Another very successful Wild Wales Trip. Looking at ways to expand this going forward….

And remember, no greenlanes were hurt on this trip , almost the action takes place on private land. Cant say the same for the Land rovers, but at least they all drove home…

First Muddy Mayhem

Then Forest Frenzy



All the action from our latest adventure this autumn.

I think the river crossing in the north Pennines was the highlight of the year. It was new to me and a stunningly beautiful…

New trips for 2023 coming soon….


Fantastic Camping trip in the north Pennines and Northumbria. Definitely be back in 2023


A great private trip mixing up the best of the Mid Wales and Welsh Marches Trips around Builth Wells and Rhayader

Newly reopened Whitestones on the North Wales trip. This has been closed by a mad farmer since lockdown, but great to be back. The lane is better than ever…

Always a firm favourite, the Cotswolds trip is very scratchy in places but also a lot fun…

Classic Mid Wales Tour including Strata Florida and Brechfa Forest

A great day out in Mid Wales with a new Toyota Land Cruiser. The trip included the Lake Brianne, Strata Florida, Nant-y-Arran plus the Clearwen Reservoir Link road and Dam, finishing in the Elan Valley near Rhayader

Great weekend trip in North Wales. Shame we had to miss out Happy Valley due to a voluntary closure but think we made up for it in the Dyfnant Forest. Picture from White Stone, Wayfarer, Corwen Carwash, Coed-y-brenin and Dyfnant Forest.


Finding amazing new routes in Mid Wales.

Had a fantastic weekend exploring some of the wilder parts of Mid Wales. More research for new routes for 4X4 Adventure Tours to ensure we deliver a great green laning trip.

The plan for Saturday was to start at Welshpool and head west towards the coast taking in the southern area of the Snowdonia National Park.

The route was a real mixture of farmland, forest and high mountain passes and some great fords.

With a stop over for Saturday night in Llanwrtyd Wells, 2009 winner of the the best village in Wales. We were greeted at the Neuadd Arms by the rather bizarre sight of the local Monster Raving Looney party annual knees up. However this sort of think should not be a surprises in the headquarters of world bog snorkelling championship.

Following a slightly more boisterous night than originally planned a fine Welsh breakfast set us well on the road to recovery, and a rather chilly wade into a big ford to check the depth on the first lane of the day, completed the process.

Another animal rescue situation arose when we spotted a pony stranded in a ditch in a field beside one of the lanes. Deciding we would cause more distress attempting to help the animal, we continued on our way and reported the situation at the first opportunity.

The rest of the route followed a series of big lanes heading south to our final destination in Brechfa forest. The lanes in the forest are about as good as they gets with steep rocky climbs, muddy sections through the trees and big puddles – everything a really great greenlane experience should be about.

All in all a great weekend. You’ll love this trip if you’re looking for a more challenging drive, however its suitable for all levels and vehicles.