Off-roading at the home of Land Rover

If you're going to do an off-road course, why not do it at the birthplace of Britain's favourite off-roader?

In 1961, Land Rover first chose the 5000 acre Eastnor Castle Estate near Ledbury in Herefordshire to test and assess the off-road abilities of their vehicles. After 50 years, Eastnor continues to play a pivotal role in the research and development of Land Rover's off road performance.

Whether driving in mud, ruts, sand, over rocks or grass, taking on hill decent, climbs or even wading, the Eastnor estate provides the ultimate test for all these conditions and as well as being an off-road learning centre for the emergency services, explorers and, more recently, the general public.

Book a course to hone your off-road driving skills with tuition from a team of highly qualified Land Rover Experience instructors, pick your favourite Land Rover model and head out for a day of off-roading. Half-day courses start from 225 per person and for just a few quid more you can bring a passenger along and scare the bejesus out of them!

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