Adventure-seekers and those looking to go beyond the typical vacation now have an extreme RV option to consider. With the opening of an office in Bend, Ore., EarthCruiser, a popular Australian expedition vehicle company, has brought its all-terrain RV to the United States.
The EarthCruiser is a self-contained adventure RV built on the Mitsubishi Fuso Canter 4×4 chassis and is capable of negotiating everything from long-distance desert crossings to frigid snow-covered terrain and miles of challenging rock-covered mountain trails. The goal of the U.S. office, according to the company, is to provide Americans with the opportunity to explore the countryâ€™s remote regions like never before.
The EarthCruiser is popular among wildlife photographers, hunters, rock climbers and other adventure-seekers, and is also used by international volunteers for delivering medical supplies to remote villages, teaching children and repairing endangered reefs. EarthCruiser models start at $195,000. For more information, visit www.earthcruiser.com.au.