Using a map to plan the Eastnor Explorer route

EXPLORE MORE CHALLENGING TERRAIN

REFINE YOUR OFF-ROAD DRIVING TECHNIQUES.

EASTNOR EXPLORER

Re-ignite the explorer in you on the world's most historic and challenging Land Rover tracks and trails, steeped in history for every Land Rover ever made, right up to the present day models.

Eastnor Explorer is guaranteed to excite all the senses. Booked as 3 consecutive days or taken throughout the year, this expedition begins with the basics in off road driving techniques, progressively building up your confidence and ability at each part of the journey.

During the expedition each driver will tackle challenging terrain, set up camp and learn bush craft survival techniques, plan routes, clear tracks and forge a path through the unknown. All whilst enjoying time in the great outdoors. The journey culminates on day 3, where our intrepid explorers compete the final leg of the journey with a ravine crossing, simulating what early Land Explorers would have done to complete their epic adventures around unchartered wildernesses.

Each expedition day comes with its own adventures, building your skills and confidence to progress to the next.

Enjoy the vehicle and drive time to yourself or invite up to two of your closest friends to come along and share the memories of the day with you.

Price: £ 599 per expedition day (Additional drivers included, max 3 drivers per vehicle)
Duration: 7 hours per expedition day

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The Eastnor Explorer experience

Your Experience Includes:


  • - Day One of the Journey – Delivered in a vehicle of your preference: Driving techniques, deep water, rutted tracks, articulations and seemingly impassable tracks

  • - Day Two of the Journey – Taking the drive to the next level and an introduction into rope work and bridge building

  • - Day Three of the Journey – Bring together the skills of the previous adventures – culminating in a bridge crossing in the deepest part of the Eastnor Estate, on tracks seldom seen by even the most adventurous.