They say you can tell a lot about a man by the car he drives, but if that car is a van, he's probably either handling your packages, or giving you candy so you'll handle his. For a van that says you own nature, check out the Vancat.
Like a monster truck for the snow, VC's the ungodly offspring of a cargo van and an all-mountain snowcat, reticently being sold off by a backcountry Idaho ski outfit forced to downsize due to a nearby "potential wolverine denning habitat", though it likely can't go for Miles. Rocking the body of an '80s-era Dodge Ram and retrofitted with a rebuilt Ford V8, the rig's super tall chassis comes from Thiokol, a concern known for making rocket boosters; solid foam tires power two extra-wide aluminum tracks (sourced from Germany), all controlled from a cockpit-style driver's seat, which authentically rocks an old-school tuner for FM, a good choice, as nothing's better for plowing through snow than a Steely Van. Luggage & equipment get loaded into external cages, with night time activity illuminated by a half-dozen industrial headlights, while the cabin has seating for 16, a vaulted, windowed canopy, loads o' cupholders, and suicide doors, as if your life weren't already at risk just being in this thing in the first place.
If you're looking for additional pow power, they're also liquidating snowcats, trucks, and even a massive, Mongolian-style tent, though even if you don't buy, if the guy in the van asks you to check out his tent you'll still be entering a world of yurt.