan) is the only road to Alaska, crossing through British Columbia and the Yukon Territory before entering Alaska. If you are traveling […]
Jen Juneau is by every stretch of the definition an outdoorsy woman. She grew up an avid skier in the mountains of Colorado, has raced sled dogs, hiked across Spain on the Camino de Santiago Trail with her adult daughters, and has backpacked throughout the Rocky Mountains. In her spare time, she has raised four children […]
Childhood friends Sean Nichols, Matt Ryan, and Josh Staley grew up racing motocross. Recently the three friends traveled from the US to Europe, rented a van, and spent a month preparing for one of their long-time dreams—to race in what is considered to be the hardest motorcycle race of its kind, the Erzberg Rodeo. The […]
As the RV industry continues to grow, the RVs themselves are shrinking. Huge, 40-foot rigs are still the ideal for many. However, innovative manufacturers are competing to cram all the comforts of a Class A into smaller and more manageable spaces. Some say that bigger is better, but these tiny campers may convince you otherwise. 1. Tentmushi Mini Camper Designed […]
These common sense Dos and Don’ts of RVing in Australia are a must-read before you plan your big journey Down Under.
Camping in Japan seems like an unbelievable concept to the average Westerner but did you know that renting a RV is one of the more affordable ways to explore Japan’s lush countryside and hidden tourist gems? Touring in Japanese Camper Car RVs If the number of Japanese camping car shows are any indication, the popularity […]