An Introduction to the Keyser Creek Network, Colorado

Keyser Creek by Brandon Marlow, Colorado Crew The Keyser Creek Trail network near Fraser, Colorado has a little something for everyone in its nearly 100-miles of off-highway vehicle accessible trails. Keyser Creek is a popular camping area that is easily accessible from Denver and connects you to many of the small and quaint mountain towns.[…]

How To Add A Trip Report

Trip Reports Adding your very own trip report is easy to do, and it is helpful to the community as a whole.  Different perspectives showing the trail in its varying weather conditions paints the total picture as to what one can expect. Step 1: Find The Trail Find the trail. You can either click “add[…]

Colorado OHV Permits Affect Full-Sized Plated Vehicles

Colorado OHV Permits If you live in Colorado, you have been conditioned to believe that OHV permits only apply to side by sides, but this is not the case. Currently, full-size vehicles require a permit for trails that are designated as recreational “trails”. Many of us, when talking about our weekend excursions, simply say we[…]

Oven-Roasted Pulled Pork

If you are like me, you like to eat well anywhere, including the trail.   I have found that preparing food ahead of time to store in a compact container within my fridge is the way to go.  Oven-roasted pulled pork is a simple “prepare ahead of time” meal to take on any off-road overlanding adventure.   Due[…]

Caramel Topping

An easy to prepare gourmet topping to jazz up your pancakes on your overland adventure. We love it because it you can prepare ahead of time and takes up almost no space in your fridge or cooler. The best part is, it takes just a short fifteen minutes to prepare. Try it with Fat Bastard[…]