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What makes fall one of the best seasons for exploration? In addition to breathtaking foliage, less crowds, and idyllic temperatures, there’s also a lot to do. So, you can delight in emptier roads, fewer tourists, and some of the most radical seasonal scenery. If you’re planning a road trip this fall, there are a few adventures you can’t overlook this time of year. Desert Trekking Hiking, biking, rock-climbing, horseback riding – these are just a few of the activities you can do in the desert. Problem is, it’s often too hot in the summer to do these things. And too rigidly freezing in the winter as well. Fall offers milder desert temperatures that make all of these activities far more accessible. This is the time to do things like camp in Death Valley or make your way across Utah’s National Parks. Sights like Delicate Arch are easier to reach with
Even on the ruggedness of the road, you can achieve the peak of luxury. Our entry-level campervan, the Go Terra, can sleep four with its fold-out Queen bed and convertible front seat mattress. However, our higher-level model, the Go All-Terrain (also known as the GO A/T), introduces another optional sleeping add-on: the pop-top. What is the Pop-Top? You’ve seen these overhead sleeping compartments on RVs and Winnebagos before. They’re a tent-like structure atop the vehicle that can easily provide sleeping space for two people. Our pop-top is especially unique, however. It’s German-engineered, with high-quality mechanics that make it second-to-none in the industry. Rather than cut off the entire roof to make room for the pop-top, we simply carve out a pothole for easy-access. Then, with a retractable ladder, you can easily climb up when it’s bedtime and enjoy some much-needed privacy. Grit Overland co-founder, Mark Dayley, gives a brief overview
There’s nothing quite like open-concept living on the open road. The uniquely modular features of a Grit Overland van makes the experience of riding in one of our adventure vehicles truly feel like home away from home. On a whim, your campervan can be converted into a: 👉 Bedroom 👉 Kitchen 👉 Dining space 👉 Workstation 👉 Shower room 👉 Living area But, what makes this possible? Built-in, convertible features that expand and retract as-needed to turn your van into the most multi-functional space on four wheels. Kitchen Our extendable countertop spans the entire length of the van, providing you all the prep room you need for cooking. Featuring a built-in sink, overhead microwave, mini fridge, and plenty of power outlets (not to mention unbeatable power supply) for your appliances, it’s the perfect space to get a meal going. Bring along an induction cooktop, air fryer, Instapot, blender, slow cooker,
What makes our vans “next-level”? A recent review of Grit Overland vans released by New Atlas covers all the groundbreaking features that make our campervans the best in their class. Specifically, writer and travel enthusiast C.C. Weiss credits the versatility and autonomy our state-of-the-art features provide. Weiss expertly navigates the various differences between our three-tiered van offering, which includes the base model GoTerra, the upgraded Grit Overland All Terrain (also known as the GO A/T), and our upcoming GoBaja flagship based on a Mercedes Benz Sprinter. As Weiss enthuses about the various aspects of our campervans that represent the tried-and-true layouts of motorhomes or European-style campers, he also notes the design features that set these vehicles apart. Primarily, the fact that these features can easily be put away when they’re not in use, making for a contemporary open-concept floor plan that makes van life more comfortable than ever before. Some
Go Anywhere, Stay Longer. Grit Overland’s GO Farther™ battery system is truly one-of-a-kind. It allows our campervans to be a luxury home anywhere you go, providing you with days worth of power for off-the-grid living. With a whopping 10,250 Watt hours worth of power, you can run all your essential appliances for days.