First time off road?

There are many four wheel drive vehicles on the market now, as they are extremely useful multi purpose vehicles. Many of them have never been off a surfaced road, often because there is not the opportunity, and partly because of the worry of something going wrong, or getting into difficulties, especially if you are trying it alone.

Nearly all modern 4x4 vehicles are competent performers off-road, and when you feel confident driving on the lanes and tracks, you will be able to thoroughly enjoy your vehicle.

For those of you who would like to try greenlaning we offer short break tours throughout the whole year, where we will tell you about the basics of four wheel driving, especially the safety aspects, and how to avoid getting into trouble. Then we will take you on a tour of some of the beautiful lanes in this area, which are easy to drive in a standard 4x4, such as a Freelander, Rav4 or Grand Vitara on standard road tyres.

Our Northern weekend tours are ideal for combining an introduction to greenlaning with a weekend in France. It can also form part of your holiday, perhaps spending some time greenlaning with us in Northern France on the way to your holiday destination.

We have many new and nearly new 4x4s on our tours, and as the lanes are non damaging. In winter the lanes are often muddy but you risk nothing more than the possible odd bramble scratch (you could get worse in a supermarket car park at home), this is the ideal place to try greenlaning.

We have had new Discoveries, Range Rovers and Toyotas, and all have gone home happy, and with greatly increased confidence in both their own driving abilities.

We will be happy to answer any questions you may want to ask about greenlaning, or about any possible concerns you may have.
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