Are there more environmentally friendly vehicles than the truck I drive? Yes — and no. Like most things, that question doesn’t have a simple, black and white answer. Instead, it has a complicated one, which I try to dive into here. So buckle up, we’re going on a truck ride.
A multi-tool that has everything you’ll ever need for every situation you’ll ever be in. Sounds too good to be true, right? That’s because it is. Here’s why this multi-tool is terrible, and what you should shop for instead.
Money isn’t everything… But it sure isn’t nothing either! Whether we live in a van or we’re weekend warriors, we’ve all got bills to pay, and this guest post from Mr. SR will help make sense of financial planning for adventurers.
As Americans, we collectively own more than 640 million acres of public lands that we can use, enjoy, and explore. National Public Lands Day is the biggest single-day volunteer event that benefits our public lands. With those two thoughts in mind, what are you doing this Saturday?
The Great American Outdoors Act has the potential to address our National Park maintenance backlog, secure funding for the LWCF, and address additional public lands issues. Not familiar with the GAOA yet? Here’s what you need to know.
An adventurous life comes with a lot of challenges and obstacles. But at heart, these provide opportunities. what are problems other than opportunities? When you run into problems, you need to create solutions, and the best way to do that is to be creative. Want to know how you can cultivate your creativity and become a better problem-solver? Read on to learn more.
Summer is here and so is the heat. It brings its own share of risks, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy summer adventures. You’ve just got to be smart about it. Here’s what you need to know to safely have fun in the heat.
Since it was first published, Into the Wild has drawn people to the abandoned bus where Christopher McCandless died. Many of these kindred spirits required rescue themselves — so many so that the bus has finally been removed from the Stampede Trail. Why were so many people drawn to this artifact of one young man’s demise, and what can we learn from it?