I use low ratio to pull the caravan out of the garden and live in a lane that isn't made-up. Does this count ?
The forestry commission used to run an off road tour over part of Cannock Chase once a month for moderate off roading experience. (There are also the more extreme events for those who don't mind doing the repairs afterwards).
September 6th - I'll be towing my caravan through the Alps, but could be interested in other dates. My own insurance does not cover "off road" use (ha ha - considering it's a 4x4 !) so would be looking to take out some additional cover. - any ideas from members ?
I have a Fourtrak I use for offroading and knowing what happens there is NO WAY the Treg is going to a "Pay N Play" site or Green Laning. The most offroad it will do is towing a horse trailer in and out of a field and maybe some snow action if we have a bad winter.
I went to watch a local off road clubs RTV a while back that was held in a quarry and whilst I didn't take part in the event itself, following the action around the site involved off roading including a couple of rather steep climbs up a loose gravel track. And all on standard road tires. Car never missed a beat
I do a bit of light off roading in the Treg in work but that's mostly driving across playing fields and forest tracks.
Don't know if this counts, but I live off road. 3 miles of unpaved gravel up a mountain and a 30 degree driveway. Winter by -60F and summer by 85F. If I get stuck I have my siberian huskies. I also pull a 7,200 pound trailer to go fishing.