“Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and leave a trail”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson
True words to live by, right? And what could be a better companion than the Ford Endeavour! With its All-Terrain Management System, now every weekend will be a #SUVWeekend!
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The rock-strewn and scrub-covered terrain of this south-eastern region of Rajasthan give an ultimate unpaved road experience. Despite being rocky, the landscape of this region is verdant and offers great vistas along with an unusual off-roading experience. For an all-terrain vehicle suitable for this trail, Ford Endeavour’s excellent ground clearance and ramp-over angle prove to be the best in class.
Rahala Waterfalls to Chandratal Lake, Himachal Pradesh
Known for offering the best views of the Himalayas, Spiti Valley has many hidden off-roading trails. The exhilarating trail from Rahala waterfalls is one such unusual trail blended with surreal views that unfolds on the clear blue Chandratal lake. It deserves to be on one’s must-visit list! However, after driving down the most adventurous rocky route, you are required to trek for a while to finally reach the destination.
Siliguri to Tsomgo Lake, Sikkim
Northeast won’t disappoint if you want to off-road along the most scenic destinations that it has to offer. The challenging hilly terrain to Tsomgo Lake can up the excitement for any road lover to an extreme high. While it is an assured trail to offer an unforgettable experience, be sure to double check the permit and road conditions as they can be extremely dangerous, depending on the weather.
Pilibhit Tiger Reserve, Uttar Pradesh
An unstructured terrain teamed with a sighting of exotic wild animals is what a true road lover’s dreams are made of. Pilibhit Tiger Reserve has an added advantage of being able to take your vehicle and enjoy off-roading just the way you love.
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