At Territory Supply, our goal is to help readers embark on unforgettable travel experiences. We feature some of the best places to stay and explore in the U.S. and beyond.
Whether you’re looking for cabin rentals, glamping spots, or ideas for a weekend road trip, we can help you find your next big adventure.
We believe in the spirit of exploration: the pull of the open road, the allure of far-off mountains, and the effort it takes to get there. We’re inspired by the places, people, and stories around us, and we’re on a mission to share ’em.
Territory Supply began in 2015 after a group backpacking trip in the Grand Canyon. Founder D.T. Christensen and his brother went to work creating a lifestyle brand focused on exploring unique outdoor spaces, and the gear needed to get there. The mantra in our early days was “Go like hell,” and off we went, exploring new trails, campgrounds, cabins, and unique places to stay around the Southwest, and eventually across the country. Covering everything from epic hikes to eco-friendly glamping sites, Territory Supply put a spotlight on some of the most unique outdoor experiences around the U.S.
More than eight years later, Territory Supply inspires thousands of readers every month with new outdoor travel ideas, from long-distance road trips to the leg-busting backpacking routes that made us fall in love with nature years ago. Today, we work with talented travel writers and adventurers around the world to bring first-hand knowledge and recommendations to a diverse audience looking for unforgettable outdoor adventures.
Heather Balogh Rochfort is an award-winning freelance writer who specializes in the outdoor and adventure travel industries. For the past 15 years, she has written for publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Outside, Red Bull, CNN, Runner’s World, Sports Illustrated, and more. She is also a five-time author. Balogh Rochfort lives in the mountains of Colorado with her husband and daughter and enjoys skiing, backpacking, mountain biking, bikepacking, and adventure travel. You can find her on Instagram: @HeatherRochfort
Dustin is the founder of Territory Supply. He was born and raised in Phoenix, and fills most of his shelves with books on American West history.
He’s written for sites like Foundr, and enjoys studying marketing and entrepreneurship. When he’s not writing or reading, he likes to travel with his wife and twin daughters, a rambunctious team that makes backpacking the Grand Canyon seem easy. You can find him on Instagram.
Keith Langston is a travel and entertainment writer who is constantly torn between having adventures and playing video games. He’s written for publications like Insider, Lonely Planet, and Entertainment Weekly, among others. You can find him hiking the tea fields of Longjing, swimming beneath waterfalls in New Zealand, or eating cookies while playing Xbox. Stay in touch with him on Instagram @KeithFromOhio.
Arthur loves to walk. It’s as simple as that. Whether it be in the mountains, on the beach, or along the city streets — he believes walking is the best way to experience the world.
Thru-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail was his first backpacking foray, and he hasn’t stopped crushing miles since. Arthur and his wife now regularly travel into the wilderness of the Pacific Northwest seeking new trails to hike.
Mac grew up in the sun-drenched urban desert of Arizona, graduating from Chandler High in the class of ‘07 (Go Wolves!). He migrated up to Utah for college, and 12 years later still calls the Wasatch Mountains home.
Mac spends his days helping companies drive business through SEO, while nights and weekends are dedicated to freelance and creative writing. He’s been a member of the Territory Supply team since 2018, serving as an editor and regular contributor under the tutelage of the wise DT and Jake.
Mac enjoys exploring the countless trails that the Beehive State has to offer, though his favorite outdoor adventures involve a snowboard and fresh powder. You can follow Mac on Instagram and Twitter.
Emily Pennington is a writer, adventurer, backpacker, and comfort zone smasher. Put on her first international flight at 3 weeks old, she’s been addicted to adventure ever since.
From wandering the forests of Sweden alone at age nine, to solo trekking in the Himalayas of India, to joining the circus as a professional aerialist, Emily is a big fan of the “just get out there and do it” mentality.
Emily works as a freelance journalist based out of Los Angeles and has written for Outside Magazine, Backpacker Magazine, Adventure Journal, Mountain Life Magazine, Outdoor Project, Modern Hiker, The Outbound and many others.
Brittany is a freelance travel writer and avid photographer with a love of hiking and nature. Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, she fell in love with travel blogging after living and teaching English in South Korea. She’s now location independent and enjoys slow travel to new and exciting places.
Kristen Arendt is a creative writer and lover of the great outdoors. When she’s not playing with words or planning her next adventure, she’s most likely exploring a trail in the mountains of her home state of Colorado. She has edited and written outdoor content for several online publications and enjoys exploring issues at the intersection of recreation, stewardship, compassion, and care-taking in the West and the wider world. Follow her on Instagram.
Sarah is an ecologist-turned-freelance writer specializing in the ecotourism and slow/sustainable travel industry. Her bylines include The Denver Post, 5280 magazine, VeryWellFamily, Matador Network, and was an expert on NPR’s The Takeaway for her work on the wildfires in Colorado. Her first book, Hiking with Kids New England, will be out in May 2023 – Follow along on her adventures at her website.