The “Great Outdoors” has become something we drive to rather than being in from the start. For many, it involves a long car ride and implies great distance. However, it also symbolizes “Great Adventure”. In the rush rush of today’s life we are often speeding to make the 8AM Monday meeting, instead of taking our time as we step out the door. The “Great Outdoors” or “Great Adventure” can be much closer than you thought. In fact, right in our own backyards. This blog aimed to follow the journey of two friends: Liam and Jake on their adventure from the front doors of their hometown Jasper, Alberta, Canada, along the Great and Continental Divide Trail to Mexico. They aimed to test the limit and meaning of the saying “Right on our Doorstep”, in their attempts to find the end of their own backyards. Simply, we all have doorsteps. Therefore, we are all capable of having a DoorStep Adventure.