We are a small family of overlanders actively exploring the Southwest United States and beyond. Our mission is to encourage and educate others who desire to venture away from civilization and experience a more adventurous side of life. Our hope is that we would inspire others to find their own passion in overlanding the great outdoors.

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If you have wheels, a craving for adventure, and a willingness to put yourself and your vehicle to the test, then you are an overlander.

Overlanding: The wheeled pursuit of adventure.

Overlanding is what you make of it. It is an extension of who you are. It is not confined to definition. It is unfettered and free. It is pavement, gravel, dirt, mud, sand, and rock. It is mountain high and four-wheel low. It is blue skies and two-wheel drive. It is highways and it is byways. It is preparation and perspiration. It is challenge and challenge accepted. It is community. It is commradery. It is adventure.

For us, overlanding is a LIFESTYLE.


Whether you’re just getting started, looking to improve skills, get advice on gear, or simply want to follow the adventures, we are here to help. Check out our Overland Blog for helpful articles, gear reviews, overland routes, and most importantly; inspiration!

Recent Posts

5th Gen Toyota 4Runner Oil Change

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDWa0gVPDmE How-to video for 5th Generation 4Runner oil change. Tools Needed: 3/8” Drive Ratchet (Manual or Air) 3/8” 4” Socket Extension Torque Wrench 10mm Socket 12mm Socket 14mm Socket [...]

Video: The Enchanted Rockies Trail – PART V

Our 10 day adventure comes to a close as we traverse Boreas Pass and enjoy one last sunset in Pike National Forest. Thank you for following along with our [...]

Ram Mount Solutions for the Overlander

Editor's Note: Revised 5/18/17 to include long double socket for tablet and corrected part numbers. Secure your devices on the trail with quality Ram Mount components! This video is [...]


The Enchanted Rockies Trail is a series of overland trails that begin in south-central New Mexico and end in north-central Colorado.

This self-designed route consists of nearly 800 miles of off-pavement travel and passes through multiple districts of 9 National Forests and 2 National Parks along the way.

We documented every aspect of this route during our adventure and now want to share it with the Overland Community!


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