Overland Unlimited founded Bridge of Hope - Warrior Tour and Survival School is for veterans returning to their vocations, families and communities, by delivering unique, off-road adventures that provide Combat and deployment stress awareness and resilience training to enhance healing.


Overland Unlimited is in need of financial support for the Warrior Tours so veterans can participate without having to pay for anything. If you would like to help send a veteran on an overnight retreat “Warrior Tour” where they can to learn about how to “Find Balance” and understand how to recognize and cope with post deployment stress, please make a donation of any size via Paypal today.  Thank you.

Overland Unlimited Bridge Of Hope is an approved Public Charity under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Warrior Tour 

The Overland Unlimited Warrior Tour is a Jeep adventure, for up to 8 warriors. Participants ride in one of our Overland Unlimited’s custom supercharged Scout Jeeps on scenic  mountain and dirt roads throughout the Carolina Mountains. 

Tours run year round, routes and activities are seasonal and subject to change.

Overland Unlimited, Bridge of Hope “Warrior

Tour” provides military resilience training to active military as well veterans.  The curriculum is based on the book Finding Balance written by Pamela Woll, who is also an active Board member, in conjunction with the US Marine Corps and Navy Combat and Operational Stress Continuum Model.  The mission is to educate service members and veterans about combat and operational stress (COS) and its long term effects. Topics discussed, include resilience, the way the body works, the impact, stress chemicals, training and ways to get the stress system in balance.  The goal is to promote long term physical psychological health (PH) and well-being for service members and their families.  Participants leave the Warrior Tour with a better understanding of COS its causes, symptoms and how to optimize their stress system.