Adventure Ready Blog

Backcountry Navigation & Communication with Garmin
Torro Offroad is incredibly excited to announce our new partnership with Garmin, a world leader in mobile GPS devices, so that you can adventure safely with the assurances that come from easy access to data and location information we would never consider leaving home without.
Episode 5: Campfire 101
Whether you’re using it for cooking a meal, making divine chocolate s’mores, or just warming up, fires have the ability to bring us together and turn around even the most miserable day on the trails. This week we take a quick look at necessary safety precautions to take when playing with fire.
Episode 4: Photo Equipment Basics
Choosing the right kind of camera can be a daunting task. We'll cover the popular options on the market from drones to DSLRs, and explain the strengths and weaknesses of each so that you can feel confident in choosing the right equipment for your adventures.
Episode 3: Overland Adventures
Overlanding, backcountry adventure, and car camping have one common purpose - getting out and exploring the world.
Episode 2: Gearing Up For Camping
Whether you’re heading into the woods for the first or thousandth time, via foot or on rubber tires gripping the dirt beneath, there’s a lot to think about and plan for before you head out on a camping trip. Let's look at the gear needed to stay safe and have a great time.
Episode 1: An Intro to Adventure Ready

We’re excited to announce a big addition to the Torro website, a new blog called Adventure Ready dedicated to providing informative and engaging info about all kinds of off-pavement activities. We’ll talk about overlanding: trip-planning, vehicle builds & modification, as well as hiking & backpacking, photography, videography, and a ton of other great stuff. Our goal is to get you as #AdventureReady as possible so you can enjoy the outdoors safely & to the fullest.

@2180miles SkyLux RTT Review
An in-depth review of the Torro Offroad SkyLux RTT, tested and photographed in the sub-zero winter temperatures of the vast North Maine Allagash Wilderness, and written by Ryan McKee of the 2180miles blog.