Four Simple Ways to Up Your Overlanding Game
One of the best things about overlanding is that it means something different to almost everyone. But whether you’re in search of unspoiled campsites or just love the drive itself, the goal is the same: use your vehicle to venture further off the grid. Getting there, though, means upping your gear and skills. So we called up Walt Wagner, an off-road driving instructor and overland build shop owner, to find out how overlanders of all skill levels can take their game to the next level. Turns out it’s easier and less expensive than you might think.
The Best Adventures Are Often Close to Home Yes, Moab and Death Valley are spectacular, but you don’t need to plan a trip to one of these famous spots to have a legit overland adventure. By exploring areas that are within a day’s drive of your home, even if you live in a big city, says Wagner, you’ll get out more often and gain valuable experience in the process. To find nearby back roads an.... Continue Reading at Outside Online