Find out where the snow is falling right from home. The Snow Stations (Daily) map gives you up-to-date, 24-hour reports on snow conditions in remote areas around the western US and British Columbia. Check out the map to get a look at real-time conditions on peaks and passes in your favorite backcountry zones.
Nothing ruins an adventure quite like getting lost. Say goodbye to that stress, panic, and wasted time by locating yourself with Gaia GPS. Learn how to quickly and easily find your way, even when you can’t get cell signal.
Dan Grec has travelled the world in his Jeep since 2009. The author of The Road Chose Me, Grec dishes his top tips on traveling across Africa and the Americas. Plus, learn how to pay for an international overlanding lifestyle without breaking the bank.
Access global 3D maps on gaiagps.com! Just click on the 3D button on the map, and watch the canyons plunge and the mountains pop into 3D. Whether you are hiking, overlanding, or backcountry skiing, 3D maps will revolutionize the way you research and plan your next adventure.
Let’s face it — there’s no excuse to get stranded off the grid anymore. Satellite communication devices are now lightweight and budget friendly. Learn all about these palm-sized messaging units, including what actually happens when you press the SOS button. And get a special discount on a ZOLEO satellite communication device.
Van life with its sunset views and cozy living quarters seems like a dream — until you see the price tag. Jason Darrah, star of the viral YouTube show Primal Outdoors, is here to show you a better way.
Mac of Halfway Anywhere has been conducting surveys on the PCT for eight years, and on the CDT for four. Get the inside scoop on what makes people quit the trail, why he dislikes trail magic, and why he swears he’ll never hike the AT.
As we thank our veterans for their service, we also reflect on how the history of thru-hiking remains inextricably linked to “walking off the war.” Get the lowdown on thru-hiking therapy with Marine Corps vet, thru-hiker, and founder of Warrior Expeditions, Sean Gobin.
Drive away before you stopped recording your track? We’ve got you covered. Learn how to trim your track, plus four more tips and tricks to get the most out of the app.
Finding your way in the backcountry may be as simple as paying attention to the natural world around you. Raging rIvers, prevailing winds, and moss growing on tress can help you stay on course. Learn these top natural navigation clues to stay found even when you don’t have a compass handy.