Havasupai is an amazing location where clear blue pools and waterfalls are in abundance. This desert oasis is found in Arizona, near the Grand Canyon. Have you ever tried booking permits to go there? It's super tough and causes you to lose your hair and go crazy. Here are a few of the things people say while trying to book permits to Havasupai. #SeekOutTheAdventure
Mounting your gear to the hitch of your van is a great solution, but it can impede your access to the rear cargo area. With a hitch swing arm from Rak Attach or Wilco Offroad, you can mount cargo baskets, bike racks and more to the rear of your van and still be able to open the back doors.
Ever travel somewhere and find out that you forgot your toothbrush? Here are a few ways you can still clean your teeth without toothbrush or toothpaste. Will it brush? #SeekOutTheAdventure
It doesn't matter how old you are. As long as you have passion, you can continue going on your favorite adventures in your 30's, 40's, 50's, and older. #SeekOutTheAdventure
Check out the Selk Bag. It's our solution for staying warm while sleeping in a snow cave or hammock.
Have you ever tried cooking food with an ordinary iron? We tried a few different types of food to see if it was possible and were surprised with the results. #SeekOutTheAdventure
During our week on Maui, Hawaii, we experienced a lot. The the most memorable experiences were swimming with a sea turtle at Kaanapali beach, watching the sun set above a sea of clouds on Mt Haleakala, and watching massive salt water eruptions at the Nakalele blowhole. #SeekOutTheAdventure
Last minute adventures are always the best. Half the time you don't know what you're in for. During this outing, we ventured into Battle Creek Canyon where Justin did his hardest lead on ice and Ben did his first lead on ice. The two ice climbs in this video are Pure Fun, WI3-4 and Battle Creek Falls, WI3. #SeekOutThe Adventure
If you've ever seen Studio C you'll know about Bisque-mas, which is celebrated the day after Christmas. #SeekOutTheAdventure
I stood on the shore of Idaho's Egin Lakes, surrounded by sand dunes, watching the eclipse with my family. With a pair of eclipse glasses taped to the end of my lens and my heavy camera perched up on a flimsy gorilla pod, I would press the shutter button every 1-2 minutes. The end result, after stitching the selected photos together, is this gratifying image of the eclipse sequence...reaching complete totality.