The Expeditions section includes travel from all over the world. We have articles from Alaska, Canada, the United States, Mexico, and beyond. We also focus on overland travel with unique travel rigs.
The Loucks discover amazing camping opportunities in British Columbia and Yukon Territories.
The Bronsbergs take the Alaska Marine Highway north, the Alaska-Canada (ALCAN) Highway south.
Readers reveal a list of must-see attractions in and around Alabama Hills in California.
The Binns traveled in their Arctic Fox 1150 visiting as many microbreweries as possible.
Six experienced truck campers reveal a list of must-see roads, trails, and attractions in Grand Teton National Park.
After 40 years and 250,000 miles, the Kochevers have visited almost every U.S. National Park.
Ross and Anna Weber share their experiences and best recommendations for truck camping through Labrador and Newfoundland.
Lucien and Helen Langlois had an epic truck camping year exploring Florida, Utah, New Mexico, and Labrador.
To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Gene and Donna Miller sold their Class A and took their Eagle Cap triple-slide to Alaska.
The Herzfelts share their 102 day, 17,223 mile adventure trip of a lifetime from Wisconsin to Alaska.
Ron Neimann has set an ambitious 3 year goal of driving across America with his Ford F350, custom flatbed, and 1972 Alaskan.
Jim and Mary Jeffries traveled from Cody, Wyoming to Red Lodge, Montana via the Beartooth Highway.