4×4 Advanced: For The Ambitious Beginner Or Those With Some Off-Road Experience.

Ideal for those who want to discover recreational off-roading to its full potential. This 4×4 experience starts with our Introductory course in the morning & continues after lunch allowing drivers to progress further, learning more advanced techniques.  NB: Full driving license required.  Our maximum ratio on our standard Advanced course is 3:1 –  If there is less than a 3:1 ratio, you may finish the course a little earlier.

NB: We Also Offer 1:1 Advanced Courses.

A 1:1 intensive day with exclusive use of one of our vehicles with your own instructor; this course is tailored to individuals ability.  It is ideal for anyone wanting to fully understand the techniques & skills required when negotiating challenging off-road terrain.  If you are considering an overland trip, green-lane tours or entering off-road trial competitions, then this course is the perfect preparation.  A good level of fitness is recommended. Only Available On Weekdays.  2:1 option also available.


The Screamer or Oblivion !

The experience & knowledge gained during the morning allows novice off-road drivers to book this full-day. After lunch you’ll tackle more challenging terrain & the instructors will also encourage you to make more of the route/gear choices. The obstacles will test the vehicle limits & your off road ability. This will include failed ascent procedures, negotiating cross ruts, steeper inclines & declines, side slopes & weather permitting – water.

The course will give you the ability to drive 4×4 vehicles off road safely & confidently. You’ll finish up on some of our black runs such as ‘The Gully’, ‘Screamer’ and ‘Oblivion’.

The 1:1 full-day course allow for a tailored off-road experience & is based on individuals ability where drivers may be able to tackle our steepest banks.

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A 2:1 experience can also be booked.
For more information please email:   or call 01594 834666
Course Prices

90 Descent


Descending; low range, low gear….however, on slippery terrain there’s always a risk of sliding.  Did you know, if the vehicle starts to lose traction & slides on a steep decline, gentle acceleration can give you back control.


Muddy Ruts

Don’t get stuck in a rut !  Avoid if possible & if not then try to straddle a rut or pack to lessen the depth of rutted ground to increase ground clearance therefore avoid contact or damage to the underneath of the vehicle.

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Cross Axle

Loss of traction due to crossed axles, how to avoid them & how to get out of them. Understand what a differential is & why it can be locked on some 4wd’s. There’s no traction control on our vehicles, so think about your route rather than relying on the electronics.