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Sites

Callander Farm, Crieff
A Smaller site located in mature woodland. Plenty of challenging areas and a small mud hole at the bottom of the site. Plenty areas for “shinies”. A good site to spend a day out, and great views as well.

Newton Hill Country Sports (map)
This is a specially designed and laid out site which provides varying terrain from steep ascents/descents, muddy/bog areas deep water wading etc. This site has been used in the past by various companies for driver training, an excellent site to spend a day out.

Glentarkie (map)
Another specially designed and laid out site which provides varying terrain from steep ascents/descents muddy/bog areas deep water wading etc. This site has been used in the past by various companies for driver training, an excellent site to spend a day out, don’t forget to try out the see-saw. www.scotoffroad.co.uk

Carmylie Quarry (map)
This site is a disused slate quarry, plenty of good areas for “shinies” [newish vehicles or those that are relied on as every day transport by the owner], and lots of extreme offroading opportunities for the more experienced drivers among us. A good all round site.

Hillfoot Farm, Kinrossie (map)
Another good site, this is basically one big steepish hill with bog areas all around the bottom of the hill. Again this site is ok for shinies. There are steep climbs on grass, gorse and whins away from the very bottom of the hill and plenty of scope for driving at the top of the hill. If you decide to venture into the bog areas, make sure you are running on mud terrains or some other aggressive, open tread pattern and make sure you have strong recovery points back and front.

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