EXPLORE WALES AND THE COTSWOLDS
SCENIC DRIVING ROUTES
These Ride and Drive routes have been designed to showcase Range Rover Sport’s broad range of capabilities, on road and off-road. You may wish to follow your own route, but to make finding each location easy we have added coordinates to the descriptions below. You can plan your drive simply by putting them into your Sat Nav or by copying and pasting them into your navigation app.
Eastnor Castle is a 19th century castle located two miles from the town of Ledbury in Herefordshire. Its grounds are home to the Land Rover Experience 4x4 facility, where guests of all driving abilities can enjoy the latest models, learn about off-road driving and put their skills to the test over a variety of terrain and obstacles.
Built in 1893, Caban Coch is one of the Elan Valley reservoirs which supply drinking water to Birmingham via the 73 mile long Elan Valley Aqueduct. Situated next door to the dam, the Elan Valley Visitor Centre is an impressive place to stop for lunch or a snack while driving through South Wales.
The Brecon Beacons National Park is a fantastic location for dramatic scenery and rugged off-road driving in your Range Rover Sport. Visitors can easily find their own way around, but an excellent route through the heart of the mountain range is between Sennybridge and Skenfrith.
Visitors will find many superb driving routes through the Cotswold Hills with plenty of open winding roads and small country villages to explore - engage Sport mode for an even more dynamic drive. One recommendation is a loop around Cheltenham, Tewkesbury, Moreton-in-Marsh, Burford and Cirencester - a very impressive two-hour drive and ideal for enjoying Range Rover Sport’s impressive on road capability.
At the heart of a traditional, family-run estate covering 4,500 acres of rolling Cotswold countryside stands a 200-year-old Mughal Indian palace. Set in a romantic landscape of temples, grottoes, waterfalls and canals, it is reminiscent of the Taj Mahal.