Overland Trailer




Fully boxed galvanized steel frame which is then powder coated with the under carriage featuring heavy duty undercoating.

Payload of 1763 pounds that allows you to carry enough gear for even your biggest adventures.

Two-inch receivers are found at each end of the trailer that allow the use of articulating hitches and the addition of hitch mounted accessories.

Three off-road jacks make it easy to unhook and level.

Electric axle brakes in conjunction with a self-charging trailer break away system provide the ultimate security in the event of trailer detachment.

The independent trailing arm suspension features coil springs, dual shocks and limit straps which are both simple and reliable while providing a smooth ride.

The galvanized 14-gauge powder coated tub has a large main compartment and two side cabinets meaning that you will never run out of space again. The side cabinets make a perfect spot to fit your generator or a camp kitchen, with easy access and locking t-handles.

Removable steel fenders accommodate almost any size tire and an aluminum tongue box is perfect for deep cycle batteries and electrical systems.

Dual sliding floors with four tie down points per slider and dual locking T-handles.

Rain gutter rails allow for even further mounting of rack systems to carry your kayaks, bicycles, or whatever toys you want bring along on your next backcountry journey.

Technical Details
Removable/adjustable fenders
Pro Comp AT tires 35″ mounted on Pro Comp Series 51 Steel Wheels
5×5 wheel bolt pattern
All doors equipped with locking t-handle latches
3 main doors with slider drawer system
S/S sliders with 200 lbs. capacity
Rear sliders have hold open/closed latches to prevent unwanted movement
All sliders equipped with hold close latches
Kitchenette cabinet with locking drawer

Generator/fridge cabinet with Mesh floor
Integrated tie down points front and sides. 2 front, 4 each side one on top of main compartment
Electric brakes with integrated break away brake system
7 pin trailer wiring socket
2 inch front receiver /hitch mount adaptable to use articulating hitch or pintle hook
2 inch rear receiver hitch for mounting accessories, beaver step included
2 rear mounted shackle mounts for 3/4 inch shackles included
2 inch ball coupler included for on-road use ONLY
For off-road use you must use an articulating style coupler

Photos and pricing to come contact us @ rtt@wildcoasttents.com

Nor’easter Expedition 2018

… on our list to do this year, a trip from Nova Scotia to Newfoundland across to Labrador down to Quebec, new Brunswick and back to NS.

Our prelim plans are coming along well, we had a meeting of minds, great minds that is haha to start planning our Nor’Easter expedition. This is just a very basic idea of our expedition right now, we will post a more in depth update as our plans progress. received_2076931312582168

Dates to leave Sept 8th – we will all meet up in Halifax, check all our gear and drive up to Sydney to take the ferry to Port Aux Basques Newfoundland. The ferry leaves at about 11.30 pm or so I believe so we have decided not to get a berth and just crash on the chairs in hopes of grabbing a few winks before we arrive in Newfoundland. received_404104610015053

From there it will be a trip up to marble mountain area to checkout the zipline, we hope to then travel up to Gros Morne area for our two nights to do some hikes and sight seeing. Then onward to the arches and  L’Anse aux Meadows to the Viking village and any other stops that catch our eye along the way. we will probably spend a night near L’Anse Aux Meadows or somewhere closer to the ferry at St Barb in order to make it onto the ferry in time the next day!

The next stage is the ferry crossing from St Barb NFL to Blanc Sablon Quebec which leaves at 10.30.


Once in Blanc Sablon  we will be heading towards Red Bay , St Marys Harbour,  Cartwright, Happy Valley Goose bay and Labrador city. There is a great camping spot in Pinware but we may just travel on a bit further for the day to camp around st Mary’s harbour or even Cartwright if we get that far.


Capture We will be using ioverlander as a guide for some off grid camping spots but for the most part we will probably drive and find a spot to make camp before five each day. I will be posting a list of our gear later on.

Below you can see a few of the ioverlander sites, i am sure we will be adding our own to this list 🙂


We will head to Churchill falls and hope to do a tour of the Churchill Falls Generating Station.

Then off to Labrador City we will head to Manicouagan Reservoir as this we have been told is a must see! Thereafter off to Baie-Comeau, QC where we will take the ferry to Matane, Head to Campbellton NB, Jacquet  River , Kouchibouguac National Park and back to NS. This section from Quebec to NS is really open nothing is set in concrete. I think we may just see how time goes to determine where we will end up on this section!

Once we get into the full swing of our trip planning i will list all our gear, trailers etc. we will be taking. Keep an eye out for updates until then happy travelling and many adventures to you all!