Travel Blog Author: Eagle Creek

Designers Corner: The Skinny on Our New Ease Collection

by Chad Rabe, Product Design Manager Everyone needs a well-built piece of luggage to help transport his or her belongings to the intended destination. Besides just transporting the contents of your trip, a great piece of luggage will help you get there easier and actually make you feel better...

The 5 Best Places to Take A New Ease Upright

When combining business and leisure, we’d like to suggest there are no better places to go – or to take the new and versatile Ease Uprights- then those on this list. After all, if you’re working in a fabulous city, it is your moral imperative as a true traveler to make the most of your post-workday...

5 Things We Wish We Knew Before Traveling the World

When my best friends Jen Baggett, Holly Corbett and I—now collectively known as The Lost Girls—started thinking about quitting our jobs in New York City to launch a yearlong backpacking adventure around the globe, we banked on having 18 months to plan our great escape. We figured that would be more...

7 Ways to Stay Healthy When Traveling

Someone once told me: the best way to learn a culture is to eat it. After traveling for years now—and trying new dishes and delicacies along the way—I believe it. Tasting foreign food is one of the most pleasurable ways to get a feel for a new place. Just by sitting down at a restaurant or sidewalk...

How to Pack for a Trip in 20 Minutes or Less

Whether it’s an impromptu getaway, or you’re just too crazed to even think about getting your suitcase together before Friday, don’t worry. Half the battle is learning to pack quickly and efficiently, so you can get out the door and on the plane or in the car faster—and calmer. Last December, I...

Overcome Your Excuses Not To Travel This Year

1. I don’t have the money. While it’s true that money may be a challenge, consider how much you can save by simply being creative. Hire a local to show you around, consider couchsurfing, or cook your own meals to lower your expenses. Also, try cutting out those expensive trips to the coffee shop...

Wishing You The Best...

We hope this finds you with a cozy blanket, a warm cup of cider and a house full of people you love. From our family to yours, happy holidays.

Travel Adventures on a Budget: HelpX and WWOOFING

I finished university at a time when the post graduation backpack trip around Europe was on its last legs; a relic of years past when favorable exchange rates between the dollar and the franc, lira and peseta made the experience relatively affordable. In 2003, behind the strength of the euro, the...

Creeker Volunteer Project: Local Food Bank

Welcome Home On Wednesday, Eagle Creek employees took the morning off work and volunteered at our local North County San Diego Community Food Bank. Working together, Creekers packed a total of 2280 lbs. Considering the food packed and the value of the time, this approximated to 5,000 meals; feeding...

9 Ways to Incorporate Travel into Your Everyday Life

If you’re like me, you probably find yourself imagining what it would be like to travel, just for fun, about 90 percent of the time. However, if you’re like me, you find choosing the daily responsibilities, and joys, of life – a great job, kids, a partner and otherwise good things, gets in the way...

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