With more than 2.6 million people visiting each year, Jackson Hole, Wyoming has become a hot-spot for adventure seekers, wildlife enthusiasts, and family gatherings. Cozy cabins, fields of white snow, and plenty of winter activities make it the perfect spot for just about anyone. Check out this list of some of the best things to do in Jackson Hole this December! 1. Book a Winter Tour Located between

Here in Washington State, we’re known for our breathtaking mountain ranges, our diverse National Parks, the beauty of the Puget Sound, and of course, our healthy amount of rainfall. Whether we like the quantity of precipitation or not, we can all admit that it leads to some seriously gorgeous greenery and fantastic waterfalls. We have no shortage of waterfalls in Washington State, and you can

There’s something about skiing. The quiet that descends as the snow blankets the landscape, mountain shadows made stark by snowy peaks, and the unmatched thrill of racing down a groomed trail all get a hold of you. When you fall in love with skiing, it’s one of those lifelong loves. Whether you’re a seasoned powder hound or an intermediate skier working on gaining the confidence

Surrounded by two national parks and the awe-inspiring peaks of the Grand Tetons, Jackson Hole, Wyoming is one of those bucket list winter destinations that the whole family can enjoy. From adventure activities like heli-skiing to exploring the apres-ski scene, there are truly endless ways to enjoy the winter season in Jackson Hole. We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite adventures to

Oregon does not fall short of options for a road tripping agenda. If anything, with so many choices, deciding what route to take and where to go may be overwhelming. Fortunately, we’ve been around the state a time or two and have you covered. Our favorite quintessential Oregon road trip loop will take you outside of the bustling Stumptown epicenter to the state parks, sleepy

Our passion is road travel and our purpose is to get people into the wild landscapes of the Pacific Northwest. We admit that Seattle and Portland are worth a stop for the craft beer or coffee enthusiast, but the magic of the area lies on the open driving to Mt. Hood or winding through the North Cascades highway. We want you to hit the road as

Cori Dahlstrom and David Romilly both grew up active, David as an all-around athlete in Southern Maine and Cori going on family ski trips to Mount Hood from the Portland, Oregon area. The couple met on an airplane coming back from separate ski vacations and lived in New Hampshire until 2015, when they moved back to Portland. They have two boys,  M and G, soon to

Words by Sarah Ramm All photos courtesy of Sarah Ramm and Chris Ramm Originally posted by Expedition Portal, on October 31st, 2018 Oregon was calling, and I knew it was time for us to go back. The summer heat had been getting the better of us for a few months, and the cool, crisp air of the Pacific Northwest seemed dreamy. As we started to plan our next

Al and Mindy Matarazzo were destined to get a van. They just didn’t know what they wanted yet. As they were planning a family trip to Yosemite a couple years ago, their son Zach recommended they rent one. That trip gave them a vision of what their own van life could potentially be. The Matarazzo’s, both 48, active hikers, bicyclists and rafters, made a conscious move

Overlanding in the Land Down Under: Gaby and Dave’s Motivations for Van Lifing in Australia This ROAMERICA Truth Series article talks about the motivations and process of how Gaby Hernandez and her husband ended up starting their 12 month overlanding trip in the land down under. A little over a year ago, Gaby Hernandez (@van.down.under) came to Portland from Sydney, Australia for a 14-day road trip in