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EPIC ROUTES ACROSS THE WEST

Get in the car and head west! Explore the iconic, all-American cities and small towns that house Overland's 17 unique stores.

Great Lakes & Great Plains

Dubbed the Newport of the West in the 1800s, this scenic resort town in southeastern Wisconsin has since earned the added distinction of "best small town for adventure" by USA Today.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Beach buffs: grab your swimsuit and hit one of the many beaches along the seven-mile-long Geneva Lake. Choose from local hotspots like Riviera Beach or more off-the-beaten-path treasures like Big Foot Beach State Park. Whatever your aquatic interests, Lake Geneva has you covered, from swimming and sailing to paddle boating and yachting.

This eclectic little town (population 10,000) has a LOT of culture and creativity. It's also home to our headquarters.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Browse the Town Square, where you'll find invitingly cozy cafes, charming shops, and ethnic eats aplenty. If your visit falls on a Wednesday or Saturday from May through October, head to Howard Park and stock up on fresh flowers, produce, and baked goods at the Fairfield Farmers Market.

Known as the Gateway to the West, this Nebraska river city might surprise you with its vibrant cultural scene, epicurean eateries, Great Plains beauty, and rich history.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Listen to the musicians play on the cobblestone streets of the Old Market as you wander in and out of the many boutiques, galleries, pubs, cafes–and, of course, the Overland store! Explore local history hotspots, or stroll along the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, a stunning, 3,000-foot long walkway stretching across the Missouri River.

Southwest

Welcome to the City of Cowboys and Culture, where the American West begins. There's plenty to do in Fort Worth, from championship rodeos to museum hopping.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Step back in time at the Stockyards National Historic District. Take in a rodeo or a concert, and explore the wooden corrals where outlaws, cattlemen, and cowboys once roamed. Have an amble on the Trinity Trails, which wind throughout the city, and stop at interesting spots along the way. Witness spectacular contemporary works at the Modern Art Museum, or explore the old masters at the bright, airy Kimbell Art Museum.

With an elevation of 7,199 feet and 320 sunny days per year, Santa Fe blends Hispanic, Native American, and Anglo cultures in its rich cuisine, colorful art, and earthy architecture.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Find us in the heart of the Historic Santa Fe Plaza, and stock up on iconic Western wear. Wind your way through the quaint streets, bookstores, and boutiques before heading to the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum to explore the life and legacy of this pioneering American artist. Visit the nearby Loretto Chapel, a tiny Gothic church with a mysterious, legendary spiral.

Steeped in history, culture, and classic Southwestern charm, Taos makes an excellent getaway all year round. At 7,000 feet above sea level, this magical little mountain town (population 6,000) is big on personality. It's also where we opened the very first Overland Sheepskin Store, back in 1973.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Start your stay at the colorful Historic Taos Plaza and explore shops and eateries housed in centuries-old mercantile stores. Head north of the village and find the Overland Sheepskin store on Paseo Del Pueblo Norte. From there, the Taos Pueblo–a UNESCO World Heritage Site–is just a ten-minute drive away. At the awe-inspiring Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument, hiking and horseback riding adventures await. Don't miss the historic San Fransisco de Asis Church and the stunning Rio Grande Gorge Bridge.

Rockies

Nothing captures Rocky Mountain living like the town of Durango. At 6,500 feet above sea level with a diverse and dramatic landscape, Durango offers unlimited exploration opportunities.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Visit us in the historic downtown, then hop aboard the iconic Durango to Silverton train for a breathtaking, must-see ride. Hike through alpine fields of wildflowers in the San Juan Mountains, or go rafting on the Animas River and take in the stunning red sandstone bluffs. Retrace the Ancestral Pueblo people's footsteps in the ancient cliff dwellings of nearby Mesa Verde National Park. Just a short drive from town, you'll also find the iconic Four Corners Monument at the junction of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado.

Aspen has long been considered one of the top ski destinations in the United States. This Rocky Mountain city at 8,000 feet offers much more with its high alpine climate making it an incredible locale for year-round activities.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

A trip to Aspen isn’t complete without visiting the picturesque Maroon Bells. These twin peaks rising more than 14,000 feet are the perfect spot to hike, picnic, and breathe in the wild, fresh air. For a culture fix, take in an exhibition of contemporary works at the Aspen Art Museum. After shopping at the Overland store, grab a bite and a craft beer at one of Aspen’s exclusive restaurants or breweries, then explore the downtown area’s many galleries. Later, take a drive along Independence Pass, a 20-mile-long drive along the Continental Divide—and one of the highest scenic roads in North America at 12,000 feet—for breathtaking views of forests and cliffs alike.

