Featured Trips

The Pacific Northwest is unique in that it has  a wide breadth of terrain to discover. From mountains, to deserts to beaches, to forests; whatever type of adventure you're looking for, the northwest has got it. Want to go further? No problem, our rigs are available for longer trips where ever you want to go. See some of our favorite trips below. We also offer complimentary trip planning and advice, so if you're not sure where you want to go, just ask!

 
 
 Oregon Coast, Highway 101, beach camping, truck campers, 4x4 camper rental, van camper, vanlife, surfing, road trip, overlanding, offroad, whale watching, hiking, kiteboarding, fishing, crabbing, mountain biking, outdoors

The Oregon coast

From Astoria to Brookings, there are endless beautiful spots to explore on the Oregon coast, and a myriad of adventures to be had: whale watching, hiking, kiteboarding, surfing, kayaking, fishing, crabbing, mountain biking, you name it! We'll get ya pointed in the right direction.

 
 Mount hood, Columbia River Gorge, Fruit Loop, wine tasting, windsurfing, mountain biking, kiteboarding, snowboarding, skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, wildflowers, photography, apple orchards, cider, 4x4, 4 wheel drive, offroading, overlanding
 
 Rock climbing, mountain biking, fly fishing, desert, swimming, river rafting, painted hills, fossils, hiking, beer tasting, Bend Ale trail, offroading, 4 wheel camping, 4WD, 4x4 campers, truck camper, rooftop tent

Mount Hood & the columbia river gorge

From the crystal clear lakes on Mount Hood to the multitude of waterfalls in the gorge, this region  is a true northwest gem. Log some miles on some of the best single track the PNW has to offer, kite or windsurf at one of the world's most premier regions, snowboard or ski most of the year, or just find some camping solitude in the woods. 

 

Central Oregon

On the other side of the Cascade Mountain range lies an entirely different set adventure opportunities. World class fly-fishing, exploring the painted hills and fossil beds in John Day, climbing, river-rafting, mountain biking, cycling - you name it. Best part is, it's almost always sunny.  

 
 4x4 campers, truck camper, rooftop tent, hiking, mountains, snowshoeing, alpine lakes, fly fishing, salmon, surfing, Washington Coast, Olympic peninsula, Olympic National Park, Olympic National Forest, camping, van camping, vanlife

olympic peninsula

Nestled in between the Pacific Ocean, the Hood Canal and the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the the majestic Olympic Mountains is the heart of Olympic Peninsula, one of the most diverse regions in America. Hike in the Olympic National Park or kayak on the straight, soak in hot springs or make your way out to Cape Flattery and see the most northwest point in the lower 48 states.