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  1. Wanderlost

    Have you heard of the Imogene Pass trail ?

    Have you heard of the Imogene Pass trail in the SanJuan Mountains near Ouray Colorado? Most likely you have, it's one of the iconic trails many people have on their offroading bucketlist. Here's a short glimpse at what you can experience on this trail:
  2. Polaris Overland

    Cancelled Mountain Madness

    Following on from Abenteuer & Allrad a tour to visit the infamous Eiger and the Matterhorn.
  3. Polaris Overland

    Cancelled CANCELLED / POSTPONED Abenteuer & Allrad 2020

    The biggest Overland and Adventure Vehicle Show in Europe and possibly the world. The show every Overlander needs to attend. Followed by a trip to Zermatt to view the Matterhorn for those that want to continue the trip a bit longer (Separate Rally Point to be generated)View Rally Point
  4. 76_overlander

    Hello from the Pyrenees

    Hey all OB members, a little greeting from the french Pyrenees where we had a 3 days trip, mostly on vintage bikes. Note to myself : sleeping in the mountain by -6° when you only have a +10° sleeping bag is not clever, go buy some gear! :tonguewink: Being all alone on the roads, on the trails...
  5. johnzulu

    European trip in the Alps

    One week, three countries, 500 miles. This was the first "big" (anything longer than a weekend) trip in the new rig, 2014 taco with 3 inch ProComp lift. First time overland in a truck this size and I definitely learned a lot. These pics are just a few of the raw pics that focus on the rig and...
  6. DangerBear028

    US Southeast Great Smokey Mountains Loop

    Just wanted to share fun route in East Tennessee. The route is 184 miles and was originally created by GSM Moto Rentals. I have completed this loop on a KLR650 dual sport bike, so I'm sure any 4x4 vehicle will make it. Some sections do get slick after heavy rains. It does include a section of...
  7. JeepersForVets

    Get-away time.... Little Elbow, Kananaskis

    It's nice to have places like this so close to home. This is just past an area called Forgetmenot Pond in the Little Elbow area of Kananaskis, Alberta.