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Why not experience the excitement of driving a 4 x 4 or quad bike on our technical, off-road course in woodland close to Winton Castle near Edinburgh? And we’ve recently bought 6 new quad bikes.
4 x 4 driving and quad biking are just two of the exciting outdoor activities you can do at Winton.
The demanding terrain will test your driving skills on its steep, slippery slopes, through water and over piles of logs, all under the guidance of an experienced instructor.
Winton’s purpose-built off-road 4 x 4 course was originally designed for the UK launch of the Jeep Renegade so is ideal for new car launches. Watch the new Jeep Renegade being tested:
Winton’s off-road course has recently been comprehensively upgraded with new challenges, including ramps, rollers to test drive systems, ditches to cross, axle-twisters, winch challenges and a range of mud and gravel terrains to traverse.
Large numbers of visitors can be catered for with 3 or 4 vehicles, and by including other Winton activities.
Our BORDA (British Off Road Driving Association) qualified instructor, Hugh Roberts, also trains several Mountain Rescue teams at Winton!
Hugh of Far by Four can tailor any course or driving experience to suit the requirements of an individual or a group, ensuring you get the most out of your time at Winton Castle.
The iconic Land Rover Defender is very much at home around the off road track as well as the latest generation, extremely capable Mitsubishi L200 pick up.
“Both Brian and Rhona have completed a number of the off-road driving courses at various locations and thought the new venue, Winton Castle, was perfect with a great mixture of varied terrain to practice on. (I think Rhona also really enjoyed driving past the wedding that was taking place!)” (Grant Far by Four)
We can offer vehicle familiarization or try-before-you-buy driving experiences to demonstrate how the vehicle works and how to get the best from it.
Does the thought of threading a two-seat, competition-based, V8 Land Rover along some gnarly tracks appeal to you?