Backcountry Skiing In California's Eastern Sierra

Backcountry Skiing In California's Eastern Sierra

Spring Ski Touring in California’s Iconic Mountain Range The five of us rendezvoused Friday afternoon at a natural hot springs near Bridgeport, California to soak, scheme, and toast to the...

Maine Island Trail Cleanup

Maine Island Trail Cleanup

It was a perfect June morning on the Maine coast. We slowly drove along an old, overgrown road leading down to Timber Point, part of the Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge....

Glade Day with Granite Backcountry Alliance: Western Maine

Glade Day with Granite Backcountry Alliance: Western Maine

We pulled into the parking lot for Black Mountain of Maine (BMOM) early on a Saturday morning in October. It was cold and wet—you know, good ol' New England weather....

Bikepacking Trip: Biking the Marin Headlands

Bikepacking Trip: Biking the Marin Headlands

A solo, 70-mile pedal through the largest National Park adjacent to a major US Metro Area During a Wednesday afternoon, while pounding on laptop keys and furiously trying to keep...

Visiting Dry Tortugas National Park

Visiting Dry Tortugas National Park

Packing for any adventure as a young family of four can be a bit daunting. Whether it's just going for a trip to the local sledding hill or a grander...

Glades for the Backcountry

Glades for the Backcountry

Many are familiar with the fact that Good To-Go is a Maine-based company. While we, as a company, have roots that extend far and wide, our hearts are planted firmly...

Maine Huts & Trails Skiing

Maine Huts & Trails Skiing

Now that spring is here, many long for days with warm temps, plenty of sun—and no snow. However, for the winter die-hards out there, the waning snow pack and longer...

100 Mile Wild - Pre Trip Report

100 Mile Wild - Pre Trip Report

Maine is home to the most remote section of the Appalachian Trail—the 100 Mile Wilderness. The name alone conjures thoughts of adventure in dangerous, rugged backcountry. While there is a...

Mt. Katahdin: A Winter Ascent

Mt. Katahdin: A Winter Ascent

We were standing near the summit of Mt. Katahdin, looking out at where the infamous Knife’s Edge ridgeline traverse was supposed to be. The weather that morning had called for...

MONUMENTAL: Katahdin Woods and Waters Camping

MONUMENTAL: Katahdin Woods and Waters Camping

Mankind has walked these woods for more than 11,000 years, from Native Americans to the woodsmen of Maine’s historic logging industry. Rumor has it Katahdin Woods & Waters is a...

Bikepacking the Colorado Trail

Bikepacking the Colorado Trail

“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity.” -John Muir There’s something very exciting...

Finding Rock in Wrangell

Finding Rock in Wrangell

I began "climbing"—the trial turned hobby turned full unhealthy obsession kind of climbing—four years ago. It was jumpstarted during a September afternoon spent in New Hampshire’s Pawtuckaway State Park pulling...

Pull of the North

Pull of the North

In late May 2016, Good To-Go had the opportunity to sponsor a 3 month, 2000 mile canoe journey from the source of the Yukon River at Lake Bennett, Canada to...

Road Tripping 101

Road Tripping 101

THE OPEN ROAD – Those three words stir up ideas of freedom, discovery and adventure around every corner. The opportunity to put aside your everyday worries, give in to the...

Thru-Hike Resupply

Thru-Hike Resupply

First things first. Let me begin by saying that I think thru-hiking is incredible, wonderful, fantastic, life-changing, eye-opening, challenging and beautiful (just to use a few descriptors). It’s no secret...