Category: #AscentAdventures

Sharing My Love of Subarus, Off-Roading, Outdoors and Charity

Wanting to Have Some Off-Road Fun in a Subie in Moab?

A number of you have followed my #AscentAdventures all over the country, especially in Utah, and asked me “where can I take my Subie in Utah?” Well, the question is kinda complex, because it really depends on how your Subie is set up.

So, here’s some tips for Subaru Owners, from my May 2021 Utah/Arizona #AscentAdventure.

Help Us Raise Money for the National Parks Foundation

Over the last year, the National Park Service has had their hands full, cleaning up after the two hundred and thirty seven million visitors who’ve visited the 62 National Parks. Sadly, many…
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I’ve just completed the 2021 48hrs of Tristate Subaru Enthusiasts Charity Drive for Make-A-Wish – and What a Blast!!!

Four dozen volunteers came together with over a dozen more supporting us online, to help us raise over $34,000 for Make-A-Wish.

Ascent, Outback, Impreza, Forester, Baja, Crosstrek Adventure w/ MtnRoo Tri-State in the NJ Pine Barrens

Ascent, Outback, Impreza, Forester, Baja and Crosstrek Adventure with MtnRoo Tri-State in the New Jersey Pine Barrens at normal speed so it feels like you’re standing in the middle of the action.

Ansel Adams Inspired Photos of My Ascent in Various National and State Parks Across the Country

Ansel Adams took some of the most stunning black and white photos of our National Parks – images that will forever be an inspiration to me. I decided to take some of my favorite Ascent photos from numerous National Parks, National Forests, State Parks and various adventures, and turn them into black and white pics inspired by his work. Here’s the first few in the multi-part series! I hope you enjoy!

#AscentAdventure: Off Roading in Ocala National Forest

I had the pleasure of spending a couple of days in the beautiful Ocala National Forest, and got to off road

#AscentAdventure: Off Roading on BLM378 in Arches National Park at Sunset

Instead of taking the paved roads out of Arches National Park during our 8,400 mile Ascent Adventure, we decided to off-road our way out of the park.