About The Scottish Green Road Club

We are a friendly, family oriented club for Land Rover owners who are interested in relaxed off-road driving through some of Scotland’s most spectacular mountains and glens.

We call our driving days ‘Green Road Runs’ and they’re suitable for all the family with no specialist driving skills required – just care and attention!  The majority of our routes are single track with surfaces varying from good tarmac to rough forestry and farm tracks; however all are driven slowly and carefully so as not to cause any damage to the environment.

If you want to take part then you must be a club member and drive a vehicle from the Land Rover marque, and our members arrive in a wide range of vehicles from a 1949 Series 1 to the latest Discovery and Range Rover models.  Vehicles taking part on our Green Road Runs must be road legal, insured and drivers be in possession of a valid driving licence.

We aim to have at least ten Green Road Runs each year and they usually take place on a Sunday, with a 10.30am meet and drivers briefing before an 11am start and you can expect to finish around 4pm.  The details of the next run are posted on the website with a map showing the meeting post and members will also receive details in our regular e-mail newsletter.  If you want to come along and try a run before becoming a member then please let us know.

These events are always family friendly and children and dogs are welcome; however both need to be kept in sight and under control to avoid any injury or damage to property!  Due to restrictions at certain sites or times of the year it may be necessary for dogs to remain on a lead when outside your vehicle.

SGRC don’t participate in hunting, shooting or fishing and we observe The Scottish Outdoor Access Code on all our runs.  Green Road Runs are not competitive or speed events, just a fun day out for all the family.  

We strive to make our events as safe as possible for all concerned; however as with any form of motorsport there are always risks and members are ultimately responsible for the safety of themselves, their passengers and vehicle.