Technical

  • Green Laning – is a leisure pursuit, generally suitable for any four-wheel-drive vehicle, even those without modifications or additional equipment. The TERM Green Lane refers to the fact that the routes are predominantly along unsurfced tracks, forest tracks, or older roadways that may have fallen into disuse.
  • Mudding – is the off-roading through an area of wet mud or clay. The goal is to drive through as far as possible without becoming stuck. There are many types of tires that are recommended for this activity. Some tires are balloon tires, mud-terrain and paddle tires.
  • Rock Crawling – Vehicles used for rock crawling are usually modified with fifferent tires and suspension components that allow greater axle articulation, and changes in the differential gear ratio in order to obtain characteristics suitable for low speed operation for traversing obstacles. It is common for a rock crawler to have a ‘spotter”, who is an assistant on foot by the vehicle to provide information to the driver about the areas out of sight to the driver.
  • Sand & Water – This is how to:
    • Identify danger areas
    • Identify safe route to take
    • Correct approach
    • How to Recover a vehicle if needed
  • Dirt Obsticles – this is how to:
    • Identify danger areas
    • Identify safe route to take
    • Correct approach
    • How to Recover a vehicle if needed
    • This route is on the river bank
  • Camping & Fishing – This is how to:
    • Basic setting up of the campsite
    • Planning your campsite
    • What to pack for a camping trip
    • Identify different fish species
    • Conventional fishing
    • Specimen fishing
  • Enviroment – You will learn:
    • Tree’s in the area
    • Star Gazing
    • Vredefort Dome history
    • Care and protect the eviroment
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