Exciting news in the FarOut Wilderness family – For those sunchasers, you can now pick up a FarOut Wilderness Overland Vehicle in Phoenix, Arizona and explore the warmer climate of the Southern states of the US during our winter season special. 

Our first guests have booked onto our 2019 Arizona location offering Overland vehicle rentals in phoenix as of October 2019 and FarOut Wilderness will be offering 2x services throughout the winter. 

Why is FarOut Wilderness in Arizona – Each winter in British columbia, we are going to feature a different area where you can chase the sun and pick up a FarOut Wilderness Vehicle and customized tour. For the 2019 winter season, explore the rugged desert wilderness of Arizona or wind your way between Vancouver and Phoenix and experience the ultimate west coast road trip. 

For the short sun chaser:

Pick up your 4×4 overland vehicle rental in phoenix, arizona and spend 5 days exploring this gorgeous area. 

  • Tonto and coconino national forests: Home to huge expanses of red rock, cactus desert and vast pine forests. 
  • Sedona: A desert town near Flagstaff that’s surrounded by red-rock buttes, steep canyon walls and pine forests. It’s noted for its mild climate and vibrant arts community. 
  • Palatki Heritage Site: A site in a red sandstone canyon, home to ancient cliff dwellings with pictographs.
  • Grand canyon: A must visit on anyone’s list- this mile deep geological wonder offers so much more than just ticking it off a bucket list, with hikes, mule rides and rafting. 
  • Las vegas: Why not throw the vehicle in a parking lot for the night and make a night on the strip, I don’t think we need to give you too much detail about what you can get up to in VEGASSS!!
  • Death valley: If you do head over to Las Vegas, then continue on and see Death Valley National Park, this ecological wonder known for its Titus Canyon and Ghost town, also has Badwater Basin’s salt flats, North America’s lowest point and much more. 

There is so much more to see and do – get in touch to let us book an adventure of a lifetime. 

For the budding Overlander:

One way trips between Vancouver and Phoenix. Take 10-14 days and wind your way through Arizona, Los Angeles through San Francisco up through Oregon and Washington before finishing up the the stunning British Columbia to hand your vehicle back in Vancouver. 

 

Sample trip:

Day 1

Collect your adventure vehicle from a FarOut Wilderness rep, load up on supplies and hit the road. 

Drive to Joshua Tree National Park – with its signature ‘joshua trees’ this stunning park draws campers and hikers the world over. 

(Approx 4Hrs driving)

Day 2: 

Spend the morning hiking or simply relax before heading to Los Angeles – there are so many options for this city, so get in touch for some ideas and tips. 

Day 3:

Explore everything this city has to offer whether you want to do the tourist movie star tour and see the Hollywood sign or explore some of LA’s history, this incredible city has something for everyone. 

Day 4: 

Time to leave LA behind and head north to Yosemite National park – an Iconic park that has huge redwoods, thrilling rapids and stunning hiking, I know right – what more could you ask for. 

Day 5: 

Drive further north and choose from either Plumas National Forest, Tahoe National Forest, Lassen National Forest or Eldorado

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Head west to San Francisco. 

Day 6: 

Hit the road again towards Crater Lake National Park – this striking geological feature is america’s deepest lake and offers stretch your legs and cycle along the rim of this gorgeous lake. 

Day 7:

Hit Mt Hood National Forest for a host of different outdoor recreational activities.

Day 8:

Come south around portland and cruise up the Hwy 101 to soak up the beauty of the Oregon coast. You have a choice of a number of different stops along the way.

Day 9: 

Head towards Mt Rainier and stand up awe at this giant beauty, either overnight here or continue to Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest a 4 million acre wilderness. 

Day 10: 

Time to say goodbye to the US and head to Vancouver and hand your adventure rig back to a FarOut Wilderness rep.

For more detailed itinerary please contact our team.

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Vancouver Island has a host of great mountain biking opportunities for the novice and thrill seeker alike. We have been scoping out a few great areas for you to hit.

 

Day Trips: Based in an around Victoria – these are easy day trips to get your fill on 2 wheels. Fancy making a weekend of it – rent one of our overland vehicles and head further afield.

Mt Work: An easy day trip for any Victoria base with some easy(fish) blue runs through black to some seriously difficult double diamond runs. Take care and enjoy.

Kinsol Trestle/Koksilah River: Park at the Kinsol Trestle car park and cycle the logging road (old Port Renfrew road) to Burnt Bridge – go across the bridge and cycle along the access road – don’t take the first right trail down, take the second. It is sign posted Kinsol Trestle Trail/Valley Trail. The first part is a bit rough and requires some skill, but then it eases up a bit with some nice fun flowy turns. 

Duncan

Mt Tzouhalem – A good mix of challenging blues and thrilling black runs. A good number of different runs to keep you busy for a good few hours. 

Maple Mtn: A small area with a few blue and black runs.

Cobble Hill: An even selection of green, blue and black runs. 

Weekend Excursions: Got the mountain bike gear but need a ride? Rent one of our Overland Vehicles and collect the keys and go – everything you need is included in the vehicle. Need to rent everything? No problem, we can rent bikes, racks and gear for you and have it all prepared for your arrival.

Book Now!To book your Overland Vehicle Rental now.

Nanaimo

Mt Benson: Majority black runs and access trails.

Westwood ridge and lake: Mainly blue runs.

Abyss Ridge/Spruston/Pipeline trails: A large selection of mainly blue runs.

Blackjack ridge/Doumont trails: A large selection for all abilities, a few greens, lots of blue runs and black runs and one or two double black trails thrown in.

For ideas on places to stay – check out our 4 Day – Mountain Bike tour.

https://faroutwilderness.com/your-adventures/4-day-long-weekend-mountain-bike-special/

 

Campbell river

Snowden Forest: A steady mix of all levels of riding.

Radar Hill: A combination of access trails, greens but mainly blue runs – with 3 or 4 black runs to keep the more competent happy – an ideal place for beginner to intermediate biker.

The pump house: A small area with a couple of blue and black runs.

Quinsam River Trails: A blue run that runs the length of the Quinsam River, its an unsanctioned trail so take care in parts where erosion may have occurred and ride at your own risk.

Beaver Lodge Forest Lands: Beginners haven, almost all green to get you up and running :).

Woods Creek: A small riding area that has a couple of blue trails and a few greens.

Need a few ideas? Check out our 8 Day tour.

https://faroutwilderness.com/your-adventures/8-day-mountain-bike-extreme/

Disclaimer: These are merely suggestions and you undertake these at your own risk, always make sure you properly plan and prepare before embarking on such excursions.

Try using Trailforks:

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