This ruggedly beautiful gem sits at an elevation of 8,700 feet. Formerly a mining town, it's rich in history, culture, and majestic scenery.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Telluride is famous for its world-class ski slopes, but there's plenty of summer fun, too. Nestled in the San Juan Mountains at 9,500 feet, Mountain Village beckons with cobblestone streets lined with shops and restaurants. If the open road calls, hit the iconic San Juan Skyway, the "road to the sky." Wind through mountain towns, national forests, and breathtaking views of the San Juan Mountains.

The mile-high city features majestic views, a vibrant cultural scene, and sunshine all year round, making Denver one of the world's most spectacular playgrounds.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Get out your walking shoes, or rent a bicycle from the city's pioneering bike-sharing system. Denver has more than 200 parks within its city limits, and many are connected by paved bike trails. Just outside town, you'll find 14,000 acres of parks to explore in the Rocky Mountain foothills, from the famed Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre to Buffalo Bill's Grave atop Lookout Mountain.

An up-for-anything kind of town, Breckenridge offers the best of world-class outdoor activities, culture, and culinary adventures.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Hit the Bald Mountain Trail and prepare to have your breath stolen as you take in 360-degree views from the 13er (Mount Baldy exceeds 13,000 feet). Ride the BreckConnect Gondola up a 400-foot vertical rise and keep your eyes peeled to spot moose, elk, deer, and mountain lions down in the Cucumber Gulch Wildlife Preserve. Make your way back to town to stock up on goods while exploring this historic town's Gold Rush museums, delectable restaurants, and one-of-a-kind shops.

Nestled in the Western ridge of the Continental Divide in northern Colorado, Steamboat Springs owes its name to the area's many idyllic mineral springs.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Lace up your sneakers and follow the meandering, paved Yampa River Core Trail through town while enjoying stops along the way. Explore the Historic Downtown District's many shops and galleries, including the Steamboat Art Museum. For a more uncultivated outdoors experience, a short hike to the base of Fish Creek Falls yields stunning views of the iconic 280-foot waterfall. At the end of the day, unwind in one of Steamboat's many relaxing hot springs.

Renowned for the iconic Sundance Film Festival, Park City is a warm-weather mecca for hiking, biking, hot air balloons rides, and outdoor fun.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Meander through the town's bustling Main Historic District by foot, or take the Main Street Trolley, and explore boutiques backdropped by Park City Mountain. Take a backcountry drive on the Guardsman Pass Scenic Backway and see the majestic views in all directions at the summit. Next on the agenda: saddle up! Guided horseback tours in the area range from easy to challenging.

Nestled in a valley beside two majestic national parks, Yellowstone and Grand Teton, Jackson Hole is one of America's prime destinations for alpine vistas.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Marvel at the iconic elk-antler arches that frame the Jackson Town Square, and pick up a cowboy hat at the Overland store to wear while you take in the Teton Mountains via horseback riding tour. Find your mountain legs with a hike in breathtaking Teton National Park, or at the south edge of the park, glide skyward 4,139 vertical feed to Rendezvous Peak in just 12 minutes on the Aerial Tram (a.k.a. "Big Red"). After a good night's sleep, turn your sights northeast and head to Yellowstone National Park–the world's first national park.

This scenic and (yes!) sunny spot has a little something for everyone.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Start out strong: ride the Roundhouse Gondola up Bald Mountain and drink in panoramic views of Pioneer and Boulder Mountains. Surefooted hikers can opt to climb the Bald Mountain Trail instead, covering 3,330 feet in five miles. Pay a visit to the Ernest Hemingway Memorial, tucked away on a trail overlooking Trail Creek; the American novelist and avid outdoors enthusiast did a lot of writing here. Golfing, fly fishing, and mountain biking are also on tap.

Wine Country

While widely known for its romantic vineyards, the town of Napa has an urban allure all its own.

WHAT TO DO & SEE

Spend the day exploring the many wineries that have made this region internationally famous. For a different perspective, take to the skies in a hot air balloon ride followed by brunch with bubbly. Have a picnic on the banks with delectables from the Oxbow Public Market or enjoy some farm-to-table dining. Take a tour of Historic Downtown Napa, with enchanting architecture dating back to the late 1800s, and pick up some tickets for the Napa Valley Opera House.

In 1973, the open road led my brother, Jim Leahy, to Taos, New Mexico, with a bale of sheepskins, a sewing machine, and a notion that if you gave your all, the rest would take care of itself. Fresh out of high school, the young entrepreneur created beautiful, high-quality sheepskin coats, hats, mittens, and slippers, meticulously cutting and stitching everything by hand.


Today—more than 45 years, 16 new stores, and one thriving internet business later–you'll find the same level of artistry in everything Overland offers. From our premium sheepskin coats, rugs, and slippers to our designer leather jackets, each of our 1,000-plus styles of apparel and home accents bears the Overland stamp of excellence. And even as we've grown into a national brand, we've maintained the same commitment to craftsmanship, exceptional service, and our small family shop atmosphere.


You never know where the open road will take you.

Roger Leahy, Co-Owner

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