From there, you're better off heading east towards Salisbury Plain. A huge selection to choose from, just ensure you abide by local and MOD bylaws.Front Runner Rack, OEM Ladder & RAI, Tuff-Trek Foxwing, B'rakhah Ingonyama Expedition Trailer, RLD's Spare Wheel Protector, Bodsy's Bars, Empty Pockets! Member of Gloucestershire & Worcestershire 4x4 Response.
Had my D3 for only a week but absolutely loving it.
I've aimed it at all puddles and muddy verges I can find while driving it for general use but I'm keen to have a go at my first but of laning.
Can anyone recommend where to hear in the South Gloucestershire area to start?
From the state of my motor, and the amount of mud there, the old gloucester road from hambrook to tytherington is a good start.
Only joking, it's metalled all the way, but my D3 ends up plastered after a few days this time of year!Alex Threlfall (Nanocom Evolution Owner)
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22nd Jan 2018 10:58 pm
Member Since: 24 Jan 2010
Location: Forest of Dean
Fosseway from Bath ish area to Kemble airfield is a good gentle starter. Some nice fords, a few muddy bits but mainly hard track. Still a nice drive though.2006 SE Auto Java Black 2016-??
Discovery 2 TD5 2011-still gong strong
+1 for the Fosseway from Kemble to Tormarton. Some sections not available but a decent hard trail with a nice ford at Brokenbrough. As with most lanes, check conditions before heading out. The current wet weather means they are likely to get cut up too much. If in doubt then wait until drier conditions as it will benefit us all in the long run.Tony
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