Our friends over at Overland Pioneers are back with some great scenic views and awesome shots in another short video from Nova Scotia. This time, they take us to Meat Cove, a rural fishing community and northern most settlement in Nova Scotia. With some wind, some waves and a little sea life, this destination has a slower pace and is a good spot to stop and take in the beauty of Canada's East Coast.
Death Valley is HUGE with tons of places to explore. But one trail in particular offers the views and rugged terrain we love so much.
We’ve all heard the joke “Lights before lockers.” It’s funny, and a little true. But a lot of folks haven’t stopped to think about the more serious side of it. Yeah, lights are important, especially when you do a lot of driving after dark. But let’s be honest, lights wont get you out of a hole, or make up for a lack of experience. Maybe your money is better spent on other things… Maybe…
This is why so many Mountain Bikers, Adventure Riders, and Overlanders flock to the North Rim. It's quiet, wild, almost untouched and there are NO tourist hoards to fight your way through to get a view. But what if I told you, you could have that same experience on the south rim? And likely not see another person or vehicle during your trip...
Cape Brenton Island, where you will find the famous Cabot Trail. This is a bucket list location for the adventure seeker in you. It's the perfect location for kayaking, hiking, cycling, adv/dual sport riding and whale watching.
Yes, there's kale in it... Yes you will love it!
There is nothing like a hearty meal after a long day on the trail. The only thing better, is one that's easy to make. This recipe will be a hit in camp every time!
“This year’s Mid-Atlantic Overland Festival is going to be bigger than ever, we have brand new guests and classes." - Joe (Main Line Overland)