Have you recently found some money between couch cushions and just can’t seem to figure out what to spend it on? Donate it!
The team at Hastings Overland has made it easier for you by selecting various Canadian organizations (that we love) that are need of donations in order to continue to give back to the environment and support wildlife.
Leave No Trace is an initiative aiming to promote the preservation of Canadian natural recreation areas and wilderness by developing educational and charitable partnerships. Here at Hastings Overland, we ever so gently stress the importance of respecting the outdoors to all of our customers.
Bears are of great cultural and spiritual significance to Canadians, which is why we wanted to share with you, the reasons why we love black bears, brown bears, grizzly bears and all-types-of-bears, with a fiery passion.
If you want to create some truly meaningful and long-lasting memories, support a local business run by folks with an appreciation for travel, the wilderness and a passion for getting you to push your boundaries. Give the awesome folks at Hastings Overland a shout and get them working out a plan just for you. You won’t regret it.
Whether it’s discounted prices, guaranteed campfires, or fewer vehicles on the road, there are plenty of reasons to choose May for your 2019 road trip!
Sure, we understand, it’s a tough decision to choose between the ol’ faithful and the new kid on the block. But just like when you compare that vintage “Apollo” road bike to a modern day “all-terrain” mountain bike, the differences can be drastic. Scroll for a highlighted look at the reasons to choose overlanding over RVing.
Hands up if you wish you could take a hike during school hours. Our hands are raised, and so are the youth’s enrolled in Take a Hike Foundation, a full-time, alternative education program that engages at-risk youth through a unique combination of adventure-based learning, academics, therapy, and community involvement in the lower mainland.
Road trip tunes, our favourite Instagram account, cozy fall camp-wear, and local food; some companies are doing some neat things in and around Vancouver. Here are our favourite October finds to get you through the autumn season.
With the summer heat gone and the BC wildfires under control, we’re getting stoked for autumn adventures. The fresh, crispness in the air and the bright colours of the changing leaves make us eager to explore during a season with less tourists, less cars on the road and less people to compete with in finding that backroad camp spot. Here are our top picks on where to experience fall in BC.
If you’re in need of a change of scenery, Oregon is an ideal destination to put on your summer bucket list. While the I5 is a quicker route from Vancouver to Oregon, we’d rather take the scenic journey along Highway 101.