Conquer the cold.

Nov 25, 2020

Holiday Rambler November Blog Issue2

Satisfy your thirst for winter and your hunger for adventure.

You and your crew in your Holiday Rambler is your ticket to excitement, good times and some unexpected November pleasures.

Our thanks to you: REV and Holiday Rambler thanks you for making us one of the most-loved and iconic brands in the world.

And you mean the world to us! Over decades, the Holiday Rambler family proves year after year that the spirit of adventure and relentless quest lives on, thanks to you! That same spirit bridges the distance and brings us together in a way few other brands can. We celebrate this bond with our family of Holiday Rambler owners and fans, especially now in the season of thanksgiving.

What are you most thankful for? Tag us on our socials with #HRThanks and a picture. We'd love to see you!

Warm ups: Technologies to help you stay warm.

You may be a winter-weather warrior, but that doesn't mean you have to settle. Allow us to mention a few items for 2020 that may end up transforming your cold-weather forays. First is temperature-controlled cups that can keep your beverage at your desired temperature via an app and the cup will stay warm all day. Another advancing category is touchscreen-friendly gloves. This new class of functional gloves do a much better job of keeping you warm and keeping you in touch with your smartphone. Finally, functional warming shirts serve as a great base layer and feature heating zones activated by buttons that place them at Star Trek levels of gadgetry. Beam us up with heat!

Trails of inspiration: Making tracks on epic trail hikes, runs and rides

Maybe you're up for a look at the San Jacinto Mountains in Idyllwild, California. These trails offer scenic views for the light hiker to the to the most-experienced. You can do the easier the 5-mile Fullers Ridge hike or go for the challenging 15-mile Cactus Spring Trail in the Santa Rosa Wilderness. The variety of trails, terrain and scenery is truly impressive. Tennessee offers some fantastic trails and vistas right in the heart of America in Pigeon Forge. Along with the region's incredible music scene, the trails that wind through the Great Smoky Mountains are vast and provide plenty of fun and challenge in the fall and winter.

Distill and chill.

Because many of you Holiday Rambler fans love a great brew, here's a great brewery (actually two) we think you'll love. Bell's Breweries has locations in Kalamazoo, MI and also in nearby Comstock, MI. Most famous for Bell's Two Hearted Ale, the original Kalamazoo brewery offers more than 20 different beers on tap including its original Amber and Oberon, and the larger, newer Comstock brewery is designed to give guests a first-hand look at their brewing process and packaging. Most tours last about one hour, but the good times can last all night (almost) at Bell's own Eccentric Café offering delicious food, live music and more. Check it out.