Northern USA is steeped in American history and the scenery is pretty sweet too.
"We're in the middle of the desert. There are no neighbours, so you can make as much noise as you want! You might hear some coyotes howling or the wild donkeys, but that's it. Wood for the campfire is right over there and the stars should be pretty good tonight.
This week we're going crazy for all things Canadian, because let's face it, this beautiful country is worth going crazy for!
I'm always trying to sell people on the merits of Brooklyn, which is where I lived, briefly, before becoming a tour leader.
On all TrekAmerica camping trips, we use a 'food kitty': everyone, including the tour leader, chips in an equal amounts of money based on the length of the trip. The group is broken up into 3 or 4 smaller teams that take turns cooking, dish washing and tidying up the van.
Today we ventured out into the Honey Island Swamp in Slidell, Louisiana in search of Alligators and wild swamp life. We weren't disappointed!
I am often asked whether certain destinations become old or boring to me after visiting them so many times. Take, for instance, the Grand Canyon.
A sunny day in Vancouver was a heck of a way to kick off our "Canadian Road Trip" trek, an epic journey across the entire continent, from the Pacific to the Atlantic. It's going to be a grand adventure!
When you begin to consider taking a trip with TrekAmerica, one of the first decisions you probably make is whether or not you’re willing to rough it, pitching a tent each night and cooking outdoors, or whether you would enjoy arriving at pre-arranged shelter eac
Looking down at the red expanse of limestone spires of Bryce Canyon, you can't help but think of what Ebenezer Bryce, the Mormon homesteader for whom the park is named after, said about the area, "It's a hell of place to lose a cow." A hell of a place indeed.