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"We drove out on a dirt road off the 89 highway to Yellowstone, about a mile and a half. Then made our way up a very steep rocky incline in the road to get the cars up on top of the hill.
After fishing off the canoe on Two Oceans Lake, we set up a campfire and cook out with about 12 friends and watched the moon and stars rise over the Tetons.
I set my tent up in the perfect spot to wake up to the sun hitting the massive mountain range."
-Cole Buckhart @cole.mgkra
Overlanding is one of the more badass ways to find a campspot in the Westfjords of Iceland.
Bridger-Teton National Forest is a great option for free camping with sought-after skies.
Camping bayside in Alaska is the perfect complement to an overnight sea-kayaking trip around the shale covered, forest-framed beaches of Caines Head.