South of Birmingham
Yeovil to cornwall incl sw
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VALLEY OFF-ROAD CENTRE!
Pay & Play open this sunday August 10th!!
Located near the top of Haldon Hill, Exeter, it is just of the A38 so easily accessible from any direction.
This is a fantastic off-road site with something for everyone from families tin disco's to fully kitted challenge trucks. There will be people on hand should anyone need help or recovering.
There is plenty of woods, side slopes, descents, axle twisters, water & mud.
Its just £25.00 per vehicle for the day including use of a pressure washer at the end of the day.
The site opens at 10am & everyone in any kind of 4x4 is welcome.
For more info & directions please pm me for contact numbers
We have been a couple of times ....
"Any body wanting to use this site needs mud tyres and a lift....and ideal for toys (ie a second 4x4 you don't use as a daily ride)"
Have they modified it a bit now then?
Don't think mine (as standard) would even make it to the "killing fields"
What have I told you about Thinking Erroll??
the last time i went John ...it was still the same ..
mud tyres are a must .....even the heavily modded LR's and disco's have issues with traction (even with all their toys ..diflocks etc,etc)
After all the rain we have had, it is probably 2 big ponds with fields at the bottom
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