When the tans fade and the temperatures drop, it’s easy to feel intimidated by the thought of travel during the colder months of the year—especially if you hail from the endearing tundra of Minnesota like we do. Thankfully, comfortable winter temperatures are abound elsewhere in the United States.
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With all the hustle and bustle around Phoenix, you’d assume getting to primo campsites might require lofty efforts and long distances—but in actuality, they’re perfectly in reach for a spur of the moment weekend trip.
Cooking in the outdoors can be one of the best parts of your trip. There’s nothing like getting back from a hike, or waking up in the wilderness to a meal that just hits the spot. There are a lot of amazing recipes to choose from when you’re grazing for what to cook on the road. It wasn’t easy, but we’ve narrowed it down to a few of our favorites for a range of occasions. Bon appétit!
Our team at Voyager is often between coffee shops, coworking spaces, and out on the open road with our laptops. It’s an amazing thing to have that type of freedom, but the lifestyle is definitely an art. Nothing will mess with your outdoor adventure like worrying about getting strong enough WiFi for your morning call when you should be hiking through a forest.
Visiting or living in L.A. means you’ve got your hands full with things to do. The sprawling city is so full of events, attractions and every type of cuisine, it can be easy to forget about the beauty of the wilderness just outside city limits and some of the best outdoor hotspots to get some fresh air are just down the road.