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Forest Safety News – Pre Trip Inspection Of Light Duty Trucks

Vehicle inspections are one of those things we know we should be doing on a regular basis.  However, many of us treat these inspections as optional to be done when we feel inclined?

Forest Safety News – Winter Driving

Winter driving provides many challenges to the driver and other road users. Preparation is important.

Rebelle Rally 2021 Training

Rebelle Rally 2021 training dates and final registration notification.

Off Grid Trailers – Whipsaw 2020

A video story of a four day adventure to the infamous Whipsaw Trail of BC, Canada – towing five industry leading expeditions trailers.

The New Land Rover Defender

The all new iconic Land Rover Defender, a picture story of the first drive opportunity in the world.

Partnership – Gaia GPS

Overlanding BC and Gaia GPS partnership offering a free Gaia GPS subscription to every one of our course participants.

Teaching Operations Have Restarted

COVID 19 – Back to normal teaching operations.

The Rebelle Rally and Overlanding BC

A brand new professional training partnership between two great organizations.

Whistler Olympic Park Welcomes Adventurous Travellers

The rewarding BC Overland Rally, an article written by Emanuel Sequeira.

BC Forest Safety Council – SAFE Certification

It is great pride that we are pleased to announce that Overlanding BC has exceeded the audit criteria to become BC Forest Safety Council SAFE certified.

A Coast Mountain Trail

Sep 14, 2016

There are some amazing trails in the Pacific Northwest and we are very lucky to have so much variety. Part of the fun for me is exploring new places and finding new routes and trails. The joy is in the search, usually online first but often inspired by photos, conversations, hints, tips, hiking, back country travel and overland travel itself.

Being able to travel and explore with clients, colleagues and friends in this wonderful world is pretty special. Sharing life experiences, especially when exploration is involved is very rewarding to me. It can be work or it can be recreation, either way, the creation of new memories and new places explored always drives me to explore more.

Here we have a fairly local trail to me that epitomizes what we have. A beautiful sub alpine forest ascent through old mining country, up into old growth trees ending in the alpine zone. It doesn’t get any better – a crisp fall day, amazing company, a day off, a steep but straight forward trail, many laughs and even better views.