Sometimes the best adventures are ad hoc: You round up your crew, throw your stuff in a duffel, and hit the road. Those trips are usually memorable, but often for the wrong reasons: One guy gets stuck acting as cruise director, another forgets key gear, and you all get completely lost. Cue the buddy-trip fixer. “Guys are generally reluctant to let others plan for them,” says personal trainer Joshua Landis, who founded Aspen and Maui Man Camps after recognizing that men could use help structuring their vacations. “But when they see my itinerary, they realize they couldn’t put a trip like this together easily.” This spring let someone else do the work — while you focus on the action.