The nine obstacles of this track, designed for off-road vehicles will prepare everyone for real life situations off the road. These nine obstacles are the following:
steep climb and slope
25 degree side slanting bank
35 degree left slant
40 degree climb
On the steep climb and the following sudden slope we examine the advantages of dual range transmission.
On the 25° side slanting bank we leave behind our worries and get familiar with the limits of stability before the vehicle topples.
At the small canyon we descend into a stream bed, from where we emerge after learning how to use the differential lock.
35° slide slant, where instead of right, we make the vehicle slant left side.
Water ditch with 50 cm deep water, to practice the technique of crossing a stream.
On the 2,5 m high ramp we practice crossing a log bridge.
On the kerbs we try to find the right solution when driving on rocks.
On the obstacle called opposing wave, we analyse the importance of the differential lock, and examine differences of bogies.
On the 90% climb we practice the technique of driving uphill.