Summer Overland Training – Friday, June 14th to Sunday, June 16th, 2019 – NMBR's rugged, remote, and immersive skill building experience
Overview: New Mexico’s Gila Region – Black Range & Continental Divide // Friday, June 14th through Sunday, June 16th // 3 Days & 2 Nights // Approximate training route distance: 125-Miles // Approximate training route elevation range: 4,250 to 7,875-Feet // Visit NMBR’s Gila Overland photo gallery to preview the terrain and landscapes that will captivate the Overland Training experience LINK - goo.gl/UsrcF6
Overland Overview: Gearing up and kit assembly; What to take into the field (4WD/Overland specific with tool, equipment, provision, and kits overview); Provision and supply conservation; Safety; Vehicle based-camp tips and tricks; Assigning purpose to every mile of the journey (from planning to post-trip)
Vehicle Care and Preservation: Preventative maintenance, vehicle check-ups, and careful driving techniques to help ensure the conservation of vehicle, equipment, and resource (failure and damage avoidance)
Traversing Challenging Terrain/Conditions: Safe, environmentally responsible, and effective terrain negotiation (driving techniques for a variety of off-pavement situations)
Basic Field Vehicle Repair and Issue Resolution: The basics for addressing vehicle issues far from the beaten path utilizing the available resources
Vehicle Recovery & Lifting: Utilizing safe and effective means of vehicle recovery utilizing the proper recovery equipment (non-winching applications for vehicles without winches); Utilizing safe and effective means of lifting vehicles for recovery/repairs
NMBR also provides in-field private four-wheel drive and overland training programs for those individuals, groups, agencies, and companies seeking specific dates and unique preferences/needs. Contact NMBR for details.