Travel awakens something in those willing to explore beyond their everyday boundaries. It has the power to transform us, help us grow, and make the world a better shared place. Find Your Unknown is an invitation to join us outside as we go places we’ve never been, connect with people we’ve yet to meet, and explore all the world has to offer.

Follow the Eagle Creek Trailer

The Find Your Unknown trailer is cruising around the U.S. stopping at cool outdoor destinations, handing out exclusive Eagle Creek gear and meeting new friends. Follow our quest on Instagram @eaglecreek and join us if you’re nearby. Can’t come out to the trailer events? Share where you’ve been and where you’re going by tagging your photos #FindYourUnknown. Hope to see you out on the road!

Idyllwild, California

April 24th - April 27th, 2018

Stagecoach Music Festival

April 27th - April 30th, 2018

*Secret Spot* Death Valley National Park, California


REI Grand Opening, Chattanooga, TN

May 18th - May 20th, 2018

Escalante State Park, Utah


Great Basin National Park, Nevada


Painted Hills in Wheeler County, Oregon


Bear Valley, California

August 10th - August 12th, 2018

*Secret Spot* Sequoia National Park, California

August 16th - August 20th, 2018

Joshua Tree National Park, California

August 23rd - August 26th, 2018


Get out of the safe and the routine, the familiar and known…and leave a space for uncertainty. These words go against every piece of advice I was ever given as a kid, which is why learning to believe them was probably one of the hardest things I have ever had to do. The harsh truth is that the more room you leave for the unknown to occur, the greater chance you have find something off the beaten path, learn something new about yourself, or even find that elusive comfort zone and go beyond it.


We were never built to be sedentary, we were built to explore and seek new horizons often putting ourselves in challenging situations that make us question how we even got there. If there is one thing I have realized from a lifetime of being on the road, it’s that sometimes the greatest journeys you ever take are the internal ones.