Gear To Go Outfitters in Brooklyn, NY has realized none of their customers can actually use the stuff the store sells, so they're running a "Trail Taxi" shuttle service to get New Yorkers away from the infernal clatter of the subway and into the relative-wilderness of some upstate hiking trails.
Corbet's Couloir of Jackson Hole, Wyoming has been called "America's scariest ski slope," because it's a lot steeper than it looks here. Elu the pup wasn't too sure about dropping in at first, but had a solid run once she got her courage up! Snow dogs rule.
Remember your first time fishing? Maybe you were with somebody special, enjoying the halcyon surroundings of an alpine lake. Or maybe you just went absolutely nuts and screamed at the top of your lungs like this lady.
Hurricane Sandy was rough on me. Now that my power is back on and I'm getting things back to normal, what can I do to help people who are still struggling?
As with Costco, bulging SUVs, and childhood obesity, toy haulers bother me. They're just too much. I get why someone might want one: comfort + capacity = fun. But I'll wager that many of us could have a pretty enjoyable experience without schlepping so much stuff around.
Hippies—it's probably best you open the zip doors a crack when having a joint; you don't want anyone thinking you're doing yourself in by car exhaust fumes. Not that the windows will steam up on this van, mind.
Outdoorsy retailer Eddie Bauer has come up with a special version of the humble Airstream camper, complete with all the goodies any adventurer could possibly need. Except for a knife. Every adventurer needs a knife (or six.)
You should think twice about your off-roading outdoors adventure vehicle, because it would seem that an old VW T3 is all you really need. This T3 has been outfitted with off-roading wheels (compared to the inflatable inner tubes on the stock T3), a safety-jacket orange paint job to distinguish the van from a bear for…