Where do you like to take your rig for repairs? Having a network of repair shops is always good to have when your out on an adventure. I'm looking for trusted repair shops along a route from Calgary, Mt Robson, Barriere, Kamloops, Kelwona, Lillooet, Whistler, to Vancouver.
I managed to find most of my digital pictures, so thought I'd relive some of my "glory days" during my 14 years living in Alaska (Kodiak, Anchorage and Juneau).
Grab a cold one, sit back, and enjoy as I attempt to remember my 2008 trip - 2000 miles on a 2006 Ural GearUp Sidecar Motorcycle!
Well, hello there!
Glad to be a part of this forum! It's been a while for me since I've geared up for any expedition, and to see how vast the overlanding community has grown puts a big smile on my face!
-2003 Subaru Forester. Mainly stock and will remain this way as I save up...
The Whipsaw trail is located in Southern British Columbia and is a multi-terrain track. This run will include travelling west, staying a night at Murphy Lakes. The Whipsaw runs from 2,400 to 6,260 feet in elevation and traverses some of the most scenic terrain in British Columbia.
Hi everybody! Just thought I would let everybody know about the BC Overland facebook group.
Great group with a lot of knowledge on the amazing routes through BC.
Im excited about this community, I happened on it by chance through searching for Subaru Forester rigs on youtube (thanks FozRoamer!). I'm pretty new to this type of thing but it's something I have always wanted to get into and I finally have a vehicle that I am confident in taking...