2-Day Overland Fundamentals
Saturday, Apr 17 – Sunday Apr 18, 2021
Priced per vehicle:
Driver Only: $575
Driver + All Occupants: $850
Learning, Adventure & Fun – This 2-day class offers professional training for off road driving, basic vehicle recovery & troubleshooting, vehicle outfitting, cooking and additional topics for self-reliant travel. It includes modules from our Intro to Off Road Driving, Getting Unstuck, Vehicle Confidence and Practical First Aid classes in addition to Overland specific content. This course will give you a solid foundation for Overland travel along with useful skills. Onsite camping is available.
Virtual Class: 1 hour. Watch an Intro to Off Road Driving pre-recorded online presentation prior to onsite instruction.
Day 1: 12pm-1:30pm arrival: Bring your lunch, set up your tent & get settled in; 2pm: Driving instruction & trail ride; 4:30pm Overland topics + cooking workshop; 7pm evening campfire gathering.
Day 2: 7:30am: Coffee & site breakdown; 9:30am Vehicle recovery basics workshop & spotting technique @obstacle course; 12pm Overland topics; 1:30pm: Goodbyes & safe travels.
Who: This class is an excellent choice for anyone wishing to learn about basic off road driving, Overland travel and related equipment. This class is for people with off road driving and camping experience levels ranging from none up to intermediate level.
Driving Topics: This two-day class includes our Intro to Off Road Driving class along with spotting technique and basic vehicle recovery skills with focus on off-road driving safety. Students drive on our obstacle courses and navigate our 75-acre trail network with instructors and guides walking by their side. There are plenty of natural terrain obstacles used as lesson stops along the way.
Overland Topics: Students will learn about different equipment set-ups including vehicle mounted tent systems, off-road tow-trailers, cooking systems and off-grid power options. Additional related modules may be included throughout the season including first-aid basics, driving with a trailer and land navigation.
Lodging: Optional onsite overnight primitive camping is available at no additional cost (bring your own tent & gear), or check out our local lodging suggestions page (coming soon) to help plan your overnight accomodations.
Vehicle Requirements: Bring your stock (unmodified) or modified 4 wheel drive vehicle with 4-low. Vehicle must be street legal, registered, insured and drivers must have a valid license.
Vehicle Rentals: Rent a NORA trail rig for the class; contact us to confirm availability before registering. Two day discounted rentals are $175 for a Jeep Grand Cherokee WJ or Cherokee XJ, $275 for a Jeep Wrangler TJ or JK.
Hunter Day Tour Add-On: Take a 2-day Overland Fundamentals class and add on a Hunter Mountain Day Tour for $325 ($25 discount). Select from the drop down dates below and choose your tour date. Please provide your own vehicle, we don’t offer rentals at Hunter.
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Cancellation Policy: You may cancel up to the day of the class (you must notify us by phone or email) and receive a full credit for another class or NORA activity for up to 12 months. Credit only, no refunds.
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Overland Fundamentals 2 day w/overnight